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By ATWadmin On May 6th, 2007 at 1:44 pm

sr-71.jpgOn one side of the dispute is the huge and powerful Lockheed Martin corporation, manufacturer of, amongst other toys the SR-71 triple-supersonic spy plane, the Stealth fighter-bomber (a.k.a Skunk) and lots of other goodies. Their first quarterly report mentions, in passing, free cash flow of 404 miilion dollars, and a backlog of orders worth some 49 billion dollars! In short, Lockheed Martin is doing okay!

The other participant in this dispute is a tiny Bexleyheath-based business which goes by the charming name of ‘SkunkWorks’, which sells ‘lifestyle’ paraphernalia for smoking cannabis, amongst other materials. Their online motto is "In the Leaf we trust" and they are fairly open about their products!

 A little bit too open for the giant aircraft coprpoartion which submitted a 1000-page document to the UK Nominet guys (the people who police the UK websites), alleging that the tradename ‘Skunkworks’ was already owned by Lockheed, and that the Bexleyheath people were ‘sullying their reputation!

The Bexleyheath minnows responded with a single sheet of paper which held their reply, and they won both the first hearing, and the appeal! The ‘Cannabis’ guy didn’t even use a lawyer, whereas the Lockheed people had an houseful!

dope.jpgDon’t get me wrong, I’m not saying anything about the relative values of dope, but it is rather nice to hear the little guy winning big time for once! 




3000 French police on standby

By ATWadmin On May 6th, 2007 at 12:10 pm

Due to France’s past problems with rioting minorities and extreme leftists, three thousand police are being dispatched into the streets to quell any violence in the wake of a Sarkozy election, whilst Sarkozy supporters plan a celebration in the Place de la Concorde in the very likely event of a Sarkozy victory. With the country so very polarized, Sarkozy certainly has his work cut out for him but he certainly appears to have the guts to meet the challenge. Vive le Sarkozy!


By ATWadmin On May 6th, 2007 at 12:05 pm

Bilal Skaf
In Australia, a controversial, proposed new movie, “Wrong Girl”, based on a true event, was supposed to break down ‘misunderstandings’ between the Muslim and non-Muslim community, but instead it has horrified such bodies as the NSW Rape Crisis Centre who has viewed its script and appealed to the author to change the script before it is produced. The script has devoted 18 pages to a graphic account of a 6 hour rape which the Rape Crisis Centre believes would greatly traumatize rape victims. I would also add that it would provide thought fodder for other sick individuals inclined towards the same crime. It could also flare tensions in the Muslim community many of whom protested to the incarceration of the rapists.
The movie was based on events occurring in August 2000, when a young Sydney woman was raped 25 times by a gang of 14 Muslim men. The leader, Bilal Skaf, was sentenced to a record 55 years, though this sentence has since been reduced to 28 years.
Dialogue between Muslims and non-Muslims? Fetish-fest for the seriously disturbed more like it. This kind of trash belongs in the bin!
SOURCE: Sunday Telegraph
See here for details on the crimes committed by this group of rapists.

sego desperate

By ATWadmin On May 6th, 2007 at 8:24 am


Wednesday’s debate changed very little other than to briefly offer Sego as a tougher less gaff prone candidate. But not tough enough. 90% of the French had decided by late Friday and the polls indicate Sarko will win. Im still here in France following it all avidly as I have for the last year really – hopeful that France will indeed, as Sarko put it, rid itself of the legacy of 1968.

Following the debate and the polls indicating a Sarko win Sego got increasingly desperate. Even with Bayrou, the centrist calling on his voters not to vote for Sarko and left wing broadsheet Le Monde endorsing Sego on Friday, the polls still indicated a Sarko win. Nothing is ever assured though (I dont think).

Both candidates have used the banlieues and violence as integral to their campaigns (or pre campaigns). Sarko did so at the start last year when he suggested that the scum who caused it should be blasted out with a karsher (high power jets that France uses to clean its streets).  Sego finished her campaign addressing les banlieues – but her desperation was borderline ridiculous on Friday. With TV images of her flanked by muslims she later suggested in an interview that democracy was threatened (quite the opposite in fact Ms Royal) and that violence would erupt in the banlieues if Sarko was elected. Is this a prediction or borderline incitement?

Sarkozy responded:


"To explain that if people don’t vote for one candidate there will be violence is quite simply to refuse the democratic and republican expression of opinion. We’ve never seen this before, never. It’s a worrying form of intolerance."


She then inevitably compared him to Bush:

(Sarkozy) imitates George W. Bush in this technique of compassionate conservative. One cries over people. The various facts are used and, when one is at responsibilities, one does not act for the present and one promises for tomorrow. See the election campaigns of Bush, but, when there was the catastrophe of New-Orleans, one did not see it on the ground!…(Sarkozy) carries the same neoconservative ideology."

Sarkozy replied:


"Instead of explaining her propositions and criticizing mine, she has wanted to caricature me…I am myself, I defend my own ideas."


France is going to the polls to a elect a New Generation President. I hope there is no last minute upset (not uncommon).  Nicolas Sarkozy has planned, a victory party for Sunday night to take place at the Place de la Concorde in Paris.




