Stormzy And Idris Elba Dressed Up As Santa To Visit Kids In Hospital

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Stormzy And Idris Elba Dressed Up As Santa To Visit Kids In Hospital

Stormzy and Idris Elba dressed up as Father Christmas and paid a visit to sick children at two hospitals in London. How nice is that?

Being stuck in hospital at the time of year must be horrible for kids, so the pair dressed up and managed to put some smiles on the faces of the patients on the children’s wards of Newham and Whipps Cross hospitals.

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The pair, alongside a bunch of elf-helpers, did the rounds at the hospitals, posing for photos with the children as well as handing out presents – and it looks like they enjoyed themselves while giving something back.

Speaking to the Newhall Recorder, Idris said: “I always wanted to give back in this way, to children’s hospitals.

“With a 15-year-old daughter and three-year-old son myself, I can only imagine the anguish and maybe even fear these children and their parents are experiencing.

“This visit was just a moment for me to hopefully bring a smile to the children who are unwell, in hospital and away from the comfort of their homes during the Christmas period.”

The dad of one of the patients, told the paper: “What a surprise! Great to see two mega stars taking time out to dress up as Santa and bringing gifts for our son – a treasured memory. Thank you Newham Hospital.”

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Fans heaped praise on the two stars on social media, calling the gesture ‘sweet’ and the pair ‘legends’.

Idris and Stormzy have become pals in recent months and have been spotted out drinking with their other halves in clubs in London. My invite must have got lost in the post.

Source: The Newham Recorder

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Mafia Warns Pope Francis: Stop Forgiving Pedophile Priests

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Mafia Warns Pope Francis: Stop Forgiving Pedophile Priests

The Mafia has responded to the Pope’s suggestion that members of the crime family should be excommunicated from the Catholic Church by warning him to stop forgiving pedophile priests.

The infamous crime syndication has stated that if priests who are caught raping children deserve a second chance then so do they.

Head of one of the prominent elite Mafia families, Giovanni Gambino, pointed out that Pope Francis had forgiven priests in South America who were guilty of pedophilia.

The Mafia unofficially protects the Vatican from ISIS, and Gambino warned that without that protection, ISIS could “overrun the Vatican and turn it into a mosque within 15 years”.

According to Catholic Online, The mafia in Italy engages in a variety of criminal enterprises including drug trafficking, human trafficking, extortion, and corruption. Such activities are profitable and increase their power, but they harm countless others, many of whom are innocent of wrongdoing.Hollywood movies portray the mafia as familial organizations, brutal to outsiders and those who are disloyal, but loving and traditional when it comes to their own families.

They are portrayed as abiding by a code of ethics and honor that is stringently upheld despite their criminal nature.

Such depictions are romanticized, and actual members of the mafia run the gamut from godfather to simple thug.

The harm caused by the mafia likely outweighs any good they do, such as protecting the Vatican from ISIS.

Giovanni Gambino, the son of a prominent mafia elite, spoke out against the possibility that Pope Francis may excommunicate members of the mafia.

Many members of the mafia are Catholic and traditionally conservative.

mafia heir giovanni gambino met with hillary clinton who promised his father a presidential pardon

Mafia heir Giovanni Gambino met with Hillary Clinton who promised his father a presidential pardon

Gambino pointed out that Pope Francis forgives pedophile priests in South America.He asked that members of the mafia be given a second chance too.

He warned that without mafia protection, ISIS could overrun the Vatican and turn it into a mosque within 15 years.

Gambino also spoke out against the influx of refugees and illegal immigrants into Sicily.

It should be noted that pedophile priests can be forgiven, but that does not mean they are free from the consequences of their actions.

Such people belong in prison. The same goes for members of the mafia who commit crimes.

These people can be forgiven, but there are also consequences.

Excommunication is the most severe penalty the Church can impose upon a person.

It restricts a person from the blessings of Church Society.

An excommunicated person cannot participate in Church activities, such as communion, marriage, Christian burial, and so on.

In the run up to her 2016 US Presidential election race, Hillary Clinton met with Mafia heir Gambino who asked for his drug kingpin father to be released early from prison in exchange for votes.

The former First Lady met Giovanni Gambino, the son of Francesco ‘Ciccio’Gambino and the cousin of Carlo Gambino – the boss of the notorious crime family and one-time head of the American Mafia – while she was campaigning in the presidential primary in 2007.

The Democratic front runner spoke to the crime author, who made headlines for saying he would protect New York from ISIS, at one of his pizzerias in Charleston, South Carolina.

The 41-year-old’s father, who was serving a 30-year prison sentence at the time, suggested he contact Clinton to see if she could help with his early release through a presidential pardon.


Now All Americans Will Be Microchipped On the Will Of Police : Resolution (H.R.4919) Passed by Senate

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Now All Americans Will Be Microchipped On the Will Of Police : Resolution (H.R.4919) Passed by Senate

It seems too far-fetched to be true, especially in the “land of the free” where the Constitution supposedly recognizes and enshrines certain “inalienable” human rights like individual choice and privacy, but it’s true nonetheless: In the United States, we have all come one step closer to being microchipped by mandate.

