- Does the Russian president only have three years left to live?
- Vladimir Putin is said to be “losing his sight”.
- He has a “severe form of rapidly progressing cancer.“
IS VLADIMIR PUTIN’S HEALTH WORSENING? Rumors are swirling that he’s been given only three years left to live. Russian president Vladimir Putin has been rumored to have cancer, among other serious illnesses and his health could be deteriorating more and more.
Right after he ordered the invasion of Ukraine last February, the Russian president’s health was said to be deteriorating, as a Russian spy revealed that Putin didn’t have much time left and that he was progressively losing sight.
Does Vladimir Putin only have three years left to live?
President Vladimir Putin’s doctors have given him a maximum of three years to live, a Russian intelligence source told the British newspaper The Mirror. The specialists’ prognosis was: “He has no more than two or three years to stay alive.”
The member of the Federal Security Service (FSB) of the Russian Federation offered details about the deteriorating health of the president, who is suffering from a “serious form of rapidly progressing cancer” whose ravages are already beginning to be noticeable.
According to the Russian spy, some symptoms of illness are already beginning to be noticeable, such as vision loss. “They tell us that he has headaches and when he appears on television he needs papers with everything written in big letters to read what he’s going to say,” he explained.
“They are so big that each page can only contain a couple of sentences. His eyesight is seriously getting worse,“ indicated the FSB official, who also added that due to his illnesses “his limbs also tremble uncontrollably.”
Other rumors about Putin’s health
The world is keeping an eye on Putin’s health, so his public appearances are heavily scrutinized. Last week, for example, the president met with his counterpart from Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, in the Russian city of Sochi, and in that meeting he was caught on camera strangely twisting his feet, noted The Mirror.
The truth is that there are not only rumors that Putin has cancer, but also that he suffers from other diseases such as Parkinson’s and multiple sclerosis. “He has several serious illnesses, one of which is cancer,” said Ukrainian spy Kyrylo Budanov.
Putin may have already undergone surgery
Anther fact about the health of the Russian president is that he could have already undergone a successful cancer surgery about 14 days ago, reports citing the Kremlin revealed last week. Due to the treatment, President Putin is unable to attend meetings without taking breaks. “He’s constantly escorted around by a team of doctors,” said Christopher Steele, a former MI6 Russia official.
“The Kremlin is a bit like a shark pool. They all swim around and if they smell blood in the water they start to fight,” he said, referring to the anxiety that Putin’s health would be generating among the people closest to him, to the point where they would be talking about who would be his successor.
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