Alleged Russian plot uncovered to “sabotage” Putin while he underwent chemotherapy for his cancer and end the war

Alleged Russian plot uncovered to “sabotage” Putin while he underwent chemotherapy for his cancer and end the war

This is not the first time rumors have circulated that the Russian president, Vladimir Putinis reportedly undergoing chemotherapy treatment to treat the alleged cancer he would suffer from, but now it has resurfaced again in papers leaked from inside the U.S. Pentagon, which would also pick up a alleged sabotage of two members of the military leadership Russian.

According to several media outlets such as. Independent and advanced the British Daily MailIn leaked U.S. intelligence documents, the secretary of Russia’s National Security Council, Nikolay Patrushevand the chief of the Russian General Staff, Valery GerasimovThe “alleged sabotage” of Putin’s plans for the war in Ukraine while he was undergoing chemotherapy cycles.

The aforementioned medium collects some photographs of the alleged reports, on which one can read the caption “Ukraine learns of an alleged Russian plot to ‘throw away’ (which the British media interprets as ‘deliberately lose’) the so-called special military operation on March 5.”

The text reads, “(Text omitted). on February 17 he learned of an alleged Russian plot to ‘launch’ the so-called ‘special military operation’.presumably in an attempt to sabotage Russian President Vladimir Putin. According to (strikethrough text), who received the information from an unnamed Russian source with access to Kremlin officials, Russia planned to divert resources from Taganrog (Russia) to Mariupol (Ukraine) and focus its attention on the southern front.. According to this source (again omitted), the plan for the ‘offensive’ (no further information) was allegedly a strategy devised by Russian National Security Council Secretary Nikolay Patrushev and Russian Chief of General Staff Valery Gerasimov to presumably sabotage Putin,” the document continues.

Ukrainian soldiers deployed in Bakhmut.

“According to the source, Gerasimov opposed the offensive.; he informed Putin that the capabilities of the Ukrainian Armed Forces were superior to those of Russia and warned that Russia would suffer heavy casualties if it continued with the offensive,” he continues.

In another image published by Daily Mail reads, “On February 22, he indicated that Gerasimov reportedly planned to continue his efforts to. sabotage the offensivenoting that he promised to ‘pull’ the so-called special military operation by March 5, when Putin was supposedly scheduled to begin a round of chemotherapy and therefore could not influence the war effort.”

Daily Mail reports that has not been able to confirm the veracity of the rumors included in the alleged intelligence leak, but that the documents attribute the origin of this information to a Ukrainian official who has his own source within the Kremlin..

The documents do not specify what pathology Putin suffers from that requires chemotherapy, but rumors have been circulating for some time that the Russian president may be suffering from cancer. These reports would be part of the ‘Pentagon Papers’ leaked last week on social media platforms such as Discord, Telegram and Twitter.

Kayleigh Williams