Six years ago, NBC Nightly News boldly predicted that all Americans would be fitted with RFID microchips by the year 2017. Though at the time, NBC’s prediction seemed far-fetched, the House recently passed a bill that would bring a micro-chipped populace closer to reality before year’s end. Which would allow the US attorney general to award grants to law enforcement for the creation and operation of “locative tracking technology programs.”

H.R. 4919 would, among other things, authorize federal grants to local agencies to fund the voluntary use of tracking devices to locate and safeguard patients with dementia or developmental disabilities (such as autism).

On 8 December 2016, the U.S. House of Representatives passed House Resolution 4919, a bill reauthorizing the Missing Alzheimer’s Disease Patient Alert Program — a program that, until it expired in 2013, provided federal grants to locally based agencies and organizations for the purposes of protecting and locating missing patients with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia (with an added provision supporting the same services for missing patients with developmental disabilities such as autism).

The bill is known as Kevin and Avonte’s Law, and the idea behind it is that mentally disabled people who are microchipped will be easy to locate if they get lost. This is a giant step toward universal microchipping of everyone. Unfortunately, most Americans did not even realize that this bill was being discussed.

H.R. 4919, which passed 346 to 66 in the lower chamber, mandates the U.S. attorney general award grants to law enforcement officials so that those agencies can create, establish and operate “locative tracking technology programs.” The bill was approved by a margin of almost 300 votes which means that it had support from representatives in both parties. Now we wait and see what the Senate will do, and then it will be up to our President to either veto it or not.

Giving police the authority to decide who is micro-chipped and who is not based on their mental soundness is a recipe for disaster. Though the bill specifically mentions those with Alzheimer and autism, how long before these tracking programs are extended to those with ADHD and Bipolar disorder among other officially recognized disorders? Even the dislike of authority is considered a mental disorder known as “Oppositional Defiant Disorder.”

In reality the bill opens the door to give police the ability to microchip dissenters, and force cooperation on the part of the general population. In effect anyone who doesn’t go along with the mass conditioning will be labeled “mentally ill” and branded with a track-and-control chip. At the first sign of suspicious behavior, a troubling social media profile, or a misunderstanding during an encounter, police and medical personnel will have the authority to declare someone ‘mentally disabled’ (or incapacitated, or temporarily insane, or unsound of mind, or whatever label is handy) just because they express discontent, anger or outage at the state of the world and political affairs. “Fake news” journalists can be shut down, and “conspiracy minded” individuals controlled… and of course, it will be abused which will lead to a very nasty police state.

The bill’s sponsor, Republican Congressman Chris Smith of New Jersey, explained the motivation behind it as follows (in part):

“Having worked with the Alzheimer’s and Autism communities for years, I know how important this program can be in advancing the health and safety of persons who wonder as well as advancing awareness and education about the problem,” Smith said. “What is shocking is that while almost half of all children with autism wander from safety, only half of those affected families have received any guidance or training on addressing the concern and keeping their child safe, according to a study published in Pediatrics.”

Smith said the funding can be used to provide proactive educational programming to prevent wandering and assist in locating missing individuals, as well as innovative locative technology to help find those who may wander.

“According to the Alzheimer’s Association, half of Alzheimer’s patients who wander will suffer serious injury, sometimes fatal, if not found within the first 24 hours,” Smith noted. “This legislation will provide funding to law enforcement agencies and non-profits to help implement locative tracking technology programs for individuals with dementia/disability and implement a notification or communications system of alerts,” he said.

Though the program’s mission is to find “individuals with forms of dementia or children with developmental disabilities who have wandered from safe environments,” it provides no restriction on the tracking programs inclusion of other individuals. The bill would also require the attorney general to work with the secretary of health and human services and unnamed health organizations to establish the “best practices” for the use of tracking devices.

The government will decide who is ‘mentally unfit’ and must be tracked
That prediction doesn’t appear to have come true—and with Hillary Clinton soundly defeated Nov. 8, it doesn’t look like it will happen anytime soon.

But what if it did? What if somehow some of us began to be “chipped,” sold to us as a way to ‘enhance public safety’ (which is always the excuse government uses to take away our rights and freedoms)?

Don’t look now, but it just happened.

In other words, the legislation—known as Kevin and Avonte’s Law—makes it “legal” for police to track certain U.S. citizens, despite the fact that their privacy is guaranteed by the Constitution’s Fourth Amendment.

The program, which many have likened to the opening of a Pandora’s Box of wider tracking in the future, gives local police the authority to use technology to locate “individuals with forms of dementia, such as Alzheimer’s disease, or children with developmental disabilities, such as autism, who have wandered from safe environments.”

Advocates of the legislation, including Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, D-Texas, and Rep. Chris Smith, R-N.J., say the measure can help police intervene to avert tragedies through the use of location technology before the mentally disabled wander into trouble. But opponents, like Rep. Louie Gohmert, R-Texas, see it as a way for government to broadly interpret how it uses the technology.

As noted by the Daily Caller, in recent days the U.S. House of Representatives “overwhelmingly” passed a bill that would require the U.S. attorney general to provide grants to local law enforcement agencies so they can create, establish and operate “locative tracking technology programs.”