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Putin ‘has become withdrawn as he suffers side-effects from medical treatment which has left him dizzy and weak’ according to Telegram channel which claims link to his bodyguards
- Speculation that Vladimir Putin, 70, is suffering from cancer and other ailments
- Putin was last seen in person on Friday 13th when he attended a funeral in Ufa
- Putin-watching Telegram channel SVR claims inside knowledge from his circle
Russian president Vladimir Putin has become ‘withdrawn, silent and deeply preoccupied’ as he undergoes new medical treatment, it was claimed today.
The claims were made by Putin-watching channel Telegram channel General SVR, which alleges inside knowledge from his circle and links to his bodyguards.
There has been speculation in Russia that 70-year-old Putin is suffering from cancer, early stage Parkinson’s disease and other ailments including a schizoaffective disorder.
‘Putin is undergoing a course of treatment with drugs which, in addition to their therapeutic effect, cause weakness, dizziness, [and] lack of appetite, which does not affect his psycho-emotional state in the best way,’ reported General SVR.
Russian president Vladimir Putin has become ‘withdrawn, silent and deeply preoccupied’ as he undergoes new medical treatment, it was claimed today. Pictured meeting Bashkortostan Radiy Khabirov on January 13, 2023
Putin was last seen in person – rather than on video conference – at a funeral in Ufa on Friday
It added he has become ‘silent’ and ‘receives almost no-one’ in person while appearing ‘deeply preoccupied in recent days’.
‘He is about to gamble, if not by going for broke, then by raising the stakes to a critical level,’ stated the channel which has repeatedly claimed Putin suffers from multiple medical conditions and is terminally ill.
Putin was last seen in person – rather than on video conference – at a funeral in Ufa on Friday.
The presenter continued his analysis of the Russian president’s health: ‘In the event of the failure of the forthcoming Russian offensive on the front and the loss of control over even a part of the previously occupied territories, it will be impossible to convince the elites of the possibility of a ‘victorious’ exit from the military adventure.…
‘In that case there will be no more victorious offensives by Russian troops. There would be a guaranteed defeat, with all the consequences for Putin personally.
‘The use of nuclear weapons on the territory of Ukraine, in such a case, is possible.’
Yet this would result in ‘a general catastrophe for Putin and for all the elites without exception’, nullifying his regime and making the chances of him holding onto power ‘simply ghostly’.
The channel warned the ‘general mobilisation and martial law’ are both plans ‘that, if implemented, will undoubtedly result in hundreds of thousands of new victims and a disaster not only for Russia, but for the entire world’.
‘The war exists in the mind of one terminally ill person with a disturbed psyche, who is trying to take as many people as possible with him to the mythical ‘paradise’.
‘This is worth understanding for all those who take part or are about to take part in hostilities on the side of Putin’s regime and follow the order to use nuclear weapons.’
Meanwhile, Putin-watcher Valery Solovey said the appointment of Valery Gerasimov as overall commander of the war was a last-ditch bid by the president to ‘turn the tide’.
Frequently his video-conferences are suspected to be prerecorded, allowing him absences, such as with Novosibirsk regional governor Andrey Travnikov on January 16
Putin-watcher Valery Solovey said the appointment of Valery Gerasimov as overall commander of the war was a last-ditch bid by the president to ‘turn the tide’ (pictured on December 21 in Moscow)
Rescue team work among the rubble of a damaged residential building hit by shelling in Dnipro, southeastern Ukraine, 14 January 2023
The appointment comes amid Putin’s deteriorating health.
‘[Putin] is afraid of any infection, even one that is easily treated,’ he said.
‘He has a very weakened immune system. He is weakened by the aggressive [cancer] treatment, the drugs that he is forced to take.
‘The dynamics are negative, and his entourage knows this. This is no longer particularly hidden.’
Solovey is a former professor at Moscow’s prestigious Institute of International Relations [MGIMO], a training school for spies and diplomats, who has long claimed inside knowledge about Putin’s health.
Putin was last seen in person on Friday, at a funeral in Ufa.
Frequently his video-conferences are suspected to be prerecorded, allowing him absences, such as with Novosibirsk regional governor Andrey Travnikov.
Today the dictator appeared with leading government financial specialists, boasting that some defence plants are working nonstop due to the war.
General SVR claimed that the Ufa trip on Friday involved a ‘body double’ and not the real Putin.
Yet the channel was alone in claiming this was a specially trained lookalike.
‘Soon, the understudy will appear more and more often as president,’ said the channel. ‘The President’s health tends to worsen.’
In Ufa, the ‘president’ was seen paying his respects at the open coffin of iron-fisted Murtaza Rakhimov, ex-leader of oil-rich Russian republic Bashkortostan, who died aged 88.
He also met the region’s current head, Radiy Habirov.
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