Fake Orlando Shooting – Gun Control Propaganda

EVERYTHING ABOUT THE LATEST “ALLEGED” MASS MURDER SHOOTING IN ORLANDO, FLORIDA SUGGESTS IT’S ANOTHER STAGED FALSE FLAG HOAXEver been on a movie set? The photo above in Orlando, Florida is exactly what a movie set looks like, with staged lighting
I was thinking I’d check out the Pulse website and there is a comment from the owner, Sara Brady…when you google her it pops up with information on a Sarah Brady who is an advocate for gun control…hmmm
This must be getting old even to the Global Elite. The people and places are different, but the song remains the same. It looks like this latest shooting in Orlando is just another False Flag hoax aimed at further eroding the Constitution.Read More
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Police Officer Blows The Lid On Vaccine Crimes PLEASE SHARE!

At the No Jab No Pay No Way rally in Brisbane Qld Australia former Sergeant of Police Chris Savage explains how police and doctors, who are brainwashed, blame parents for vaccine injury and death. Former Sergeant of Police Chris Savage was working in the Queensland Police Service from 1990 to 2012 and he was harmed in October 1989 by the Hep B vaccine. This woke him up to the danger of vaccines and then during the career he attended sudden deaths of babies after vaccines. He asked the parents what the baby’s health was like in the 2 months with no vaccine and the light came on and they said their baby was healthy eating and sleeping and after the vaccine all hell broke loose with inconsolable crying, convulsions, seizures and then death. Brainwashed police are accusing the parents of Shaken Baby Syndrome. Parents who found there baby deceased and picked the child to gently shake were immediately accused of SBS. Then the police would rely on pro vaccine doctor’s medical evidence to convict the parent or baby sitter and they would go to prison. On all the post mortems the SIDS, SUDI or SBS all had Cerebral Cortex inflammation and swelling which causes brain to push against the skull and artery compression would lead to bursting and the baby would be severely injured or die.
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How Vaccines Harm Child Brain Development – Professor of Biology Dr Russell Blaylock – Warning to all!!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7QBcM…
Dr. Suzanne Humphries on The Dangers of Vaccineshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=McfXd…

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MIGRANT HOUSING CRISIS: Britain needs to build TWO MILLION new homes just for EU arrivals

Iain Duncan-Smith said we will need to create 240 houses every day for the next 20 years to cope with a huge wave of immigration from eastern Europe as he blasted the EU’s uncaring elite.
The senior Eurosceptic warned that uncontrolled immigration is pricing young British people out of the housing market, with two-thirds of the available properties over the last 15 years being occupied by foreign nationals.
And he said that with the average age of the first time buyer now at 31, the prospects of young British people looking to start their own families will only get bleaker if we vote to stay in the EU.

He made the remarks in a keynote speech railing against Europe’s elite, who he says have betrayed low paid workers in favour of big banks and tax dodging multinationals.
The former Work and Pensions Secretary blasted Brussels as a “force for social injustice” and urged better off Britons to think of the less well off when casting their vote on June 23.
He argued that spiralling immigration has severely depressed British people’s wages, whilst punitive EU legislation of farming and energy have pushed up household bills and left many struggling to make ends meet.
EU migration to Britain has ballooned by 50% since 2010, and if current levels are maintained an extra 690,000 jobseekers from across Europe will descend on the country in the next decade.

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UK Home Office gives up trying to deport six ISIS suspects thanks to EU

The UK’s Home Office has admitted defeat in a ten-year legal battle to deport six Al-Qaeda linked terrorism suspects to Algeria.
The Special Immigration Appeals Commission (SIAC) ruled in April that to deport the terror suspects would violate their human rights. This week the Home Office decided not to appeal, giving up on the case and effectively granting the men the right to stay in the UK.
“It is not inconceivable that these Appellants, if returned to Algeria, would be subject to ill-treatment infringing Article 3 [prohibition of torture under the European Convention on Human Rights]” the court ruled in April. “There is a real risk of such a breach.”
The Home Office argued that the men posed a threat to Britain’s national security. They also argued that agreements with Algerian President Bouteflika were sufficient guarantee that torture would not occur.
The SIAC found those arguments unconvincing, noting that the Bouteflika is nearly 80 and has suffered a brain haemorrhage.
The men cannot be identified for legal reasons but were reported to be linked to plots in the UK and abroad. They are living under strict bail conditions and are being watched. The Telegraph estimates the cost of watching them to be £10 million per year. The court battle also cost the government £1 million.

