cell phones

Essential Phone 128 GB Unlocked with Full Display, Dual Camera – Black Moon
Samsung Galaxy S8 Unlocked 64GB - US Version (Midnight Black) - US Warranty
Samsung Galaxy J3 J327 (2017) 16GB Unlocked GSM 5" HD Display Galaxy Express Prime 2 Smartphone - Dark Gray
Samsung Galaxy S9+ Unlocked Smartphone - Lilac Purple - US Warranty
Apple iPhone 6 64GB Factory Unlocked GSM 4G LTE Smartphone, Silver (Refurbished)
Huawei Honor 6X Dual Camera Unlocked Smartphone, 32GB Gold (US Warranty)
from $387.90
$513.75
from $149.99
$723.47
from $193.00
from $278.88
Essential Phone 128 GB Unlocked with Full Display, Dual Camera – Black Moon
Samsung Galaxy S8 Unlocked 64GB - US Version (Midnight Black) - US Warranty
Samsung Galaxy J3 J327 (2017) 16GB Unlocked GSM 5" HD Display Galaxy Express Prime 2 Smartphone - Dark Gray
Samsung Galaxy S9+ Unlocked Smartphone - Lilac Purple - US Warranty
Apple iPhone 6 64GB Factory Unlocked GSM 4G LTE Smartphone, Silver (Refurbished)
Huawei Honor 6X Dual Camera Unlocked Smartphone, 32GB Gold (US Warranty)
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Essential Phone 128 GB Unlocked with Full Display, Dual Camera – Black Moon
from $387.90
Essential Phone 128 GB Unlocked with Full Display, Dual Camera – Black Moon
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Samsung Galaxy S8 Unlocked 64GB - US Version (Midnight Black) - US Warranty
$513.75
Samsung Galaxy S8 Unlocked 64GB - US Version (Midnight Black) - US Warranty
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Samsung Galaxy J3 J327 (2017) 16GB Unlocked GSM 5" HD Display Galaxy Express Prime 2 Smartphone - Dark Gray
from $149.99
Samsung Galaxy J3 J327 (2017) 16GB Unlocked GSM 5" HD Display Galaxy Express Prime 2 Smartphone - Dark Gray
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Samsung Galaxy S9+ Unlocked Smartphone - Lilac Purple - US Warranty
$723.47
Samsung Galaxy S9+ Unlocked Smartphone - Lilac Purple - US Warranty
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Apple iPhone 6 64GB Factory Unlocked GSM 4G LTE Smartphone, Silver (Refurbished)
from $193.00
Apple iPhone 6 64GB Factory Unlocked GSM 4G LTE Smartphone, Silver (Refurbished)
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Huawei Honor 6X Dual Camera Unlocked Smartphone, 32GB Gold (US Warranty)
from $278.88
Huawei Honor 6X Dual Camera Unlocked Smartphone, 32GB Gold (US Warranty)
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Photography

Sony a5100 16-50mm Mirrorless Digital Camera with 3-Inch Flip Up LCD (Black)
Sony a6300 4K Mirrorless Camera w/16-50mm Power Zoom Lens (Silver) + 32GB Accessory Bundle + DSLR Photo Bag + Extra Battery + Wide Angle Lens+2x Telephoto Lens + Flash + Remote + Tripod
Sony Alpha a5000 Mirrorless Digital Camera with 16-50mm OSS Lens (Black)
Sony Alpha a6000 Mirrorless Camera w/ 16-50mm Lens & Two 64GB SD Card Bundle
Sony Alpha a6000 Mirrorless Digital Camera with 16-50 mm Lens, 24 MP (White)
Sony a7 III Full-Frame Mirrorless Interchangeable-Lens Camera Optical with 3-Inch LCD, Black (ILCE7M3/B)
Sony a5100 16-50mm Mirrorless Digital Camera with 3-Inch Flip Up LCD (Black)
Sony a6300 4K Mirrorless Camera w/16-50mm Power Zoom Lens (Silver) + 32GB Accessory Bundle + DSLR Photo Bag + Extra Battery + Wide Angle Lens+2x Telephoto Lens + Flash + Remote + Tripod
Sony Alpha a5000 Mirrorless Digital Camera with 16-50mm OSS Lens (Black)
Sony Alpha a6000 Mirrorless Camera w/ 16-50mm Lens & Two 64GB SD Card Bundle
Sony Alpha a6000 Mirrorless Digital Camera with 16-50 mm Lens, 24 MP (White)
Sony a7 III Full-Frame Mirrorless Interchangeable-Lens Camera Optical with 3-Inch LCD, Black (ILCE7M3/B)
from $448.00
from $898.00
$528.98
from $660.00
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Sony a5100 16-50mm Mirrorless Digital Camera with 3-Inch Flip Up LCD (Black)
Sony a5100 16-50mm Mirrorless Digital Camera with 3-Inch Flip Up LCD (Black)
from $448.00
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Sony a6300 4K Mirrorless Camera w/16-50mm Power Zoom Lens (Silver) + 32GB Accessory Bundle + DSLR Photo Bag + Extra Battery + Wide Angle Lens+2x Telephoto Lens + Flash + Remote + Tripod
Sony a6300 4K Mirrorless Camera w/16-50mm Power Zoom Lens (Silver) + 32GB Accessory Bundle + DSLR Photo Bag + Extra Battery + Wide Angle Lens+2x Telephoto Lens + Flash + Remote + Tripod
from $898.00
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Sony Alpha a5000 Mirrorless Digital Camera with 16-50mm OSS Lens (Black)
Sony Alpha a5000 Mirrorless Digital Camera with 16-50mm OSS Lens (Black)
$528.98
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Sony Alpha a6000 Mirrorless Camera w/ 16-50mm Lens & Two 64GB SD Card Bundle
Sony Alpha a6000 Mirrorless Camera w/ 16-50mm Lens & Two 64GB SD Card Bundle
from $660.00
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Sony Alpha a6000 Mirrorless Digital Camera with 16-50 mm Lens, 24 MP (White)
Sony Alpha a6000 Mirrorless Digital Camera with 16-50 mm Lens, 24 MP (White)
from $548.00
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Sony a7 III Full-Frame Mirrorless Interchangeable-Lens Camera Optical with 3-Inch LCD, Black (ILCE7M3/B)
Sony a7 III Full-Frame Mirrorless Interchangeable-Lens Camera Optical with 3-Inch LCD, Black (ILCE7M3/B)
$1,998.00
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cycling

