Western intelligence suggests Putin terminally ill
Retired British Royal Navy Admiral Chris Parry suggested that President Vladimir Putin is “a man in a hurry” and added that his alleged terminal illness could explain his hasty invasion of Ukraine
March 7, 2022 2:20pm
Updated: March 8, 2022 7:50am
On Sunday, the Los Angeles Times released a series of letters in which individuals attempt to divine “information from Putin’s odd behavior” and sickly appearance – often concluding that Putin must be mentally or physically ill.
Cancer? AIDS? Mental illness? A fractured ego? The diagnoses by "Putinologists" go on and on and should be taken with a grain (or two) of salt.
However, a former intelligence officer who now works at the Pentagon has suggested that the Russian president is suffering from bowel cancer and his “puffy face” is a sign that he is enduring chemotherapy or a strong steroids regiment, MSN News reported.
"His look suggests he is in pain and our people suggest his angry look is most likely as a result of him being in agony. Our people are confident he is ill – he is concerned about COVID-19 as he keeps his staff at a distance,” the source noted.
Similarly, retired British Royal Navy Admiral Chris Parry suggested that President Vladimir Putin is “a man in a hurry” and added that his alleged terminal illness could explain his hasty invasion of Ukraine.
“He has been using these very long tables to interview people," Falklands veteran Rear Adm Parry said. "I think his immune system might be suppressed at the moment. So he is a man in a hurry,” Parry said while hosting an online debate with schoolchildren in Portsmouth, Hampshire on Friday evening.
Parry also described how the war began and warned that Putin might be reckless in his escalation as his biological clock runs out.
"What I think will happen is he will occupy Ukraine to the east of the Dnieper [river], he will totally occupy this region known as “New Russia” across the bottom of the country, cutting Ukraine off from the Black Sea, and he will leave that rump of the north-west, to the west of Kyiv to it’s own devices as long as it stays neutral."
Putin first ordered the invasion of Ukraine on Feb. 24 and has since issued several warnings of nuclear escalation if the West interferes in his war against his southern neighbor.
But Parry warned that Putin might not stop after finishing operations in Ukraine, citing Moldova as his potential “next target.” Presently, Moldova is not part of NATO and is constitutionally neutral.