Vladimir Putin is “preparing to make key decisions on launching a tactical nuclear strike from a bunker” far from Moscow, it was claimed today.
Putin – who turns 70 on Friday – has warned his closest family, including his gymnast partner Alina Kabaeva, 40, of the possibility of a rapid evacuation, according to the allegations.
He believes the bunker is “safe” from Western attacks and senior officials from his security apparatus and government will be moved to the secret location, according to General SVR.
The anti-Kremlin outlet – which claims inside knowledge of Putin’s circle – has long claimed he was suffering from acute health problems but offers no evidence for its claims.
Putin is believed to have several bunkers in Siberia, one linked to the massive new cash terminal at Sabetta on the Yamal Peninsula and the other in the Altai Mountains.
“Relatives and friends of Heads of State will be delivered to the bunker in advance,” a report from the channel said today.
Vladimir Putin is believed to be in a nuclear bunker far from Moscow preparing to move selected people in the event of a nuclear war with NATO
Putin, 69, warned his closest family, including his gymnast partner Alina Kabaeva, 40, of the possibility of a rapid evacuation, according to the allegations
Putin is reported to be mulling the use of tactical nukes in Ukraine as his invasion crumbles and his army is routed by the Ukrainian military
‘Alina Kabaeva with [the couple’s] children and two eldest daughters with children and cohabitants were warned of the possibility of an urgent evacuation.
“But everyone at the helm of Russia was unlucky.
“For example, Putin ordered, in the event of a nuclear threat, to evacuate the ‘minimum necessary’ number of Russian officials.”
This would include Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin and Speaker of Parliament Vyacheslav Volodin.
It would include the prosecutor general, the leadership of the Security Council – but not ex-president Dmitry Medvedev – as well as key officials from his presidential administration and three security and spy services, the FSB, the FSO, the SVR with their families.
Its Ministry of Defense has various bunkers, particularly in the Urals.
The supposed evacuation includes his eldest daughter Maria Vorontsova, 36, a geneticist, and Katerina Tikhonova, 35, a rock ‘n’ roll dancer turned mathematician, with their wives and children.
But an unrecognized Putin ‘child love’ Luiza Rozova, also known as 19-year-old Elizaveta Krivonogikh, is not invited to the bunker and neither is a mystery son from a previous relationship, it said. we affirmed.
Rozova is the daughter of cleaner-turned-multimillionaire Svetlana Krivonogikh, 47, now co-owner of a major Russian bank, one of the country’s richest women with a financial and property fortune estimated at £74million.
Cleaner-turned-multi-millionaire Svetlana Krivonogikh, 47, now co-owner of a major Russian bank, one of the country’s richest women with an estimated £74m financial and property fortune, is believed to be the child’s mother putin lover
Luiza Rozova, also known as Elizaveta Krivonogikh, 19, is not a guest at the bunker and nor a mystery son from a previous relationship, it has been claimed
No senator is on the bunker list, it was claimed.
“The Federation Council [senate] was not necessary at all.
“Putin did not even need his own children from his mistresses – a girl and a boy, whom no one is going to evacuate.
“Of course, several friends of the president with their families and many servants of the inhabitants of the bunker will also be evacuated.”
Rumors circulated early in the war that Putin had retreated to a bunker in Siberia.
A special bunker is rumored to hold up to 100,000 people and is designed to allow him to rule Russia in the event of Armageddon.
As well as a location near a major Gazprom facility in Russia’s far north, there is also believed to be a high-tech bunker in the Altai Mountains hidden under a large dacha.
General SVR says Putin has spent the last few days in Siberia since his illegal annexation of swaths of eastern Ukraine.
His office said that yesterday [Mon] he had met with Culture Minister Olga Lyubimova in the Kremlin, a session that actually took place earlier, the channel said.
Instead, the president met with shamans who performed a ‘rite’ for Putin involving a ‘burning bird’ that could mean ‘victory and death’, leaving the interpretation ‘to the president’s painful fantasy’, he said. he asserted.
The K-329 Belgorod nuclear submarine, the largest in Russia, is capable of firing intercontinental ballistic missiles
Pictured: Russian intercontinental ballistic missile launcher Topol Mr Putin has a variety of options open to him if he decides to launch a nuclear strike
His defense minister, Sergei Shoigu, is known for his interest in shamans, who are popular in his native region of Tuva, as are other members of Russia’s elite.
“Regardless of the shamanic delusions that the president takes very seriously, Putin is preparing to make key decisions regarding the launch of a tactical nuclear strike from a bunker far from Moscow, and he believes he is safe.”
The channel claimed: “It’s high time Putin was sent to a psychiatric hospital for compulsory treatment under strict supervision, but apparently everyone is interested in participating in the experiment of ‘what happens if you give a fool the opportunity to destroy the world?’
Separately, pro-Kremlin war journalist Andrey Rudenko threatened a nuclear attack on the West.
“Residents of the United States saw a nuclear mushroom cloud over Las Vegas,” he posted.
“The people of Las Vegas were spooked by the nuclear mushroom cloud over the city.
‘God shows these people that it is worth stopping…otherwise, sooner or later such mushrooms can grow all over the world…’
General channel SVR has long claimed that Putin suffered from serious illnesses including cancer, Parkinson’s disease and schizoaffective disorder, but also gives regular updates on the war.
His claims cannot be verified, but he was among the first to pre-report the shape of Putin’s recent mobilization strategy.
It is said to have been written by an exiled Kremlin lieutenant general, known by the pseudonym of Viktor Mikhailovich.
The channel claimed the Kremlin was seeking to ban it, but has so far failed.