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REVEALED: Why our historic churches are being turned into Mosques

Christians in Turkey have – throughout the centuries — been turned into a tiny, dwindling minority. The remaining few Christian churches in Anatolia are also on the path to total annihilation.
The Hagia Sophia, Greek for “Holy Wisdom,” was one of the many historic Orthodox churches located in the city of Trabzon. Watch this short video by the marine archaeologist Susan Langley to see the unique etchings on the walls of the former church:

The third and youngest of the Hagia Sophia’s in Turkey, the church was first converted to a mosque during the Ottoman rule. In 1964, it was turned into a museum. Since 2013, however, it was converted into a mosque.
Christian symbols in the church have been damaged or destroyed. Nails have been pounded into the walls in order to hang curtains inside the new “mosque” to create a separate section for women. The frescos on the ceiling have been veiled with wooden curtains and the mosaics on the floors have been covered with a carpet.
Frescos like these in the Hagia Sophia have been covered up since the church was converted into a mosque.
Some walls have been painted green. A toilet and ferroconcrete structures have been built around the former church.
You can see photos of the new Haghia Sophia “mosque” by clicking here.
Watch this video to see the transformation of the church-museum into a mosque:
The city of Trabzon (or “Trapezus” in Greek), is located in the ancient land of Pontos, in the north-eastern Black Sea region of Turkey. The first Greek settlements appeared in the region as early as 800 BC. Many renowned Greek philosophers, such as Diogenes and Strabo, were born and raised in Pontos, which means “sea” in Greek.
The region is also central to the Christian faith. Pontos and its inhabitants are mentioned thrice in the New Testament. The Pontic (Pontian) people were some of the very first converts to Christianity. Trabzon had its own bishop as early as the First Council of Nicaea in AD 325.
“Trabzon,” wrote the historian Sam Topalidis, “was the ancient capital of the Greek-speaking Komnenos Byzantine Kingdom (1204–1461) within the Pontos—the northeast portion of Anatolia adjacent the Black Sea. It survived until 1461, eight years after the fall of Byzantine Constantinople when both localities fell to the Ottoman Turks.”
The Ottoman Sultan Mehmed II invaded and captured the city after a month-long siege and took its ruler and his family into captivity.[i]

