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How Vladimir Putin survived five assassination attempts


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How Vladimir Putin survived five assassination attempts from UK to Azerbaijan

Mr Putin is now said to be so fearful and paranoid over another attempt on his life he has surrounded himself with crack snipers and is thought to travel everywhere with them.

The elite team have one very important job – to locate other shooters and “take them out”.

The Russian President is said to have become obsessed with the idea that he may be assassinated, and has been seeking protection in his isolated bunker.

He reportedly also has food tasters to protect him against poisoning.

There have also been rumours the former KGB spy ordered special gloves to protect his skin from possible exposure to killer substances.

Even his daily morning swim is no longer sacred, as he has the water tested multiple times a day to check chemical levels.

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And that nutcase is in charge of the largest country on Planet Earth.

It'd be funny, if it wasn't so sad.

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About Putin's illness :

“Yes, we fully confirm the information that Putin has cancer. He has several serious diseases, one of which is cancer. But to hope that Putin will die tomorrow is not worth it. He has at least a few more years. Whether we like it or not, it's true," Budanov said.

According to him, Putin is at a loss and is thinking about choosing a successor, but he is afraid. In addition, the dictator has significantly reduced access to himself and keeps everyone at a certain distance.

“There have already been several such people. Looking at certain manic syndromes in him, most likely he is afraid to seriously prepare a successor, realizing that during the preparation this successor may want to sit in a chair a little earlier than Putin wants. Therefore, he keeps everyone at a certain distance.” This was stated by the head of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, Kirill Budanov, in an interview with Ukrayinska Pravda.

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1 hour ago, Coil said:

About Putin's illness :

“Yes, we fully confirm the information that Putin has cancer. He has several serious diseases, one of which is cancer. But to hope that Putin will die tomorrow is not worth it. He has at least a few more years. Whether we like it or not, it's true," Budanov said.

According to him, Putin is at a loss and is thinking about choosing a successor, but he is afraid. In addition, the dictator has significantly reduced access to himself and keeps everyone at a certain distance.

“There have already been several such people. Looking at certain manic syndromes in him, most likely he is afraid to seriously prepare a successor, realizing that during the preparation this successor may want to sit in a chair a little earlier than Putin wants. Therefore, he keeps everyone at a certain distance.” This was stated by the head of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, Kirill Budanov, in an interview with Ukrayinska Pravda.

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An assassination without a coup wouldn't change much if the people behind Putin would stay in charge.  The same with him dying of cancer and nominating a successor.  There has to be a total overthrow and desire for Democracy by the Elite and the majority of the population and I'm not even sure the majority of Russians want him replaced.

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