Medically incapacitated at 3 months. Here are the five riddles about the Caesar

Russian President Vladimir Putin He is only three to six months old before it becomes medically helpless. The A former MI6 agent said Christopher Steele World Health Organization He explained that according to several Western intelligence sources, the Russian president could be quickly overthrown. Steel He has therefore given credit for the many rumors that followed each other about the Caesar’s health conditions.

“he is Very sick, he only has a few months left to liveAnd the he have cancer for the thyroid glandAnd the DiabeticAnd the They have Parkinson’s disease in its early stagesAnd the She has undergone many secret operations abroad. These are just some of the many rumors that have been circulating since then Russia invadedUkraine. From the plethora of doctors present, from shady videos to missed appointments: here are the five “Mysteries” surrounding the image of the head of the Kremlin.

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medical staff

The media around the world has noted that in recent years, a large team of doctors has often accompanied Putin on his trips abroad. In 2016-2017, trips outside Russia would have seen him surrounded by 5 doctors, who later, in some circumstances, became even 13 doctors at the same time. Among them are resuscitators, neurosurgeons, general practitioners, and oncologists. Since one of them was known for his studies of thyroid cancer, and Putin – according to media reports – visited him 35 times in Sochi, a city in southern Russia famous for the Olympic Games, this remains one of the most popular theses at the moment. A certified. The Kremlin has not confirmed it.


In addition to the case that Putin suffers from serious thyroid cancer, which has been repeatedly denied by Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, there are many hypotheses that chase each other. Who sees him suffer from a severe form of diabetes, due to the swelling of the face that has appeared on several occasions, to which the Russian president has Parkinson’s disease at an early stage that would create dementia principle, even problems. In the spine. His spinal cord caused by a fall from a horse, worsened after an injury while playing hockey. There is no shortage of conjectures about ‘brittle leukemia’ and ‘Asperger’s syndrome’. None of these conjectures has ever been found with any official confirmation.

the suspects

Analysts, doctors and scientists in particular were unleashed after Vladimir Putin’s meeting with Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu. The chair’s posture, the “bow” of the shoulders, the “strange movement of the right foot”, the trembling of some fingers and the hand holding the table without ever moving, combined with Putin’s voice according to some “monotone”. It made even the most skeptical of people, leading many to assume the physical difficulties related to Parkinson’s disease.

treatment or treatment

There are also many rumors regarding the treatments Putin will take to get rid of it mysterious evil. From the most classic operations, which you see surrounded by neurosurgeons, oncologists, hematologists and neurologists, to clandestine operations performed outside Russia, which – according to rumors – are now quite a lot. There are also those who talk about more specific treatments, such as “alternative remedies” and “homeopathic methods”, even “deer blood packets” which, according to some experts interviewed by the media, would have “effects bordering on a miracle”.

Missed appointments

To stir up rumors about the perilous conditions in which the Russian leader is, in recent days, there has also been Putin’s absence from the annual live television broadcast “Direct Line to Vladimir Putin”, during which the president answers citizens’ questions. While some analysts have noted that the defection may be due to concerns that he will be targeted with “hostile” questions about the war in Ukraine, others are related to the president’s staff’s concerns about his health. According to The Sun, for example, the 69-year-old president of Russia will find it difficult to “delay” broadcasts for more than three hours in a row.

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