Vladmir Putin’s ‘slumped pose’ with ‘sloping’ clothes in bizarre public appearance – Archyde


Vladimir Putin adopted an unusually “relaxed attitude” while speaking to young entrepreneurs and specialists in a bizarre Q&A session at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum.

Wladimir Putin "collapsed" in his chair during his last public appearance
Vladimir Putin “slumped” in his chair during his last public appearance

Vladimir Putin “slumped” in his chair and left his clothes “crooked” in his most recent public appearance, a body language expert has said.

The warmonger’s tie and shirt faced opposite directions as he sat down for a question-and-answer session at the International Economic Forum in St. Petersburg.

Putin, 69, leaned back in his chair and grinned as he spoke to young entrepreneurs and specialists during Thursday’s event.

Body language expert Judi James said the “smug” despot may have been trying to look like a “celebrating winner” amid Ukraine’s ongoing war.

She told The Mirror: “For a man who is usually impeccably dressed, his pose has his tie crooked and his shirt seems to be gaping between the buttons.

Putin pulled his tie down the front of his shirt when he realized it was “crooked”.


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“At one point he seems to be aware that his stomach is pointing one way and his tie another, and pulls his tie back up the front of his shirt, although he seems perfectly comfortable with this sign of the disorder.

“That kind of smugness, combined with humor and a relaxed pose, seems indicative of a man finding irony or sarcasm in the current global tension and threat.”

In the bizarre public appearance, Putin even compared himself to 18th-century Russian autocrat Peter the Great, who conquered Swedish territory.

In the bizarre question and answer session, Putin compared himself to Peter the Great



Ms James said: “Putin flops back diagonally in his chair and here he shows his bizarre comedic side.

“[He holds]the mic in one hand like a standee and uses a body language close to showboating when speaking to an audience of young entrepreneurs.

“He’s clearly enjoying himself and clearly enjoying the opportunity to act as both a happy entertainer and an invader of Ukraine who talks non-stop and seemingly unscripted.

“His facial expression is smug and his body language is slumped but lively.”

Ms James said Putin’s “warmth and humor” seemed “terrifying” given the chaos he had unleashed in the world.

The despot seemed blissfully detached from the war in Ukraine



She added: “It looks like an attempt to belittle yourself with sneer and laughter and then maybe blithely play the role of the celebrating winner.

“He works the audience, raising eyebrows and even laughing out loud while using small nods in a spin to engage the young people in front of him.

“His pose of casual bonhomie is at odds with some of his comments.

“His left hand and arm are the ones gesturing, tapping, and whizzing through the air in a way that may put an end to speculation about his dangling left arm in other performances.

A Russian military strike devastated buildings in the town of Druzhkivka in eastern Ukraine



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“His face is also incredibly flexible here, which could also indicate a lack of botox, which is another theory.

“His good humor is at odds with current stories about his health, although the body slump looks counterintuitive.

“If this is a made up act, it’s a very well performed one because he really seems to be enjoying himself, increasing the grins and show-boating as he warms to his subject and receives polite smiles from his audience.”

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