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By Pete Moore On March 4th, 2011 at 8:38 pm

Because Friday night is Music Rock & Roll Night: because it’s been a long week, I need to relax and a cracking guitar riff is about as soothing as it gets.

From one of the great American rock & roll albums



By David Vance On March 4th, 2011 at 8:24 pm

Louis Farrakhan, the reliably anti-Semitic leader of the Nation of Islam, has claimed at the Nation’s annual meeting in the Chicago area that Jews and Zionists were “trying to push the US into war” and — in a revival of hoary anti-Semitic clichés — that “Zionists dominate the government of the United States of America and her banking system.”

The elderly Jew-hater also directed a warning to the president not to move against the man Farrakhan called “my brother and my friend,” Muammar Gaddafi: “President Obama, if you allow the Zionists to push you, to mount a military offensive against Gaddafi and you go in and kill him and his sons, as you did with Saddam Hussein and his sons… I’m warning you this is a Libyan problem, let the Libyans solve their problem among themselves.”

I am sure the Obama administration will utterly condemn this vicious anti-Semite. The BBC, of course, considers him “charismatic”.



By David Vance On March 4th, 2011 at 8:17 pm

Baroness Ashton to spend £8.5m on PR

Did you read that the unelected Baroness Ashton is to spend £8.5 million polishing the image of her new EU diplomatic service despite having four spin doctors of her own and the free use of the European Commission’s 1,000-strong communications staff.

The substantial sum of money, equivalent to a third of the £30 million allocated for the Libyan refugee crisis this week, has raised questions over the  EU foreign minister’s priorities at a time when European diplomacy is struggling to keep up with events in the Arab world.

Not sure why anyone has to ask questions to determine Her Ladyship’s Priorities.  It is all about glorifying the EU uber alles.


By David Vance On March 4th, 2011 at 7:54 pm

Wonder what people make of this;

The Irish Times reports that EU centre-right leaders will meet in Helsinki today, with the possible renegotiation of the Irish bail-out terms as one of the top issues on the agenda. Reuters reports that senior German CDU MP Michael Meister has suggested that Germany may be willing to support a cut of the interest rate Ireland has to pay on its bail-out loan, if Dublin agrees to raise its corporate tax rate.

So, will the new Irish administration concede CT in order to get a lower interest rate?


By David Vance On March 4th, 2011 at 8:05 am

Today sees the DUP/Sinn Fein axis push their fraudulent budget one stage further;

A final budget package is to be presented to a special session of the Assembly later. Executive ministers agreed the budget on Thursday night, although UUP and SDLP ministers voted against it. It is understood an extra £120m has been allocated to health over the next four years, and £150m extra to education. The Employment and Learning Department, which is responsible for higher education, is due to get an extra £50m.However, £70m is being cut from the Social Development Department.

This is farcical. DUP/Sinn Fein know that this budget is riddled with contradiction but they also know we are 8 weeks away from an Assembly election and so it is that they – along with their Alliance puppets –  take the opportunity to cynically ram through a piecemeal uncosted budget which will cause ruin over the next four years. The budget does not add up, the budget has been slammed by prominent economists such as John Simpson, and yet the Budget WILL go through such is the dysfunctional nature of the model of government we have.


By David Vance On March 4th, 2011 at 7:48 am

You can’t beat a tribal vote.

Labour have won the Barnsley Central by-election, while the Lib Dems slipped to sixth in the South Yorkshire seat. UKIP, the Conservatives, the BNP and an independent all finished ahead of the Lib Dems, who had finished second in the seat in 2010’s general election. Lib Dem candidate Dominic Carman said his party had been given “a kicking”, while Labour’s victorious Dan Jarvis said it was a message to the coalition.

So, the Lib-Dems – part of the governing coalition – are reduced to a meaningless figure in this by-election, What message does this send Clegg? Will it make him embed even deeper with the Conservatives?

As for Labour. The REASON there is a by-election is because the previous Labour MP was sent to PRISON because of expenses fraud. The Labour voters turned out to put ANOTHER Labour in power.

Stupid is as stupid does.

It’s Been to Silent….

By Patrick Van Roy On March 4th, 2011 at 5:40 am

Since we got hacked it has definitely been to silent on here, so I thought I would give you a little Troll Wisdom to kick around.

Family, Country, and God, in that order is where my loyalty, and honor lay.  I have to put them in that order, because I have and would violate Gods laws to protect and serve both Family and Country. Those three things are the blood of my life, the passions of my life are Politics, Bass Fishin, and Music. Who would need anything else?

I look around the world and I read about 15 newspapers a day from all over the world. Mostly from the U.S., England, Israel, and Iran. As I do I can’t help but think of what that Ole China man said, “May you live in interesting times”.  Well I believe we do, we have religious leaders all around the world that are saying the Anti-Christ is now amongst us. Whether they are calling him the Mahdi, or the 12th Imam is just semantics where I’m concerned.

The entire Middle East is in the flames of revolt, they are all screaming for Democracy, and half the gits in the world believe that means they want the Liberty of Freedom. Well they don’t, what they want is one nation of Islam. What they want is the promise of their Messiah. The promise of the coming of the hand of the Muslim God, and in that hand is a sickle. A sickle of justice in their eyes, but one of Death for every infidel. (That’s you and I)

The War has already started, it has been raging the past few years, but it started in 79. The next Ten years will be worse than the previous ten.

A pale white horse rides from the East. It’s time to ask yourself where you stand, and what your willing to die for.

Let’s kick Friday off

By Patrick Van Roy On March 4th, 2011 at 3:32 am


ATW Remains in a State of Chassis as mahons remains locked out

By Phantom On March 3rd, 2011 at 5:38 pm










The whole world of ATW is in a terrible state of chassis, since mahons has yet to receive his new password and cannot comment or post until he gets it.

And no, the spam thing did not eat it.

Until he gets his credentials, the hackers have won.

( Actual photo of mahons, Annie Moore’s Pub, 43rd Street, New York when told it was last call )

Fat Cat

By Patty On March 3rd, 2011 at 3:22 pm

(Photo:  Union demonstrator  in the Wisconsin Capitol building.)

Just how bloated are the Public Employee Unions? This bloated:

“On the surface, the fight between the governor of Wisconsin and organized labor is about balancing state budgets and collective-bargaining rights. Behind the scenes, hundreds of millions of dollars in compensation to top labor leaders as well as campaign contributions to Democrats could be in jeopardy.

Union treasuries – filled by dues paid by union members – not only fund programs benefiting union members and their families. The money they collect also pays six-figure compensation packages for labor leaders and provides millions of dollars for Democratic causes and candidates.

The Center for Public Integrity found compensation for leaders of the 10 largest unions ranged from $173,000 at the United Auto Workers to $618,000 at the Laborers’ International Union of North America, and almost $480,000 for the president of the American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees. The latter is the target of GOP governors in Wisconsin, Indiana, Ohio, Tennessee and Kansas.

The union reports, filed with the Department of Labor, list compensation for all union employees and officers. Salaries make up the biggest portion, but other benefits can include tens of thousands of dollars for meal allowances, mileage allowances and entertainment.”

HT: Hot Air