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Any Which Way But Lewsley

By ATWadmin On December 16th, 2006 at 7:45 am

Patricia Lewsley, the Ms Anonymity of the supposedly acceptable face of Oirish insurrection, is leaving the SDLP to become the new Children’s Commissioner for Northern Ireland.  She replaces Nigel Williams who died prematurely earlier this year.  For this post she will be paid an astonishing £75,000 per annum (gracious me, don’t nationalists have it rough under UK sovereignty!!).

What I can’t figure out is the purpose of a Children’s Commissioner.  Lewsley is one of four such busy-bodies appointed and promoted by this ‘rights obsessed’ Left wing rabble we hate to call a government.  Scotland, Wales and England all have comparable posts.  However, the only time you ever hear of these people is when they burst into the media spotlight (like a Carmen Miranda in the height of menstruation) to call for any physical punishment of brats to be abolished.  Lewsley will inevitably follow in the footsteps of her predecessor given that her new job remit, and her membership of a party with an anti-Hobbesian stance on ‘rights’ and public order, form the perfect foundation for such idealistic nonsense.

We live in a country where thousands fear the activities of a young generation brought up without even the merest hint of physical discipline.  This is the same country where you can be imprisoned for causing bruising to a child during the administration of physical chastisement.  I tell you this: if I suffered the sort of mental torture and property violation that so many in this country endure at the hands of feral hellspawn, they would come away with a hell of a lot more than a bit of bruising.  And if I had to serve a sentence for it then the price would be worth it.  No amount of children’s commissioners, human rights laws pertaining to the scum of society, or a government anxious to control every aspect of our daily lives would be allowed to deflect me away from protecting – by whatever necessary means – my fundamental right to live in peace and without fear of intimidation.

There is an organic link between the gradual disappearance of physical punishment and the rise of adolescent violence in this United Kingdom.  If a brat is loitering on your lawn and you ask him/her to move on, you receive a torrent of profane abuse followed by that classic stance, which exudes arrogance and the ‘untouchable’ mentality from every pore.  So enjoy yourself in your new post, Ms Lewsley; call for the abolition of a parent’s right to smack.  Then sit back and watch as those of us at the vanguard of opposition to this PC codswallop take proactive measures every time we are forced to suffer the consequences of this inanity, and not at all cowered by the prospect of defying a law that cares far more about the welfare of those who attack us than ever it does about ourselves.

Saturday’s Marx Quote – 16.12.06

By ATWadmin On December 16th, 2006 at 7:42 am

‘Send two dozen roses to Room 424 and put  "Emily, I love you" on the back of the bill.’

On This Day…16.12

By ATWadmin On December 16th, 2006 at 7:28 am

1653 – In England, Oliver Cromwell pronounces himself Lord Protector – a position he holds for the next four years.

1773 – The infamous Boston Tea Party, in which 150 ‘Sons of Liberty’ – American colonists dressed as Red Indians – protest against British imposed taxes by throwing fully-laden tea chests into the harbour at Boston.

1944 – American bandleader Glenn Miller is missing, presumed dead, after his plane disappears while flying over the English Channel en route to France.

1990 – Haitians elect populist priest Jean Bertrand Aristide as President in the country’s first fully democratic election.

1991 – Britain names Stella Rimington as the first woman to head its security service, MI5.

1998 – USA & Britain combine bombing attacks on Iraq after United Nations weapons inspectors are expelled from the country, contrary to assurances given by Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein.



By ATWadmin On December 15th, 2006 at 10:39 pm

I know this song is played to death at this time, but I was always a big fan of Roy Wood and I believe this is a better song than Slade’s "Merry Xmas Everybody"  Roy Wood created a Phil Spector-ish wall of sound, and you can hear this is other songs  such as "See My Baby Jive" and "Angel Fingers."


By ATWadmin On December 15th, 2006 at 10:33 pm

This is from the Irish Independent. Picture the scene.

It’s a busy morning in a Manhattan court-house, and a tough-looking customer with red hair and freckles is dragged in chains by a phalanx of cops before thepresiding judge. The judge looks stonily at the accused:

Judge: "Well, Mickey-Joe Murphy O’Hooley. You are charged with three counts of murder, four counts of aggravated burglary, six counts of nicking cars and countless counts of possession of piles of drugs. What do you have to say in your defence?"

Mickey-Joe: "Top of the mornin’, yer honour. Sure begob and begorrah, t’isn’t my fault at all, at all. It’s cos I is Oirish, and t’was the demon drink that courses through the veins of my kinfolk that made me do it, be the hokey".

Judge: "How terrible for you. Case dismissed. Here’s a few bucks, bucko. Have a Pint on me".


Fantasy? Not if New York attorney Ed Hayes’ fancy footwork on behalf of a client this week is anything to go by. This legendary figure of the American legal system – the character of defence lawyer Tom Killian in Bonfire of the Vanities is based on Hayes – was defending 26-year-old Sean Timoney.

The defendant is the son of former NYPD bigwig and current Miami Police Chief, Dublin-born John Timoney, and was facing a lengthy jail term after pleading guilty to trying to buy 400 pounds of marijuana from an undercover agent.