A forgotten genocide: Pontic Greek genocide
Pontos was first invaded by Seljuk Turks in the 1070s and 1080s, and then by the Ottoman imperial army. The demographics as well as the culture of the region have ever since been totally changed.
“During the following two centuries of Ottoman rule, the 16th and 17th centuries, Greek communities in Asia Minor resisted constant pressures to convert to Islam,” reported the Pontian Greek Society of Chicago.
“Most managed to preserve their religion, ethnic traditions, and culture. During the 17th and 18th centuries, however, thousands of Greeks were forced to convert to Islam, among them 250,000 Pontian Greeks. Thousands of Greeks fled to Christian Russia to escape Turkish persecution, particularly following the numerous Russian-Turkish wars in the 19th century.”
The gravest mass murders of Christians took place during the latest stage of the Ottoman Empire as well as the founding phase of the Republic of Turkey.
The main organizer of the Christian genocide was the Ottoman Committee of Union and Progress (CUP) whose aim was to achieve the “Turkification” of Anatolia by eliminating Christian communities.
In 2007, the International Association of Genocide Scholars (IAGS) declared:
“Be it resolved that it is the conviction of the International Association of Genocide Scholars that the Ottoman campaign against Christian minorities of the Empire between 1914 and 1923 constituted a genocide against Armenians, Assyrians, and Pontian and Anatolian Greeks.”
“These atrocities,” according to the Pontian Greek Society of Chicago, “include the burning of hundreds of villages and the murder of their inhabitants, particularly in the Pontus region. In September of 1921, this campaign of terror and extermination resulted in the arrest and execution of hundreds of prominent Pontian Greeks on trumped-up charges of treason.
“As a consequence of the deliberate and systematic policy of ‘Turkey for the Turks,’ approximately 2.5 million Armenians, Assyrians, and Greeks were murdered or were victims of the ‘white death.’ This term was used to describe all deaths that resulted from lack of food, disease, and exposure to the elements during the deportations and death marches.”
“The Pontians had suffered a lot throughout their history of nearly 3,000 years,” wrote the author Olga Balytnikova-Rakitianskaia. “But the genocide was the most terrible of their misfortunes, for it deprived the Greeks of the Black Sea not only of their friends and relatives, but also of their native land.”
The final stage of the end of the Greek Orthodox civilization of Pontos was during the 1923 compulsory exchange of populations between the states of Greece and Turkey. As a result of this forced population exchange conducted in the aftermath of the genocide, Anatolian and Pontic Greeks were forcibly removed from their homeland.
In extreme panic and fear of their lives, the majority of Greeks had already fled before the signing of the convention, according to the researcher Aris Tsilfidis.
“The Convention concerning the Exchange of Populations between Greece and Turkey which was signed on the 1st of May 1923 was conducted in order to save the remaining 189,916 Greeks from further persecution and death at the hand of the Turks.”
Even 93 years later, the very few remaining traces of Christianity in Turkey are still being systematically eradicated by state authorities. Apparently, even the supposed “secular” constitution of the country has not enabled many historic churches in the country to remain churches.
Today, Trabzon is one of the cities with the highest number of mosques in Turkey. According to the statistics of Turkey’s Presidency of Religious Affairs (Diyanet), the city had 1,952 mosques in the year 2014, which means there is no shortage of mosques in the city.
The systematic conversions of historic churches or church-museums into mosques, therefore, speak volumes about the level of tolerance, religious freedom and pluralism in Turkey.
Meanwhile, the Islamic State (ISIS) has also been busy converting historic churches into mosques in their self-declared Islamic caliphate.
In 2015, the Chaldean Churches of St. Joseph and of St. Ephrem in Mosul, for instance, were turned into mosques by ISIS terrorists.
Nuri Kino, president and founder of “A Demand For Action,” told Newsweek the church conversion is proof of the Islamic State’s intentions with Iraqi Christians.
“A year ago they said, ‘Convert, pay or die.’ Then it turned out to be a lie, that even if you pay, you will not be able to stay,” Kino said.
“If they changed a church to a mosque it is further proof of their cleansing, something that many call a genocide,” he added. “They destroy our artifacts, our churches, and try to erase us in any way they can.”
The intentions of Turkey and the Islamic State (ISIS) — in terms of their treatment of Christians and churches — appear to be quite similar, with one exception: The Islamic State is a rogue regime; Turkey is a NATO member and a candidate for EU membership.

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‘ISIS slayer’: Convicted Chesterfield rapist Barry Hall who fled country is jailed

Images have emerged of a heavily-built executioner ramming a knife through the chest of a man deemed to have committed “crimes against the caliphate”.
The victim, named by news agency ABNA as Abdulhadi Essa al-Salem, was stabbed in the heart before being shot in the head in the ISIS stronghold of Raqqa, Syria.
Shocking photos, posted on Twitter by Syrian activist group Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently, show the victim then being crucified in public.
According to ABNA, he had been accused of co-operating with the US-led coalition against the heinous jihadi cult.
It is the latest gruesome method of execution carried out by ISIS extremists, who infamously set Jordanian pilot Moath al-Kasasbeh on fire before dumping rubble on his burning corpse.
Yesterday, The Express reported that ISIS – also known as Daesh – had thrown a man from a building feet first for allegedly being a homosexual.
The unidentified victim had been accused of “sodomy”, according to local sources, and was punished for his supposed crime by being pushed off the five-storey structure in Aleppo.

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WATCH: Father’s day attack on dads and their families by savage Islamists

On May 5, 2016, Germany celebrated Father’s Day. While out celebrating, German fathers were attacked by islamist migrants on the street. Listen to the screams. Watch the SUV intentionally run over someone.

