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By ATWadmin On September 28th, 2007 at 6:05 pm

I wish the spin-doctors out there trying to suggest that the SDLP Minister for providing funding to terrorists – Margaret Ritchie, is "getting tough with the UDA" would give us a break and stop their PATHETIC drivel. The intrepid Margaret – who does talk in a peculiar Dalek-type manner – met with the UDA terrorist leaders last evening to discuss how they can continue to enjoy the £1.2m  funding to this illegal organisation as part of a "conflict transformation initiative". The money is designed to prompt the group to end its illegal activities and to help it retrain members as community workers. LOL!!!!

Ms Ritchie says she is not going to negotiate with the UDA on the matter and last night’s talks were only arranged to give her an opportunity to hear the group’s arguments. What a crock. The UDA will continue to get their lavish bribe, care of the tax-payer."Ritchie gets tough" is a puerile fantasy – she’s a human jellyfish who lack any sense of decent principle. If she had one, she would not lavish money on bloody terrorists in the first place. The Belfast Agreement has corrupted the body politic to such a degree that bribing terrorists to stop their criminality and barbarism is now considered progressive. Ever hear of what happens when you pay the Danegeld?


By ATWadmin On September 22nd, 2007 at 10:13 pm

DETRIOITb.jpgThis image sums up how weak and stuoid we are in dealing effectively with the war being waged against US by militant Islam. It was taken at Detroit Airport and shows a Nun being frisked by a Muslim security operative. WRONG. We should be profiling at Airports – any young man aged 18-30 called Muhammad is probably a good indicator of a search, being a Nun rather less so.  You see this all the time as our authorities go out of there way to ensure that we ignore the Islamic elephant in the room.

Meanwhile, back at the front….

By ATWadmin On September 22nd, 2007 at 5:15 pm


October 22 – 26, 2007 is Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week in the United States as student groups across America sponsor a series of campus events designed to bring a message to their academic communities “that challenges most of what students are taught about the so-called War on Terror both in the classroom and on the quad.”


"The plight of Muslim women will be featured at “teach-in” panels and also at sit-ins in Women’s Studies Departments, designed to protest the absence of courses that focus on Islamic gynophobia. The silence of Women’s Studies departments in the face of this oppression is a national outrage. College students are offered the opportunity to study the “oppression” of women in Boston and Beverly Hills in hundreds of Women’s Studies courses across America. But there is not a single course we are aware of that addresses the real oppression of women in Teheran and Riyadh. In Saudi Arabia, to take one horrendous example, Saudi police recently shot to death schoolgirls who were fleeing a burning building without their veils. Better that they should be dead than seen…


…The purpose of Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week is as simple as it is critical: to confront the two Big Lies of the political left: that George Bush created the "war on terror" and that global warming is a greater danger to Americans than global jihad and Islamic supremacism. "(My emphasis.)


Do you think anyone at Columbia will ask Ahmadinejad about Islamic gynophobia in Iran?  



By ATWadmin On September 20th, 2007 at 5:32 am

Did you see that Abu Omar al Baghdadi, the fictitious name given to the head of Al Queda in Iraq, has offered a reward of $100,000 for the assassination of Swedish cartoonist Lars Vilks for drawing a picture of a dog with Mohammed’s head on it. He also has offered $50,000 for the assassination of the editor of the newspaper that published the cartoon. As the Foundation for the Defence of Democracy says…

"Can we now, finally, dismiss the notion that al-Qaeda in Iraq (AQI) has nothing to do with the global al-Qaeda movement and would not be a problem is American troops would just “redeploy” out of Iraq? Also can we recall that AQI was responsible for the hotel bombings in Jordan in November 2005 and, according to British intelligence, was behind the recent failed attacks against London and Glasgow? And it would be nice if anyone in the MSM could bother to note that the most recent National Intelligence Estimate calls AQI the “most visible and capable [al-Qaeda] affiliate and the only one known to have expressed a desire to attack the [U.S] Homeland.”


By ATWadmin On September 14th, 2007 at 2:02 pm

You have to laugh! Anti-terrorism experts from around the world conclude a major conference in Belfast today aimed at helping security forces from Australia to Sweden co-ordinate the fight against global terror. Yeah, here in Northern Ireland we know ALL about fighting terror. We are the experts. What you do is bribe the terrorists and betray the democrats. Looking forward to Tehran hosting the next human rights jamboree….!


By ATWadmin On September 10th, 2007 at 8:17 am

I have always supported the premise behind the war on terror. Ever since 9/11, I have been very clear on the urgent need to win that which Norman Podhoretz calls WW4 – but I fear that six years on from 9/11, the war aims have become confused and this has allowed the liberals out there to chant the surrender song and get away with it. So, I enjoyed reading this formulation by Jed Babbin of what the "real war" is…

"Let’s be very clear: whether Iraq becomes a democracy is not determinative of our success or defeat in this war. Iraq is only one campaign in the war against the nations that sponsor terrorism. Victory isn’t an Iraq that can defend and govern itself. Victory is defined as the end of state sponsorship of Islamic terrorism, which means forcing Iran, Syria, Saudi Arabia and others out of that business. Nothing more is needed, and nothing less will defeat an existential threat to America."

The same logic applies to the UK, to Australia and to all nations who wish to defeat Islam’s attack on our civilisation.

