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By ATWadmin On February 10th, 2009 at 5:18 pm

Trade Unonists are the new Nazis.

“Trade unionists are to launch a boycott of Israeli goods as part of a major campaign to secure a peaceful settlement in the Middle East, Stormont heard today. The Irish Congress of Trade Unions (ICTU) launched a report on Israel and Palestine compiled by senior members who visited the troubled region. As controversy continues to rage over the death toll in Gaza caused by the recent Israeli military attacks, trade union leaders announced they are to hold a major conference this year to act as a springboard for their campaign. While the DUP dismissed the report as unbalanced and urged unions to concentrate on local economic issues, Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams who hosted the report’s launch in Stormont’s Long Gallery commended the trade unionists.”

So, just to clarify, terrorist godfather Gerry Adams endorses a report compiled by terrorist appeasers attacking Israel for defending itself against terrorists! Wow, now THERE is a surprise, whatever next? The ICTU are natural born anti-semites, disinterested when Hamas kill Jews but very concerned when Israel dares to defend itself. ICTU are vile reprehensible arabists and an affront to the dignity of any worker whose dues they take to then attack the Jews.


By ATWadmin On February 10th, 2009 at 10:03 am

Well, I must admit that Tzipi Livni would make an attractive looking Israeli PM and watching her dance on TV the other night, she looks to have a groove thang that must surely be unique in that region!

But, on reflection, she’s a liberal, politically useless, and I want to see some of that much vaunted hope and change.

So fingers crossed that Bibi wins the Israeli election being helf today and that the becomes the next PM. What is needed is a resolute right of liberal government that punishes Islamic terrorists and asserts Israeli power. I know it is going to be tough for Netanyahu since Obama is not going to sympathetic but I believe he is still the better candidate. Kadima are appeasers, so they must be removed from power. It’s time for Likud.


By ATWadmin On February 9th, 2009 at 8:41 am

Time for hope and change in Israel – but could it spell trouble for President Hopenchange in America?

A series of polls in Israeli newspapers gave Likud a slight lead over the Tzipi Livni’s centrist Kadima centrist Party in the Tuesday ballot. But the polls showed voters clearly prefer hard-line parties, predicting Likud and its conservative allies would hold a solid majority in the 120-seat parliament. Such results would likely spell trouble for the U.S.-led Israeli-Palestinian peace talks. Israelis vote for parties, not individual candidates, and no individual party has ever held a majority. Instead, the largest party normally heads a coalition with smaller allies. If Friday’s projections are accurate, Netanyahu, a vocal critic of the current peace efforts, would become the next prime minister. One poll showed Likud winning 27 seats, compared with 25 seats for Kadima. But the poll predicted that Likud and the other nationalist parties could together garner as many as 66 seats, compared with only 54 for centrist and more dovish parties.”

It is my hope that Netanyahu wins and that a right of dovish administration comes to power and starts the process of strengthening Israel after years of Kadima-led betrayal. Time for Hamas and Fatah to be treated as what they are – terrorist thugs – rather than molly-cuddled to appease internationalist Jew-haters.


By ATWadmin On February 4th, 2009 at 9:48 pm

Great to hear that Israel’s opposition leader, Benjamin Netanyahu, who leads the polls before next week’s parliamentary elections, warned today against giving up any disputed territory to the Palestinians, saying it would be “grabbed by extremists”. Under Netanyahu, leader of the Likud party, Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank are likely to grow more rapidly, putting Israel at odds with the new US administration. In a speech, Netanyahu said that rather than peace talks with the Palestinians about giving up territory, he favoured economic development – a plan of “economic peace”. He has stopped short of endorsing a two-state solution that would see the creation of an independent Palestinian state.

That’s a good start by I favour the R&D solution to Gaza. That’s Re-occupy and De-Nazify. I’m hoping Bibi wins and that Israel finally stands up for itself and to hell with the “international community” and it’s lovefest for Palestinian terrorists. Interesting times ahead.