🆘‼ Streets of Germany: yesterday on Father’s Day in East Germany. Migrants attacked a group of celebrating fathers. pic.twitter.com/qLectyeXgN
— Onlinemagazin (@OnlineMagazin) May 6, 2016

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Divisions sparked by mass immigration could lead to CATASTROPHE, says ex-equalities chief

Trevor Phillips forecast conflict between communities and the undermining of Britain’s rights and values unless the country abandoned past “squeamishness, complacency and liberal self-delusion” about the problems which racial, religious and cultural differences can produce.
His recommended steps include ensuring English is the standard working language, requiring public bodies to promote integration and curbing limits on free speech.
His rallying cry is part of a pamphlet, Race and Faith: The Deafening Silence, published today by the thinktank Civitas.

The writer and TV producer, a former chairman of the Equality and Human Rights Commission, argued that Britain is living in a new era of “superdiversity” with different groups of people arriving in greater numbers than ever before.
This required a shift from Britain’s traditional approach of gradual and natural integration to a more active policy.

He wrote: “In my view, squeamishness about addressing diversity and its discontents risks allowing our country to sleepwalk to a catastrophe that will set community against community, endorse sexist aggression, suppress freedom of expression, reverse hard-won civil liberties, and undermine the liberal democracy that has served this country so well for so long.
“Worst of all it may destroy popular support for the values that have, in my opinion, characterised the greatest political advances in my lifetime: equality and solidarity.”

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Hospital worker gets 17 years for murdering flatmate who refused to have sex with him

Gary Stevenson killed 25-year-old Katy Rourke in the flat they shared in Govan, Glasgow in December last year after the pair had been drinking.
The 27-year-old “totally lost control” and repeatedly punched the blonde before grabbing a kitchen knife and stabbing her three times, he said.
Ms Rourke – originally from Broughty Ferry near Dundee – said he had slept with Stevenson before but grew frustrated when she failed to show interest again.
Her body was found at the flat not far from Glasgow Rangers’ Ibrox Stadium.
Ms Rourke had been working on cruise ships in Australia and had recently returned from Down Under when she moved in with her sister Jen, 28.
Stevenson – who will be caged for at least 17 years – admitted the killing at the flat after he was tracked to North Berwick, in East Lothian, where he tried to take his own life.
Friends came forward with footage of the creep making jokes about murder before he went on to attack the blonde.
He later told police he needed to face up to what he did and “give Katy’s family justice”.
He had drunk half a bottle of Buckfast before sharing a bottle of vodka with Ms Rourke before the brutal attack.
He told investigators: “I lost control. I didn’t think about the consequence of my actions.

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SHOCK FIGURES: YOU need to pay for 27 new schools to educate mass influx of EU kids

And Britain needs to build 27 full-sized secondary schools just to educated the massive influx of foreign kids.
For the first time, a Government report has revealed the full extent of immigration from Europe on the state of the nation’s education system at a time of growing strain on classroom places.
Almost 700,000 school-aged children – one in 15 pupils nationally – have a parent who is a citizen of another European country.
This has more than doubled since 2007.
That figure includes children who moved to Britain with their parents and those who were born here after one or both parents migrated to the UK from their home countries.
In one year alone numbers of school-aged children coming to Britain from Europe reached a staggering 25,000.
At a time when the UK’s school-age population shrank slightly from 10.5million in 2007 to 10.4million, the number of children aged between five and 18 with at least one European parent more than doubled.
Last year, saw the biggest rise in the number of school-age children from European migrants’ families, when the figures increased from 565,000 in 2014 to 699,000 in 2015.
According to the Sunday Telegraph, 27 average-sized new secondary schools would be needed to accommodate such an influx.

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Poland blocks refugees from settling as they ‘pose security threat’

Jaroslaw Kaczynski, who is head of Poland’s ruling Law and Justice party (PiS), risks landing the country with a €1billion (£789million) bill if it sticks to the announcement.
Migrants fleeing to Europe from war-torn countries such as Syria are being redistributed across the continent to help fulfil automatic quotas for each member state.
States are also being forced to pay €250,000 per refugee they have refused, in rules announced by the European Commission last week.
But the former Prime Minister of Poland says the country will not take any more in and have refused outright to pay any fine imposed on them.
Kaczynski said he needed to protect his country from any terror attacks by keeping migrants out.
He said: “After recent events connected with acts of terror we will not accept refugees because there is no mechanism that would ensure security.
“This is the position of the prime minister and the whole of PiS.”
Kaczy?ski also addressed the migration crisis in Europe during a party broadcast on YouTube on Saturday entitled “A Strong Poland in Europe”, the day of an anti-government protest in Warsaw.

