The most dangerous dogs are those in pain, and rats are far more vicious when pinned in a trap. As the world continues to seek answers as to why Russia is committing genocide against Ukrainians in Ukraine, we may need to consider this natural law of menace as a potential factor.
You see, Russia dictator Vladimir Putin has yet to give the world any reason why he’s invaded Ukraine that makes any sense. He’s told his troops that Ukraine was taken over by Nazis, and that they would be liberating the neighboring nation. (Ukraine is led by President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, who is Jewish).
Instead, the world has seen this incursion as some sort of “neo-imperialism”, with Putin possibly attempting to reunify parts of the old Soviet Union or Russian Empire.
But why now? One Pentagon source has a surprising reason why.
Vladimir Putin may be seriously ill, a former intelligence officer now working for the Pentagon claims. The unnamed source says Russia’s president has terminal bowel cancer.Trending:
It is believed Putin’s “puffy face” is a sign he is having chemotherapy or on steroids. The source also suggests that his solemn expression is because he is in constant pain.
This could have made him more aggressive or he may be attacking Ukraine as he knows he is dying and wants to leave a legacy, the source claims. The former officer said analysts have been studying Putin, 69, and believe he is gravely ill, the Daily Star reports.
They seemed fairly certain, too.
The source said: “In the past we have seen him smile, but in 2022 there are few pictures of him looking happy. His look suggests he is in pain and our people suggest his angry look is most likely as a result of him being in agony.
“Our people are confident he is ill – he is concerned about Covid as he keeps his staff at a distance.” Putin ordered the invasion of Ukraine on Thursday, February 24.
If Putin truly is acting the part of the rat in the trap, there is no telling just how desperate he will become as his illness progresses.