By ATWadmin On January 31st, 2009 at 8:13 pm

I see that Turkey’s Prime Minister returned home to a hero’s welcome this morning after storming off stage at the World Economic Forum in Davos during a heated spat over Israel’s assault on Gaza. In the most dramatic moment of this year’s muted Davos conference, Recep Tayyip Erdogan walked off a panel discussion including Shimon Peres and Ban Ki-Moon after a moderator cut off his reply to a long and impassioned monologue by the Israeli President. Hamas has hailed the Turkish PM as a true hero. However, when we reflect on this, maybe we should not be in the least surprised?


By ATWadmin On January 30th, 2009 at 11:23 pm

Tony Blair built his political reputation by betraying democracy and talking to IRA terrorists. This was called making peace.  Now he returns to old tricks..

“Hamas must somehow be brought into the Middle East peace process because the policy of isolating Gaza in the quest for a settlement will not work, Tony Blair has told The Times. The former prime minister implicitly criticises the strategy followed by the Bush Administration and Israel of focusing all peace and reconstruction efforts on the West Bank. “It was half of what we needed,” he said.”

Yes – let’s sit down with the Hamas vermin, hold hands, sing Kumbaya and all will be well. Tony doesn’t get it. Hamas aren’t interested in a dialogue with the Jews – they want to exterminate them. There is NOTHING to discuss. Soft power, appeasement, will not work.


By ATWadmin On January 29th, 2009 at 8:08 pm

Some good straight-talking from Bibi.

“Binyamin Netanyahu, the front-runner to become the next Israeli Prime Minister, today warned that Iran’s “100-yard dash” to securing nuclear weapons is a graver danger to the world than the global economic crisis.

Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, before Israel’s election in 12 days, Mr Netanyahu claimed that Tehran was now close to securing an atomic bomb, and was in a “100-yard dash” to the finish line in the race to obtain the weapon.

Mr Netanyahu said that despite all its intractable problems, the financial and economic crisis would ultimately prove reversible and be beaten by governments and central banks.

But in an ominous alert to world leaders, he said: “What is not reversible is the acquisition of nuclear weapons by a fanatic radical regime committed to a pre-medieval view of the world.”

He’s right and all those writing lettets to the mad mullahs may think denial is a sustainable strategy but not one Israel under Bibi can accept.


By ATWadmin On January 22nd, 2009 at 1:06 pm

Well, I have little time for the Israeli left but I do agree with Tzipi Livni, the Israeli foreign minister, who has said the unilateral ceasefire declared last week would not constrain Israel’s efforts to ensure the flow of weapons from Egypt to Gaza was permanently impaired.

“For the tunnels, nothing will be as it was before,” she said. “Things must be clear – Israel reserves the right to react militarily against the tunnels once and for all. If we have to act, we will do so, we will exercise our right to legitimate defence, we will not leave our fate to the Egyptians, nor to the Europeans nor to the Americans.”

Quite right! Hamas claim that smuggling of weapons through the tunnel network never stopped even during the three week IDF operation. What that tells me is that this tunnel network needs to be hit harder, and longer until even Hamas accept that they have comprehensively beaten  and driven into the dirt, where of course they belong.


By ATWadmin On January 21st, 2009 at 11:03 pm

So guess who was the first overseas leader that King Obama the First chose to call?

Yes – holocaust denier Mahmoud Abbas. He pledged American support to help the “Palestinian people”.

He then phoned Ehud Olmert. It’s called getting your priorities right?

And as further progress, Obama style – the new White House website states Obama supports tough and direct diplomacy with Iran without preconditions.” Got that? –  no preconditions.

Support for Arafats loathsome successor and engaging with the Mullahs without preconditions. THAT’S the start of the age of Obama.


By ATWadmin On January 18th, 2009 at 1:54 pm

Interesting to listen to the demented jew-hating ravings of Tony Blair’s sister-in-law, Lauren Booth. We are all Palestinian, apparently.Well, Lauren, my advice to you would be to put those beliefs in action, go and join Hamas – and the IDF will yake care of the rest. What an evil witch she is – shame on her.  Hat-tip to Infidel Bloggers!