Post by GLOBALIST
One of his doubles would go out the front door in the morning and once was shot, but it wasn't him. He would always go out the back door.
His doubles appeared at public function but never talked. He would smile and wave and from a balcony whatever.
Sometimes the real Stalin would have a peep hole into a room and watch
others kiss his ass at a dinner party. (the doubles ass)
When one of his best friends died he had a double be a pallbearer
It was a grand gesture that he would have done otherwise.
The real Stalin had pox marks on his face from small pox
and his right arm was immobile from an accident, so they
would have surgeons create pox marks on the doubles face
and he had to be trained not to move that one arm
Once he watched his own small daughter jump up into the
doubles lap and that gave that guy the stamp of approval
The very dark side was that all the wives and families
of the doubles were shot and killed.
Once he was found shot dead in his bedroom but his
personal doctors said it was not Stalin. Besides the
obvious arm stiffness they also said that Stalin had
some toes that were joined together on one foot.
Stalin was not even laid out at this own funeral.
A double was killed and occupied the coffin.
The real Stalin had died of natural causes days earlier
and buried at a spot privately that would not be vandalized
by admirers or haters.
I am not sure how many Hollywood actors or actresses
use doubles today but it use to be very common.
Yet the real Stalin may have been poisoned even with all the doublesd!:
New Study Supports Idea Stalin Was Poisoned
By MICHAEL WINESMARCH 5, 2003
Fifty years after Stalin died, felled by a brain hemorrhage at his dacha, an exhaustive study of long-secret Soviet records lends new weight to an old theory that he was actually poisoned, perhaps to avert a looming war with the United States.
That war may well have been closer than anyone outside the Kremlin suspected at the time, say the authors of a new book based on the records.
The 402-page book, ''Stalin's Last Crime,'' will be published later this month. Relying on a previously secret account by doctors of Stalin's final days, its authors suggest that he may have been poisoned with warfarin, a tasteless and colorless blood thinner also used as a rat killer, during a final dinner with four members of his Politburo.
They base that theory in part on early drafts of the report, which show that Stalin suffered extensive stomach hemorrhaging during his death throes. The authors state that significant references to stomach bleeding were excised from the 20-page official medical record, which was not issued until June 1953, more than three months after his death on March 5 that year.
Four Politburo members were at that dinner: Lavrenti P. Beria, then chief of the secret police; Georgi M. Malenkov, Stalin's immediate successor; Nikita S. Khrushchev, who eventually rose to the top spot; and Nikolai Bulganin. ... (cont)