Vladimir Putin looked confused and out of breath as he gasped through his latest speech threatening the West with nuclear weapons.
That Russian President appeared to be gasping for breath and paused several times during the address to politicians, stumbling over his words and looking exhausted.
At one point he appears to be breathless and stuttering, while on two other occasions he appears to be gasping for air rapidly.
However, if its delivery to politicians in the Russian City of St. Petersburg was low in energy, his words were anything but.
In his fiery speech Putin warned against using nuclear weapons against the West if it bothers you conflict in Ukraine.
Speaking to lawmakers, he said: “If anyone intends to interfere in what is happening from the outside, they must know that this poses an unacceptable strategic threat to Russia.
“You must know that our response to counterattacks will be lightning fast. Fast.”
“We have all the weapons we need for this,” he said. “No one else can brag about these weapons, and we won’t brag about them.
“But we will use them.”
This isn’t the first time questions have been raised about the 69-year-old Russian leader’s health.
Video appeared to show on Tuesday Putin limps and grimaces as he walked with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres during talks in Moscow.
He also brought his ridiculously long 13ft table for the two-person talks, having previously used it as a precaution against Covid-19.
A fragile looking one During a recent Easter service, Putin appeared uncertain in Moscow as he bites his lip and fidgets in the cathedral.
The Kremlin was later blamed fake the appearance of the Russian President B. by using digitally altered images from last year’s Easter event.
We have all the weapons we need for this
Last week the elderly tyrant was filmed talking to his Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu grab the table and bend downwhich sparked further rumors that he might have Parkinson’s disease.
Kremlin officials have always denied anything is wrong with their leader, who turns 70 in October.
Professor Erik Bucy, a body language expert at Texas Tech University, told The Sun Online while watching the video: “It’s an amazingly weakened Putin compared to the man we were watching just a few years ago.
“An able-bodied president wouldn’t need to support himself with an outstretched hand and wouldn’t bother to keep both feet on the ground.”
It comes after Putin’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov warned that a Nuclear war is now a “real” danger.
In a chilling message, Putin’s cronies claimed that British and NATO weapons were already “legitimate” targets in Ukraine and accused the West of waging a proxy war against Moscow by supporting Kyiv.
At the same time, the Russian leader’s paranoia is said to be spiraling out of control, one expert claims hearing voices in his head.
Putin has reportedly avoided close contact with others, only meeting those in his inner circle after being quarantined in hotels for two weeks.
It is said that some guests were even made to do so Walk through a sophisticated disinfectant spray tunnel.
Putin has been in isolation since the pandemic began, which has caused “irreversible psychological” damage and may even have led to his decision to invade Ukraine, psychotherapist Noel McDermott has claimed.
The experts explained that being in isolation for a long time could have a major impact on a person’s mental health, causing their brain to become “broken” and even requiring them to make drastic decisions.
Putin has also sought revenge against the UK after a number of Western countries imposed punitive sanctions on Russian oligarchs after invading Ukraine.
Earlier on Wednesday, Russia imposed sanctions on more than 200 current and former British MPs while cutting off natural gas from two NATO countries, Bulgaria and Poland.
Europe has accused Russia of using the threat to cut off gas supplies as “blackmail”.
Meanwhile, tensions remain high in Moldova, which borders Ukraine, where a spate of attacks have taken place in recent days.
The country’s government warns that the attacks in the Russian-backed breakaway region of Transnistria are an attempt to escalate tensions and justify an invasion.
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