Among the various arguments for a lenient sentence put forward by Ed Hayes in a pre-sentencing letter to the judge was that "from a historical standpoint, bothsides of Sean’s lineage, like so many other of Irish-American descent, suffer from alcohol abuse," predisposing him to addictive behaviour which led him to drugs.

Oh, right you be, sorr. ‘Tis nothin’ short of a feckin’ miracle that Irish-Americans got anythin’ done in between lurryin’ back de gargle – like buildin’ the US railroads and the thoroughfares and skyscrapers of New York; anddominatin’ the NYPD and City Hall. And God only knows how that useless sot John
F Kennedy ended up in the White House, or Eugene O’Neill ever got the head together to write anythin’ half-decent.

This sort of racial stereotyping would be booed off the stage of a comedy club, yet was countenanced in a court of law. (And Hayes’s arguments were successful -on Wednesday Timoney was sentenced to a lenient 18 months in pokey).

Airport ’06 – The Confusion

By ATWadmin On December 15th, 2006 at 10:19 pm


What are we to make of the news that the Government wants to expand certain airports in and around London?  Auntie Beeb informs us all that a third runway is planned for Heathrow (there are even rumours of a sixth terminal at what is already far and away the busiest airport in Europe), and Stansted in west Essex is also due for an additional runway there.  Stansted’s relatively rural location makes it ideal amongst the capital’s air gateways for major expansion.

Bring it on!  Expanding airports (and there will undoubtedly be further announcements affecting the size of regional establishments) is a sure sign of progress and economic/tourism growth.  Any economy wishing to prosper in the global age needs the best facilities to handle the swiftest form of transport.  But hang on a second!  Gordon Brown (a Scotsman) has announced punitive aviation taxation increases in order to fight climate change.  However, if the aim of the aforesaid robbery is to reduce the amount of passengers using our airports, then why is this blatant contradiction in terms taking place.  There are two modes of thought:

  1. Labour already recognises that airline passenger growth cannot be checked in an advancing world and is using such trends to swell its public sector coffers.

  2. Labour truly believes aviation tax will create the desired effect.  If so, why the need to expand?

Transport Secretary, Douglas Alexander (another Scotsman) said:

‘The progress report confirms our intention that aviation should meet its climate change costs and should limit noise and pollution at airports across the country. At the same time, we must ensure that the UK has the airport capacity it needs to enhance its economic performance.’

Ten years in power and their covert socialism still prevents them from understanding how big business works.  Aviation will not be meeting ‘its climate change costs.’  It will ensure the travelling public is made to pay by way of increased fares.  Do Douggie and Gordon (two Scotsmen) honestly think the airline big-wigs will suddenly discover their environmental side and allow profits to be eaten into in the process?  They are in business to make money.  That’s how the free market basically works.  We are the ones who will suffer fiscally.  Mind you, isn’t that the foundation of all socialists – closet or otherwise?  ‘We hate people to have money and enjoyment.  So we’ll create a culture where people have nothing, and yet still want to share it with the world.’

On This Day…15.12

By ATWadmin On December 15th, 2006 at 10:13 pm

1711 – Plague breaks out in Copenhagen.

1890 – In America, Chief Sitting Bull, the leader of the Sioux indians, is shot dead.

1891 – Canadian James E Naismith nails two peach baskets to opposite ends of a gymnasium balcony, draws up some simple rules, and creates the sport of basketball.

1964 – Canada adopts the Maple Leaf for its national flag.

1966 – Death of animator Walt Disney.

1979 – Deposed Shah of Iran flies from the United States of America to ‘temporary‘ exile in Panama.


By ATWadmin On December 15th, 2006 at 5:03 pm

Did you read that a a leading Ulster evangelical churchman has said he was prepared to go to prison to stop new laws which will advantage homosexuals. The Rev Eric McComb, superintendent of the Elim Pentecosatal Church in Ireland, said his church would also refuse to remove its ban on gays participating in church activities. Mr McComb was speaking as a number of Christian groups go to the High Court in Belfast today to seek leave for a judicial review on new legislation which will stop shops and businesses "discriminating" against gays and lesbians.

Naturally, the Gay militant advocacy groups and its courtiers in the MSM bitch about this. I say "Well Done" to Rev McComb – it’s time the Gay Lobby was confronted rather than appeased.


By ATWadmin On December 15th, 2006 at 4:34 pm

You can read my script for Hearts and Minds here, with the cartoons that accompanied it, and if you are VERY BRAVE, if you click the Watch Hearts and Minds button, I’m on after about 12 minutes…..naturally I use a body stunt double! And did you spot the Costello reference buried in the labyrinthine words….?


By ATWadmin On December 15th, 2006 at 2:58 pm

Here’s a lovely song from a Scottish band with a Spanish air, and one more redhead that I admire in the form of Eddi Reader…check out the vocal inflection about three minutes in, boy she can sing like a bird, and it’s quite a jolly tune by my standards. The guy that actually wrote this song,  Mark Nevin, later co-wrote with Kirsty MacColl, including one of her best songs, and my personal favourite, Soho Square….