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the truth is finally revealed! There is now material to testify about the rumors of murder. It is likely that Stalin’s was a natural protein organic poison. According to experts, this kind of natural poison exists in the venom of snakes, spiders and scorpions.

March 5, 1953, Stalin’s death

Beria

originally published in the history of pioneer countries >

compiled by Peng Hua

at 21:50 on March 5, 1953, Stalin died. It was officially announced that his death was due to “cerebral hemorrhage”. 55 years later, the Russian “Communist Youth League Pravda” found evidence of Stalin’s poisoning death from a batch of secret documents, and identified it by Stalin’s guards and well-known generals of the national security department. The real cause of Stalin’s death finally surfaced.

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Stalin was very healthy during his life.

serge, son of Beria, said: “I saw Stalin in December 1952 and he looked energetic at that time.” Molotov also said, “I saw Stalin four to five weeks before he died. He was in great spirit.” Therefore, the statement that “Stalin has been seriously ill, especially after the most tense years of the Second World War” is obviously inconsistent with the facts.

suspect belia

after Stalin was poisoned, belia once ordered Stalin’s guards: “don’t mention Comrade Stalin’s illness to anyone!” Obviously, belia felt very nervous because some things were not as he planned. As for belia’s preparation to launch a “war against Stalin”, even his son Serge did not deny it. According to Serge’s memory, it can be preliminarily concluded that his father knew that Stalin was going to arrest himself.

lost mineral water bottles

according to the archives, on November 8, 1953, the Kremlin Health Bureau was approved to hand over the relics used to build the Stalin museum to the museum. They are “some drugs and three bottles filled with mineral water”. But somehow, when the goods were handed over on November 8, only “two bottles (one bottle of nalezin mineral water and the other bottle of borromi mineral water)” were handed over, but the remaining bottle disappeared.

doctor Stalin’s diary

according to Professor miasnikov, He made his first reaction to what happened at that time: “in the early morning of the 5th, Stalin suddenly vomited blood, resulting in weak pulse and decreased blood pressure. This phenomenon makes us a little difficult. How can we explain it? All the consulting doctors crowded around the patient and then returned to the next room to guess anxiously…

consultation conclusion

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doctors’ observation records of Stalin (including before his death) are very significantly different from those written by other witnesses by memory. For example, Stalin’s daughter Svetlana wrote: “I saw my father naked for the first time… At the last moment, he suddenly opened his eyes and looked around at the people standing around him. He suddenly raised his left hand upward, if not pointing somewhere above, it was threatening all of us. At the next moment, his soul was making a final effort and rushed out of his body.”

the truth is revealed

the truth is finally revealed! The rumor that Stalin died of murder is now testified by materials. It is likely that Stalin’s was a natural protein organic poison. According to experts, this kind of natural poison exists in the venom of snakes, spiders and scorpions, and even in some plants and bacteria. They can destroy breathing and blood circulation, damage lymph nodes, eyes and brain, and die in some cases.

Stalin was very healthy during his lifetime

many people believe that Stalin’s health during his lifetime was extremely poor, especially in the last few years of his life, which induced sudden cerebral hemorrhage and sudden death. However, the materials found now confirm that this statement is not worth refuting at all. Stalin’s 30-year medical report can testify. Some people say that Stalin was very suspicious of doctors and was afraid of examination and treatment. Therefore, he often treated himself. The newly discovered material is contrary to the above statement. Stalin usually called doctors if he felt a little unwell and asked them to conduct comprehensive observation of his physical condition for many days.

on September 16, 1947, before going to mazesta in Sochi for convalescence, Stalin, who was 68, underwent a physical examination. The diagnostic materials at that time were as follows: “the main disease – early hypertension; other symptoms – chronic rheumatism, fatigue. 74 pulses per minute, blood pressure 14585. The attending doctor kirilov.”

modern medicine believes that for people aged 40-60, the blood pressure from 135 to 85 is normal, while for Stalin over 60, the standard blood pressure should be 150 90, so it can be seen that Stalin is in good health.