Official Trailer
The Road Uphill
sponeed Men's Bicycle Shorts Padding Cycling Pants Padded Road Bike Underwear Short 3D Cycle Gear Asian XL US L White
Allen Sports Deluxe Locking Quick Release 2-Bike Carrier for 2 in. & 1 4 in. Hitch
Ascher USB Rechargeable Bike Light Set,Super Bright Front Headlight and Free Rear LED Bicycle Light,650mah Lithium Battery,4 Light Mode Options, Water Resistant IPX4(2 USB cables and 4 Strap Included)
BLITZU Gator 320 USB Rechargeable Bike Light Set Powerful Lumens Bicycle Headlight Free Tail Light, LED Front Back Rear Lights Easy to Install Kids Men Women Road Cycling Safety Flashlight
Official Trailer
The Road Uphill
sponeed Men's Bicycle Shorts Padding Cycling Pants Padded Road Bike Underwear Short 3D Cycle Gear Asian XL US L White
Allen Sports Deluxe Locking Quick Release 2-Bike Carrier for 2 in. & 1 4 in. Hitch
Ascher USB Rechargeable Bike Light Set,Super Bright Front Headlight and Free Rear LED Bicycle Light,650mah Lithium Battery,4 Light Mode Options, Water Resistant IPX4(2 USB cables and 4 Strap Included)
BLITZU Gator 320 USB Rechargeable Bike Light Set Powerful Lumens Bicycle Headlight Free Tail Light, LED Front Back Rear Lights Easy to Install Kids Men Women Road Cycling Safety Flashlight
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Available on Amazon Video
from $28.99
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Official Trailer
Official Trailer
Currently not available
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The Road Uphill
The Road Uphill
Available on Amazon Video
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sponeed Men's Bicycle Shorts Padding Cycling Pants Padded Road Bike Underwear Short 3D Cycle Gear Asian XL US L White
sponeed Men's Bicycle Shorts Padding Cycling Pants Padded Road Bike Underwear Short 3D Cycle Gear Asian XL US L White
from $28.99
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Allen Sports Deluxe Locking Quick Release 2-Bike Carrier for 2 in. & 1 4 in. Hitch
Allen Sports Deluxe Locking Quick Release 2-Bike Carrier for 2 in. & 1 4 in. Hitch
$104.11
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Ascher USB Rechargeable Bike Light Set,Super Bright Front Headlight and Free Rear LED Bicycle Light,650mah Lithium Battery,4 Light Mode Options, Water Resistant IPX4(2 USB cables and 4 Strap Included)
Ascher USB Rechargeable Bike Light Set,Super Bright Front Headlight and Free Rear LED Bicycle Light,650mah Lithium Battery,4 Light Mode Options, Water Resistant IPX4(2 USB cables and 4 Strap Included)
$15.99
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BLITZU Gator 320 USB Rechargeable Bike Light Set Powerful Lumens Bicycle Headlight Free Tail Light, LED Front Back Rear Lights Easy to Install Kids Men Women Road Cycling Safety Flashlight
BLITZU Gator 320 USB Rechargeable Bike Light Set Powerful Lumens Bicycle Headlight Free Tail Light, LED Front Back Rear Lights Easy to Install Kids Men Women Road Cycling Safety Flashlight
$15.97
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we need an ID card

We have more National Insurance numbers in use than people alive in the UK. In many cities people are claiming welfare using multiple aliases. We have over 1 million illegal migrants. The solution is simple bring out an ID card that stores biometric data like a fingerprint. Even if people then give false information when the database is searched if two identical biometric data is found then fraud can be detected. At the last census in London areas with high numbers of illegal’s never returned the forms. Without a new ID card no one should be able to get welfare or free NHS treatment. The card would stop fraud and save the NHS a fortune. Each card would just have a number but your date of birth and personal details would be encrypted on the chip. Extra information like medical problems diabetes etc could be added if the user wanted it to help medical staff.

