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By ATWadmin On January 14th, 2009 at 7:57 am

Three cheers for Dr John Sentamu, The Archbishop of York, who declares that migrants to Britain in the past five decades have been treated like hotel guests who ‘do not belong’, the Archbishop of York said yesterday.

Dr John Sentamu said the failure of migrants to integrate had contributed to the collapse of a common British culture and the lack of a national sense of direction. He called for recognition of the Christian heritage which used to bind the nation together and for a revival of the civic values once represented by myriad local clubs, churches and trade unions. The Archbishop’s powerful attack on uncontrolled immigration and on the Left-wing interpretation of multiculturalism that encourages migrants to ignore traditional British values, was made in a speech to Gordon Brown’s think tank, the Smith Institute.

He makes several key points. It has been the refusal of certain types of immigrant to INTEGRATE into British culture that has been a running sore. It has been the refusal of this Labour government to tackle the issue that has contributed to this, combined with the destruction of the work ethic and its replacement with the Welfare fix. (Hello Somalis!) Dr Sentamu raises some fundamental truths, the question now is, what do we do about this massive imported problem?

No easy answer. The uninvited guests are here and not planning to leave. Some refuse to have anything to do with our British values and in this regard they are assisted by Dr Sentamu’s boss, Druid Williams, who thinks Sharia Law is “inevitable”. We need to cut off Welfare dependency, we need to enforce our national borders, we need to decide who WE want in OUR land. That is both reasonable and rational. But we also need political leaders who have the same courage and conviction as Dr Sentamu. Where are they to be found?

as ever!!!

By ATWadmin On January 12th, 2009 at 3:48 pm

I went down into the City Centre, partly to post a letter, because the Labour Party has closed all the local sub-post offices, and partly to visit the library.

Spattered, and I mean literally, across the base of the Market Place, were a sorry bunch of ragheads, jihadis, clowns and apologists for Hamas terror, all chanting and waving placards labelled Israeli War Crimes, etc., etc. and so on!

The lone copper asked me politely to move on as I was the source of all the noise and conflict! Why?

Because I bought a pad from the stationers, scrawled ‘The Jews are the greatest’ on one side of a page, and HAMAS = TERROR on t’other side, and started waving it in front of the rent-a-mob bunch.

Can’t understand these guys! Can’t they take a joke?


By ATWadmin On January 6th, 2009 at 9:09 am

UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown boasted last year that our economy, under his management, was amongst the best placed to weather the global economic storm.

Today, the Woolworth chain finally closes and 27,000 people will be unemployed.

Yesterday, the Waterford Wedgewood announced it was on the edge of bankruptcy, with the likely loss of almost 2000 jobs.

Last week, the Adams childrenswear chain went into a form of bankruptcy, with the loss of 850 jobs, and a further 2300 under threat.

The Music chain Zavvi went bust just after Christmas, with the loss of 3200 jobs.

There is speculation this morning that even Marks and Spencers may have to cut 1000 jobs.

Yes, we are truly best placed thanks to Gordon.

I forecast that by the end of this month there will tens of thousands of other job losses as the real impact of the credit crunch bites.  Remember also, for every  big name company that collapses, there are many smaller companies that will also suffer, with fewer numbers of lost jobs but still very meaningful to those who find themselves out of work. 

The unravelling of the British economy continues but meanwhile I hear that tractor production is at an all-time high.  This town, is coming like a ghost town…


By ATWadmin On January 5th, 2009 at 8:16 am

So, this is how our Government treats our veterans.

“Royal Navy veterans are being kicked out of their clubhouse so the land around it can be used as a travellers’ camp. The former servicemen say the decision signals the death knell for their association which was formed 76 years ago. The local council says that Whitehall diktats oblige it to find a home for the travellers who are illegally occupying green-belt land. Eight itinerant families will now be able to move on to the site at Northfleet, near Gravesend in Kent. The clubhouse on the land had been leased by the local branch of the Royal Naval Association for three decades. John Down, the club’s chairman and a Korean War veteran, said: ‘I’m so angry we are being treated like this. We have 160 members who all did their bit. ‘We risked life and limb for this great country that we wholeheartedly believed in. Now we are being treated like dirt, turfed out so that traveller families can move in.”

So here comes the new face of Britain, in their ccolourful caravans, bringing us diversity and culture. As for those Royan Navy veterans, well, they’re hideously white anyway…..