Now, "building bridges" between Iraq’s warring tribes does not constitute a key war aim. Let the Sunni’s and Shia’s deal with itthemselves, if they are capable of it which I doubt  – but let them also understand that if they ferment terrorism that poses in any way a broader threat, then we will bomb them back to the Stone Age. We can only WIN a war if we understand we are fighting a war. 


By ATWadmin On September 8th, 2007 at 9:00 am

Hillary Clinton, Barack Hussein Obama, Osama Bin Laden….. eh?

I was reflecting on Bin Laden’s latest video release and thinking about his key points which reduce to;

1. Democrats were voted in to end the war so they need to get on with this.

2. We need to fight global warming right now, it’s a real and present danger.

3. We need a change in taxation.

How different is that from what Clinton and Obama want? So, will it be OBL for ’08?


By ATWadmin On September 7th, 2007 at 7:13 am

Over on The Business, you can read an interesting analysis of the war on terror, six years on from 9/11, and a five point plan to do something positive to ensure we win and the terrorists lose. In essence, these five points boil down to;

1.  Pakistan is a critical area. Musharraf must be told that the military and financial aid on which his regime depends will only keep on flowing if he renounces his military uniform, as he promised to do by the end of 2004 at the latest, and allows free and fair parliamentary elections. While the Islamist parties would undoubtedly make gains, mainstream groups would hold the balance of power. The longer Pakistan goes without elections, the better the extremist religious parties will do when they come.

2. Iraq is also critical. The first priority must be to prevent the country from becoming a base for terrorism in the heart of the oil-producing Middle East. It must also be prevented from turning into a venue for a region-wide Shiite Sunni struggle with Iran intervening on behalf of its co-religionists while Saudi Arabia lends support to its fellow Sunnis. Finally, the Iraqi people must be provided with basic security and an opportunity to determine their own future. Regrettably, all three of these goals will require the ongoing presence of coalition forces; the new US strategy, which has succeeded in cutting sectarian killings in Baghdad in half, should be given time to succeed. It is important to remember that Osama bin Laden acquired his belief in the West’s decadence from the American retreat from Somalia in 1993-94.

3.  Preventing Iran from getting the bomb must be the West’s third priority. A nuclear Iran would instantly become the regional hegemon, entirely impervious to external pressure.

4. The fourth crucial step is to win at home. It is a sobering fact that the only successful terrorist attack on British soil since 9/11 was carried out by British citizens. The attacks that have been foiled since also seem to have been principally the work of those with strong ties to British society.

5. A renewed push for economic and political liberalism in Islamic countries. Ultimately, terrorism will not be defeated until it has been starved of the oxygen of despair, which is its life force. Men and women across the Islamic world must believe that they have control over their own futures and that they can make a better world for their children; for that democratic market capitalism is a crucial prerequisite.

Not sure I agree with ALL of these, but there is value in the broad views expressed. Put even more succinctly, I would advise that we  a/ Take out Wazirstan. b/ Fight and kill all Jihadists in Iraq c/Bomb Iranian nuclear facilities d/ Arrest all Islamic threats within the UK, including the preachers of hatred. What do you think we need to be doing?


By ATWadmin On September 7th, 2007 at 6:36 am

So, Bin Laden dyes his beard!

Rumours circulate that a new video message from Osama bin Laden is to be released in the coming days ahead of the sixth anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks, his first new message in more than a year. The Al Qa’eda leader has not appeared in new video footage since Oct. 29, 2004, and he has not put out a new audiotape in more than a year. US intelligence agents were last night examining a still photo released at the same time as the announcement, which was said to have been taken from the video. One difference in his appearance was immediately obvious in comparison to other videos released in the past. In the still photo from the upcoming video his beard is fully black, while it was almost entirely gray with dark streaks in previous videos.

A few points here.

1. It’s a pity that he has not died, rather than his beard having been dyed. This terror warlord deserves death.

2. If he is still alive, then in a way it is good since he reminds us that we must never ever give up in our battle against Islamic Jihadists. All talk of cut and run is a victory for Bin Laden.

3. We’re getting close to the 6th anniversary of that dreadful day and six years on, let me ask you a question. Bin Laden appears to not have forgotten what was done that day, and in fact he appears to delight in the deaths. How do YOU feel about 9/11, six years later? Still angered? Still shocked? Still wanting to fight back? I know that everytime I see a programme on TV, or read a book about it, the emotions all flood back to me. Still unbelievable to think of what happened that day to so many innocent Americans.

I’ll have more to say on this topic on the anniversary itself.


By ATWadmin On September 5th, 2007 at 9:57 am

Here’s a worrying story.

In the weeks preceding the 2001 attacks on America, there were very significant financial warning signs that something big – and bad – could be about to happen. Huge surges in purchases of “put options” on stocks of United Airlines and American Airlines, the two airlines used in the attacks, and “put options” on Merrill Lynch & Co., and Morgan Stanley, stocks of two financial services companies hurt by the attack were noted. Put options are essentially “bets” that a stock or stock index will drop on or before a certain date; the larger the drop, the bigger the gain for the purchaser of the option.

Fast forward to the present day, and we have the same type of trading that took place in the days that preceded the 9/11 attacks – but on a larger scale. Nearly $1 billion of “put options” have been purchased, basically betting that Standard and Poor’s 500 index will fall significantly by the third Friday in September. A large number of these options have also been purchased calling for 50% decline by September 21, 2007.

So, does someone know something that we don’t?