Vladimir Putin is sick – Still speculations on the health of the Russian president

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Attacks of cough, constant nausea and loss of appetite. These are the symptoms accused by Vladimir Putin that are alarming his family and the faithful of the Kremlin. The sudden thinness of the Russian president would be the umpteenth sign of a deterioration in his health conditions.

This was reported by the independent Russian press, which explains that the Tsar would have been put on a diet and would be following aggressive therapy to defeat an oncological pathology. More clearly, Vladimir Putin would have cancer.

  • Is Vladimir Putin sick? Why he talks about it and what symptoms he would have
  • Not just cough and thinness, but also neurological symptoms for the Tsar
  • “Vladimir Putin is fine”: speculations do not convince the CIA

Is Vladimir Putin sick? Why he talks about it and what symptoms he would have

For some time, even during public speeches, such as the one on the state of infrastructure in the regions of Ukraine formally annexed to the Russian Federation, the Kremlin leader has been seen coughing violently.

It is not the first time that independent media have spoken of the (alleged) precarious state of health of the president. Confirmed by sources very close to him, despite his medical records are kept secret even from his most trusted collaborators.

In recent months, Vladimir Putin would have lost a whopping 8 kilos, and his magic circle would be alarmed by the obvious thinness and coughing fits.

Not just cough and thinness, but also neurological symptoms for the Tsar

During one of the last virtual meetings with his defense minister, the very loyal Sergey Shoigu, the Russian president would also have shown a particular unmotivated aggression, with screams and reproaches.

After he cut him off the videoconference, he would continue to talk to the senior generals, but the meeting was interrupted precisely because of the cough and the intervention of the doctors.

“Vladimir Putin is fine”: speculations do not convince the CIA

The speculations about Vladimir Putin’s health began in the aftermath of the invasion of Ukraine. Carried out with so much stubbornness that it appeared as the dictator’s swan song, that by now he would have nothing more to lose.

According to the same sources informed by the Kremlin, the Tsar has a stomach tumor. But there was also talk of Parkinson’s disease and schizophrenia.

All clinical pictures that, in addition to having important effects on the body, would be clouding the judgment of the Russian president, who among other things also appeared swollen in the face, as if under the effect of cortisone.

All theories, however, that do not convince William Burns, director of the CIA. In fact, the head of US intelligence stated that Vladimir Putin would be “definitely too fit” and healthy as a fish.

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