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BREAKING: Every Post Office in UK closed due to major technical glitch

People have been turned away from Post Office branches across the country.
Angry customers complained of trecking from branch to branch only to find each one closed.
The Post Office said it had called an emergency meeting with its counter services team after customers turned up at opening time to find branches shut.
The Post Office posted a message on social media acknowledging the technical issues.It read: “We’re aware of issues with counter services at some branches.
“We’re working urgently to resolve and apologise for inconvenience or delay.”

The system was down for several hours before being fixed towards the end of the morning.A Post Office spokesperson said: “We apologise to customers for any inconvenience or delay caused by issues with our counter services at some branches earlier this morning.

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SHOCKING VIDEO: Tourists jump OVERBOARD after ship is engulfed in fireball

A cruise ship carrying tourists from the UK, France, New Zealand, India, Korea and Taiwan, spectacularly caught fire in a harbour.
Thought to have started in the kitchen, the wooden boat – which did not have an automatic firefighting system – was quickly engulfed in flames.

Dramatic footage shows passengers leaping into the water to escape the heat, as within minutes the boat is consumed by the inferno.
Three passengers are currently receiving treatment in hospital for minor injuries, and the remainder have been transferred to Hanoi, Vietnam, after the blaze at Tuan Chau Harbour.

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New feature-length documentary film shows why we must vote for Brexit

A glitzy first night has been promised for Brexit: The Movie when the featurelength documentary enjoys its premiere at the Odeon in London’s Leicester Square on Wednesday night.
Organisers Leave.EU said the film is one of the key events in the run up to the referendum on June 23.
“The premiere will be attended by celebrities, key figures of the Leave campaign, the film’s backers and members of the Leave community,” a spokesman said.
“It will be one of the pinnacle events of the entire Leave movement in the run up to the EU Referendum.

“The movie makes a compelling and persuasive case for Britain to leave the European Union.
“It highlights the undemocratic, unaccountable nature of the EU and its drift towards extremism and long-term economic decline.
“It examines the danger of becoming a prisoner in Fortress Europe and the opportunities that open up to us when we leave – arguing for a Britain that is independent, free-trading, confident and global.”
Brexit: The Movie was financed by 1,800 supporters who raised £100,000.
It mixes archive, animation and skits with interviews from commentators across the political spectrum.

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HUMAN RIGHTS FARCE: Terror suspects ‘with al-Qaeda links’ CAN’T be deported

The men are deemed to be a threat to national security due to alleged links with depraved Islamist group al-Qaeda.
But an immigration court ruled there was a “real risk” they would be at risk of torture if they were deported to Algeria.
This would have violated Article 3 of the Human Rights Act, which guards against “torture or degrading or inhuman treatment”.
The men are said to include associates of the notorious hate preacher Abu Hamza, who is serving a life sentence for terror-related offences.

Another is alleged to be a organiser for terror plots overseas with “direct links” to Osama Bin Laden, the Telegraph said.
But the Home Secretary Theresa May is not expected to challenge the controversial decision by the Special Immigration Appeals Commission (SIAC).
fraught” by the court.
And the cost of keeping the six suspects under surveillance could cost as much as £10million, according to reports
The Algerians, who who cannot be named for legal reasons, are now living in England on strict bail conditions.

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61,000 migrants seek asylum in Germany in ONE MONTH

German officials announced that there were a total of 60,943 asylum applications for the month of April – which equates to 731,316 in a year.
The figure looks set to put increased pressure on German Chancellor Angela Merkel with protesters already calling for her resignation amid concerns over tthe number of migrants who have reached the country.
Thousands of ‘Merkel Must Go’ demonstrators marched through Berlin on Saturday waving banners reading: “No Islam on German soil” and “refugees not welcome”.

Germany’s neighbour, Austria, had been struggling to cope after becoming a major transit route for migrants seeking to claim asylum across the border.
In 2015 more than one million asylum seekers arrived in Austria trying to reach Germany after travelling through Greece and the Balkans, puttinga strain on Austria’s resources.
Interior Minister Johanna Mikl-Leitner said: “It is a matter of common sense to secure our borders as long as there is no European solution.
“I see it as our responsibility, to maintain security, order and the quality of life in Austria for our citizens.”

