Russia’s bloody dictator, Vladimir Putin, has moved his family members to an “underground city” in the midst of Siberia, which can withstand a nuclear attack, a Russian dissident professor revealed.
69-year-old Putin, over the weekend, threatened the United States and its NATO allies with a nuclear war because they are helping Ukraine.
Meanwhile, he’s been fuming as his invasion has been stalled by the unbelievable bravery of the vastly outgunned Ukrainian defenders.
Putin, however, resorted to carpet-bombing Ukrainian cities, such as Kharkiv, including with banned thermobaric vacuum bombs, resulting in the deaths of dozens of civilians and children.
He also dispatched monstrous Russian mercenaries and Chechen killers, both of those groups tasked with the capture and/or assassination of Ukraine’s plucky leader Volodymyr Zelensky.
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According to Valery Solovey, 61, a Russian political scientist and a long-time critic of the Putin regime, the Moscow autocrat has taken his family members to a high-tech “luxury bunker” in the Altai Mountains in Siberia.
The “underground city” in question is designed to withstand a nuclear attack, according to Solovey.
Right before Putin gave the order for the unprovoked invasion of Ukraine, Solovey posted a video, disclosing the family of the Russian president had been evacuated to the “luxury bunker” in Russia’s Altai Republic in Siberia.
He informed the nuclear war survival facility is a real underground city in the Altai Mountains, equipped with the latest scientific and technological facilities and amenities.
The dissident professor also revealed when Putin ordered the war against the Ukrainians last week, he’d been planning to declare a “complete and indisputable military victory” in Ukraine on Sunday night, February 27.
However, the Russian dictator has been totally frustrated and infuriated as Ukrainians heroically stopped his blitzkrieg.
The destroyed #Kharkiv hospital as a result of a #Russian airstrike. pic.twitter.com/BMMCEszyQX
— NEXTA (@nexta_tv) March 1, 2022
Video of the shelling of the TV tower.#Russians are hitting the communications facilities of the #Ukrainian capital. pic.twitter.com/e2y90keGfV
— NEXTA (@nexta_tv) March 1, 2022
⚡️The moment of the Russian attack on a TV tower in Kyiv, captured by a witness.
Video: https://t.co/NMbJkyj9jW pic.twitter.com/GeYDSD91dw
— The Kyiv Independent (@KyivIndependent) March 1, 2022
The illegal and unprovoked invasion of Ukraine is continuing.
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Putin’s Many Lovers, Daughters, and Giant German Tunnel Diggers
The Putin critic didn’t specify which members of Putin’s family have been hidden in the luxury nuclear bunker in the Altai Mountains.
A decade ago, Putin divorced his wife, Lyudmila Putina, with whom he has two grown-up daughters, 36-year-old geneticist Maria Vorontsova and 35-year-old dancer and mathematician Katerina Tikhonova.
The Russian autocrat, however, has been extremely secretive about his family and private life, fueling all kinds of speculations about it and even about his sexuality.
Solovey has previously maintained the well-known public rumors that Putin has a secret relationship with gymnast Alina Kabaeva, 38, an Olympic gold winner; there are also rumors he has children with her.
He is believed to have an 18-year-old daughter, Luiza Rozova, also called Elizaveta Krivonogikh, with 45-year-old Svetlana Krivonogikh, a former cleaner who is now a multimillionaire, partly owning one of the biggest Russian banks.
The underground city, where Putin’s family members are said to be hidden, is a mountain dacha built about a decade ago by Russian energy giant Gazprom in the Altai Republic, which borders China, Mongolia, and Kazakhstan.
The construction of the site is reported to have involved enormous German tunnel diggers.
Ukrainian policeman's ENTIRE family, including baby boy and six-year-old sister, 'killed by Putin's thugs' while he's on patrol https://t.co/bW0o4tTMyU
— Daily Mail Online (@MailOnline) March 1, 2022
Biden says we are psychologically unable to feel happy about how much better he has made things.
Putin is threatening nuclear war, inflation is destroying the American family & COVID tyranny has cost our economy trillions… what exactly are we supposed to be grateful to him for?
— Lauren Boebert (@laurenboebert) February 28, 2022
Apparently, Putin has Moved his Family to the Siberia Underground Nuclear Bunker. pic.twitter.com/1sw8c2UGyt
— Lawyer (@UGlawyer) March 1, 2022