Russian President Vladimir Putin “has leukemia”: a secret recording

Russian President Vladimir Putin said in a confidential recording obtained by the New Lines magazine that the Russian president is “extremely ill with leukemia”.

The type of cancer is not specified. New lines reported In a story that discusses countless rumors about Putin’s health.

“The recording represents rare testimony from someone with proven connections to the Russian government that its fanatical dictator may be dangerously unwell,” the magazine said in comments made during a mid-March discussion with someone described as a “Western venture capitalist.”

It devastated the Russian economy, the Ukrainian economy, and many other economies – and utterly destroyed [them] The oligarch, who was not named, said about Putin in the tape. “The problem is in his head. … A crazy person can turn the world upside down.”

Russian President Vladimir Putin appeared to have dark spots on his cheeks in a video posted on May 11, 2022.
East2West

The man is an energy entrepreneur who is currently outside Russia and has a net worth that puts him in the list of the 200 richest Russian businessmen. In the tape he can be heard harshly criticizing the invasion of Ukraine and questioning the purpose of killing more than 15,000 Russian soldiers.

We all hope, he says, that Putin dies of cancer or perhaps as a result of some kind of intervention, such as a coup, to spare Russia more misfortune.

In the 11-minute tape, New Lines said the oligarch “had no idea who had recorded it,” adding that it identified the man by his voice but withheld his name “because of the high probability that his disclosure could lead to state retaliation,” referring to Russian law that mandates 15-year prison sentence for spreading “false news”.

She suggested Roman Abramovich, owner of Chelsea Football Club in London, may have been poisoned in March.
She suggested Roman Abramovich, owner of Chelsea Football Club in London, may have been poisoned in March.
Getty Images

She pointed out that Roman Abramovich, owner of Chelsea Football Club in London, maybe poisoned In March amid his efforts to negotiate a peace agreement with Ukraine, he said eight more members of the oligarch “have died since January,” including two who allegedly killed their wives and children before committing suicide, one in Spain and one in Moscow.

The head of Ukraine’s military intelligence also claimed that Putin has cancer and indicated that a coup d’état is underway to oust the Russian president.

Major-General Kirillo Budanov said that the heavy losses suffered by the Russian forces are setting the stage for defeat by the end of the year and will eventually lead to a change in the leadership of the Russian Federation.

The type of cancer is unspecified, New Lines reported, in a story discussing countless rumors about Putin's health.
New Lines reported in a story discussing rumors about Vladimir Putin’s health. The type of cancer is unspecified.
AFP via Getty Images
Russian soldiers patrol the Mariupol Dramatic Theatre.
Russian soldiers patrol the Mariupol Dramatic Theatre.
AFP via Getty Images

“This process has already been launched, and they are moving in this way.”

London times Note the rampant speculation about Putin’s health after he was seen on several occasions walking with a pronounced limp and a puffy face, which could suggest he is being treated with steroids. During last week’s Victory Day parade, the Russian leader was wrapped in a heavy woolen blanket.

The Times also cited an investigation by Proyekt, an independent Russian newspaper, which revealed that Putin is accompanied almost everywhere by three doctors, including an oncologist or a cancer specialist, and that the leader bathes in blood from young reindeer antlers, “alternative therapy” learned in Siberia .

The Times of London has noted widespread speculation about Putin's health after he was seen on several occasions walking, apparently limping.
The Times of London has noted widespread speculation about Putin’s health after he was seen on several occasions walking, apparently limping.
Sputnik/AFP via Getty Images

Moreover, the New Lines story referred to a memo sent to officers of the Federal Security Service (FSB), the successor to the Soviet KGB, telling them not to speculate on Putin’s health or “rumors of confidence about the president’s final state.”

The magazine reported that the instructions had the opposite effect, convincing most FSB officers that Putin was ill.

.