after a spa, Stalin’s health was restored on September 29, 1947, just like that of a 40 year old: “after bathing, his blood pressure was 13575, his pulse was 68 times per minute, his pulse was stable and uniform, his heart sound was clear and clear, his joints were OK, his mood and self feeling were good. Kirilov.”

when Stalin was 71 years old, he had another physical examination in the spa. “September 4, 1950. Before bathing, the pulse was 74 times per minute and the blood pressure was 14080. After bathing, the pulse was 68 times per minute, the pulse was uniform, and the blood pressure was 13875. The heart sound improved. The sleep was normal… The overall condition was good. Kirilov.”

Stalin’s physical examination report at the age of 73:” January 9, 1952. Pulse 70 times per minute, normal and powerful. Blood pressure 14080… “And, at the time of this examination, Stalin was suffering from severe influenza, when he was still suffering from a high fever. Even younger and healthier people may not have this indicator, not to mention that he had” early hypertension ” “Stalin’s daughter Svetlana also said:” he is 72 years old, but he is full of energy. When walking in the park, he is walking fast, and the stocky security generals have to catch up with him breathlessly. ” “I met Stalin in December 1952 and he looked energetic,” said sergo, belia’s son “I saw Stalin four to five weeks before he died. He was in great spirits,” Molotov said Therefore, the statement that “Stalin has been seriously ill, especially after the most tense years of the Second World War” is obviously inconsistent with the facts.

suspect Beria

when you know the release time of those statements, you will understand who drafted them. On March 4, 1953, the Soviet Union began to publish Stalin’s health bulletin. Two of the statements (contrary to the facts) officially concluded: “Stalin had a sudden cerebral hemorrhage due to high blood pressure and atherosclerosis on the night of March 2…” on March 3, 1953, when belia, malinkov and Khrushchev took over the power of the country, these false diagnosis results immediately began to spread to the outside world.

one view holds that Stalin was poisoned from February 28 to March 1, 1953, that is, from Saturday to Sunday, which coincides with the rest day. All major medical institutions have a rest and can’t find a doctor when they are ill. In other words, the poisoning was carefully planned at the beginning. If the poison does not attack immediately, corresponding remedial measures can be taken in time.

another way of saying that Stalin may also have been poisoned by chronic poison in order to allow time for the murderers to share the spoils of power. However, historical documents show that belia, who holds the secret agency, did not adopt this delayed poisoning scheme. He can’t wait. However, “when everything is over”, he can’t “hide his inner joy”. Before that, he seemed a little flustered.

why belia lied is still unclear. Perhaps for such a purpose, that is, when the real Stalin quickly poisoned and died in the villa, let his substitute “get sick” in the Kremlin, and then secretly send Stalin’s substitute car to the villa from the late night of March 1 to the early morning of March 2, so as to cover up the truth of poisoning.

in a word, the poisoning incident has something to do with belia. When Stalin (including his possible double) was over, belia arrested moyseyevich meranovsky, the director of the assassination poison laboratory, which was located in the varsonofiyev alley not far from Lubyanka. While in prison, the man kept writing letters to belia to prove his innocence. The main idea of his letter of defense is: I’m guilty and my poison is not as strong as I said.

April 21 and July 17, 1953, Myranovsky’s letter to belia reads: “I beg your forgiveness, please forgive me for my sins. I suggest using some new drugs, both hypnotic and fatal, which is perfect for your department. When the technology of poisoning in food and drink has passed, we must find new ways of breathing through air…

On September 23, During his trial, meranowski explained the poisoning method: “we poison through food and various drinks, or through syringes, walking sticks, pens and other special items. By pouring liquid, the poison can even enter the body through the skin…

Chekanaum aitingen Sr. confirmed that he had once visited meranovsky’s laboratory and visited the poison test there. He saw four victims of the experiment injected with poison, which worked on them almost instantaneously.

