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Friday, April 12, 2019

Switzerland: all you néed to know about Paul Biya's illness

The president would be in bad shape if we believe the medical record of the dictator, that BAS Geneva was able to obtain thanks to the kindness of physicians acquired to the cause of our fight.

Indeed, suffering for several years already from prostate hyperplasia, which at its age, is quite in the order of things, we have also just learned that the tyrant has since 2003, been diagnosed with Waldenström's disease, that is to say, the same malady that once suffered and ended up succumbing to President Georges Pompidou on April 2, 1974. Alassane Ouattara, the Ivorian president, would suffer as well.

So, what exactly is Waldenström 's disease? According to specialists, Waldenström disease, also called macroglobulinemia, is a rare form of blood cancer. This disease of unknown origin has the particularity of being neither contagious nor even hereditary. All patients suffering from it suffer from a benign lesion of vascular origin, located in the anorectal region, and hyperalgesic intermittently. This explains the particular way in which these patients walk, and not to stand long standing. In addition to a rapid loss of breath, the patient's eye tends to deform due to excessive accumulation and concentration of metastases.

The blood tests of the dictator of Cameroon, dating back to 2003, that is to say at the time of the very first diagnosis, list the hyptheses as follows: "It is a blood disease that can be lethal in eighteen months, to be lasting ten to fifteen years. "No need to be a wizard since then, to conclude that if it lasts since 2003, we are in the second hypothesis!

Since his swearing, we learn that Paul Biya was considerably thin, eating very little, and still under the pressure of his companion. He suffers and bleeds profusely, spends a lot of time in his room,  and receives only his chief of protocol, and members of the first circle of his family. His wife, just like his daughter, urge him to leave all ceasing business in Switzerland, to continue his care.

The BAS, meanwhile, does not hear it that way, and intends to make his next Swiss holiday as unpleasant as possible. Informed in real time, by accomplices equipped with devices systematically tracking any aircraft that enters the Swiss air species, the BAS has mobilized 15,000 very determined fighters, who will move to the airport as soon as the dictator's plane touches the tarmac , as a welcoming committee. As I write these lines, our members are on a spotting tour in all the clinics in Geneva, Lausanne, Neuchâtel and Baden - Baden in Germany, where the tyrant sometimes has his medical habits.