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ENGLAND’S GREEN AND PLEASANT LAND?

By ATWadmin On September 16th, 2008 at 7:56 pm

Did you read that immigration levels have pushed population density in England
to a higher level than any other major country in Europe? The figures, released by the Office for National Statistics, indicate there
is an average of 395 people in every square kilometre in England.This is an increase of five per sq km in the past two years. The increase has pushed England’s population density above the previous
highest figure set by the Netherlands. This is all part of the NuLabour grand project this past ten years or so  – the sustained undermining of the great nation of England by the importation of legions of immigrants. A strong England is seen as a threat to those who seek the evisceration of the UK and I am sure these people will be clapping their hands in glee at this new population demographic.

ON THE TRAIL WITH THE TELEPROMPTER…

By ATWadmin On September 16th, 2008 at 7:44 pm

Did you read that Barack Obama’s teleprompter is hitting the campaign trail?

The Chosen One
delivers his epoch-making speeches off the device, though normally he doesn’t use one at standard
campaign rallies and town hall events. But the Illinois senator used a teleprompter at both his Colorado events
Monday — making for a particularly peculiar scene in Pueblo, where the prompter
was set up in the middle of what is normally a rodeo ring.

Well, erm, I guess if it…erm, helps his soaring oratory then..erm..it’s worth it. But what if the teleprompter breaks down again? 

And isn’t it reassuring that even in the teeth of this global financial chaos, the Obamessiah  is hosting a dinner in Beverly Hills costing attendees $28,500 dollars each! 
Hundreds of high rollers, including some of the biggest executives in
film, television and music, will munch gourmet
chow and hang out with the candidate.
  Babs Streisand
will then sing
at the five-star Beverly Wilshire. Maybe he’ll donate the proceeds to Lehmans now redundant employees?

THE CARING PROFESSION…

By ATWadmin On September 16th, 2008 at 7:37 pm

Think about it. You are an ambulance worker and your dying patient is awaiting electric shock therapy for a heart attack. What do you do? That’s right – place a prawn on their chin to see if it will cook!

“While paramedics prepared to use a defibrillator, ambulance technician John
Jones allegedly took a prawn from a colander in the patient’s sink and asked:
‘Does anybody want a prawn?’ After the electric shock had been given, Mr Jones is reported to have said:
‘360 joules won’t cook a prawn.’

The allegation by paramedic Darren Claydon comes days after he told the same
hearing how a fellow paramedic – called Clive Greedy – had munched on celery
while taking part in efforts to resuscitate the same dying patient. Mr Jones was later dismissed, the Health Profession’s Council panel
heard. Chairman Dr Alexander Yule said: ‘The panel finds Mr Claydon to be a credible
witness.’ Mr Claydon told the hearing Mr Greedy had said ‘nice celery’ and appeared to
be eating from a stick of it that he was holding. Mr Greedy, who was at first given only a formal verbal warning, was also
later dismissed.

Amazing. It’s enough to give you a heart attack!

IDLING WITH INTENT….

By ATWadmin On September 16th, 2008 at 7:31 pm

 

The war on the motorist in the UK continues with the news that drivers face £20 on-the-spot fines if they leave their engines running
while stuck in traffic.
Traffic wardens will be able to issue the penalties if they spot motorists
idling in jams for ‘too long’. The ‘green’ pilot scheme will be launched in January and will target drivers
stuck in queues in a bid to cut down on pollution. So not only are drivers being punished by being stuck on interminably jammed roads but now they are to be fined if they have the temerity to keep their engines running. The little fascists behind all these wheezes demonstrate the danger of the State. It does not seek to find solutions to problems, it much prefers to admonish, to fine.

Does Barack Obama Support Infanticide?

By ATWadmin On September 16th, 2008 at 7:23 pm

Obama says that he does not support infanticide, but  actions speak louder than words.  Obama voted four times against a bill called the “Born Alive Protection Act,”put in front of  Congress in 2001-2002.  This bill legislated medical care for babies born alive after botched abortions.   Four times,  Obama voted against this bill; four times,  Obama voted not to extend medical care for babies born alive after botched abortions.

Gianna Jesson survived a saline abortion 31 years ago.  She testified in front  of Congress in 2001-2002 for the passage of the Born Alive Protection Act, and now she speaks out regarding Obama’s obstruction of the “Born Alive Protection Act.”

On a side note, Obama’s hubris apparently knows no bounds.  The Obama campaign now hocks “faith-based Obama merchandise,”  hoping to appeal to the religious among us. Obama is pro-family? Who knew?

