Vladimir Putin is afflicted with a debilitating condition, according to recent reports. His health problem was brought to the public’s attention a few days ago, and people grew concerned. Now it seems the feared world leader could have a limited amount of time left on earth.
According to the Mirror, the 69-year-old Russian leader has “no more than two to three years” remaining. He is reportedly losing his sight as well.
A covert transmission from a Russian spy to fugitive and former FSB agent Boris Karpichkov revealed the Russian leader’s grave condition. An FSB agent source said Vladimir Putin has only given three years to live by physicians owing to his “rapidly progressing cancer.”
As Russian intelligence sources become increasingly concerned about their ailing leader, Vladimir Putin has reportedly been told he only has three to five years to live. As speculation grew that Putin was suffering from a terrible illness as a result of the invasion of Ukraine, one FSB official described Putin’s condition as a “severe form of rapidly progressing cancer.”
Putin is refusing to wear glasses because of fear of admitting a weakness, according to the letter, and is now lashing out at his subordinates with ‘uncontrolled fury.’ The news comes as reports of his poor health continue to seep out of Russia via a Telegram channel claiming to have insider information from the Kremlin.
According to the Telegram channel General SVR, Putin underwent successful cancer surgery this month and is recovering after doctors advised him that treatment was ‘necessary.’ The story broke just hours before Putin appeared on state television in Sochi to meet with ally Alexander Lukashenko when he was seen on video uncomfortably twisting his feet as the two sat down for talks.
This was the second time Putin has been caught on camera making a strange movement, which was seen on camera during a meeting with Tajikistan’s president a week ago and comes amid speculation that he has Parkinson’s disease. During a discussion with Putin, Emomali Rahmon appeared to notice the movement and glanced at Putin’s feet, but did not bring it up in conversation.
After Putin was observed shaking his arm and led before another meeting with Lukashenko on February 18th, critics speculated that the twisting action could be an attempt to hide the kind of involuntary twitches produced by Parkinson’s disease. Since then, he’s been observed clutching the arms of chairs and the corners of tables in an apparent attempt to hide any tremors.
Putin’s health has been a topic of conversation for at least two years when he was claimed to be suffering from Parkinson’s disease and cancer, but it has resurfaced in the aftermath of his invasion of Ukraine. What’s your take on Putin’s health disease? For further updates stay tuned to Thirsty.
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