Vladimir Putin Hides Family to Secret Underground With Special Design to Survive Nuclear War


According to a Russian professor, Vladimir Putin has recently hidden his family members in an underground city in Siberia. Political scientist Valery Solovey reveals the luxurious hi-tech bunker is located in the Altai Mountains and was constructed for safety in the case of nuclear war.

Formerly a professor at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO), which is attended by future top diplomats and spies, Solovey has previously claimed that Vladimir  Putin has medical problems that are hidden from the Russian public and that he and his defense minister Sergey Shoigu have participated in strange secret shamanic rituals.

Some in Moscow dismiss Solovey as a conspiracy theorist or hoaxer, yet he was grilled for seven hours by Russian officials last week for charges he made on a Telegram site he runs concerning Putin’s physical and mental health.

Per Daily Mail, multiple pieces of electronic equipment were confiscated during the search of his residence. Solovey was eventually released, but the investigation is still ongoing.

The assertion comes as Russia launches missile attacks on Kyiv and Kharkiv, prompting charges that Putin is committing war crimes by dropping deadly cluster bombs on defenseless civilians.

Multiple ventilation points have been discovered in the grounds around the mountain retreat, as well as a high-voltage connection connected to an ultra-modern 110-kilovolt substation capable of powering a sizable city.

Vladimir Putin’s childhood

Because of his long political career, Russian President Vladimir Putin has spent most of his life in the spotlight. The Russian president has worked hard to project to the public an intimidating, masculine image, as per New Zealand Herald.

The Kremlin has aided the process by distributing photos of Putin performing manly things like riding a horse and clutching a gun — all while shirtless. But it’s the President’s actions while in office that have solidified his reputation as a man to be feared, with Putin demonstrating time and time again how brutal he can be when it comes to those who oppose him.

Putin’s youth photos reflect a far different side of him than the stony-faced leader we see now. He was born on October 1, 1952, in the Russian city of Leningrad, which is today known as St Petersburg. He began attending martial arts training as a kid and rapidly learned how to stand up to his opponents.

Putin was a fearsome fighter by the age of 16, specializing in sambo, a Russian blend of judo and wrestling. The leader succeeded in more than only physical sports, as his near-perfect academics earned him a position at prestigious St Petersburg High School 281. According to Notable Biographies, the school was one of the few in Russia at the time to place a high value on chemistry, which was a subject that piqued Putin’s attention.

Russian President’s alleged secret daughter

He eventually changed his major to biology and liberal arts, and he worked at the school’s radio station. Pictures from that time in Putin’s life have surfaced, showing him struggling with a classmate. He may also be seen smiling while dancing with a young woman in another snap.

Putin and his staff have done their best to keep most of Putin’s personal life hidden, but rumors of a mistress and a hidden love child have haunted the President. The Russian president has two children from his first marriage to Lyudmila Shkrebneva, a former flight attendant with whom he was married for 30 years before divorcing in 2013. Maria and Katerina, their children, were born a year apart in 1985 and 1986. When their father was elected President, they were pulled out of school and began homeschooling.

Vladimir Putin was linked to a lady named Svetlana Krivonogikh, who now lives in an affluent enclave of St. Petersburg is designated for the President’s closest friends, according to a 2020 investigation by Russian media source Proekt.

Elizaveta Krivonogikh, her 17-year-old daughter, “bears a striking likeness to the Russian president,” according to the media site. Elizaveta’s birth documents do not include a father and only state “Vladimirovna” as her father’s name.

According to the publication, the teen has been living under a false name for years and removed images of herself from her social media accounts as soon as reporters contacted her.

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