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These are politicians, former PM's, and presidents that could have a place on next years list. They are the following...

 

Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo - Obiang is suffering from terminal prostate cancer, amongst other illnesses, is reported to weigh as little as 50kg, and is said to be existing in agony.

 

Robert Mugabe - Rumored failing health\canidate of the past

 

Hosni Mubarak - Prostate Cancer\president of Egypt

 

Jorge Rafael Videla Redondo - Former president Argentina

 

Lee Kuan Yew\ first Prime Minister of the Republic of Singapore\ 83 years old

 

Khamtai Siphandon\ Former president of Laos\ 82 years old

 

Wojciech Jaruzelski\ Former Polish PM\ 83 years old

 

Walter Scheel\ federal minister of economic cooperation and development\87 years old

 

Helmut Schmidt\ German politician\ 88 years old

 

Over four years on and all nine of Banshees Scream's bold predicitions remain obstinately still alive ;) . However General Jaruzelski is in hospital yet again with heart problems and might do well to see 2011, let alone 2012...

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These are politicians, former PM's, and presidents that could have a place on next years list. They are the following...

 

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Over four years on and all nine of Banshees Scream's bold predicitions remain obstinately still alive :rolleyes: . However General Jaruzelski is in hospital yet again with heart problems and might do well to see 2011, let alone 2012...

 

Now General Jaruzelski is back in hospital with pleurisy. It wont kill him, but these things just keep adding up.

 

Though, according to the Polish, it's not looking too hot for him.

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These are politicians, former PM's, and presidents that could have a place on next years list. They are the following...

 

(snip)

 

Over four years on and all nine of Banshees Scream's bold predicitions remain obstinately still alive :lol: . However General Jaruzelski is in hospital yet again with heart problems and might do well to see 2011, let alone 2012...

 

Now General Jaruzelski is back in hospital with pleurisy. It wont kill him, but these things just keep adding up.

 

The pleurisy might not kill him, but the cancer probably will.

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Lech Walesa ill in hospital, in need of heart transplant apparently. Hope someone can show some solidarity with him.

 

 

These are politicians, former PM's, and presidents that could have a place on next years list. They are the following...

 

(snip)

 

Over four years on and all nine of Banshees Scream's bold predicitions remain obstinately still alive :lol: . However General Jaruzelski is in hospital yet again with heart problems and might do well to see 2011, let alone 2012...

 

Now General Jaruzelski is back in hospital with pleurisy. It wont kill him, but these things just keep adding up.

 

The pleurisy might not kill him, but the cancer probably will.

 

Lech Walesa has paid a reconciliatory hospital visit to his old nemesis General Jaruzelski, who is evidently finding living with cancer and pneumonia a bit of a struggle. Given that both have been discussed on these forums has possibilities, I thought the photo below gives a pretty graphic illustration of their contrasting health fortunes.

 

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Lech Walesa ill in hospital, in need of heart transplant apparently. Hope someone can show some solidarity with him.

 

 

These are politicians, former PM's, and presidents that could have a place on next years list. They are the following...

 

(snip)

 

Over four years on and all nine of Banshees Scream's bold predicitions remain obstinately still alive :lol: . However General Jaruzelski is in hospital yet again with heart problems and might do well to see 2011, let alone 2012...

 

Now General Jaruzelski is back in hospital with pleurisy. It wont kill him, but these things just keep adding up.

 

The pleurisy might not kill him, but the cancer probably will.

 

Lech Walesa has paid a reconciliatory hospital visit to his old nemesis General Jaruzelski, who is evidently finding living with cancer and pneumonia a bit of a struggle. Given that both have been discussed on these forums has possibilities, I thought the photo below gives a pretty graphic illustration of their contrasting health fortunes.

 

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Yup, Lech's definitely a goner! :lol:

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Health update... :skull:

 

“I feel very bad, that's why I almost never leave the house,” the 88-year-old told the Super Express tabloid. “I am in very bad shape, so not much is left of my life. I will be dying away, or expiring, in my home."
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“I am in very bad shape, so not much is left of my life. I will be dying away, or expiring, in my home."

 

Perhaps the journalist interviewing him should have done the follow up question "when?"

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Come on Spade... That's not really a befitting way to address anyone is it?

Jarulzelski's repressions were quite mild in many respects. As I remember no one was shot, disappeared or jailed for indeterminate amounts of time while he was leader.

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Come on Spade... That's not really a befitting way to address anyone is it?

Jarulzelski's repressions were quite mild in many respects. As I remember no one was shot, disappeared or jailed for indeterminate amounts of time while he was leader.

Hahaha, "As I remember"… were you living in Poland during the martial law? No. Are you old enough to remember it? No. Come on, you sound like a 5-year-old… If you know nothing on the subject, why not first educate yourself before posting embarrassing rubbish? http://en.wikipedia....l_law_in_Poland

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Come on Spade... That's not really a befitting way to address anyone is it?

Jarulzelski's repressions were quite mild in many respects. As I remember no one was shot, disappeared or jailed for indeterminate amounts of time while he was leader.

Hahaha, "As I remember"… were you living in Poland during the martial law? No. Are you old enough to remember it? No. Come on, you sound like a 5-year-old… If you know nothing on the subject, why not first educate yourself before posting embarrassing rubbish? http://en.wikipedia....l_law_in_Poland

Just to put a gloss back on that guest answer from above - ok - I hold my hand up. History reflects that between 90 to 100 died. In my book that's still low number for about 30 million population being pushed down under Marshall Law conditions. And I do remember it quite well as I was about 13 at the time and even then an avid watcher of the news.

 

As for today's news: I'm pushing him up the pecking order of my nailed on list.

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Marshall law = guess that's Wild West talk...

At least I've got half a brain...

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Marshall law? Marshall plan or martial law?

 

I think he means Marshall Vladimir Sergeyevich Law, the Soviet boss of General Jaruzelski at that time.

 

regards,

Hein

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Picture of him taken after he had a few visitors in the hospital: (article is in Polish but if you really want the link...)

 

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Even though this particular health issue probably won't kill him he certainly looks very poor

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