Leaked Kremlin spy docs confirm Vladimir Putin has Parkinson’s, pancreatic cancer: report

More rumors have emerged about the well-being, or lack thereof, of Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin.

It is speculative at this stage as to whether the continuing conjecture about the country’s autocratic leader ultimately turns out to be accurate or is just part of a propaganda war as the Ukraine invasion still rages.

According to leaked emails that The Sun says it has reviewed which originated with a Russian intelligence source with proximity to the Kremlin, however, Putin’s health is allegedly dire, and he is in the grip of a regimen of pharmaceutical drugs.

More from the UK newspaper:

‘I can confirm he has been diagnosed with early stage Parkinson’s disease, but it’s already progressing,’ the Russian security services insider claimed in the email. ‘This fact will be denied in every possible way and hidden. Putin is regularly stuffed with all kinds of heavy steroids and innovative painkilling injections to stop the spread of pancreatic cancer he was recently diagnosed with. It not only causes a lot of pain, Putin has a state of puffiness of the face and other side effects — including memory lapses. In his close circle, there are rumors that in addition to pancreatic cancer, which is gradually spreading, Putin also has prostate cancer.’


Putin, now 70, is also allegedly using body doubles, and the macho martial artist was also recently spotted with what some contend were IV tracks on his hand.

While touring a military museum in July, Putin was seen in a video clip walking with a slight limp and seemingly unable to use his right arm.

In May, a disillusioned Russian oligarch was heard on a secret recording claiming that Putin is very ill with blood cancer.

That same month, a report claimed that Russia’s dictator was scheduled for cancer surgery of some sort and that he was handing over power temporarily to a KGB hardliner.

Among various episodes, there has also been some footage of Putin looking bloated, gripping a table during a meeting with one of his inner circle, or swaying during a Mass in a Russian Orthodox church, although all of this is open to interpretation in the context of a potential prognosis.

“Political analyst Valery Solovey claims Putin is suffering from a number of serious illnesses – including cancer, Parkinson’s disease and a schizoaffective disorder. Solovey said his health ‘is deteriorating… dramatically’ – and suggested the tyrant’s medical conditions have impacted his judgment on the shambolic war,” The Sun claimed on Sunday in the same article in which it published its exclusive about the Russian spy’s email.

Sick or not, Vladimir Putin has controlled Russia with an iron hand since 1999, including a stint as the country’s prime minister.

Former U.K. MI6 spy agency chief Sir Richard Dearlove said earlier this year on a podcast that “I’m really going to stick my neck out. I think he’ll be gone by 2023. Probably into the sanatorium, from which he will not emerge as leader of Russia.”

Putin supposedly suffers from coughing fits, has lost an inordinate amount of weight, and “has also frequently disappeared from the public eye for weeks at a time in recent years amid rumors he is undergoing surgery,” the Daily Mail claimed.

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