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Putin’s mental health is “poor” and there is a “very real threat” he may launch nuclear weapons, a “Kremlin insider” claims.

VLADIMIR Putin’s mental health is “poor” and the threat that he might launch nuclear weapons is “very real,” an oligarch close to the tyrant has revealed.

The billionaire has told his staff that “stories about him going insane are no joke” amid fears the Russian leader could declare war on Ukraine.

Concerns have been raised about Vladimir Putin's mental health

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Concerns have been raised about Vladimir Putin’s mental healthPhoto credit: Getty
The Russian tyrant was seen clutching a desk

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The Russian tyrant was seen clutching a deskPhoto credit: East2West

Putin, 69, will take part in a grand parade commemorating the victory over Nazi Germany in World War II and could use the event to order a mass mobilization.

The Russian tyrant’s health has been a source of considerable speculation amid reports he is battling both stomach cancer and Parkinson’s disease.

A source said that the oligarch and insider “told me that big corporations, which are closely linked to power, are sitting as still as mice because the emperor’s madness is real and the threat of nuclear strike is also very real.”

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“They told me that Putin’s mental health is indeed poor and stories about him going nuts are not a joke,” the source said.

“There’s a really serious trauma there that everyone is afraid of the consequences.”

The oligarch is a household name in Russia, having known the Russian leader closely for many decades.

Other reports suggest that Putin has early-stage Parkinson’s disease and is clinging to a desk to avoid involuntary shaking.

As revealed by Russia expert Christo Grozev, Putin is no longer trusted by the billionaires close to him who believe he has cancer.

Grozev, who works for respected British investigator Bellingcat, told Ukraine’s TV-24 that those close to Putin, “including oligarchs” and “all the elite,” believe he has cancer.

“People next to him believe he has such a disease. It is becoming a factor in Russian domestic politics.

“Because people don’t believe Putin anymore, don’t believe that he can be their guarantor.”

Other reports suggest that Putin has early-stage Parkinson’s disease and is clinging to a desk to avoid involuntary shaking.

Another Kremlin insider has reportedly claimed that Putin will undergo cancer surgery and hand over power to his hard-line spy boss, Nikolai Patrushev.

Shadowy Patrushev, 70, is considered the key architect of Ukraine’s war strategy and the man who convinced Putin that Kyiv was being invaded by neo-Nazis.

The allegation was reported by Russian media outlet General SVR, which first raised questions about Putin’s health about 18 months ago.

They quote an anonymous former senior Kremlin military as saying: “Putin has discussed that he will undergo medical procedures.”

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In a video in which the source, whose voice appears to be disguised, reveals that “doctors are insisting he needs surgery but the date has not yet been set.”

“He’s going to have surgery and while he’s off work,” he says, adding that he “believes it will only be for a short time.”

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