 

The future

With the rise of automation companies won’t need many unskilled workers in the future. When it comes to skilled jobs like I.T workers companies can exploit Tier 2 rules and bring in cheaper labour from countries like India. People used to die at 66 on average but now live to 75. I have worked with some foreign men who have over 40 brothers and sisters. The Government will be unable to get our National debt down and in fact by giving money in Foreign Aid is increasing the debt and the interest owed on it. There will come a time when critical mass is reached when more people are drawing out of the system then paying in. No amount of taxation will stop the debt increasing. Then the welfare system and NHS will both collapse! If you think crime is bad just wait until this happens. The Government won’t be able to afford to build new prisons or pay for the number of criminals. We must remember the poor have already lost the game we live in a world where 99 percent of the wealth is owned by the top 1 percent of the elite. The only hope for the poor is to pollute the planet so badly that these elite have no planet left to pass on to their children.

Ever wondered why skilled I.T staff in UK can’t get a job?

UK workers’ jobs blow as IT firms use loophole to fly in cheaper migrants

IT FIRMS are exploiting a gaping “loophole” in Britain’s border controls to bring in tens of thousands of migrant workers from India and other countries every year, a report warned last night.

The multinationals use rules allowing transfers of employees between sites in different countries to recruit cheap overseas labour, Migration Watch said – meaning British-born IT graduates and professionals are losing out on work opportunities.

Crossbench peer Andrew Green, who chairs Migration Watch, said: “Many people are asking why non-EU migration has not been reduced. Here is part of the answer.

“Either the Government have taken their eye off the ball or they have been too heavily influenced by a small group of companies and have ignored their own advisory committee.”

The Migration Watch report said a small number of IT firms were exploiting an immigration route known as Tier 2 (IntraCompany Transfer), under Home Office rules.

The loophole allows firms to obtain a contract to deliver a project or support services to a UK body, then bring staff from their home countries – typically India – to carry out the work.

The report said: “Tens of thousands of such workers have entered the UK by being sponsored under the Tier 2 route. This route has no cap on numbers and does not require the sponsoring company even to try to source its workforce within the UK. This has enabled companies to undercut British competitors while reducing the opportunities for British computer scientists, graduates and IT professionals to obtain work and develop skills.”

It added: “The Tier 2 (ICT) route has been gradually developed into a significant source of immigration.

“Since 1992 the number issued has increased eightfold and now constitutes over 60 per cent of all work permits. In 2017, 58,000 of 94,000 Tier 2 work visas issued to migrants and their dependants, were via the ICT route.”

Migration Watch said the practice was “very much against the spirit in which the system was originally devised” and ICT visas must be “strictly limited”.

A Home Office spokeswoman said: “In 2017, following recommendations from the Migration Advisory Committee, we implemented reforms to make sure the route did not undercut or displace resident workers.

“These included increasing the minimum salary requirement and making sure individuals leave the UK after five years, unless they earn over £120,000.”

Meanwhile, Britain might have to take in 141 migrants plucked from the Mediterranean because the rescue ship was sailing under the flag of UK territory Gibraltar.

The Aquarius is still at sea after saving the group of mainly Somalis and Eritreans, with 67 unaccompanied minors, on Friday.

The European Commission said as the flag state, the UK could be responsible, but the circumstances of the rescue also had to considered.

We need ID Cards

By measuring the amount of sewage a city like London produces we have a good idea of the population level. The figures show that nearly a million more people are living in our capital city than official ONS figures. In fact last time an audit was done only 4/5th’s of people in areas like Tower Hamlets and Newham returned the forms. We estimate over 1 million illegal migrants within the UK. We have more National Insurance numbers in use than our population! Some people are claiming welfare using multiple aliases.

It should be possible to encrypt somebody’s name and date and birth using software to produce a unique key. Likewise their photo could be encrypted and a unique hash generated. So what would stop people using fake documents? The answer is the software would search the entire database to see if any duplicate hash keys exist and thus identify fraud.

The I.D card would only store the encrypted identity of the person and the photo hash. Their address and photo would be stored using cloud technology. Everyone wishing to use welfare or the NHS would be required to carry an ID card. On visiting a job centre if the key when decrypted did not match the person’s name then an investigation would be done likewise if the photo shown on the screen didn’t match then an investigation would be started.

The I.D cards could be used to identify criminals as it would be law to carry one. Also it would help identify illegal migrants many of whom work cash in the hand or in fast food outlets. All employees would be given electronic readers to check if somebody applying for work was legal.

People would also have the option to add more information to the cloud such as medical issues like diabetes and medicine taken. This could help medics save people’s lives. This is not big brother but protection for those who abide by the law and cutting the fraud in our welfare and abuse of our NHS by those not entitled to free treatment.

 

 

Loads of underground tunnels found all over earth?

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