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Russian President Vladimir Putin May Have Sarge 4 Cancer

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine has turned Russia into a pariah state, sparking rafts of sanctions and international condemnation.

Thus far, Putin’s invasion has not been the success he had hoped for.

There are now reports that the Russian president’s health is failing. Do these rumours have any basis in fact, and where did they come from?

Are these rumours true? What is Vladimir Putin’s health situation, and does he have terminal cancer?

A senior Royal Navy admiral claimed earlier this week that Putin has stage 4 cancer and that it prompted the invasion of Ukraine.

Rear Admiral Chris Parry, a former Portsmouth Grammar School pupil and Falklands veteran, told children at the school on March 4 that Russian President Vladimir Putin has been speaking with people using very long tables.

“I think he might be suffering from immune system suppression right now. He is rushing around like a madman.”

As Parry explained, “I believe he will occupy Ukraine to the east of the Dnieper [river], he will totally occupy this area known as “New Russia” along the bottom of the country, cutting the country off from the Black Sea, and he will leave the northwest, west of Kyiv, to its own devices as long as it stays neutral.”

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s health has not been officially confirmed either at home or abroad.

Who Believes that President Putin is ill?

In an interview with Reach, an ex-military intelligence officer told the publication that analysts have been studying 69-year-old Putin and believe he is gravely ill.

According to the source, he has smiled in the past, but there are few pictures of him looking happy in 2022.

The look on his face suggests he is in pain, and our people believe his angry look is a result of his being in anguish.

“Our people are convinced he is ill – he keeps his staff at a distance because he is concerned about Covid.”

As the leader of Russia, Putin has built an image as a strong man and has posed shirtless on a horse and competed in judo.

On March 1, official photos of the president meeting St Petersburg governor Alexander Beglov triggered fresh allegations about his health.

What Do Experts Say?

Politico quoted Fiona Hill, a senior fellow at Brookings’ Center on the United States and Europe: “Putin’s not looking so good, he’s a little puffy-faced, a symptom of cancer.”.

Although he has complained of having back issues, it could be something worse, or it could be something else. There appears to be an urgency for this that may also be driven by personal factors.”

Previously, Hill served as a national intelligence officer for Russia and Eurasia at The National Intelligence Council.

He explained, “She may already be aware that time is slipping by – it’s been 22 years, and the chances of a Russian leader leaving voluntarily or through elections are very slim.”

“Most leaders leave either because of massive protests, as Belarusian president Alexander Lukashenko thought he might, or they die in office.”.

“The only other Russian leader who has served in office longer than Putin is Stalin, who died in office.”

Another prominent figure who has claimed ‘something’ is wrong with President Putin is Republican Senator Marco Rubio.

Senator Rubio is the ranking Republican member of the US Senate Intelligence Committee.

Senator Rubio said: “I wish I could say more, but for now, I can only say that something is off with Putin. Despite his history as a killer, his problem now is quite different and more serious.”

Later, Rubio said that Russian President Vladimir Putin appeared to have neuro/physiological problems.

Senator Rubio was quoted in the Daily Mail as saying, “[Putin] is growing older. His time on earth is running out. He is aware of that.”

Has Putin or the Kremlin responded?

The Kremlin does not routinely comment on Russian President Vladimir Putin‘s health, and it has not responded to these most recent rumours that have emerged since the conflict began.

Kremlin officials previously dismissed claims that Putin suffered from Parkinson’s disease as ‘absolute nonsense.’

Professor Valery Solovei, a former historian at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations, told the Scotsman that Putin suffers from both cancer and Parkinson’s disease in November 2020.

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