Did Vladimir Putin have cancer? The evidence that the Russian head of state is ill is increasing – and causing new speculation.
- Wladimir Putin, the President of the Russian Federation, should on Krebs be sick.
- Stand now the assertion becomes one Putin critic from official bodies in Russia denied.
- Still, there are rumors surrounding Putin’s daughter Katerina Tikhonova as new president from 2021 the round.
Update from Wednesday, November 25th, 2020, 10:34 a.m .: The evidence of a battered state of health of Wladimir Putin condense. As the Frankfurter Rundschau reports, the Russian head of state did not take part Celebrity gala “Night hockey league” last Saturday, November 21st, 2020.
This is unusual, given that Putin has been kicking the puck at the sports event for VIPs and Kremlin-affiliated celebrities since 2011. This year, the Russian President only sent his greeting. The avid hockey player has not yet participated in a hockey gala in 2020. The speculation about an illness of Vladimir Putin with Krebs or Parkinson’s * are only fueled by it.
And more rumors from Moscow make all over Russia the round: A masseuse who looks after many parliamentarians as customers predicts “huge changes” in the State Duma. The Frankfurter Rundschau refers to the historian Valeri Slowej.
Did Vladimir Putin have cancer? Rumors are making the rounds in Russia
First report from Monday, November 23rd, 2020, 4.47 p.m .: Kassel / Moscow – is Russian politics facing a tide change? From the Kremlin (Russia) rumors emerge that could stir up international politics. According to an insider it is Wladimir Putin an Got cancer. The President of the Russian Federation should therefore prepare his successor.
According to the insider report, the future president should already be determined. Putin is said to have designated his own daughter Katerina Tikhonova for the post. The incumbent Russian wants to start at the beginning of 2021 President to step down from his office.
Russia: Vladimir Putin has cancer? He should have a very healthy lifestyle
Usually is about the health of the most important man in Russia made a big secret. According to rumors, a separate department takes care of the physical well-being of Wladimir Putin. The 68-year-old is said to be according to official sources stand in full juice.
“From a medical point of view it is Putin is significantly younger than he would be according to his age“, One of his personal physicians, Sergei Mironov, once said. Putin’s lifestyle is very prudent and healthy. He prefers honey tea and gets regular massages. The Russian politician is rather skeptical about drugs. The media in this huge empire also repeatedly emphasize the sportiness of the president. He can be seen repeatedly on TV appearances in judo or horse riding.
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But how real are these images? The rumors of Putin got cancer Valery Solovei, a well-known critic by the President of Russia to the British newspaper Daily Mail. According to this, Putin is said to have had an operation in early 2020.
Vladimir Putin: Does the President of Russia have cancer and Parkinson’s?
„Insider“ Valery Solovei is a political scientist and was in Russia Head of the public relations department at the Moscow State Institute for International Relations until mid-2019. He resigned on the advice of the university management. “For political” reasons, as he claims.
But even before Solovei’s conversation with the Daily Mail, there was speculation that he was in poor health Wladimir Putin. The Daily Mail refers to relevant documents that have unintentionally reached the public.
Solovei claims that Putin not only from cancer but also from Parkinson’s is sick. This makes an early resignation inevitable. However, the Putin critic does not want to be completely committed: “I am not a doctor and cannot give an exact diagnosis”.
Signs of cancer? Vladimir Putin shows health problems on television
Solvei is apparently not the only one who cares about the health of President Putin is concerned. In Russia According to the Daily Mail, the public should pay particular attention to signs of Parkinson’s when their head of state appears. Accordingly, it should have been noticed that Putin repeatedly drinks from a cup of alleged medication when appearing on TV.
Putin’s trembling legs under the table are said to be another indication of the incurable nervous disease. More recently, Putin’s violent coughing fit while appearing on TV fueled speculation about his health. The rumor about one suspected cancer is also not entirely new.
Are false cancer rumors supposed to weaken Putin’s power in Russia?
As early as 2014, rumors spread about a supposed one Cancer disease of Vladimir Putin. In the past, speculations about Putin’s health problems have surfaced again and again in the public and in the media when the 68-year-old had disappeared from the public for some time.
Nice 2014 experts suspected that Putin’s opponents through wild rumors the political position of the almost inviolable Head of Russia wanted to weaken, as the Focus reports. And in 2020 the Kremlin vehemently denies the cancer reports.
Will Vladimir Putin’s daughter become the new President of Russia?
A woman at the helm of Russia’s giant empire would be a world sensation. If the rumors are true, it would be Katerina Tikhonova the first female president in Russia. But so far, the 34-year-old is politically a rather blank slate.
Katerina is one of two daughters of Vladimir Putin and the German teacher Lyudmila Schkrebnewa and born in Dresden. She is head of the innovation project Innopraktika at Lomonossow University in Moscow. The project has a budget of $ 1.7 billion. She also took part in the World Economic Forum in Davos.
She also became public in Russia through her participation in international dance competitions. Among other things, she is Vice President of the World Rock’n’Roll Confederation. Katerina Tikhonova is married to Kirill Schamalow, son of the billionaire and Putin supporter Nikolai Schamalow. (Philipp Zettler) * Fr.de.de is part of the Ippen-Digital editorial network
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