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PUTIN'S HEALTH. 'Putin' wanders and talks with a foreign voice

Publication time: 2 January 2013, 02:19

According to media outlets, a serious illness, from which, according to Wall Street Journal and Washington Post, Putin allegedly suffers (including a psychiatric illness), is progressing.
 
Russian and Western media report:

 

- Putin addressed the Russian people with New Year's greetings. This year, the president seemed slightly faltered in the phrase "Dear friends! We bid farewell to the year of two thousand t ... ve-n year".

After that, Putin perhaps alluding to his incurable illness, said:

 

"We all expect that the New Year's Eve will give us a little miracle, it happens, as they say, sometimes...".

Meanwhile, as report by a number of Russian newspapers, there are dozens of messages on the Internet saying that Putin's new voice was unusually low and dull. A Petersburg politician Cyril Strakhov, for example, suggested that a new Putin had to superimpose his voice message on a previously recorded film with another Putin:
 
He noted that there had been time lapses between image and text and that the soundtrack had been distorted,


According to rumors spread by the KGB, Putin could allegedly have a flu. However, a former head of Gazprom-Media, Alfred Koch, did not exclude a possibility of the beginning of Putin' "virtualization" by the ruling KGB because of his incurable illness and physical and mental disability.
 
He wrote on his Facebook page:

- "I think we are to be prepared for the fact that we will be ruled by a virtual leader. First, his voice will be replaced, then he will stop getting old, then a TV moderator will simply tell that Putin said this or that. And if he is alive or dead for a long time already - this is something which is indecent to ask, and even - to think".

For the first time, Russian president Putin spoke on TV on the night of January 1, 2000. Then Putin, always mendacious as any KGB agent should be, said:

"Freedom of speech, freedom of conscience, freedom of the press, the right to private property - these basic principles of a civilized society will be protected by the state".

 

Department of Monitoring
Kavkaz Center


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