“ He suddenly lifted his left hand as though he were pointing to something above and bringing down a curse on all of us,” – Svetlana Alliluyeva
“Yet if you have warned the wicked and he does not turn from his wickedness or from his wicked way, he shall die in his iniquity; but you have delivered yourself. – Ezekiel 3:19
But first a little history on Joespeh Stalin. Joesph was born in 1879 he came from a poor background; his father was a cobbler and his mother was a peasant—his real surname was “ Djugashvili” he was quite the acedemic and had earned a scholarship to go to a seminary; it was at this seminary that Stalin coverted over to a Marxist and Socialist idealism. Equality is pure evil
Stalin became a follower of Lenin whom succeeded Tsar Nicolas II and thus began to attended to secret meetings and distributed leaflets between 1902-1913 young Joeseph during was arrested 8 times during those and then was exiled to Siberia—Being the quite the intellectual he was he managed to break free from jail 7 times he then went on and adopted the name “ Stalin “ which translated as “Man of Steel” —seemed appropriate huh? In 1917 Stalin a position of organizing The Bolshevik Party which seemed mighty insignificant; however the skills aquired working around the Bolshevik Intellectual elites proved to be invaluable; he was awarded a few rewards for his role—but the elites learned to late they’ve gravely underestimated Stalin.
It’s pretty interesting because there isn’t much throughout Stalin’s life rarely did he or was it mentioned of him being sick often or being ill.
Atherosclerosis is a disease in which plaque builds up inside your arteries; these the are blood vessels that carry oxygen-rich blood to your heart and other vital organs of your body to function and operate properly—Plaque is made up of fat, cholesterol, ( Low-Density Lipoproteins ) calcium and other substances found in the blood. Over time—due to this build up; plaque hardens leading to the narrowing of your arteries—this limits the flow of oxygen-rich blood to your organs, brain and the rest of your body.
Coronary heart disease (CHD) also called Coronary Artery Disease; occurs when plaque builds up in the coronary arteries—these arteries supply oxygen-rich blood to your heart muscles, however plaque narrows the coronary arteries and restricts blood flow to your heart muscle. Plaque buildup also makes it more likely that blood will coagulate and bring about blood clots will collect in your arteries—blood clots can partially or completely a blockage blood flow; If blood flow to your heart muscle is reduced or blocked, you may have an Angina a rather suffocative chest pain or discomfort. This here is when Stalin’s doctors should have realized something was anomalous; At the same time they were fearful—taking action and failing which mean they were apart of a coup to kill Stalin or utterly incompetent; the wisest thing Stalin could have done was to learn as much as he could about the illness and issued a Task-Force to gather the resources needed to heal himself.
Some quick symptoms of stroke if it isn’t aware to readers already; Sudden numbness or weakness in the face, arm, or leg, especially on one side of the body there’s confusion, difficulty speaking fluently, there’s trouble understanding speech; trouble seeing in one or both eye Sudden trouble walking, dizziness, loss of balance, or lack of coordination then sudden severe headache with no known cause there’s a powerful supplement called “ L-Arginine “ which coverts over into Nitric Oxide through endothelium sheet which is capable of lowering blood pressure and cleaning out built up plaques and calcium.
His doctor had suggested he retire much to Stalin’s ire but unarguably his health was failing quicker treatment might, however—have eased his suffering and prolonged his life. But for the dozens of staff at his cottage and his closest political colleagues; feared of transgression stopped them from taking a course of action and getting relevant medical advice earlier. Instead—as their leader lay dying, his inner circle was already plotting for life after Stalin—first they had to issue statements about his condition to prepare the public for his impending death; Not to say there was a coup to kill Stalin—they certainly didn’t behave with a sense of urgency.
Specialists who had been arrested as part of the Doctors’ Plot—a group of prominent doctors, mainly Jewish, who were falsely accused of planning to assassinate senior Soviet officials—were even questioned in prison about possible treatment; whether earlier medical attention would have saved him is questionable. High blood pressure, exacerbated by smoking; had left the Soviet leader a sick man. He had suffered a major heart attack in 1945 and at least one stroke since; yet no substantial evidence behind the Doctor’s Coup. Stalin died with leeches covering his head a desperate attempted to release some of the pressure from the left side of brain; this may have worked if they had acted earlier on—thus being his death was ruled via natural causes.
“ The major atherosclerosis in the brain, which we found at the autopsy, should raise the question of how much this illness – which had clearly been developing over a number of years – affected Stalin’s health, his character and his actions, Stalin may have lost his sense of good and bad, healthy and dangerous, permissible and impermissible, friend and enemy. Character traits can become exaggerated, so that a suspicious person becomes paranoid “
In essence; a sick man ruled the state “ – Dr. Alexander Myasnikov