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Report: Intelligence Suggests Putin Suffering From Terminal Illness



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Russian President Vladimir Putin could be suffering from a terminal illness, according to reports citing a former intelligence officer who now works for the Pentagon.

“The unnamed source is claiming that Putin is suffering from terminal bowel cancer, with his ‘puffy face’ a sign he is enduring chemotherapy or on steroids,” YorkshireLive reported.

“The source says this diagnosis could have encouraged him to be more aggressive and attack Ukraine so he can leave a legacy knowing he is dying, The Daily Star reports,” the outlet said. “He added that analysts have been studying Putin who think he has a terminal illness.”

“In the past we have seen him smile, but in 2022 there are few pictures of him looking happy,” the source said. “His look suggests he is in pain and our people suggest his angry look is most likely as a result of him being in agony. Our people are confident he is ill – he is concerned about COVID as he keeps his staff at a distance.”

On February 24, Putin ordered his country to invade Ukraine. He has since put Russia’s nuclear deterrent forces on high alert and stoked fears of potential nuclear war.

The report comes shortly after retired British Royal Navy Admiral Chris Parry suggested Putin is “a man in a hurry,” and that a terminal illness could explain his decision to invade Ukraine.

“He has been using these very long tables to interview people. I think his immune system might be suppressed at the moment. So he is a man in a hurry,” Parry said.

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  1. Mary Cannataro

    March 9, 2022 at 11:30 am

    Someone needs to take Putin “out”

  2. Suzanne Ryan

    March 11, 2022 at 11:12 am

    Let’s hope……

  3. Ken

    March 11, 2022 at 1:32 pm

    I am skeptical about these reports and the sources providing them. If Putin dies, then maybe in retrospect I’ll accord them more credibility. But if the Kremlin handles Putin’s death the way Spain handled Francisco Franco’s, that could be quite a while.

  4. Marky Marxist

    March 13, 2022 at 9:28 am

    Our ‘leaders’ are sick also….suffering from ‘I guess this will show Americans whose NOT running the country’ ~ SO I SAY F++K THEM !!!!!!!!

  5. William R Hartman

    March 14, 2022 at 3:55 pm

    Stop the speculation that makes everyone terrified to act.

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Report: Ukraine Sunk Russian Warship By Using US Intel



Ukraine sunk the Russian warship Moskva last month using United States intelligence, according to a new report from NBC News.

“A guided missile cruiser carrying a crew of 510, the Moskva was the flagship of Russia’s Black Sea Fleet,” NBC News reported. “It sank on April 14 after being struck by two Ukrainian Neptune anti-ship missiles, U.S. officials said. Moscow said the vessel sank after a fire. The Moskva was the largest Russian warship sunk in combat since World War II. American officials said there were significant Russian casualties, but they don’t know how many.”

“The attack happened after Ukrainian forces asked the Americans about a ship sailing in the Black Sea south of Odesa, U.S. officials told NBC News,” the outlet added. “The U.S. identified it as the Moskva, officials said, and helped confirm its location, after which the Ukrainians targeted the ship.”

The news comes the day after a report from The New York Times revealed that the United States has provided Ukraine with intelligence on Russian military units that has enabled the country to kill multiple Russian generals.

“The targeting help is part of a classified effort by the Biden administration to provide real-time battlefield intelligence to Ukraine,” The New York Times reported. “That intelligence also includes anticipated Russian troop movements gleaned from recent American assessments of Moscow’s secret battle plan for the fighting in the Donbas region of eastern Ukraine, the officials said. Officials declined to specify how many generals had been killed as a result of U.S. assistance.”

“The United States has focused on providing the location and other details about the Russian military’s mobile headquarters, which relocate frequently,” the outlet added. “Ukrainian officials have combined that geographic information with their own intelligence — including intercepted communications that alert the Ukrainian military to the presence of senior Russian officers — to conduct artillery strikes and other attacks that have killed Russian officers.”

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Putin’s Personal Cameraman Quit After Recording His Invasion Speech



Russian President Vladimir Putin’s personal cameraman, Ilya Filatov, reportedly quit his job immediately after filming Putin’s announcement that he would be invading Ukraine.

The timing of Filatov’s exit from a job that he had for over a decade led to speculation that he actually faced dismissal because of negative comments he allegedly made about Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

However, Filatov “denies this version,” according to independent Russian news site The Insider, which is banned in Russia. Filatov claims that he quit because he “reached the ceiling in the profession” and that he was “tired of sitting in quarantine for many months,” which he was required to do to reduce the likelihood he could contract COVID-19 and infect Putin.

Filatov’s sudden departure from his long time role as Putin’s cameraman was part of a pattern of Russian employee exits following comments suggesting opposition to the Russian invasion of Ukraine. As explained by The Insider, “Since the beginning of Russia’s military invasion of Ukraine, one by one employees of Russian TV channels have been fired or left the frame. On April 21, Alexander Gurevich, the host of the One Hundred to One program, resigned from the VGTRK . Prior to this, anti-war comments on his behalf appeared under the episodes of the show on YouTube. In March, it became known that Zhanna Agalakova, an employee of Channel One, quit , and journalist Vadim Glusker quit NTV.”

The Insider also noted how Marina Ovsyannikova, an employee of Channel One, “broke into the live newscast for a few seconds with a poster “Stop the war! Don’t believe the propaganda, they lie to you here.” Before the action, she recorded a video message in which she condemned the actions of the Russian army on the territory of Ukraine. On March 15, the journalist was fined 30,000 rubles. In April, she became a freelance correspondent for the German Welt.”

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