By ATWadmin On December 27th, 2008 at 6:52 pm

I see that the anti-fur moonbats were out today booing pera singer Katherine Jenkins as she arrived at Harrods to open its winter sale. Protesters shouted “shame on Katherine” as she arrived by horse-drawn carriage. Oh wow – that’ll teach her, right? The Welsh star turned out after chart-topping singer Leona Lewis reportedly refused to open the sale because of Harrods’ policy of selling fur. Protesters claim Harrods is the only major store in the UK to sell imported fur. No-one from the Knightsbridge store was available for comment. Harrods are welcome to sell fur in my opinion and I despise the little tyrants that would impose their views on others.Well done Katherine Jenkins, a lady who, admittedly, tends to wear somewhat more beguiling outfits than fur.


By ATWadmin On December 21st, 2008 at 2:45 pm

Wonder why so many immigrants seek out the UK as numero uno destination?

“A mother with four children has been placed by her council in a £2m townhouse at a cost to the taxpayer of more than £91,000 a year.

The stucco-fronted three-storey property is in Kensington, west London, the country’s richest borough. It costs £1,755 a week to rent – a bill met by housing benefit – and has a front and back garden, five bedrooms, two bathrooms, a double reception room and roof terrace. The street is lined with sports cars.

The family, who moved into the property in September, have remained there despite a pledge by James Purnell, the work and pensions secretary, to cut back lavish housing benefit payouts. Elsewhere in the borough, five-bedroom houses are available for half the price. The case highlights the perverse nature of the housing benefit system that allows council tenants to live in subsidised properties well beyond the means of most taxpayers. Under Labour, spending on housing benefit has risen from £11.1 billion in 1997 to £15.4 billion in 2007.”

That’s almost 50% increase in Welfarism and all funded by those poor suckers who actually work rather than sponge.


By ATWadmin On December 21st, 2008 at 10:12 am

I note that Labour Ministers are coming under growing pressure from Labour MPs to disestablish the Church of England.

“A growing chorus of voices is calling for the centuries-old link between Church and state to be broken after the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, ignited the issue last week by saying that it was “by no means the end of the world if the Establishment disappears”. (Good old Druid Williams, always game for a laugh)

Three former ministers openly backed the idea of a separation, with one claiming that the majority of backbenchers would vote to end the special position the Church has enjoyed since the Reformation. The calls prompted the Conservatives to accuse Labour of trying to dismantle the Church’s position by stealth. They demanded that the Government “comes clean” about a report being drawn up in Downing Street on ways to reform a key element of the established Church, the 1701 Act of Settlement, which bars a Catholic from ascending to the throne. David Cairns, a former Roman Catholic priest who resigned as a minister at the Scotland Office two months ago in protest at Gordon Brown’s leadership, said the current position was “untenable”. “The vast majority of Labour MPs would support disestablishment. I would,” he said.”

Undoing the Act of Settlement from 1701 is a strange priority for a Government engulfed by the worst economic conditions in living memory, don’t you think? Also. I was under the impression that the Act of Settlement was working rather well for the past three hundred years. The fact that we have a Protestant Monarchy may annoy certain people within Labour (and the media) but it is  more surprising than the fact we have a Roman Catholic Pope! It is well-known that the Labour Party faithful have no time for our Monarchy, just like they have no time for our National soveriegnty. They will do anything possible to weaken our nation and so attacking the Act of Settlement (sorry, meant to say “reforming”) is just political warfare by another name. God save the Queen.

Does This Qualify As ‘Family Silver’?

By ATWadmin On December 20th, 2008 at 3:17 pm

AT LEAST the French aren’t involved.

Since the government believes that even the ultimate defence of the British people – our nuclear arsenal – should be produced and maintained by foreign, private corporations, it can no longer pretend that anything ought to be provided by the State.


By ATWadmin On December 20th, 2008 at 9:36 am

So, Bush has bowed the knee to realpolitik and given $$$BILLIONS to the failing US automobile industry. What a futile gesture with tax-payers money. And now Gordon Brown – the man who has personally saved the universe – is about to follow suit with a bail out for the UK car industry, or so it is rumoured.  The Trade Unions, Labour’s paymaster general, are agitating for this UK car industry bail-out “to protect jobs” but comsumer demand for cars has slumped and I am afraid that production will also be hit, badly. That means job losses and whilst I do not wish to see any person lose their job, nor am I willing to subsidise uneconomic employment. Trying to buck the system to sustain the unsustainable is just another pointless act from a political class without a clue.  


By ATWadmin On December 18th, 2008 at 12:47 am

I see that the Government has banned the word ‘obese’ on letters to the parents of fat children – because focus groups did not like it, England’s chief medical officer said today. Professor Liam Donaldson revealed that the term was replaced on letters to parents by ‘very overweight’ over fears it would upset and stigmatise fat children. Writing on the BBC News website he said obesity had become a taboo word or an ‘O word’. Another “O” word I can think of is obscene as in the state of the advance of Nanny State. How about we compromise and just say….FAT?