Cancer-stricken Putin’s body language “shows he’s in crippling pain” — as the despot rushes to cement his place in history

CANCER-plagued Vladimir Putin is in visibly crippling pain it has been claimed – as the despot rushes to cement his gory place in history before illness overwhelms him.

The Russian leader had a manic look in Moscow’s Red Square as he celebrated breaking international law to annex four regions of Ukraine.

Vladimir Putin is seriously ill and is said to be leaning forward in pain at meetings

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Vladimir Putin is seriously ill and is said to be leaning forward in pain at meetings
Putin wore a manic expression during a parade in Moscow's Red Square on Friday

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Putin wore a manic expression during a parade in Moscow’s Red Square on FridayPhoto credit: East2West
Putin's health has been in the spotlight after the dictator was spotted

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Putin’s health has been in the spotlight after the dictator was spotted “in pain” during a televised meeting, clinging to a table

In his speech, a threatening Putin said: “We have become stronger because we are together.

“The truth is behind us, and in truth there is strength, which means victory. The victory will be ours.”

However, rumors persist that his health is failing and he is seeking his place in posterity, even as it deteriorates.

A new but unsubstantiated report by Telegram channel General SVR claimed that before an important meeting in war rooms, Putin “complained of aching pains in the abdominal cavity that could not be stopped quickly, and he kept the meeting hunched forward, trying to adopt a natural posture.” to maintain”.

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The Russian strongman was last seen in pain during his meeting in Sochi with Belarusian dictator Alexander Lukashenko this week.

The channel explained: “Putin’s oncology is progressing and despite adequate treatment recently, the pain is not always completely relieved.

“It must be understood that the deplorable state of the President’s physical and mental health affects the adoption of important decisions.

“Putin doesn’t want to change history, he wants to end it.”

The broadcaster has long claimed that Putin suffers from serious illnesses including abdominal cancer, early-stage Parkinson’s disease and schizoaffective disorder.

There have been Western claims about Putin’s health, notably from ex-MI6 chief Sir Richard Dearlove, who said the Russian leader needs to be sent to a sanatorium for medical problems and will be gone by 2023.

This week, political scientist Valery Solovey claimed that Putin’s condition was “deteriorating dramatically.”

He also claimed that Putin’s secret medical conditions influenced his assessment of the war.

The self-proclaimed health expert – who claims to have sources within Putin’s circle – said: “All the decisions he made… on February 24 [start Russian invasion of Ukraine] and 21.09 [start of mobilisation] are a direct consequence of its physiological status.

“Directly in terms of physiological health and in relation to the psyche [health].”

Russian independent media Proekt suggested that during official visits, Putin is constantly surrounded by top Russian medics, including cancer specialists.

They are to monitor him closely in public and behind the scenes.

In June, Ukrainian officials claimed the evil tyrant was suffering from “serious” illnesses and could die within two years.

Speaking to USA Today, Ukraine’s intelligence chief, Major General Kyrylo O. Budanov, said Putin “doesn’t have a long life ahead of him.”

In another interview with Sky News, the general insisted that Putin was in “very bad mental and physical condition and very ill”.

It comes after a top oligarch reportedly claimed in the audio recording obtained by New Lines Magazine that Putin was “very ill with blood cancer”.

It’s not clear what kind of cancer Putin might have.

Experts have been trying in vain to predict Putin’s health for a long time.

The Russian leader will announce the annexation of four Ukrainian regions

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The Russian leader will announce the annexation of four Ukrainian regionsPhoto credit: Reuters
Putin has built his reputation on his strongman image

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Putin has built his reputation on his strongman imageCredit: AP

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