Xi Jinping’s brain cancer and the tumbling CCP leadership

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Let’s talk about how the CCP has lied about its leader Xi Jinping’s health problem.

On December 27, 2020, Lude Media confirmed that the CCP General Secretary Xi Jinping could have a stroke at any moment and will undergo surgery due to an intracranial aneurysm, which is an abnormal focal dilation of an artery in the brain.

To prove Xi is in good health, Xinhua reported Xi and Putin of Russia had a phone conversation on December 28. They wished each other Happy New Year and assured that Communist China and Russia will remain partners in tough times.

Xi’s health condition is important information to China and the world. Will there be a power struggle inside the CCP leadership? Will Xi’s illness speed up or slow down the fall of the CCP regime? Do we need to find alternative suppliers if Communist China descends into temporary chaos? Will Xi launch more attacks on other countries when he is vulnerable? We need real information to answer these questions.

The indirect denial of the problem and absence of official comments from the CCP is confirmation of Xi’s health issue.

Here’s why. In western democracies, leaders’ health is public information because the people need to know if their elected leaders are fit for the job. In Communist China, an authoritarian country, leaders’ health is a national secret.

The CCP operates like a mafia organization. Showing vulnerability will invite adversaries’ attacks within the party. Therefore, dear leaders often present themselves as supermen. For example, People’s Daily wrote on July 16, 1966, that Chairman Mao, aged 73, swam 15 kilometers across the Yangtze River in 65 minutes.

What’s wrong with this report? It’s a lie. Because no human can swim that fast. It will take Mike Phelps almost two hours at his record speed to swim that distance.

Even if people know the truth, they cannot speak out. For example, Chinese tycoon and former CCP member Ren Zhiqiang aged 69 was sentenced to 18 years in prison for calling Xi a shirtless clown who wants to become the emperor. The CCP system will silence anyone who dares to tell the truth.

To find out the truth about Xi and China, we can go to G-news or G-TV. We can also extract useful information from the CCP media with some independent thinking. The lesson is to interpret the CCP’s words with opposite meanings. Anything the CCP denies or conceals is the truth.

According to G-TV, recently Xi Jinping frequently meets European politicians, eager to conceal health problems.

China’s Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Hua Chunying has her latest tweet, “President Xi Jinping just had a video conference with European Council President Michel, European Commission President von der Leyen, German Chancellor Merkel and French President Macron.”

Xi Jinping’s recent intensive meetings with European political figures may be related to the intelligence that he will undergo surgery for cerebral arterial hemangioma in the near future, intending to show the outside world that he is healthy.

Xi Jinping has also tried his best to make more appearances on national TV networks. Xi delivered a New Year’s greeting for 2020 through the China Central Radio and Television (CCTV) on Dec.30. China Central Television (CCTV) released a video of Xi Jinping’s speech at the Central Rural Work Conference on Dec. 29 in Beijing.

CCP killer Miles Guo has commented on Xi’s health and told his warrior friends to follow Lude Media in the developments in the coming weeks.

In the December 28 Getter video, Miles Guo compared ordinary people and dictators’ attitudes toward their health issues. He used the examples of a well-known Chinese TV show and the movie “The Death of Stalin” to imply that dictators are usually killed by their “own people”. That’s why these dictators don’t trust anybody and hide their health condition closely.

Miles Guo said, “We are not long live or long long live emperors, right? To ordinary people, getting sick or catching a little cold is a good thing, which can help eliminate toxins in your body. Yes, usually saints cannot get sick easily, but once a saint gets sick, it is usually something really serious, and the saint might be killed by the poison mixed in the medicine or in soup, or being strangled by a yellow rope, just as what was described in the Chinese TV series Empresses in the Palace. Have you ever watched the movie The Death of Stalin? I have recommended it several times. The Death of Stalin is a wonderful movie.”

“More horrible than this coronavirus is – whenever the UK, Europe or the West, the world is confronted by an outbreak of the disease, with the death tolls jumping up, in the land where the virus originated, in our motherland, besieged by the CCP, all you see on social media or TVs were rounds of roaring cheers,” said Miles. “It happened with the emergence of the 1st case in the U.S., now the same with the 2nd type of virus being confirmed. All the brainwashed sheeple from the mainland responded by jollying along, regardless they belong to the ‘haves’ or ‘have-nots’! regardless of the ones with feasts to indulge in, or distressed with empty-bellies. The CCP has made quite an ‘accomplishment’ for the past 5, 6, or 8 years, brainwashing the Chinese so much so that they’ve been turned completely hostile to the U.S. and the world. Even to the dangerous extent of racial issues, as they may simply hate because of one’s color of skin or religion, unprecedently.”

