VLADIMIR Putin has “went on a rampage” from his cancer treatment with steroids – causing his face to swell and his lust for violence, intelligence chiefs have claimed.
It thinks The Russian leader’s decision to invade Ukraine may have been aroused not only by his unstable mental state, but also by a disturbing state of physical health.
Putin, 69, is described as “old and fat” in photos released by the Kremlin.
And strangely, the ruler forced the visitor to sit some distance away from him.
Putin is tight-lipped about his health – but there has been much speculation over the years.
Currently, senior figures in the Five Eyes intelligence alliance believe that his decision to invade Ukraine was because of medical treatment.
A security source told MailOnline: “Only human resources can give you the rich picture we have of Putin’s soul.
“There has been a recognizable change in his decision-making over the past five years.
“Those around him noticed a marked change in the honesty and clarity of what he said and how he saw the world around him.”
They believe he is suffering from a brain condition, such as Parkinson’s disease or a more general form of dementia – or has cancer.
Another theory is that he was suffering from a “rage” from long-term steroid use.
Side effects of steroids include an increased risk of infection – which it is claimed could explain his paranoia about catching Covid.
In a case of extreme social distancing, Emmanuel Macron was forced to sit at the other end of a 13ft wide table during a meeting with the Russian President.
Putin’s foreign minister, Sergei Lavrov, also sits at the other end of an absurdly long table.
Many of Putin’s visitors, including staff and politicians, were forced to quarantine in hotels for two weeks before meeting him.
It is also reported that visitors to the Kremlin must go through a complex disinfectant spray tunnel.
Steroids can also cause “mood and behavior changes”.
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