Vladimir Putin has a knack for making the news, but since declaring war on Ukraine, he has been in the spotlight more than ever, and not for good reasons.
Controversy, conjecture, and a lot of hate attract Putin’s private life, but this time, it’s not his secret girlfriend or his plans for the war, but his deteriorating health which somehow finds its way and directs our attention to Putin dealing with a massive medical crisis. “Is Putin chronically ill?”
In a secret audio obtained by New Lines Magazine, a Russian businessman close to the Kremlin said that Russian President Vladimir Putin is “extremely ill with blood cancer.”
In a story regarding the many rumors about Putin’s health, New Lines said that the sort of cancer was unknown. The oligarch also complains about Putin’s choice to attack Ukraine, and he explicitly asks Putin why more than 15,000 Russian servicemen have been killed so far. The recording backs up all of the rumors that Putin is suffering from a mysterious illness. The oligarch is reported to be one of Russia’s 200 wealthiest individuals and was formerly Putin’s close ally.
“He absolutely ruined Russia’s economy, Ukraine’s economy, and many other economies — ruined absolutely,” the oligarch exclaimed on the tape. “The problem is with his head. … One crazy guy can turn the world upside down.”
It claimed that Roman Abramovich, the owner of the Chelsea Football Club in London, was poisoned in March while attempting to negotiate a peace deal with Ukraine and that eight other oligarchs “had turned up dead since January,” including two in Spain and one in Moscow.
Putin’s cancer was also confirmed according to Ukraine’s military intelligence chief, and a coup attempt to depose Putin is already underway.
The enormous casualties incurred by Russian forces, according to Maj. Gen. Kyrylo Budanov, portend a defeat by the end of the year and, finally, a change of leadership in the Russian Federation.
The truth is yet to be disclosed officially, but the shreds of evidence up until now point directly toward Putin being forced to give up the Presidency one way or another, maybe because of the internal conflicts, or maybe the Russian officials find it as the perfect opportunity to dethrone the Ruling President.