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ISIS savages order CHILDREN to watch as they throw blindfolded ‘gay man’ off building

The killing is the most recent in a series of horrific executions of young men in Syria accused of “sodomy” under the depraved regime’s legal system.
The victim, believed to have been a Syrian resident of the occupied city of Manbij in the Aleppo province, was hurled from the top of a building in front of hundreds of onlookers.
He fell 100ft while blindfolded and barefooted with hands bound behind his back as children, who had been ordered to watch the disgusting punishment, stood nearby.
After smacking into the concrete, his crumpled body was then stoned by a baying mob of jihadi sympathisers.
This is the latest in a long line of gruesome images showing brutal techniques ISIS uses to execute its prisoners.
Daesh’s methods of slaughtering homosexuals are believed to have been based on the Hadith – an ancient collection of sayings that second hand sources attributed to the Prophet Mohammad 200 years after his death.

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GOOD NEWS: Migrants will PAY for NHS: New charges for A&E and prescriptions

The shake up is designed to save taxpayers £500million a year within three years.
It follows growing concerns that the mass influx of migrants over the last decade is putting unsustainable pressure on the health service.
But the measures, which will apply to foreigners from outside the EU, is unlikely to allay concerns that European migration is adding to the strain on the NHS.

A senior Government source said: “The changes will mean overseas visitors who do no pay for NHS care through their taxes make a fair contribution to the NHS so that we can continue to invest in services for patients and deliver high-quality care.”
Campaigners welcomed the move last night.
Jonathan Isaby, chief executive of the Taxpayers’ Alliance, said: “For too long it’s been far too easy for migrants cone to the country and use NHS services without contributing through taxes. “We have a national, not an international health service and at a time when savings have to be made, the Government is absolutely right to introduce these charges to make sure taxpayers aren’t left short-changed.”
The announcement, to be made when the Monarch makes her annual visit to Parliament on May 18 to unveil the Government’s legislative programme, follows a public consultation.
When the consultation was launched last year, Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt said: “We want to make sure that everyone makes a fair contribution to services, by extending charging to make sure visitors pay for the care they receive.
“This Government was the first to introduce tough measures to clamp down on migrants accessing the NHS and these changes will recover up to £500 million per year to put back into frontline patient care.”

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GOOD NEWS: Migrants will PAY for NHS: New charges for A&E and prescriptions

The shake up is designed to save taxpayers £500million a year within three years.
It follows growing concerns that the mass influx of migrants over the last decade is putting unsustainable pressure on the health service.
But the measures, which will apply to foreigners from outside the EU, is unlikely to allay concerns that European migration is adding to the strain on the NHS.

A senior Government source said: “The changes will mean overseas visitors who do no pay for NHS care through their taxes make a fair contribution to the NHS so that we can continue to invest in services for patients and deliver high-quality care.”
Campaigners welcomed the move last night.
Jonathan Isaby, chief executive of the Taxpayers’ Alliance, said: “For too long it’s been far too easy for migrants cone to the country and use NHS services without contributing through taxes. “We have a national, not an international health service and at a time when savings have to be made, the Government is absolutely right to introduce these charges to make sure taxpayers aren’t left short-changed.”
The announcement, to be made when the Monarch makes her annual visit to Parliament on May 18 to unveil the Government’s legislative programme, follows a public consultation.
When the consultation was launched last year, Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt said: “We want to make sure that everyone makes a fair contribution to services, by extending charging to make sure visitors pay for the care they receive.
“This Government was the first to introduce tough measures to clamp down on migrants accessing the NHS and these changes will recover up to £500 million per year to put back into frontline patient care.”

