Putin to Undergo Cancer Surgery, Hand Over Power to Ex-Spy Chief

A Kremlin insider has reportedly suggested that Vladimir Putin will have cancer surgery and give over control to his hardline spy chief, Nikolai Patrushev.

Russian tyrant’s health has been the subject of much curiosity following rumors that he is fighting both abdominal cancer and Parkinson’s disease at the same time.

Vladimir Putin May Hand Over Power to Ex-Spy Chief

The 69-year-old Putin, however, may soon vanish under the knife, and authority will be given to Nikolai Patrushev, according to recent reports.

The key architect of the Ukraine war strategy, Patrushev, 70, has been credited with convincing Putin that the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv, was saturated in neo-Nazis.

General SVR, a Russian news organization that originally highlighted concerns about Putin’s health about 18 months ago, reported the claim.

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“Putin has discussed that he will be undergoing medical procedures,” says an anonymous former high-ranking Kremlin military officer.

According to an anonymous source, “doctors insist that he needs an operation but the date has not yet been determined” may be heard on a video.

It is expected that the President will be out of commission for a short period of time following the upcoming operation and recovery.

Last month, Putin was photographed clutching a desk fiercely while meeting with Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu. The President’s health has been questioned following the incident.

The New York Post reports that doctors have recommended Putin get the surgery. Former Russian Foreign Intelligence Service Lieutenant General, according to the claim, runs a Telegram channel and said:-

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“We know that Putin signaled to Patrushev that he considers him to be practically his only trusted ally and friend in the government,” the post claimed. “Additionally, the president promised that if his health takes a turn for the worse, actual control of the country will temporarily pass into Patrushev’s hands.”

As secretary of Russia’s Security Council, Patrushev has significant influence and reports directly to Putin, providing recommendations on military and security matters within Russia. With Patrushev wielding so much influence, it’s no wonder that Patrushev is largely considered a Putin ally.

“Patrushev is an outright villain. He is no better than Vladimir Putin. Moreover, he is a more cunning and, I would say, more insidious person than Vladimir Putin. If he comes to power, Russians’ problems will only multiply,” the owner of the Telegram channel which claimed Putin’s cancer surgery said.

It’s been said that Putin won’t agree to hand up authority for an extended amount of time and that Patrushev will have the leadership of the country for little more than two or three days at most.

“He will have surgery and while he is incapacitated,” he says, adding that he, “thinks it’ll be for a short time”.

Patrushev’s appointment came after a two-hour “heart to heart” conversation with Putin, according to a source.

According to the telegram channel, Putin’s health could deteriorate further.

“What if, all of a sudden, Putin displays particularly severe health issues?” the telegram channel further stated.

“We are well aware that he has cancer and Parkinson’s disease, as we have stated many times.”

After a period of control, the disease’s course has begun to deteriorate.

While the specific date of Putin’s hospitalization is unknown, it is quite improbable that he will do so before May 9, when he will preside over the enormous Red Victory Day celebrations honoring the defeat of Nazi Germany.

Russian President Vladimir Putin is expected to declare the mobilization of his military reserves on this date, UK Defense Secretary Ben Wallace said.

According to what he told London’s BBC, “He is probably going to declare… that we are now at war with the world’s Nazis and we need to mass mobilize the Russian people.

“Putin, having failed in nearly all objectives, may seek to consolidate what he’s got…and just be a sort of cancerous growth within the country.”

Vladimir Putin has been asked to eliminate the term “special operation” and instead declare war on Ukraine, which would allow for the broad mobilization of Russian forces.

If there were an all-out conflict, Moscow would be able to increase the number of conscripts, establish martial law, and seek backing from its international allies – including Belarus.

According to a reliable Russian military insider who spoke to The Telegraph: “Because of this, the military is furious that the bombardment on Kyiv was a complete flop.

“People in the army are seeking vengeance for failures of the past, and they want to go further in Ukraine.”

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