A FORMER Israeli space programme official has sensationally claimed that aliens are real and that humans have already made contact with them.
Haim Eshed, who was head of Israel's space security programme for nearly three decades, claimed that Israel, together with the United States, has been in communication with what he described as the "Galactic Federation".
He also claims that the existence of aliens has been kept a secret because humanity "isn't ready" for such a bombshell.
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THE LATE LATE SHOW host Ryan Tubridy has claimed he didn't drop the F-bomb during an episode of the Toy Show.
On Friday's programme, Tubridy was opening a bottle of Fanta - which fizzed up and spilled all over him - when he appeared to mutter a very naughty curse word.
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COVID-19 rules in Ireland prohibit gatherings for ‘religious or other reasons.’ After being contacted a couple of times by the police, the priest was warned that if he continued to offer public Masses, then police would “apply the full rigours of the law.”
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-303 days ago.
'A state of emergency is the best friend of the would-be-dictator' Andrew Linnane wonders whether our response to Covid-19 is undermining our democracy.
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-304 days ago.
A Co. Cavan priest has been threatened with prosecution for holding a number of public Masses in violation of Covid-19 laws.
The Anglo-Celt reports that Fr PJ Hughes from the rural south Cavan parish of Mullahoran could face a fine of up to €2,500 and/or six months in prison after Gardaí confirmed to him they were preparing a file for the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), a move they later denied making.
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-306 days ago.
An adult daughter and wife of an elderly mass-going farmer who took his own life during the first Covid-19 ‘lockdown’ blame the pandemic for worsening his depression.
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-318 days ago.
The number of births has fallen by 18.8% since 2010 and 1.3% since 2017.
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-325 days ago.
Tens of thousands of Parisians last night caused massive traffic jams in a desperate attempt to flee the French capital ahead of the start of Emmanuel Macron’s new national shutdown.
Video posted to Twitter shows huge numbers of Parisians attempting a mass exodus out of the city in a bid to avoid the 9pm curfew and the start of the second lockdown from midnight.
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The attack took place Thursday morning at the Notre Dame church. A police source speaking with the Reuters news agency said one of the three people killed had been decapitated. More were injured.
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Truth: Paul Weston explains how by both definition and by action - the citizens of the UK and Ireland are now living in de-facto Dictatorship
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To anyone that has read a broad history of Ireland, there is a noticeable trend that appears. Ever since the British set foot on our shores, there has been a certain mindset among the Irish that can be characterised as …
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-328 days ago.
Implications for Future Pandemic Planning
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-331 days ago.
On the 5th of October, the WHO’s Dr Michale Ryan claimed “about 10%” of the global population had been infected with Sars-Cov-2. With an alleged death toll of roughly 1 million, that puts the infection-fatality ratio at roughly 0.14%.
He said it, we reported it. The maths is not disputable. And yet Facebook has flagged it as “misinformation”:
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A Dublin mum who went through two miscarriages in 'lockdown' has hit out at the ‘no partners’ policy introduced in maternity hospitals. Sinead Hingston Green, who lives in Kilternan with her husband Micheal and their two children, has described the ban as “horrendous”.
She experienced a miscarriage followed by an ectopic pregnancy, with all medical tests, hospital visits and subsequent surgeries endured without her husband Michael.
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-366 days ago.
By Helena Handbasket – September 18th 2020
The traditional Irish pub is more than just a drinking den for the barely ever sober. It is a symbol and location of the birth of culture through music and storytelling, the passing on of knowledge from old to young and the traditional learning ground for future traditional musicians where they learn and practice their craft. Any attempt to curtail such activity under any guise is an attack on that historical cultural learning.
But as if things couldn’t get any worse in the Emerald Isle, the globalist puppets of the Irish government have taken the war directly to the capital announcing further restrictions on bars and restaurants, despite these restrictions not being applied universally across the small island nation.
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5G, the next generation of cellular networks, is just around the corner. Mobile, tech, and communications giants promise that 2020 is the year 5G really starts to roll out (1).
Even world-renowned entrepreneur Elon Musk has big plans for making 5G a global reality. His company SpaceX has received approval to launch 12,000 low-orbiting satellites to implement worldwide 5G (2).
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Tipperary Publicans launched a protest today outside Government buildings in response to the pubs being closed since March. Further protests are understood to be taking place on Wednesday and Saturday. Many feel the Government is ignoring the simple requests from publicans to allowed run in many cases their family business. Yesterday Publicans in Cork handed […]
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-377 days ago.
Singer Christy Dignam wants a “political revolution” to fix our “broken” system, saying 'true blue' Dubliners are being priced out of the city.
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-379 days ago.
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