Swiss told to expel Vladimir Putin’s ‘mistress’ from her luxury mountain bolthole

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There is increasing pressure being put on Switzerland to expel the reported lover of Vladimir Putin from her luxury mountain bolthole.

Enemies of the Russian tyrant are uniting to petition the Swiss government to expel Alina Kabaeva, the President’s alleged 38-year-old lover.

The former Olympic gold medal-winning gymnast is believed to be hiding in the Swiss mountains, amid claims she has a secret child with Putin, who also lives in the opulent villa.

Kabaeva is seldom seen in public, but was caught on video dancing in Moscow in December amid fears Putin was planning to go to war in Ukraine.

Recent reports have claimed she is seeing out the war with her rumored children in a mountain retreat in Switzerland.



Alina Kabaeva seen competing at the Sydney Olympics
Alina Kabaeva seen competing at the Sydney Olympics

“It’s time you reunite Eva Braun with her Führer,” says the incendiary petition.

The critics say: “Despite the current war, Switzerland continues to host an accomplice of Putin’s regime.”

It added that it was time for the neutral country “to take action” and send her home to Putin, 69, Mirror Online report.

“We, the citizens of Russia, Belarus and Ukraine, which is currently undergoing immense suffering, are uniting to appeal to the Swiss authorities,” states the petition in German, French and English and posted on change.org, so far signed by almost 55,000.



Vladimir Putin hands flowers to Alina Kabaeva
Vladimir Putin hands flowers to Alina Kabaeva

“The public has just learned that the Russian political and media figure, and former [rhythmic gymnast]Alina Kabaeva, is hiding the consequences of the sanctions imposed on the Russian Federation in your country.

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“She is the favorite wife of [the] delusional dictator and war criminal who has been treacherously attacking Ukraine over the past weeks.

“As she is supportive of social activities in Russia, she has been attempting to get Russian citizens accustomed to the reality of sanctions after 2014, and personally proclaimed: ‘The worse it gets, the better for us!’”

The signatories question why “given the volume of sanctions placed on Russia” the authorities continue to host her and her family at a time when Putin “is destroying the lives of millions”.

The West has so far not sanctioned Kabaeva – although as well as being Putin’s rumored secret partner, she is also chairman of the board of directors at National Media Group, a major Kremlin-obedient TV and newspaper behemoth, at a salary of almost £8 million a year.

The petition tells the Swiss: “For the first time in modern history, your country has violated its neutrality, which it did not even do vis-à-vis Nazi Germany in the 20th century, and joined the sanctions against Putin and his surroundings.

“And now you are allowing your favorite mistress and her children to hide within the borders of your state.”



Kabaeva greets Vladimir Putin at a Presidential dinner
Kabaeva greets Vladimir Putin at a Presidential dinner

There is as yet no independent evidence that Kabaeva, a former pro-Putin MP, is hiding in Switzerland, where she was rumored to have previously given birth.

Separate reports suggest Kabaeva is not in Switzerland but at a hi-tech underground bunker in the Altai Mountains of Siberia.

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Political scientist Valery Solovey, 61, linked to the Telegram channel, said earlier this month: “In fact, it is not a bunker, but a whole underground city, equipped with the latest science and technology.”

In her only statement linked to the war, Kabaeva slammed the refusal to allow the Russian team to compete at the Beijing Paralympics.

“There has never been a more shameful page in the history of world sports,” she said.

Rumors first linked her romantically to Putin as long ago as 2008 when she was a pro-Kremlin MP.

Many Russians saw her as the reason for the 2013 breakup of Putin’s marriage to ex-first lady Lyudmila, 63, mother of his two adult daughters.

Putin has previously said: “I have a private life in which I do not allow interference. It must be respected.”

Kabaeva is on record as saying she had met a man who “I love very much”, gushing: “Sometimes you feel so happy that you even feel scared.”

In 2001 Kabaeva was temporarily banned from competing in rhythmic gymnastics after failing a doping test.

A year earlier she had won gold at the 2000 summer Olympics.

She once posed almost nude for Maxim and was described as “full of sex” by a photographer.

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George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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