Where’s Putin? He’s Been Missing for a Week Now

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
March 13, 2015

The media is suggesting Putin may be dead.  This seems very far-fetched... but who knows?
The media is suggesting Putin may be dead. This seems very far-fetched… but who knows?

Vladimir Putin appears to have gone missing, and this could well be some type of Jewing.  Though it could also be something completely normal.  At this point, no one knows.


Recently media has been flooded with chatter surrounding Russian president Vladimir Putin’s absence from the public eye over the past week, with rumors suggesting that there might have been a palace coup in the Kremlin, and even far-fetched hypothesis that Putin is dead, or at least has health problems.

Putin’s spokesperson, Dmitry Peskov, dismissed the rumors that his boss is ill and insisted Putin is doing fine, but suspicions of a force-major situation in Moscow continue to circulate as no comforting evidence has been presented to the public to tamp down concerns. What if, indeed, something has happened to the Kremlin’s political system, or its leader?

With life behind the Kremlin’s walls anything but transparent, and a culture of secrecy surrounding everything – from Putin’s personal life to the way his inner circle operates – it’s impossible to tell anything for sure. Even when the Kremlin releases official information, it doesn’t always mean it’s true.  The reported facts, so far, tell us that Putin has been out of public sight for about a week, he’s missed several meetings  (for example, the Federal Security Service meeting, which he usually attends) and he’s cancelled his visit to Kazakhstan to see the presidents of Kazakhstan and Belarus.

Some reports suggest cracks in Putin’s power vertical. Reuters reports that the killing of Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov and his alleged killers’ link to Chechnya point to a possible divide between the Russian state security agency (FSB) – Putin’s closest allies – and the head of Russia’s Chechnya region, Ramzan Kadyrov, who has a pretty powerful army that operates outside of FSB’s direct influence.

The idea of a palace coup, or at least some serious problems within Putin’s power system, has been circulating in media for quite some time.

If there has been a coup, then there will almost certainly be a massive war. Putin has the highest approval rating of any Western leader since 1945, and the Russian people will not stand for a coup.

The reason that some Jews don’t have a problem with Putin, even while he is thwarting so many of their plots, is that they know any other Russian leader would be even harder on them. If Putin is gone, things are definitely going to get very interesting very fast.

Though I feel it is unlikely he’s gone. Probably just not feeling well.  Maybe had some bad kebab.