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By David Vance On December 27th, 2016 at 7:38 pm

No sooner have the corpses of those 12 people brutally murdered by a Tunisian Jihadist at that Berlin Christmas market been scooped off the pavement than we read another tale of cultural enrichment visited upon Germany care of Merkel’s grand plan to invite in unlimited numbers of muslim immigrants…

Seven migrants have been arrested after a homeless man was set on fire on Christmas Eve at a Berlin subway station.  The men, aged 15 to 21, are suspected of torching the victim as he slept on a platform bench at Schönleinstraße station.  Six of the suspects are Syrian and one is Lybian and an attempted murder investigation has been launched.

I’m shocked ….that there are six Syrians in Germany, since most group analysis shows that it is one of the least represented groups present in the country. Of course they may CLAIM to be Syrian but that’s not quite the same thing! Setting a homeless man on fire is another instance of how these new German citizens add gaiety and much needed colour to this Nation.



By David Vance On December 27th, 2016 at 7:29 pm

Well then, given ALL that has been happening in Germany it was only a matter of time until Germans took to the streets to make it ABSOLUTELY clear to Angela Merkel what they think of her policies. It’s just that it didn’t QUITE happen in the way one might expect…

HUNDREDS of people marched in Dresden on Saturday to protest the deportation of Afghan asylums seekers from Germany.

That’s right. These far left loons want to keep third world muslim migrants uber alles. If ever you wondered what cultural nihilism looks like, it looks like this!!!


By David Vance On December 27th, 2016 at 7:20 pm

I suppose it was inevitable that he would retire one day but it’s still going to be a shame not being to read his regular column. I refer to that great black American thinker, economist and writer, Thomas Sowell. You can read his final column here.

As he puts it….

“Even the best things come to an end. After enjoying a quarter of a century of writing this column for Creators Syndicate, I have decided to stop. Age 86 is well past the usual retirement age, so the question is not why I am quitting, but why I kept at it so long.

It was very fulfilling to be able to share my thoughts on the events unfolding around us, and to receive feedback from readers across the country — even if it was impossible to answer them all.”

Thomas Sowell has produced some of the best and most challenging thoughts that I have read and I thought I might share a few of them with you at this moment. Food for the brain, my friends…

‘The welfare state is not really about the welfare of the masses. It is about the egos of the elites.”

“Much of the social history of the Western world, over the past three decades, has been a history of replacing what worked with what sounded good.”

“Socialism in general has a record of failure so blatant that only an intellectual could ignore or evade it.”

and finally…..

“The first lesson of economics is scarcity: there is never enough of anything to fully satisfy all those who want it. The first lesson of politics is to disregard the first lesson of economics.”


By David Vance On December 27th, 2016 at 6:32 pm

Sad to report that no sooner has George Michael died than Carrie Fisher follows him into the great unknown. She will be forever remembered as Princes Leia, of course. But her mother, Debbie Reynolds has just lost her daugher, and of course Carrie’s own daughter, Billie Lourd.

2016 has seen a seemingly large number of celebrities pass away and I fully understand how upset fans can get. I can but imagine how I would greet the demise of Elvis Costello. However there is this thing called the “dianafication” factor (after the late Princess) where public grief seems excessive. Few of those mourning Carrie Fisher will have met her/known her. It’s a celluloid image they mourn. I know we live in an age of celebrity and that magnifies these moments, of course.

I have read Carrie Fisher’s book “Postcards from the Edge” (subsequently made into a movie) and she was a fine and honest writer, detailing in a semi autobiographical way with the drugs and booze lifestyle that almost consumed her as the fame of Star Wars took its toll. She pulled back from the edge and had many more years than she might otherwise have had.


By Pete Moore On December 27th, 2016 at 1:49 pm

FINALLY the government is (apparently) going to tackle voting fraud in “certain communities”. Reports the BBC:

Plans to demand proof of identity before voting in a bid to combat electoral fraud have been defended by ministers, amid criticism the move is a “sledgehammer to crack a nut”.

