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Vladimir Putin

What Personality Type is Vladimir Putin?


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Kanra Jest

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ISTJ was the vibe I got right away from him. I see no reason to change it even upon further observation. Thus...

ISTJ. Unsure about his tritype but he's definitely a 6 of some sort.
 

Mr Kovacs

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I get the feeling vibe with him. If you check the young Putin pics. Also, he somehow really pushes the feelings with his jokes, crossing that border. He also seems like very intuitive strategists. NiFe. So I voted INFJ
 

rav3n

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An unhealthy ISTP in a Ti-Ni loop. A paranoid cherry picker who's convinced he's right and will assert his subjective logical framework at any expense to everyone else.
 

Norexan

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INTJ 1w9

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Mr Kovacs

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An unhealthy ISTP in a Ti-Ni loop. A paranoid cherry picker who's convinced he's right and will assert his subjective logical framework at any expense to everyone else.

Find this pretty superficial. You don't understand, obviously, the cultural context of Russia and what means to cater to the Feeling side of Russian patriotism. Asserting the father figure logical framework is actually pretty expected and not at all subjective logic!
 

rav3n

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Find this pretty superficial. You don't understand, obviously, the cultural context of Russia and what means to cater to the Feeling side of Russian patriotism. Asserting the father figure logical framework is actually pretty expected and not at all subjective logic!
Are you Russian?

Not only that but you presumed that it was a superficial analytic, premised on the presumption that I was talking about his political persona, rather than an analytic of the corrupt man himself.
 

Mr Kovacs

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Are you Russian?

Not only that but you presumed that it was a superficial analytic, premised on the presumption that I was talking about his political persona, rather than an analytic of the corrupt man himself.

Well you do sound passionate about criticizing his morals and made a general statement that can fit the whole class of presidents. You say " A paranoid cherry picker who's convinced he's right"... like there is a totalitarian ruler that doesn't seem like that? Even in the second post you had to add "corrupt" which is also strange remark. I mean he is in power! He does not have to be corrupted unlike his subordinates. I know enough about Russia and the sentiment. He combines well European and Asian part of Russian mentality, together with the 20th century socialist culture.

You can call him paranoid, but staying in power for so long after Yeltsin fucked up the system is something he would never be able to do if he didn't show "paranoia" like behavior. Also, once your dictatorship pass a certain point (you make a lot of enemies) you are bound to either stay in power for life or be assassinated and humiliated. Ergo, for him leaving power is not an option.

I reacted, because the comment seemed pretentious and emotionally charged, while expressing primarily general characteristics of any totalitarian ruler.

Finally, if you really want to go for paranoia card. Check another INFJ Adolf Hitler ;)
 

rav3n

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Well you do sound passionate about criticizing his morals and made a general statement that can fit the whole class of presidents. You say " A paranoid cherry picker who's convinced he's right"... like there is a totalitarian ruler that doesn't seem like that? Even in the second post you had to add "corrupt" which is also strange remark. I mean he is in power! He does not have to be corrupted unlike his subordinates. I know enough about Russia and the sentiment. He combines well European and Asian part of Russian mentality, together with the 20th century socialist culture.

You can call him paranoid, but staying in power for so long after Yeltsin fucked up the system is something he would never be able to do if he didn't show "paranoia" like behavior. Also, once your dictatorship pass a certain point (you make a lot of enemies) you are bound to either stay in power for life or be assassinated and humiliated. Ergo, for him leaving power is not an option.

I reacted, because the comment seemed pretentious and emotionally charged, while expressing primarily general characteristics of any totalitarian ruler.

Finally, if you really want to go for paranoia card. Check another INFJ Adolf Hitler ;)
Putin is likely one of the richest, if not the richest man in the world. His wealth was stolen from Russians like yourself so I have no idea why you continue to support him unless he's your employer.
 

Mr Kovacs

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Putin is likely one of the richest, if not the richest man in the world. His wealth was stolen from Russians like yourself so I have no idea why you continue to support him unless he's your employer.

Hahahaa.. well you really are emotionally charged. It really steals the ability to read. Where did I say I am Russian, and where did I say I support him?

Short summary for you in the context of clumsy statement which showed how emotionally charged you are, and also pretty much a good proof that I was right to pick on your statement as biased:
- "like there is a totalitarian ruler that doesn't seem like that?" - where I imply that he indeed is a totalitarian ruler
- "He does not have to be corrupted unlike his subordinates." - where I imply that system is corrupted.
- "Also, once your dictatorship pass a certain point (you make a lot of enemies) you are bound to either stay in power for life or be assassinated and humiliated. Ergo, for him leaving power is not an option." - Where I talk about his ruling style as dictatorship, and extrapolating non-democratic future / end of his mandate(s)

Do you actually value - Totalitarianism, Dictatorship, Corruption? Help me to understand :)
 

Mr Kovacs

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Actually you could reread it :) You would never imply that I am a) Russian b) support Putin (check the previous post) if you have read it, but you were too triggered with "Great" Russian Leader :)

o&o
 

Norexan

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Place Putin as dom Ti make me so laugh. He doesn't look at world as Ti user. It is very clear for him that he is IxTJ but I play with INTJ card. Why?
He knew how to change the system, how to make Russia strong again and he did it. Game Changer classic. Nice job done. ;)
 

rav3n

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Actually you could reread it :) You would never imply that I am a) Russian b) support Putin (check the previous post) if you have read it, but you were too triggered with "Great" Russian Leader :)

o&o
Meh, more weaseling and classic ENTP.
 

Snow as White

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whatever he is, he's one of the scariest people i've ever seen.

former KGB (although do they ever really leave if they are still alive)

not sure i see INTJ tbh. most INTJs I know prefer to control the world behind the scenes not be out in front waving their bare chests to the wind. also, would like to think better of Fi, esp in tert position, as not enjoying the false displays of concocted machismo.

ISTP or maybe a lower energy ESTP would be my guess.
 

misfortuneteller

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He's a ISTP or INTJ 6w5. It's hard to tell cause a ISTP 6w5 could resemble a J and a INTJ 6w5 could resemble a sensor.
 
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