Vladimir Putin ‘has a health scare’

Vladimir Putin experienced a “health panic” in the middle of the night early Saturday, it was alleged today.

The Russian president complained of “extreme nausea” and doctors rushed to his presidential residence around 1 a.m., it was claimed.

This claim – which cannot be verified – comes from the Telegram channel that boasts that it monitors Putin’s health, and asserts that he suffers from serious medical problems that have not been officially disclosed.

Public channel SVR said his condition improved after three hours but concerns about his condition mean that the body pair may be used this week.

The head of Ukraine’s military intelligence, Major General Kirillo Budanov, claimed that a double corpse was used when Putin exited Air Force One in Tehran for summits with the Iranian leadership as well as Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

Putin returned from Iran early Wednesday and the alleged medical episode came two days later despite claims by CIA Director William Burns that the Russian warlord was “in good health” and that there was no intelligence that he was ill.

“Putin on the night of Friday, July 22 to Saturday, July 23, needed urgent medical care,” the channel said.

At about 1 am, the medical personnel were on duty [his] His residence was called to the President of the Republic.

Putin complained of severe nausea.

“Twenty minutes later, an additional team of doctors was called along with the treating chief doctors.

“It is known that the doctors provided assistance and stayed near Putin for three hours, and after the president’s condition improved, they left his rooms.”

She claimed that a decision had been made that at some event this week it would be “replaced with a double”.

In addition, “deepfake technology” can be used to show which meetings Putin is participating in that were not – in fact – in real time.

“Therefore, it may turn out that Putin who is ‘very healthy’ will become ‘very alive’ in the foreseeable future,” the report said.

“I’m just going to hint,” Budanov said, when questioning Putin, who apparently got off his plane in Iran.

Please look at the moment Putin got off the plane.

“Is it Putin at all?”

Ukrainian reports said Budanov, a CIA ally, believed that “a Putin lookalike traveled to Tehran to meet the presidents of Iran and Turkey.”

His visit to Tehran attracted the world’s attention.

In one of the videos, Erdogan kept Putin waiting, as the Russian ruler appeared ill as he ran to his feet and made strange movements on his face.

But Ukraine did not earlier indicate that this was Putin’s double.

At the time, official Anton Gerashchenko wrote on Telegram: “Erdogan made Putin wait during the meeting in Tehran.

The full spectrum of the Führer’s humiliated and humiliated feelings appeared on his face.

“The basement is really the best place to stay with such a face.”

“The dwarf does not like disrespect,” UNIAN commented by the Ukrainian news agency UNIAN.

Putin admitted two years ago that officials had considered using doubles, but claimed the idea was rejected.

“I’ve ignored the idea of ​​any husband,” he said.

He said he was advised in the early 2000s, when Russia was under terrorist attacks, that someone like him should take his place in cases where the head of state might be in danger.

“This was during the most difficult time in our war against terrorism,” he said.

Body pairs have reportedly been used by former Kremlin leaders, for example Joseph Stalin and Leonid Brezhnev, the old Soviets.

Meanwhile, a Russian expert on Putin’s affairs vehemently disputed the “very healthy” CIA remark.

Political expert Valery Solovy, who has long claimed that the Russian president is ill, said: “The Americans, the CIA in particular, have information about the true state of health of the Russian president.

“They know for sure that he has serious problems, including mental problems.”

Solovy, former professor at the prestigious Moscow Institute of International Relations [MGIMO] Claiming inside knowledge of Putin’s condition, he noted that the “very healthy” comment was made because the United States is in behind-the-scenes negotiations with Russia.

“There are a lot of rumors about President Putin and as far as we can tell he is in absolutely good health,” Burns said.

The Kremlin also routinely says Putin is in good health.

Solovy replied, “The issue of Putin’s health is one of the… [most] central to discussions of Russian politics.

He claimed that denying medical issues “only reinforces suspicions that there is a problem”.

“[When] Putin appears, what do we see?

“A limp man, a man with dark spots, a man who must cut short meetings for ostensible ‘consultations’.

“Indeed, he needs medical help at that moment…

“People make conclusions based on what they see.

“TV is a big liar, but it’s hard to hide the true state of things.”

Solovy, like the public channel SVR, previously claimed that Putin suffers from serious illnesses including cancer, Parkinson’s disease and schizoaffective disorder.

The anti-Putin channel is said to be composed by an exiled senior Kremlin lieutenant known by the pseudonym Viktor Mikhailovich.

Many reject it, but it has led the way in claiming that Putin is hiding serious medical problems, which are now considered accurate by some Western intelligence agencies.


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