Putin ISOLATING himself and gaining weight because of paranoia, says his body language coach

Body language expert Allan Pease met Putin more than 30 years ago and taught him a crucial power pose to make him feel more confident


                            Putin ISOLATING himself and gaining weight because of paranoia, says his body language coach
Russian President Vladimir Putin (Peter Muhly/Getty Images)
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A world-famous body language expert who has been in direct contact with Russian President Vladimir Putin is of the opinion that his absurd behavior during the Ukraine invasion is a great indicator of how much he has derailed from the track in just a few months.

Allan Pease, dubbed 'Mr Body Language', has taught Putin in the past. He has known the Russian president for almost three decades and thinks of him as a 'fast learner'. Pease has noticed certain symptoms in Putin that have been linked to health issues.

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Pease, the Australian expert, says that Putin has always held the image of being a 'tough guy'. However, in recent times during the Ukraine invasion, he claims he has noticed some significant changes in Putin's behavior. Pease said, "Putin has always been a fitness fanatic. Clearly, at the moment, he's not working out."

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Pease added, "So rumors are swirling in Russia about him having cancer, or early-onset Parkinson's." He further reported his observation that the president is not the 'confident managing director in charge' like he was initially and how he has been keeping him isolated currently from others. Lately, Putin has been pictured sitting at one end of a surprisingly long table. His back is positioned either against the wall or window. 

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As per the opinion of the Australian expert, the Russian president has placed himself in a manner that may be indicative of him 'expecting an attack'. This results in enhanced paranoia which may be considered as a side effect of being isolated all through Covid-19.

Adding more details to his observations, Pease said, "Clearly, there is something going on in his head. He doesn't want to be around people." The expert also speculated that Putin's alleged sickness may be the real reason why he is making impulsive choices in Ukraine. He commented, "Putin is 69 now. He's always been a patriot. If he was going to make a move on Ukraine, with his disease, he may be thinking: 'Well damn them, I'm going in.'"

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Allan has been traveling to Russia for as long as he has known Putin, 30 years. He recalled that Putin seemed the same during the Winter Olympics in Sochi in 2014 and in 1991 when Allan first saw Putin. He claims Putin's bloated face is a recent change.