Liberalism Kills

By ATWadmin On May 6th, 2007 at 8:06 am

Angelika_portraitpa203.jpgPeter Tobin was sentenced in 1994 to just 14 years in prison for attacking two 14 year old girls. He lured the girls to his home in Hampshire, held them captive at knifepoint and forced them to take sedatives. He raped one of them while she was partially conscious, indecently assaulted the other and tried to gas them. The Judge described the attack as “an appalling incident, I think the worst I have ever come across.” Tobin was released in 2004 and moved to Scotland, where the authorities lost track of him.

In September 2006, 12 years after he was sentenced to 14 years for the Hampshire attack, Tobin raped and murdered 23 year old Angelika Kluk, whose face you see above, in a “violent and horrific attack”. In sentencing Tobin to a minimum of 21 years, the Judge Advocate told Tobin: “Any case of rape is serious. Any case of murder is serious. But what you did to Angelika Kluk was inhuman.”

There is no good reason why Tobin should not be executed. But there is also no good reason why those who released him to rape and murder again should also not be made to pay for their crime, and let’s be clear, they are guilty of the most serious criminal neglect. Their assumed responsibility of protecting the public has been perverted into protecting criminals. The direct consequences of their concern for Tobin were the horror he inflicted on Angelika Kluk and the misery her family will always suffer.



By ATWadmin On May 5th, 2007 at 9:59 am

Happy days are here again…..

I see that the UK Government has given assurances to illegal terror groups and issued guidance to employers in Northern Ireland that terrorist convictions should not be a hindrance when it comes to getting a job in NI.  I’m not surprised at this. I’m waiting for the next set of "guidance" for employers that makes it mandatory to employ convicted terrorist vermin. The descent into depravity continues, even as the sun shines…..PEACE IN OUR TIME, folks.


By ATWadmin On May 5th, 2007 at 9:46 am

Much to the chagrin of the UK MSM, it looks like Nicolas Sarkozy has extended his lead over Segolene Royal in opinion polls two days ahead of the French presidential election. When I return to ATW on Monday, the people of France will have spoken and we will know who the winner is. I hope Sarkozy prevails and I can’t wait to see how this will annoy the "Royalists" at the BBC!!!


By ATWadmin On May 5th, 2007 at 9:24 am

rabinsq22art_0.jpgDid you see the huge protests taking place in Israel demanding that PM Osloid Olmert "go home or we’ll throw you out"?

Ronny Zvigenbaum, representing a grassroots movement of reserve soldiers, said Olmert’s failures were "unforgivable and written in blood." "Today you are trying to keep your job, so we have to keep our lives. Every day you are in power you endanger the state. Look at this full square, prime minister, it says it all. We are not spin doctors for the government but ordinary citizens — and we call on you to resign," he said.

Olmert has been a disaster. This site forecast he would be a disaster. He is a man of the left, indecisive, wanting to be liked by an international elite which hates Israel, and who has compromised the safety of Israel by failing to deal decisively with the serious threats facing the small nation. Kick him out – hold an election right now!


By ATWadmin On May 5th, 2007 at 9:04 am

I read that DUP Leader Ian Paisley’s Stormont department will be distributing £180,000 over the next year to gay and bisexual groups.

Dr Paisley, who once led a "Save Ulster from Sodomy" campaign, is to take the top post next week at the Office of the First Minister and Deputy First Minister (OFMDFM) – the Department responsible for equality issues in Northern Ireland. As part of its equality work, OFMDFM has earmarked grant-aid to support lesbian, gay and bisexual people.

A spokesman for OFMDFM said it will be providing £180,000 during the current financial year, 2007-08. Money provided under the initiative in 2006-07 totalled £50,000. I reckon that’s a trebling of funding in the new Paisley/McGuinness era. I presume Dr Paisley feels that the alternative to providing such an increase in funding to a lobby he has made such a point of opposing would be much worse for his value system?

Isn’t it interesting to observe how proximity to POWER makes men gaily abandon once deeply held beliefs? Also interesting to note the irony of the Moderator of the Free Presbyterian Church – a church which has picketed Gay Events, now is the prime funder for such. Next time the Free Presbyterian Church objects to a Gay event, I wonder will Dr Paisley picket himself? 


By ATWadmin On May 5th, 2007 at 8:52 am

You have to wonder at how dumbed down our culture has become and how driven it is by pointless celebrity. Take the alleged "news" that Paris Hilton has been sentenced to 45 days in jail for violating a probation order. "Party girl" Hilton, 26, must go to jail on June 5 and she will not be allowed any work release, leave of absences, use of an alternative jail or electronic monitoring in place of jail, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Michael Sauer ruled after a hearing. The judge said she broke the terms of her probation in an alcohol-related reckless driving case.

I don’t a lot about Ms Hilton other than she has gained a certain popularity/notoriety via a tacky video and that the media salivate over her every inane utterance and activity. I know she comes from the wealthy Hilton family, so proving that money does not buy class. And she’s typical of the modern day "celeb" – famous  for doing nothing of value, pursued by the media for images for their various publication. It’s hard to know which is the more deplorable – Ms Hilton or those who like to read about Ms Hilton.

It’s a dumbed down age – with plenty of dummies to provide the entertainment.