December 2, 2022

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Putin's "chic" removal from power is brewing

Putin’s “chic” removal from power is brewing

  • Vladimir Putin’s health has been one of the main topics discussed in the media since the start of the war in Ukraine. Almost every gesture is associated with a possible illness or malaise
  • According to the former head of British intelligence, the Russian leader is in fact seriously ill and will find himself in a long-term medical facility or sanatorium by next year at the latest.
  • This could mean the end of Putin’s authority and, at the same time, the end of the war in Ukraine
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Rumors about the deteriorating health of the Russian leader circulated in the media almost since the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Unconfirmed information is circulating about leukemia, tumors of the abdominal cavity and thyroid gland, as well as other health problems. At the same time, there are rumors about a planned coup and possible successors to Putin. The latest information about the dictator’s immediate future comes from Richard Dearlove, who was head of Britain’s secret intelligence service from 1999 to 2004.

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The “elegant” removal of Putin from power

On his podcast One Decision, which he co-presented, Dearlove said he was 69 years old. Russian President Vladimir Putin He may soon be transferred to a long-term care facility and this will mean the end of his sentence. “I think it will be gone by 2023.” “Maybe to a sanatorium from which he will not come out as the leader of Russia,” Dearlove said in the podcast.

In his opinion, this is a way to “elegantly” remove Putin from power without a coup, and at the same time end the war in Ukraine.

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Dearlove’s predictions are in line with other reports that Putin is ill and may soon lose power. Among others, Christo Gruzef, a Bellingcat journalist and Russian security expert, said, “Last week, the Kremlin’s top security officials believe that the war in Ukraine is lost and that Putin is losing his power.” Reported by Insider Service.

In turn, the head of Ukraine’s military intelligence, General Kirisho Budanov, told Sky News last week that Putin is in “a very poor mental and physical condition and is very ill”.

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