Since February, classified documents from a Pentagon intelligence report have appeared on the messaging app Discord, allegedly with the intention of sabotaging Vladimir Putin. Pentagon documents allege that the Kremlin intends to “throw” Vladimir Putin’s Ukraine conflict while he is receiving chemotherapy.
Leaked Pentagon documents allege that a senior Russian general intends to ‘throw’ the war against Ukraine, amid reports of President Vladimir Putin’s deteriorating health.
Classified documents from a Pentagon intelligence report claim that the Kremlin intends to undermine the 70-year-old leader’s war while he is receiving chemotherapy. Since February, classified plans from a Pentagon intelligence report have been made available on the instant messaging platform Discord. There is a suggestion in these “top secret” plans that Russia’s most senior general may sabotage Putin’s conflict in Ukraine.
The printed and photographed documents contain confidential information such as daily intelligence briefings on Ukrainian soldier casualties. Numerous articles provide expert commentary on the Ukraine conflict and contain crucial information from the Kremlin regarding efforts to thwart Putin’s war; a large number of these articles contain military acronyms.
According to the leaked documents, which have been removed from the platforms, Russian National Security Council Secretary Nikolay Patrushev and Russian Chief of the General Staff Valeriy Gerasimov purportedly intended to “throw” the president’s war while he was receiving cancer treatment.
The unverified allegation allegedly originated from a Ukrainian official who has access to Kremlin authorities.
The memorandum states: “[The source] indicated on 22 February that Gerasimov planned to continue his efforts to sabotage the offensive, noting that he promised to ‘throw’ the so-called special military operation by 5 March, when Putin was allegedly scheduled to begin a round of chemotherapy and would therefore be unable to influence the war effort.
“According to [source], who received the information from an unidentified 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.”
Consistently, authorities have refuted claims that Putin had any health issues, including Parkinson’s disease, dementia, and various types of cancer.
According to reports, senior Russian officials devised the plans as part of a conspiracy to end the Ukraine conflict.
The memo added: “According to [the source], the plan for ‘the offensive’…was suspected to be a strategy devised by Russian National Security Council Secretary Nikolay Patrushev and Russian Chief of the General Staff Valeriy Gerasimov to sabotage Putin.”
According to prior reports, Putin postponed two public events near the end of 2012, including his annual state address and a visit to a tank manufacturing facility. The Russian president was reportedly unwell at the time.
According to Western intelligence, Putin’s decision to attack Ukraine may have been influenced by the cancer medications he was taking. And during his recent travels, Putin is frequently observed sitting on tables and having difficulty standing without assistance.