MELTDOWN…

By ATWadmin On September 16th, 2008 at 7:15 pm

Sorry I haven’t posted today until now – been away on business from first thing. So I look away for a few hours and…the financial world collapses. The media is full of  tales of impending doom folllowing the collapse of Lehmans. AIG seems to be in serious trouble today, I note. As I said yesterday this is all good stuff with some very decent buys on the stock market today for those who like a bargain.  Greedy and stupid financial institutions need to have the fat trimmed from their bloated portfolios and so I view all this with a fair degree of sanguinity. 

fools…..money….parted!

By ATWadmin On September 16th, 2008 at 5:16 pm

Personal choice is a funny thing, especially when it comes to things which people purchase. For example, if a motorist buys a ‘personalized’ number plate, it may be the culmination of a long period of saving which enables him (or her) to drive around with his own badge on his vehicle. It could also be just another purchase by someone with more money than sense; and there’s the point, it was a personal decision, and while I, and perhaps many others would just wince as the beloved number plate is rolled past our eyes, as yet another example of distorted priorities; the owner probably just doesn’t care.

As with number plates, so with so many other things. The amounts of money which are floating around in the field of so-called contemporary art for example, beggar belief; with the first day of the Damien Hirst clearance sale raised more than £seventy million, which is a whole heap of cash by anyone’s standards, especially when the items bought included a shark preserved in formaldehyde, as well as a skull plastered with diamonds. 

I visited a ‘Contemporary Art’ bastion up here on the banks of the Tyne some time back, and my reflections are written here. As you can imagine, I was not invited back for a reprise when another exhibit was staged, and this is perhaps my point; if anyone wants to spend his or her own cash on Hirst’s skull, or even Tracy Emin’s soiled bedlinen, it is after all their own money, and they can choose what they wish to buy, but where is it engraved that the ordinary taxpayer has to subsidise rubbish like this?

A Messiah, A Pitbull, wearing lipstick, and a Maverick all walk into a bar…

By ATWadmin On September 16th, 2008 at 1:48 pm

A Messiah, a Pitbull, wearing lipstick, and a Maverick all walk into a bar together. …oh yeah, there’s a Clown also.

That’s the setup.  You supply the punch line.

who watches the watchers?

By ATWadmin On September 15th, 2008 at 9:33 pm

Read about the latest proposals which are supposed to defend our children against the perverts who prey upon those innocents, and found the explanations almost too ridiculous to be true. The theory is that if a ‘concerned’ parent, or guardian, or whomever, is worried about the possibility of a stranger being allowed in close proximity to the kids they are responsible for, they are supposed to alert the police of their suspicions, or worries, or whatever, and then the police will commence investigations into the reputation of the accused. No evidence; no proof; justy a vague worry that things aren’t as they seem.

Now I am not, for one second, suggesting that these perverts do not exist, the evidence from all too many brutal deaths and court cases prove otherwise, but the fact that many of these attacks and injuries are usually inflicted by close members of the same family. I would also remind the reader of the attacks on a paediatrician some years ago because the mob couldn’t spell! The flaws in these proposals are so broad as to fatally wound them whilst the pilot programmes are in force.

But there is a danger in the wider community, especially if your daughter, for example, is rather taken with a tall man some 25 years old, with a pale complexion and rather piercing eyes, possibly with a Liverpool accent. If you were sufficiently concerned about his bona-fides, and efforts were made to establish his identity and past criminal record, they would quite possibly come up against a brick wall of officialdom, because it is quite possible that this young man is actually one of the two most reviled killers in the past twenty-five years of British legal history, and his real name is Jon Venables; his partner-in-crime was Robert Thompson, and the tiny victim of this truly evil pair was little Jamie Bulger. They were freed by the semi-Royal authority of the European Court of Human Rights, as it was determined that they had not received a fair trial. Strange though that no-one thought of tiny Jamie’s rights, but no-one spoke for Jamie!

WE….

By ATWadmin On September 15th, 2008 at 6:22 pm

Liberal media bias is real, it is out there all the time and sometimes, just sometimes, they let the mask slip.

CNN’s John Roberts whilst discussing the state of the
presidential campaign with former Clinton administration advisor Paul
Begala Friday morning, referred to Democrats as “we.”

Of course this is no surprise, the BBC have made similar errors in the past. But at least it makes us all aware of the prejudice that lurks beneath the allegedly neutral exterior.

We.