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Former KGB Agent Raises Concerns About Putin’s Health and Paranoia




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In a surprising revelation, a former KGB agent who defected to the West has expressed concerns about the health and mental state of Russian President Vladimir Putin, Your Content has learned.

Boris Karpichkov, renowned for his insider knowledge, has suggested that members of Putin’s inner circle may be unaware of his deteriorating health.

According to Karpichkov, Putin’s physical and mental well-being are in decline, with signs pointing to the early stages of dementia and Parkinson’s disease.

The ex-KGB agent also highlighted Putin’s increasing obsession with paranoid ideas, drawing parallels to the late Soviet leader, Joseph Stalin, who famously lived his final years in a state of heightened paranoia.

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Karpichkov’s claims shed light on a potential secrecy surrounding Putin’s condition, suggesting that his inner circle may be deliberately kept unaware of his health issues.

These revelations raise questions about the future leadership of Russia and the potential impact of Putin’s declining health on the country’s political landscape.

It is important to note that these assertions come from a single source, and further verification is required to substantiate the claims made by Karpichkov.

However, they serve as a reminder of the ongoing speculation surrounding Putin’s health and the potential ramifications for the nation he leads, according to The SUN.

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