VLADIMIR Putin looked nervous and hunched as rumors about his health continued to circulate.
New footage today shows Putin meeting his close ally, Belarusian dictator Alexander Lukashenko.
Sitting in a chair, Russia’s mad tyrant seemed uncomfortable once again.
He sat awkwardly in his chair and sat hunched over in front of the cameras during the Sochi meeting.
His left foot appears to be constantly moving as he unnaturally rotates on his heel three times in less than a minute.
The dictator also rubs his fingers together while his hands appear to be twitching – he flexes them and presses his thumb into his palm.
Vlad seems to grimace and gasp on occasion – which only fuels more rumors and speculation about his health.
Lukashenko, meanwhile, is nodding along with his closest ally as he attempts to hip-join Belarus to Russia.
Putin is looking increasingly haggard in recent appearances – the tyrant will be 70 in October.
It’s unclear if it’s the natural aging process or if there’s something seriously wrong with it.
Kremlin officials have consistently denied rumors about Putin’s condition.
Reports suggest the bloated Vlad is suffering from cancer, early-stage dementia and Parkinson’s.
And his physical condition has visibly deteriorated.
It’s a far cry from the strongman image he once tried to portray with hunting photos and shirtless riding.
Lukashenko was previously pictured alongside Putin as the bully looked shaky and unsteady on his feet.
He is said to be one of the few people who know the “real state of affairs about Putin’s health”.
Previously it was claimed that Lukashenko meetings should show that Putin is fit and healthy.
There are also rumors that Putin may have recently undergone surgery related to cancer treatment.
Experts have pointed out that in recent public appearances, Putin has looked “weakened” and has even seen a doctor who specializes in thyroid cancer.
The report by investigative Proekt media – which is blocked in Russia – says surgeon Yevgeny Selivanov from Moscow’s Central Clinical Hospital had flown no fewer than 35 times to the Russian leader in the Black Sea resort of Sochi.
The discovery supports recent theories that Putin declared war when he was suffering from medical problems hidden from the Russian people.
Back in November 2020, political analyst Valery Solovei exposed the cancer and Parkinson’s theory, claiming that Putin would also need to undergo emergency surgery.
Video footage showed Putin’s leg moving constantly and his fingers twitching, supporting the Parkinson’s theory.
Putin also suffered a coughing fit during a televised meeting, but claims about his health have been denied by the Kremlin.
The report also identifies medical professionals who regularly accompany Putin on trips, particularly to Sochi, which he prefers to Moscow.
In addition to Selivanov, the Russian head of state is also being pursued by a neurosurgeon.
Another surgeon, Dr. Alexey Shcheglov, “follows Putin so relentlessly that he allegedly ends up in joint photos with the head of state at public events”.
The Kremlin is believed to tightly control Putin’s appearances – including limiting the time of his meetings to try to maintain his strong personality.
“In 2013 he held a symbolic faceoff and watched the game from the stands.”
At that time, health problems were also blamed.
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