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Could Nasa announce aliens exist TOMORROW? Major development in Kelper mission due

The US space agency says it will unveil to the globe the “latest discoveries made by its planet-hunting mission, the Kepler Space Telescope”, during a news teleconference.
The update has left alien conspiracy theorists, who are convinced NASA and world governments have been covering up the existence of aliens for years, speechless as they had been predicting such a revelation was due.
Express.co.uk reported last week how NASA chief scientist Ellen Stofan said “strong indications of life beyond Earth” would likely be obtained within the next decade.
Conspiracy theorists interpreted comments as a coded warning for an imminent disclosure to the world of the existence of intelligent alien beings.
Now NASA has formally confirmed an announcement is due, conspiracists have been sent into overdrive.
But is this actually likely?
Judging by earlier announcements of findings from the Kepler Mission made by NASA, the more down to Earth speculation is that they will reveal the discovery of another Earth-like planet outside our solar system that could just potentially support life on another world.
The Kepler mission uses the powerful Kepler Telescope to look at changes in the light of distant stars to establish the planets orbiting them and distance from them.It has identified more than 1,000 so far.

One of the more notable came last July with the discovery of what NASA described as “Earth’s bigger older cousin”, called Kepler-452b, and later dubbed Earth 2.
But although it inhabited the so-called Goldilocks zone at the right temperature of not too hot or cold from its distant star, and had a rocky surface, there was no actual evidence it did house life.
Other speculation surrounds the theory of an “alien megastructure” around a distant star also sparked by the mission last year.
In 2015 scientists triggered a major alien mystery after spotting something bizarre through the Kepler Telescope.
An unknown object which was causing the light produced by the star KIC 8462852 to dim by more than 20% was speculated by researchers as being anything from comets to a huge Star Wars Death Star-like alien-built “megastructure” around it that could even be harvesting solar energy.
This was later dismissed as probably the more wilder type of speculation after boffins from the Search for Extra Terrestrial Life Institute (SETI) got involved.
SETI project experts watched the star with a powerful radio telescope with 42 six-metre antennas, finding no signs of life.
Massimo Marengo of Iowa State University said: ‘’The scenario in which the dimming in the KIC 8462852 light curve were caused by the destruction of a family of comets remains the preferred explanation.”

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GOOD NEWS: Migrants will PAY for NHS: New charges for A&E and prescriptions

The shake up is designed to save taxpayers £500million a year within three years.
It follows growing concerns that the mass influx of migrants over the last decade is putting unsustainable pressure on the health service.
But the measures, which will apply to foreigners from outside the EU, is unlikely to allay concerns that European migration is adding to the strain on the NHS.

A senior Government source said: “The changes will mean overseas visitors who do no pay for NHS care through their taxes make a fair contribution to the NHS so that we can continue to invest in services for patients and deliver high-quality care.”
Campaigners welcomed the move last night.
Jonathan Isaby, chief executive of the Taxpayers’ Alliance, said: “For too long it’s been far too easy for migrants cone to the country and use NHS services without contributing through taxes. “We have a national, not an international health service and at a time when savings have to be made, the Government is absolutely right to introduce these charges to make sure taxpayers aren’t left short-changed.”
The announcement, to be made when the Monarch makes her annual visit to Parliament on May 18 to unveil the Government’s legislative programme, follows a public consultation.
When the consultation was launched last year, Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt said: “We want to make sure that everyone makes a fair contribution to services, by extending charging to make sure visitors pay for the care they receive.
“This Government was the first to introduce tough measures to clamp down on migrants accessing the NHS and these changes will recover up to £500 million per year to put back into frontline patient care.”

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‘Save our faith’ Christians protest amid fears churches may be ‘destroyed’

Worshippers took to the streets after rumours emerged that the country’s Islamist government was planning to seize and destroy four historic places of worship during the construction process.
Brave parishioners risked potential violence and arrest as they took to the streets to fight for their churches, holding aloft banners and chanting “we don’t give an inch of our holy places” and “we want our rights”.
Officials insist that the places of worship – which lie directly on the path of the new underground line – will not be harmed in any way by the project and denied accusations they are planning to seize and destroy the buildings.

The four churches concerned – Cathedral Church, Noulakha Church, St Andrew’s Church and St Paul’s Presbyterian Church – are all in the eastern Pakistani city of Lahore, where a Taliban bombing at a playground in Lahore on Easter Sunday killed 69 Christians.
But despite the reassuring noises coming out of Istanbul campaigners have expressed extreme reservations about the government’s intentions given its dire record on protecting Christians.
Nasir Saeed, director of the UK-based Centre for Legal Aid, Assistance and Settlement (CLAAS-UK) , said nerves are jangling amidst spiralling persecution of Christians in Pakistan.

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