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Russian leader’s bodyguards ‘collect his excrement during foreign trips and bring it back to Moscow’

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has his bodyguards collect his excrement while traveling abroad to prevent people from collecting information about his health.

A report shows that members of Putin’s Federal Protection Service are “responsible for collecting his bodily waste” in special packages that are kept in a special suitcase until they return to Russia.

Putin’s health has been much speculated, especially in recent months with the catastrophic Russian invasion of Ukraine as instructed by the leader, including suggestions that he suffers from cancer, dementia and even Parkinson’s disease.

And this latest revelation is allegedly Putin’s way of keeping his potential health problems in check.

According to two investigative journalists from the French news magazine Paris Match, collecting Vladimir Putin’s excrement is part of the job of the Federal Protection Service, as it is their job to protect high-ranking state officials at all costs.

Reporters Regis Gente, who has written two books on Russia, and Mikhail Rubin, who has covered Russian current affairs for more than a decade, say two examples of Putin’s excrement were the president’s visit to France on May 29, 2017 and to Saudi Arabia in October 2019.

In both cases, it is alleged that Putin brought his own toilet during the trips, or that he was escorted to the bathroom by several guards. Another theory is that he uses a porta-potty everywhere.

Another example could be in December 2019, when Putin was seen going to the toilet with six bodyguards during a Ukraine summit in Paris.

The Russian leader, 67 at the time, was filmed leaving the bathroom after five bodyguards ensured his area was safe. Another bodyguard followed him as he exited the toilet in the Elysée Palace in Paris.

Farida Rustamova, an ex-BBC journalist, also confirmed the report by explaining on Twitter that a source of hers, who is reportedly a longtime acquaintance of Putin, said he has been using his own toilet at home since the start of this rule. trips abroad.

She revealed that she was aware of an incident at Vienna’s Kunsthistorisches Museum when actress Julia Louis Dreyfus was told by museum staff that President Putin had arrived with his own private bathroom and a “porta-potty.”

A report shows that members of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s Federal Protection Service are “responsible for collecting his bodily waste” in special packages that are kept in a special suitcase until they return to Russia. Pictured is a statue of Putin in the toilet outside the Russian embassy in Prague in 2021

Two weeks ago, an officer of Russia’s Federal Security Service claimed that Putin, 69, has “no more than two to three years to stay alive.”

An FSB officer described the Russian president’s condition as a “serious form of rapidly progressing cancer” as speculation mounted that Putin suffered from some form of serious illness during the invasion of Ukraine.

The spy explained that the war leader has “no more than two to three years” to go and that he is also losing his sight, the Mirror reported.

News of the Russian leader’s terminal illness came out as part of a secret message from the Russian agent to fugitive and former FSB agent Boris Karpicchkov.

Obviously, collecting feces is one way to prevent people from collecting information about his health.  Pictured in Vienna's Kunsthistorisches Museum, when actress Julia Louis Dreyfus was told by museum staff that President Putin (right, with Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz left) had arrived with his own private bathroom

Obviously, collecting feces is one way to prevent people from collecting information about his health. Pictured in Vienna’s Kunsthistorisches Museum, when actress Julia Louis Dreyfus was told by museum staff that President Putin (right, with Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz left) had arrived with his own private bathroom

The report warned that Putin is refusing to wear glasses for fear he would acknowledge some form of weakness, and he is now lashing out at his subordinates with “uncontrolled anger.”

According to Telegram station General SVR, Putin reportedly had “successful” cancer surgery this month and is recovering after doctors advised that treatment was “essential.”

Intelligence gathering through fecal collection is not a new venture of a global leader. In 2016, an ex-Soviet agent said he had found evidence that the leader of the Soviet Union, Joseph Stalin, had investigated the founder of the People’s Republic of China Mao Zedong by analyzing his waste material.

Igor Atamanenko told a Russian newspaper that in the 1940s, Stalin’s secret police had set up a top-secret laboratory to study people’s excrement.

An example of this could be in December 2019, when Putin was seen going to the bathroom with six bodyguards during a Ukraine summit in Paris (pictured)

An example of this could be in December 2019, when Putin was seen going to the bathroom with six bodyguards during a Ukraine summit in Paris (pictured)

During Mao’s 10-day visit to Russia in the winter of 1949, special toilets were set up to collect and study the Chinese leader’s waste products. Rather than being connected to sewers, those toilets led to special boxes where Mao’s clots were carried away for analysis.

“At that time, the Soviets didn’t have the kind of listening devices that secret services have today,” he told the paper. BBC

“That’s why our specialists came up with the most extravagant ways to extract information about a person.”

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