after Stalin was poisoned, belia once ordered Stalin’s guards: “don’t mention Comrade Stalin’s illness to anyone!” Obviously, belia felt very nervous because some things were not as he planned. As for Stalin’s “spekds” and “spekds” son, he didn’t even want to start the war. According to Serge’s memory, it can be preliminarily concluded that, His father knew that Stalin was going to arrest himself: “In 1952, my father knew that he would have nothing… My father was neither a coward nor a sheep to be slaughtered. I don’t rule out the possibility that he might figure out what to do… There were his people in all departments who could do it… In addition, he had his own intelligence network, which could be superior to any organization.”

lost mineral water bottle

according to the confession of meranovsky and the memory of Stalin’s guards, we can draw the conclusion that no matter how detailed the murder plan is, there are mistakes in the specific implementation. Stalin probably died of poisoning on the spot after drinking mineral water. Circumstantial evidence of this fact (or statement) is that Stalin was found lying at the table with a bottle of mineral water and a water cup he used to drink. Because when the water was drunk, the poison worked almost instantly, and Stalin immediately fell to the ground… According to this statement, Stalin immediately stopped breathing, while according to another statement, Stalin immediately lost consciousness. In any case, he lost his ability to speak! After hearing the abnormal movement in the house for a long time, the servants of the villa forced themselves into Stalin’s bedroom. Even they saw Stalin’s appearance at that time…

according to the archives, the Kremlin Health Bureau was approved on November 8, 1953Yes, we are going to hand over the relics used to build the Stalin museum to the Lenin Museum. They are “some medicine and three bottles filled with mineral water”. But somehow, when the goods were handed over on November 8, only “two bottles (one bottle of nalezin mineral water and the other bottle of borromi mineral water)” were handed over, but the remaining bottle disappeared.

Stalin

doctor Stalin’s diary

many memoirs do not mention the doctor’s diary, even the investigation of Stalin’s diseases and causes of death. These records record what happened from 2 to 5 March 1953, which will reverse people’s view of the main events that occurred at that time. Among these doctor records, the most important is the pathological anatomy report of Stalin’s body.

“during the examination at 7 a.m., the patient had his back against the sofa, his head turned to the left, his eyes were closed, and his face was obviously congested. He had urinary incontinence. He had disordered breathing, pulse 78 times per minute, occasional cardiac arrest and ambiguous heart sound. His blood pressure was 190110. There were signs of contusion in the right elbow joint. The patient was in a coma. There were no symptoms of meningitis. The patient’s condition was extremely critical.”

for the above records, Professor lukomsky’s notes can be used as a supplement: “the right upper limb and right lower limb are completely paralyzed. When the eyelid is raised, the eyeball turns left and right for a while. There are restless twitches in the left upper and lower limbs.”

at 22:45 on March 2, 1953, the situation was serious. The patient opened his eyes and tried to talk to comrades malinkov and belia.

at 13:30 on March 3, 1953, the breathing rhythm became more normal and stable after oxygen inhalation. There are often perceptual flashes, trying to say something, unable to distinguish the complete meaning of the sentence. He put his head on the pillow, his eyes opened from time to time, and his eyes wandered. In case of shortness of breath, the eyeball swings vertically and laterally. The pupils of both eyes are narrow and slow to respond to light.

19, the patient did not use oxygen for about 50 minutes. A brief recovery of consciousness was observed and responded to the speeches of comrades.

at 0:10 on March 4, 1953, due to frequent cessation of breathing, the patient’s condition became extremely serious in the first hour after nightfall… At 21 o’clock of

, he completely lost consciousness.

on March 5, from 1:00 to 3:00 at night, there was almost no very detailed log, and an insignificant note was found. Before this time, that is, the night before March 5, blood and urine samples were analyzed, and the same conclusion was reached: poisoning! At midnight on March 5, the doctors held a consultation, and the conclusion was extremely simple and clear: “the blood test found that the number of white blood cells increased to 17000 (normal range 7000-8000), and toxic particles were visible in white blood cells. The urine test found that the 1000% rate of protein was as high as 6 (standard 0).”

