Fears have been shared about Russian President Putin’s mental health, with pandemic rumors rattling his mind, leading to the brutal invasion of Ukraine.
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Experts fear that the Covid-19 pandemic has affected Vladimir Putin’s mental health, fueling the paranoia that led to the invasion of Ukraine.
The Russian president has limited contact with people during the worst of events in the past two years, with those in his inner circle having to quarantine before being seen in audience.
Putin’s insistence that he has ordered troops into the territory of his peaceful neighbor to protect those subjected to bullying and genocide – without evidence – has raised fears about the health of the people. his mental health.
He also said his troops were there to demilitarize and de-fascist “Ukraine, a claim that surprised the leaders of the besieged nation.
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Some claim that Putin is still feeling the effects of the “brain fog”, as a result of the prolonged Covid.
Other examples that point to potential causes for alarm in the Kremlin leader, 69, include rumors that he has practically lived in seclusion since the start of the pandemic. Such is his concern about the virus, he insists the meetings are held via video link – or over ridiculously long tables that require each participant to sit at either end.
His inner ring is also forced to provide stool samples several times a week so that Putin does not become infected.
Marco Rubio, Republican Senator from Florida, tweeted: “I wish I could share more, but now I can say it’s pretty clear to a lot of people that something is wrong with Putin.
“He has always been a killer, but his problems are different and meaningful now.
“It would be a mistake to assume that Putin will react the same way he did five years ago.
“Putin’s inner ring goes with #UkraineInvasion The plan they knew was unrealistic and could lead to a quagmire.
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“Soon they may have to decide whether to follow through on new orders that make them internationally wanted war criminals for life.”
“This is a very dangerous time.”
Time “He (Putin) has withdrawn a lot during the last two years,” said Tatiana Stanovaya, of political analysis firm R.Politik. He has become detached from the bureaucracy, from the establishment, from the elite.
“He spends a lot of time alone burying his own fears and thoughts.”
Meanwhile, the invasion of Ukraine will not go as planned and will fail if Kyiv does not fail within 10 days because Vladimir Putin will run out of money.
The operation is estimated to cost £15 billion a day and is failing due to the Kremlin’s overconfidence.
The Russians are said to be shocked by the resistance carried out by the brave Ukrainians, who are fighting with guns against the invaders.
Earlier today, the Russian President praised his special forces for “gallantly carrying out their military duties” during his invasion of Ukraine.
It takes place in the context that the Russian army has so far not captured the capital of Kyiv.
In a televised address, he said: “Specially grateful to those who have heroically performed their military service these days during special operations in support of the Donbas people’s republics. .
“The heroic tradition of special forces is rooted in our military’s centuries-old history.”
The unprovoked invasion of neighboring Ukraine by Russian forces under President Vladimir Putin has sparked bloodshed and chaos.
With Putin’s troops shelling cities across Ukraine and the nation’s troops vowing to fight to the death to protect their lands, observers fear the death toll will be huge.
So far, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky has confirmed that 137 civilians and military personnel was killed on the country on the first day of the invasion of Russia.
In a speech to his people, Mr. Zelensky revealed another 316 was wounded in the fighting.
The death toll is expected to rise on the night of February 25, Ukraine Deputy Defense Minister Hanna Maliar announced almost 3,000 Russian soldiers died in the first two days of the deep invasion
She wrote in a post on Facebook that “the aggressor country’s troops suffered the following losses (estimated) as of 3 p.m. Friday”, before listing “up to 80” tanks; 516 “armored combat vehicles of all kinds”; 10 aircraft; Seven helicopters and 2,800 “special personnel” that Russia claims are among the losses Russia has suffered.
Meanwhile, the official Twitter page of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine stated in a tweet that “today the number of losses from the occupying forces of the Russian Federation is more than 1 thousand.”
These claims have yet to be independently verified.
Despite that, Riho Terras – former Estonian defenseman, tweeted: “Putin is very angry.
“He thinks the whole fight will be easy and everything will be done in one to four days.”
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