Councils in England, including Bradford and Birmingham, will trial the pilot scheme at local elections in 2018.

The government said it would “ensure the integrity” of the electoral system […]

As well as the trials, election officials and police will be given new powers to tackle intimidation of voters by activists, who will also be banned from collecting postal votes for submission – a practice known as “harvesting”.

You have to read deeply into that piece to discover the full intent of course, which is to tackle the rampant voting corruption by Pakistanis and Bangladeshis. Import Third World, get Third World.

Labour MPs are up in arms of course, claiming that it’s “a political move” and that it “will hit low income voters”. What they mean is that the Labour share of the vote will decline, because most of these fraudulent votes go to Labour. Good.

The plans come on the back of a report by Big Eric Pickles, yet another one which cited fears of racism for muslims not being accused of what has been blatantly obvious, which is that they will always import their primitive ways.



By Pete Moore On December 27th, 2016 at 1:37 pm

A FRENCH town is to christen one of its streets “rue du Brexit”. Beaucaire’s centrist, Front National mayor says it is to “pay tribute to the sovereign British people” who chose to leave the European Union.

What a beautiful, fraternal gesture. Many boucoups to the mayor. It’s also a nice bit of trolling, since Brexit Street will next to “rue Robert Schumann” and “rue Jean Monnet” – streets named after two of the maniacal founders of the European Union.


By Pete Moore On December 26th, 2016 at 1:44 pm

WE learned late last night that George Michael has died. It’s one thing when a famous elderly person dies, but he was only 53. That one was a shocker.

I can’t pretend that his stuff was always my cup of tea, but you can recognise real talent nevertheless.


By Pete Moore On December 25th, 2016 at 8:59 pm

EVENING punters, I hope that Santa’s sack was full of what you wanted.

It was good to see my brother and his family again. He’s lived in Sydney since 1992 so we don’t all get together that much. When I was over there for his wedding I managed to run over a Kangaroo in the Kur-ring-gai National Park. It really wasn’t my fault. Despite being the only motor on the road, it shot out of the bush and into the front of the vehicle like a missile. I’d only been in Oz for 24 hours and already the wildlife was after me. They didn’t let up either. My brother had a right chuckle about it when I told him.

Fast forward to this afternoon and we’re opening the presents. He already chose well with a large bottle of the old Pol Rog for me. I’ll be saving that for a special occasion. Arsenal winning the Premier League maybe. Yeah, ok. England winning the 2019 Rugby World Cup would be a worthy one, or the day that we leave the EU. Whatever, it’ll be special.

Oh, and then he handed me another gift. I’m now the proud owner of a mounted kangaroo scrotum paperweight. It actually goes well on the bookcase.


By David Vance On December 24th, 2016 at 5:18 pm

Hi gang. It’s been a frantic few weeks for me since I returned from Miami. I have set up my own Youtube channel here. 2017 will see much significant development on this media stream. Of course I am now also to be found on GAB here. Naturally my Twitter stream is still around and I finish 2016 with just over 33,000 followers (having started with 18,000)

The media world is changing. The days of mainstream media domination and control of the narrative are ending. We see the likes of the New York Times and The Guardian in financial meltdown. They can shove their bias once and for all. New media has arrived and the election of President Trump shows the power it has.

Blogs still have a place however, and they allow for a point to be expanded beyond 140 characters. The problem is the tech behind them is clumsy and the immediacy that social media brings is lost. But different people consumer media in very different ways so I still see ATW and Biased BBC as part of my media empire going forward!

Let me take this moment to wish all ATW’s faithful readers and contributors a very Happy Christmas! I believe I have always chosen this as the best way to celebrate this moment. In the midst of the commercial cacophony remember WHY we call this Christmas.


By Pete Moore On December 24th, 2016 at 5:06 pm

Those Godless commies are such potty-mouthed babies:

Good, good. I sincerely hope that 2017 hurts even worse. I see that Chairman May has issued a Christmas message, in which she actually mentions the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ. I didn’t know that such reactionary thoughts were still allowed in the UK.

Arrest that woman.