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Weak and sickly Putin could be killed in a coup as top Kremlin spies ‘plot with generals to oust him’ as he has ‘no future’

3rd May 22 2:12 pm

Spy bosses within the Kremlin including the head of the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service, Sergie Naryshkin are far from happy with the war in Ukraine and do not support it.

Naryshkin was gobsmacked when Vladimir Putin ordered Russian forces to attack Ukraine under the blanket of a “special operation.”

Putin has been putting off having cancer surgery for months it has been claimed, but now doctors are insisting he has this done, whereby Kremlin insiders could have the Russian President killed.

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Former US General Jack Keane said that Putin will do “anything” to stay in power, that is “his motivation” as he knows if he does not then this will be to his “demise.”

General Keane who is the former Vice Chief of Staff of the US Army told Fox News, “He’s all about staying in power. That’s his motivation.

“He will do anything to stay in power.

“The alternative, he knows full well, by a successor who doesn’t agree with him, could mean the end of him, his demise.

“He’s fighting to stay in power and he’s determined, I think, to still accomplish his goals even though his focus is in the south [of Ukraine].

“He still wants to take the country over, topple the regime – and I take Putin seriously. I think many of us discounted him for a number of years, but he is about returning to the Russian Empire.

“I think as long as he’s in power, he will be in pursuit of it.”

He added, “He has no future beyond him being the President of Russia. That’s a fact.”

Russia’s powerful “siloviki” who are a group in the Russian political lexicon who came into politics from the security, military, or similar services, often the officers of the former KGB, GRU, FSB or the FSO.

Russian security expert Andrei Soldatov told The Center for European Policy Analysis, “Does it matter? It matters a lot.

“This is the very first time the siloviki are putting distance between themselves and the President.

“Which opens up all sorts of possibilities.”

Russian analyst Alexey Muraviev previously warned that the Russian President is facing a potential coup from his top brass and intelligence services.

Muraviev told Sky News Australia that the coup may come, he said, “I think that there have been tensions between Russia and the intelligence community and Russia’s President Vladimir Putin.

“Because clearly, there’s been a clear error of judgment that was made and it was probably driven by Putin himself about the situation in Ukraine.

“About the initial planning and the initial phase of the invasion where the Russian military naturally assume that they’re going there as liberators rather than the invaders.

“I think that sort of false narrative was presented to them by the Supreme Commander in Chief, and when it fired back when the Russians began taking heavy casualties, Putin began quietly blaming the security services.

“Which I don’t think went really well also because he’s coming from within the security apparatus.”

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