poisoning symptoms are very clear, but how dare doctors report belia? If the report goes up, he may ask, “who poisoned Comrade Stalin?” So they found an excuse to simply record this fact on the grounds that the result may be wrong and the time has passed.

at 3 pm, the liver swells. (author’s note: one of the obvious signs of severe poisoning.)

at 4:55, hiccups began (2-3 times).

at 7:10, hiccups occurred and breathing stopped briefly again. Collapse, sweating all over. Oxygen.

at 7:12, oxygen was administered. Cyan expands.

at 7:20, the patient was observed restless and tried to sit up. The blue and purple did not disappear. Sweating profusely. No drop in foot temperature.

7:50, hiccup. At 8:20, he was restless and wanted to vomit. Vomit is bloody (vomit is dark). The upper body and head are slightly lifted. Inject caffeine (1 ml). He is very ill. The patient opened his eyes. Cyan patches expanded rapidly. Blood pressure 170110. Pulse 110 times per minute, weak pulse. Vomit was sent for examination.

according to Professor miyasnikov, He made his first reaction to what happened at that time: “in the early morning of the 5th, Stalin suddenly vomited blood, resulting in weak pulse and decreased blood pressure. This phenomenon makes us a little difficult. How can we explain it? All the consulting doctors crowded around the patient and then returned to the next room to guess anxiously…

consultation conclusion

“after 9 o’clock on March 5, 1953, the patient began to vomit blood… And caused severe collapse. It took a lot of effort to recover the patient. At 11:30… He collapsed again, accompanied by sweating, and the arterial pulse disappeared. It was difficult for the patient to overcome the collapse…

was not published in the newspaper at that time. It is likely that when a doctor already had the re examination report in his hand, he secretly informed Stalin’s son Vasili of his father’s actual situation. So Vassily, as his sister Svetlana said, began to shout, “someone poisoned his father!”

14, raised his left hand to his mouth, pulled his lips and drank two tablespoons of water.

at 16, the stomach is much swollen than usual.

17, sometimes hiccups (2-3 times).

at 18, groans 3 times.

at 21:40, carbon gas (4.6% carbon dioxide) was delivered for 30 seconds, and then oxygen was delivered. Cyan still exists. The pulse is almost imperceptible. The patient was soaking wet. Shortness of breath, superficial… Artificial respiration.

at 21:50, comrade Stalin died.

Many of the students’ observation records of Stalin (including before his death) are very significantly different from those written by other witnesses by memory. For example, Stalin’s daughter Svetlana wrote: “I saw my father naked for the first time… At the last moment, he suddenly opened his eyes and looked around at the people standing around him. He suddenly raised his left hand upward, if not pointing somewhere above, it was threatening all of us. At the next moment, his soul was making a final effort and rushed out of his body.” But she also reserved this description: “I don’t know if it’s true…

it seems that everything is over, but it’s too early for the doctor’s log. One of them is particularly mysterious. It records the nurse’s activities and the last few stitches. Stalin’s last illness treatment and duty record recorded the operation requirements from March 5 to 6, 1953, which should be completed by four nurses, Panina, vasina, jamidova and moyseeva, and the last key needles should be operated by moyseeva.

at 2045, moyseeva injected Stalin with calcium gluconate. In the previous treatment, the patient had never received this injection. At 2148 hours, she signed and recorded that she had injected 20% camphor oil. Finally, at 21:50, moyseeva wrote that adrenaline was injected for the first time during the whole treatment… After that, Stalin died immediately.

it is probably because of this unfortunate coincidence that there are rumors that the special injection specially prepared by belia sent Stalin to another world. The murderer was a Jewish woman, The motive is to avenge the exiled Jews…

Stalin

the truth is revealed

judging from the existing treatment records, Stalin died of poisoning is indisputable. As soon as the results of the first batch of blood and urine analysis came out, the doctors were shocked. The inspection report came out before the night of March 5, 1953, when it was too late to take measures. Because the toxin had entered Stalin’s body and irreversibly damaged Stalin’s heart and the whole blood circulation system, including the particularly dangerous place – brain.

