Diseases of Vladimir Putin: Russian President Vladimir Putin is reportedly suffering from brain disorder (brain disease) due to dementia. He also suffers from Parkinson’s (tremor or unsteadiness in the body) and rhoid rage (disease of aggression or anger) due to taking steroids for the treatment of cancer.
Recently, such a claim was made in media reports. In fact, the British media organization Daily Mail had published a report in this regard, quoting ‘Five Eyes’, an intelligence alliance consisting of Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the UK and the US. Since then, many questions started arising on Putin’s health.
Five Eyes claims about the health of the Russian President
Five Eyes intelligence officials had said that behind Putin’s decision to invade Ukraine, reasons related to his health have come to the fore. A senior intelligence officer of Five Eyes has justified this by citing Kremlin sources.
Referring to footage of Putin’s meeting with guests in the Kremlin, officials said the Russian president’s behavior looked extremely strange. He looked bloated and kept a surprising distance with the guests. Officials had claimed that in the last about five years there has been a clear change in the decision making of the Russian President.
Former British officials apprehensive about Putin
Earlier, former British Foreign Secretary Lord David Owen had also said something similar. He had said that Putin could be on anabolic steroids. It promotes aggression inside the person. Owen had said that Putin’s immunity may have been compromised or he may have been given cortical steroids for some other disease. He had said that Putin is on those steroids which are given to people doing body lifting and weight lifting.
Sir Richard Dearlove, the former head of the British Secret Service, also recently said that Putin is showing signs of ‘losing his temper’. He had said that he does not know whether it is true or not. He expressed apprehension that Putin may also be suffering from Parkinson’s.
Former Russian spy of M16 had made this claim
In May last year, former Russian spy Christopher Steele of Britain’s spy agency M16 also claimed that Vladimir Putin may have a serious illness. Steel had told Sky News that Putin’s health could also be a reason behind the open attack on Ukraine.
Medical professionals’ stance on Putin’s health
Recently, in a Deutsche Welle report, quoting medical professionals, there was a refusal to give importance to the rumors about Putin’s health. Russian President Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov also did not give any answer to the questions related to Putin’s health.
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