For too long, Xi Jinping and the CCP have done too much evil to mankind. He has brainwashed the whole population of China. He has the evil thought to become the emperor and rule over the country under a cruel dictatorship. It is the reasoning of cause and effect that Xi Jinping has brain cancer. At least one billion people want him to die of the disease, the sooner the better. The life of Xi means more deaths and suffering of people in the world.

Are we going to see a similar story as “The Death of Stalin” in the case of General Secretary Xi Jinping soon in the coming month? Let’s wait and see!

By Winnie Troppie & MOS Himalaya
Source: G-TV/G-news/Lude Media

Xi Jinping’s brain problem has a 45% mortality rate

On Dec. 28 EST, the Lude Press from the Whistleblower Movement broke the news about Xi Jinping’s significant health condition. Lude Press cited an Argentinean tweet that leaked “Xi has a hemangioma in the brain” and confirmed the information via the sources inner the Chinese Communist Party.

Cerebral hemangiomas, also known as cerebral aneurysms, are caused by the thinning of the walls of the cerebral arteries resulting in localized dilation or distention of the vessels. Most cerebral aneurysms do not cause symptoms until they rupture. However, if the aneurysm is large there is a risk of rupture. Prior to rupture, patients may experience a brief loss of consciousness, nausea, and vomiting, and changes in vision or neck stiffness may accompany a headache. When an aneurysm ruptures, it usually leads to bleeding in the brain.

Sudden aneurysms are fatal or can lead to serious health problems. For example, bleeding into the brain (hemorrhagic stroke), swelling of the brain leading to intracranial hypertension (hydrocephalus), and vasospasm. The vascular spasm can cause stroke and is the leading cause of disability and death following a sudden aneurysm, and the medical consensus is that the mortality rate for brain hemangiomas is as high as 45%.

It is interesting to note that at the time of writing (Dec. 29), a Google search for the keyword “death rate of 45%” showed several results that mentioned brain aneurysms as a “ticking time bomb”. Related reports have been published on several Chinese state-run portals such as Tencent, Sina, and Sohu in the past week. Is this a coincidence, or is it a deliberate message?

On Dec. 28 EST, the Lude Press from the Whistleblower Movement broke the news about Xi Jinping’s significant health condition. Lude Press cited an Argentinean tweet that leaked Xi has a hemangioma in the brain and confirmed the information via the sources inner the Chinese Communist Party.

Cerebral hemangiomas, also known as cerebral aneurysms, are caused by the thinning of the walls of the cerebral arteries resulting in localized dilation or distention of the vessels. Most cerebral aneurysms do not cause symptoms until they rupture. However, if the aneurysm is large there is a risk of rupture. Prior to rupture, patients may experience a brief loss of consciousness, nausea, vomiting, and changes in vision or neck stiffness that may accompany a headache. When an aneurysm ruptures, it usually leads to bleeding in the brain.

Sudden aneurysms are fatal or can lead to serious health problems. For example, bleeding into the brain (hemorrhagic stroke), swelling of the brain leading to intracranial hypertension (hydrocephalus), and vasospasm. The vascular spasm can cause stroke and is the leading cause of disability and death following a sudden aneurysm, and the medical consensus is that the mortality rate for brain hemangiomas is as high as 45%.

It is interesting to note that at the time of writing (Dec. 29), a Google search for the keyword “death rate of 45%” showed several results that mentioned brain aneurysms as a “ticking time bomb”. Related reports have been published on several Chinese state-run portals such as Tencent, Sina, and Sohu in the past week. Is this a coincidence, or is it a deliberate message?

Clinical symptoms of a possible brain aneurysm include vision problems, headache, neck pain or stiffness, swelling of the face, pain around or over the eyes, difficulty with balance, and lack of motor dexterity. Combined with Xi’s preference for tilting his neck to one side and the recent swelling of his face, which has been a common concern on the Internet, it is clear that the illness of the dictator and the core of the Chinese Communist Party is no longer to be underestimated.

Centralized ruling regimes are extremely sensitive to the health of their leaders. If the leader’s health becomes ill, power can collapse at any time. Combined with another news reported by Lude Press a few days ago, two big guys of the former CCP leadership wrote a letter to Xi, pointedly pointing out the upcoming, actual, and very serious problems facing the CCP. The letter asked several critical questions Xi has no idea about, for example, whether to cut off the Internet to prevent the awakening of Chinese people, the possibility of social unrest triggered by the food shortage, and how to deal with the sledgehammer that is about to fall from the West. This has put tremendous pressure on Xi at a time when he is having major health problems.

Not only are sanctions coming from the West, but many families within the CCP that once held real power and are still powerful are pushing Xi Jinping over the cliff. Either way, the CCP’s evil organization will come to an end in the next few months, guided by the Whistleblower Movement and struck by the forces of justice in the West!

HimalayaRussia/G-news

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