the second analysis report came out on March 5, 1953. It is “blood test report no. 14966”. The results are even more shocking:

“neutrophils 85%. (note to the author: the standard value is 55% – 68%. The increase in the number of neutrophils is the main evidence that toxic drugs appear in the body.) Neutrophils in rod nucleus – 18%. (Note: the standard value is 2-5%, which is also an important poisoning index.) Special note: in neutrophils, toxic particles. Experimenter vinogradova. ”

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it was these test results that shocked doctors. They originally tried to bring Stalin back to life, but now there is nothing they can do. At the same time, they knew that once they said the poisoning, belia would arrest them immediately, so they concealed the fact at that time.

the truth is finally revealed! The rumor that Stalin died of murder is now testified by materials. It is likely that Stalin’s was a natural protein organic poison. According to experts, this kind of natural poison exists in the venom of snakes, spiders and scorpions, and even in some plants and bacteria. They can destroy breathing and blood circulation, damage lymph nodes, eyes and brain, and die in some cases.

after Stalin’s death, doctors dissected his body, which further confirmed various test reports of the “central clinical diagnostic laboratory of the Kremlin medical authority”. It should be pointed out that at that time, all laboratory analyses did not use Stalin’s name, but borrowed the name of Stalin’s accompanying guard captain hrustalev.

in this way, besides belia, hrustalev should know the most. There is an almost official saying that he was the last person he met before the leader fell ill. According to soloviyov, one of Stalin’s close bodyguards and a close subordinate of hrustalev for ten years, it may be because of this that the strong hrustalev suddenly died 10-15 days after Stalin was buried. Soloviyov was convinced that hrustalev was arrested shortly after Stalin’s death, but was released about 10 days later and soon died inexplicably.

on March 6, 1953, Stalin’s autopsy began, from 4 a.m. to 1 noon, that is, 6 hours and 10 minutes after the official declaration of death. A special autopsy was conducted for Joseph Stalin and a special report was prepared for the autopsy. For unknown reasons, only 11 of them signed the report, and 6 autopsy experts and 2 treatment doctors did not sign. The sensation of autopsy results of

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is that it did not support the official statement, did not find the so-called “pulmonary inflammatory lesions”, but found abnormalities in the digestive tract. It looks like countless iron sands hit the gastrointestinal mucosa, so that no intact place can be seen anymore. This phenomenon can only be caused by severe poisoning. There is a passage in the autopsy research report: “the contents of the stomach are black liquid, with a quantity of 200ml. A large number of small dark red spots can be seen on the gastric mucosa, which can be easily peeled off with a knife…

white blood cells surge wildly, spit blood and find toxic particles. Now these can finally be explained. Under normal circumstances, if such an autopsy report appears, it can be immediately determined as poisoning murder.

the truth about the facts and the secret about Stalin’s death were concealed at that time, on the grounds that “this is a private secret of Stalin’s family, which will not be declassified until 75 years later, that is, it will not be declassified until 2028”.

1953During May Day, Molotov directly announced the arrest of belia. After that, doctors dared to reflect the poisoning in Stalin’s medical records. But the top leaders of the Soviet Party probably felt that it was too risky to announce the cause of Stalin’s death, because some things might be involved later. According to data, malinkov took over power on March 3, but Stalin was not dead at this time. Like belia, he knew in advance that the leader would not be reborn.

is natural. In this case, malinkov will not be interested in the secret of Stalin’s poisoning. Other newly promoted leaders were also not interested in this, because they all experienced the turbulent October 1952 central plenary session. Stalin made a sharp speech at the meeting, pointing at Molotov and Michael Yang.

kluchkov, chairman of the KGB of the former Soviet Union, pointed out: “the investigation in the book how to murder Stalin is powerful, authentic and irrefutable. For the first time, we did not talk about the cause of Stalin’s death only by memories, rumors and assumptions, but by authentic documents.”