“Amazingly weakened” Putin fidgets manically in the video

VLADIMIR Putin appeared fidgety and nervous in his latest video appearance amid fierce rumors about the Russian president’s health.

At a meeting with one of his allies, the 69-year-old leaned over and gripped the arm of his chair after speculating he had cancer.


Vladimir Putin caused a stir with his recent TV appearance


Vladimir Putin caused a stir with his recent TV appearanceCredit: AP

Russian television filmed Putin at a meeting in Moscow with Tajikistan’s President Emomali Rahmon.

In the clip, he can be seen tapping his feet while gripping the armrest of his chair with his right hand.

He kept his left hand in his lap as he erratically moved his feet during the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) meeting in the Kremlin.

In his talks, Putin called for closer ties between Russia and its Central Asian neighbors and discussed security in the region.

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It follows claims that Putin’s chaotic invasion of Ukraine may have been due to his chemotherapy regimen.

An oncologist has claimed that Putin may have “chemo-brain,” a cancer-related cognitive impairment caused by the treatment.

Individuals suffering from brain chemotherapy can make “crazy” decisions without even thinking about it.

Although the Kremlin insists that Putin is perfectly healthy, many have claimed that Russia’s leader has been looking increasingly ill in recent months.

His face appeared to be “swollen” or bloated, which an oncologist said could be a result of chemotherapy drugs or steroids.

Speaking to The Mirror, the oncologist said of the chemo brain: “It’s easy for some to bump things up, be a little clumsy and forget names, places and faces.

“But in others, it can seriously interfere with executive functions like planning for the future, multitasking, and thinking about the consequences before doing anything big.”

They added that Putin’s swollen face could indicate water retention caused by steroids and chemotherapy drugs, and said he appears to have struggled with balance and losing focus in recent performances, both symptoms of the chemo brain .

It follows claims that the ailing Putin needs any day surgery for cancer and is willing to use body doubles for public appearances to hide the health crisis from the public.

Posts on the anti-Kremlin Telegram channel General SVR claimed that the bizarre use of doubles would maintain the appearance that Putin remains in control of Russia.

It is alleged that footage of Putin meeting and signing decrees was taken in a “cover-up” to make it appear that he was working.

“The president’s movements will be imitated by one of the two doubles if necessary,” the post reads. “The possibility of a double walking in public has been prepared. Basically everything is ready.”

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Meanwhile, in a secretly recorded clip, an insider has claimed that Putin is “very ill with blood cancer.”

In the recording, reportedly from March, an oligarch close to the Russian president also criticizes mad Vlad for the disastrous war in Ukraine.

“He [Putin] has absolutely ruined the economy of Russia, Ukraine and many other economies,” he said.

“The problem is his head… A madman can turn the world upside down.”

Putin met the President of Tajikistan Emomali Rahmon


Putin met the President of Tajikistan Emomali RahmonCredit: AP
Putin appeared slumped and bloated at the session


Putin appeared slumped and bloated at the sessionCredit: AP

On Friday, Putin appeared in a virtual briefing with his Security Council, raising concerns about his terribly bloated face.

The footage was so bizarre that there were even claims that the footage had been manipulated to artificially attach his head to his body.

Last week, Ukraine’s spy chief said a coup was already underway to remove “cancer-stricken” Putin from power and insisted he would be gone by the end of the year.

Major General Kyrylo Budanov, 36, said he believes mad Vlad’s disastrous war will reach “breaking point” by the summer and trigger a coup d’état at the palace.

“The turning point will be in the second half of August,” he told Sky News.

“Most active combat operations will be completed by the end of this year.”

He added: “It will eventually lead to a leadership change in the Russian Federation.

“That process has already started and they are moving in that direction.”

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