Secret recording says Putin gravely ill with blood cancer, ‘coup’ is underway

There has been much speculation about Vladimir Putin’s health since he ordered the invasion of Ukraine.

Reports and speculation range from Parkinson’s disease to cancer. My colleague Bob Hoge noted that Putin pulled out of a hockey game he always played. He sent a video message, despite being at the same complex where the match was being played. He has previously claimed that hockey has contributed to his longevity and he has used his participation in the game to silence rumors about his health. In the video, he was seen with dark patches on his cheeks, according to reports. He was also seen limping and carrying a blanket over his legs during the Victory Day Parade on Monday.

Now there is a new report that Putin is “very sick with blood cancer”.

According to the New Lines magazine report, a Russian oligarch close to the Kremlin admitted on audio tape to a Western venture capitalist in mid-March that Putin had undergone back surgery related to blood cancer.

But the recording represents rare testimony from someone with proven ties to the Russian government that its fanatical dictator may well be gravely ill. And the oligarch had no idea he was taped.

A Western venture capitalist recorded the conversation in mid-March without the oligarch’s foreknowledge or consent. The source provided the recording to New Lines on the condition that we do not identify him publicly. He says he betrayed a colleague’s trust out of disgust for the war in Ukraine – a disgust his secretly shared interlocutor evidently shares. “He completely ruined the Russian economy, the Ukrainian economy and many other economies – ruined [them] absolutely,” the oligarch says of Putin. “The problem comes from his head. … A madman can turn the world upside down.

The oligarch New Lines calls “Yuri” said they all hope Putin is dead.

Yuri also blurts out, denouncing the war in vehement terms, destroying the Kremlin’s original pretense of “trying to find Nazis and Fascists.” Yuri goes on to say that “we all hope” that Putin dies of his cancer or perhaps of an internal intervention in Moscow, such as a coup d’etat to spare Russia further misfortunes – either an accidental change of pronoun, is a reflection of a shared oligarchic opinion. Moreover, Yuri personally accuses Putin of having killed “more than 15,000 Russian soldiers and 4,000 or 5,000 civilians in Ukraine. It’s incredible. Why? He killed more people than in 10 years in the [Soviet] Afghanistan War.

It’s important to note that people can be thrown in jail for any “misinformation” out there, so people probably wouldn’t gossip unnecessarily knowing what the outcome might be. New Lines says they know who the oligarch is but don’t identify him for obvious reasons. They note that it was not the right time to be an oligarch.

A total of eight oligarchs, many involved in Russia’s lucrative energy sector, have been found dead since January; two in eerily similar circumstances as far apart geographically as Catalonia and Moscow, alongside their wives and children, whom they allegedly murdered before taking their own lives.

On top of that, the FSB has been ordered not to speculate on Putin’s health and to ignore speculation that he has only months to live. This of course has the opposite effect, making people think there is a serious problem going on. When the FSB doesn’t want you to talk about something, chances are that means it’s probably true.

Finally, Ukraine’s head of military intelligence, Major General Kyrylo Budanov, also told Sky News that Putin was gravely ill and that a “coup was underway”.

According to Budanov:

The breaking point will be in the second half of August.

“Most of the active combat actions will be completed by the end of this year.

“As a result, we will renew Ukrainian power over all our territories that we have lost, including Donbass and Crimea. »

General Budanov also told Sky News that defeat in Ukraine would lead to the removal of the Russian leader and the disintegration of the country.

“It will eventually lead to the change of leadership of the Russian Federation. This process has already been launched and they are moving in this direction.

Does this mean a coup is underway?

“Yes,” he replied.

“They move that way and it’s impossible to stop it. »

He claimed that Mr Putin was in a “very bad psychological and physical condition and that he was very ill”.

Budanov obviously has a reason to push the propaganda, but it adds another voice not only to the “Putin is very sick” club, but also that he faces people who want to take him out.

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