Stalin's Assassination Foretold
NY Bishop Predicted Stalins Death
In 1953 Fulton J. Sheen Bishop of New York gave a dramatic reading of the burial scene from Shakespeare's Julius Caesar
The names of Soviet leaders Stalin, Beria, Malenkov, and Vishinsky were substituted for those of Caesar, Cassius, Marc Antony, and Brutus.
The Bishop said, "Stalin must one day meet his judgment." Stalin was dead within the week. The official cause was listed as a stroke, but the probable cause was murder.
"According to Stalin's Last Crime: The Plot Against the Jewish Doctors, 1948-1953,Stalin did not die an entirely natural death. He collapsed at his dacha on March 1, 1953, but no doctor arrived for several hours, he died on March 5.
They cite evidence that Stalin might have suffered the effects of a rat-killer and blood thinner. This is all speculation. Brent and Naumov are on solid ground, however, when they point out major inconsistencies and lies in Nikita Khrushchev's account of Stalin's last days.
Right after his death, Stalin's successors quashed the accusations against the doctors and instead arrested and executed internal affairs boss Lavrenti Beria. Et tu Brutus ?