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No Wonder WHO Covered for China; Director Was Prominent Member of Communist Party

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No Wonder WHO Covered for China; Director Was Prominent Member of Communist Party

Forget the twisted toothpaste or lead-based plastic paint, China’s most dangerous product has rapidly been the novel coronavirus that has exploded around the world due, in part, to the brazen sponsorship of the country’s lies by the World Health Organisation.

It’s beautiful on the water.

How would the WHO support lies that evidently would inevitably morsel and cause a deadly infectious plague to spread across the globe?

First of all, the president of the World Health Organization is an exemplary leader of a militant socialist political movement.

That’s right. That’s right. According to the BBC, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director of the WHO, became president of the organisation only after “climbing through the ranks,” a career that started with participation in the Tigray People’s Liberation Front in his native Ethiopia.

The TPLF is not a group of citizens committed to canvassing districts for Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez or other radical candidates, but a militant organization that in the past has not been afraid of bloodshed.

The group played a prominent role in the civil war in Ethiopia which lasted for more than a decade and ended in 1991.

Despite the success of its unique revolutionary ideology in the fight, the party began to conduct violence that would cement its reputation as a terrorist organization.

“The TPLF is classified as a Tier III militant organization … based on its aggressive actions before it joined Ethiopia’s political coalition and government in May 1991,” reports a Homeland Security Memo.

Will the WHO hide the propaganda in China?

According to the Hill, Tedros is not someone who has been coaxed as a hate young man into the group, but a leading leader of the militant political faction.

It doesn’t seem as though he would dismiss his membership as just politics.

Ethiopian Registrar, the national journal, reports that the WHO director’s TPLF leadership makes him a party to “violence, massacres, torture, mass arrests” and other significant injustices that have been perpetrated during his administration.

This deliberate brutality, of course, is clearly not what the WHO is looking for in leadership stuff.

The health organization was presumably most interested in the history of epidemic outbreaks.

As reported in the New York Times in 2017, Tedros was accused of covering up three different outbreaks in Ethiopia when he was the health minister of the world two years before the latest coronaviral pandemic. The doctor shrugged off the deadly cholera outbreaks as “acute watery diarrhea.”

We can see signs of that same cover-up as the World Health Organization began to struggle with China as late as 14 January, saying that the latest coronavirus emanating from Hubei Province was incapable of spreading from humans to humans.

According to statistics from Johns Hopkins University, more than 66,500 deaths around the world have proven to be a lie on Sunday morning.

The role of Tedros in the TPLF makes him Chinese President Xi Jinping’s comrade in the everlasting communist fight.

In this sense, is it also shocking that the WHO has reversed China’s attempts to prove itself innocent in the face of the pandemic that it caused?

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Blackhawks to hold briefing on sexual assault investigation

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Blackhawks to hold briefing on sexual assault investigation

The Chicago Blackhawks are holding a briefing Tuesday to discuss the findings of an investigation into allegations that an assistant coach sexually assaulted a player in 2010.

Team owner Rocky Wirtz, CEO Danny Wirtz and former federal prosecutor Reid Schar, who ran the investigation, are scheduled to speak. The Blachhawks’ news release about the briefing made no mention of president of hockey operations and general manager Stan Bowman, who TSN reported was involved in a meeting 11 years ago that informed team officials of the assault.

The Blackhawks pledged to release the findings of the investigation, which Bowman, former Chicago coach Joel Quenneville and others who were in the organization at the time agreed to cooperate with.

Two lawsuits were filed against the Blackhawks: one alleging sexual assault by assistant coach Bradley Aldrich during the team’s Stanley Cup run in 2010 and another filed by a former student whom Aldrich was convicted of assaulting in Michigan. Aldrich left the Blackhawks after the 2009-10 season.

A former player said Aldrich assaulted him, and that the team did nothing after he informed an employee. The lawsuit, filed May 7 in Cook County Circuit Court, alleges Aldrich also assaulted another unidentified Blackhawks player. The former player who sued and is seeking more than $150,000 in damages is referred in the document as “John Doe.”

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Avalanche defenseman Sam Girard not practicing. He was checked into the boards by Steven Stamkos in overtime at Tampa Bay

Avalanche defenseman Sam Girard will miss at least one game resulting from an awkward check into the boards on Saturday from Lightning captain Steven Stamkos.

Coach Jared Bednar confirmed that Girard won’t be available on Tuesday when Colorado hosts the Vegas Knights at Ball Arena. He is still considered “day-to-day” for return with an upper-body injury.

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New Christmas movie drive-in at Red Rocks to screen favs from “Love Actually” to “Die Hard”

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New Christmas movie drive-in at Red Rocks to screen favs from “Love Actually” to “Die Hard”

The continuing, sold-out success of Denver Film’s annual Film on the Rocks series at Red Rocks Amphitheatre has now birthed a sibling.

Film on the Rocks: Holiday Drive-In Series kicks off Friday, Nov. 25, with a baker’s dozen of crowd-pleasing films that tap our nostalgia and seasonal sentimentality, such as “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation,” “Love Actually,” “Gremlins” and “Die Hard.”

Tickets cost $59.50 per car, per film, and will include a movie-themed snack pack. Passes are on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 29 via redrocksonline.com.

Like the warm-weather Film on the Rocks, the outdoor series — not to be confused with the Holiday Twin drive-in in Fort Collins — is set against the majestic natural backdrop of the famous amphitheater. As with summer 2020, it’s taking place in the parking lot and not in the seated amphitheater. (Although it’s easy to see people sitting happily in the snow for a couple of hours at Red Rocks, given that this is Colorado.)

“For more than two decades, Film on the Rocks has been delivering memorable summer traditions and experiences to our audiences,” said Kevin Smith, chief marketing officer for Denver Film, in a press statement. “Beginning this year, we’re excited to join our partners at Denver Arts & Venues to extend that experience and help create some stand-out winter memories for thousands of our guests around some of their favorite holiday films.”

Programmers will screen 13 “all-time holiday classics, including a season cartoon before each feature film,” according to the press statement. The program in partnership with Red Rocks owner and city agency Denver Arts & Venues, runs weekends through Dec. 12. It also kicks off just a couple of weeks after the finale of Denver Film’s 44th Denver Film Festival.

Holiday Drive-In movies will be presented on a 48-foot by 28-foot LED screen in the Red Rocks Lower South Lot 2 parking area, with sound delivered through a designated FM radio frequency. Guests are required to remain inside their vehicles for the duration of the events, organizers said, with gates opening an hour before the show with a 350-vehicle capacity.

Here’s the full lineup:

“Planes, Trains & Automobiles” — 4:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 26

“National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation” — 8 p.m. Friday, Nov 26

“Polar Express” — 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 27

“Die Hard” — 8 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 27

“Home Alone” — 4:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 28

 “Gremlins” — 7:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 3

“Jingle All the Way” — 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 4

“Batman Returns” — 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 4

“How the Grinch Stole Christmas” — 4:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 5

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