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 which 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. 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!