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By ATWadmin On January 19th, 2007 at 7:34 am

wolfsheep.jpgI was interested to read that the Alan Harper, the Primate elect of the Church of Ireland – (the Anglican community in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland) – has shown his liberal colours straightaway by calling for the Act of Settlement to be repealed and for the disestablishment of the Church of England. Amusingly, this wise sage has concluded that the foundations of his Church and the constitutional basis of our Monarchy “belongs to its time and we should move on”

I wonder if he feels the same about the teachings of the Bible? I wonder how he views the 39 Article of Faith to which he swears allegiance one moment and then rejects the next?

The Bible warns of us of people such as Harper. I attach the visual cue. He may LOOK like an idiot……

Hat-tip to Slugger O’Toole.


By ATWadmin On January 19th, 2007 at 7:23 am

Yip – the faux row over alleged racist comments on Big Brother continues!

Last night, I watched panelists on the Northern Ireland version of Question Time (“Let’s Talk”) being asked about this topic and they all agreed that the remarks made by Jade Goody and her coven on the Channel 4 programme were racist. There was also a general consensus that “we” are a racist society and that “something must be done” to “fight” this innate racism.

I say this is garbage. We are NOT a racist society, though our tolerances have been stretched to the limit by the invasion of illegal immigration that Labour has presided over. Britain’s are, by and large, VERY tolerant of other races, and the self-loathing liberals who are keen to beat up on themselves sure as hell do not speak for me.

Then there is the question of what racism actually is. Why, please tell, have the media ignored comments made by Big Brother housemate Jermaine Jackson that other occupants were “white trash”? Isn’t that equally as horrible as anything said about Ms Sheety? How can it be that the MSM ignored that aspect of this event?

The truth is that it is NOT racism we witness in Big Brother. It is gross stupidity and ignorance. If people don’t like it, turn the thing off. Those freaks and egotists who choose to go onto such a programme really don’t warrant our attention in this way were it not for the liberal media’s determination to “prove” just how bad and vile British society has become.

Terrorists Talk Shop

By ATWadmin On January 18th, 2007 at 12:53 pm

What a farce!  Gerry Adams, who says he isn’t part of an illegal terrorist organisation (ahem) is meeting those who are members of illegal terrorist organisations to pledge that the Provo strategy of ‘supporting’ the PSNI and the British criminal justice system is in reality a step towards…….what was that cobblers he came out with?………oh yes, that’s it: ‘A peaceful way to achieve political change, equality, justice and ultimately Irish freedom.’

In another plunge still further into the progressive abyss of delusion he states that ‘armed struggle was never a republican principle. It was an option of last resort in the absence of any other alternative.’  Correct me if I’m wrong, but I never knew that the political wing of the IRA had been a proscribed political party.  I must have missed that one!  May I remind this alpha-scumbag that of the 3523 people killed during the troubles, 1798 of them were civilians.  Oh yes, plus a horse.  Kidnapping and butchering Shergar was crucial in the drive for ‘Irish’ unity as Shergar had neighed opposition to an all-Ireland anschluss on numerous occasions whilst chewing on his hay.

What I can’t fathom is how the IRA have a strategy to deliver this anschluss, with or without support for the PSNI and irrespective of whether that support is real or not.  The only way in which Northern Ireland’s annexation can take place is by fulfilling the essential constitutionally legal criteria (some of which isn’t even included adequately in the Belfast Agreement) on the back of a referendum in both Northern Ireland and the Republic.  When it comes to winning support in Northern Ireland (let’s forget about the ambivalence in the South) there is an insurmountable bloc called the British majority.  How pray does Gerry and his cronies hope to get around that one!?

Adams’s meeting should be seen as nothing more than one terrorist hob-nobbing with other terrorists.  If they are wanted men in the United Kingdom, Adams is breaking the law if he meets them on British soil and does not disclose their whereabouts to the police.  I don’t suppose that little fact crossed the minds of the MSM.

Just tell it like it is!

By ATWadmin On January 18th, 2007 at 11:56 am

You may remember that I have posted before on the subject of South Africa, and in specifics to the FIFA World Cup due to take place in 2010 within that sadly beautiful country! So when I link to a very senior Zulu politician who warns his fellow-countrymen that they are in danger of losing the battle for credibility, I believe that people should take notice!

This is a man who has, through his Zulu nation’s own bloodthirsty efforts, gained some notoriety in the political life of South Africa. His long-time leadership of Inkatha, the very conservative Zulu National Party, which fought long and bloody conflicts for political domination in Natal with the communist-leaning African National Congress has been dominated by his desire to lead his country, never mind his own nation, and, frustrated by the superior numbers of A.N.C. followers in South Africa as a whole; seems intent on causing as much political mayhem as possible.

The Zulu mentality, which produced such battle honours as ‘Isandlwana’ is probably the only one which could produce a statement advising of imminent failure and be taken seriously by world opinion; because as a nation, they normally never admit defeat, preferring to fight until beaten or dead!

I still recall sitting alongside a very old, wizened Zulu nightwatchman on board a British freighter docked in Durban harbour swapping beers and stories, and I remember the words he used when he spoke of his grandfather’s war with ‘the white man’. He said “The younger men were positioned at the front of the battle, and the older, more experienced, at the rear. If the young ones moved forward, they might die; if they retreated, they would die!”

If a Zulu politician such as Mangosuthu Buthelezi says that the World Cup is in doubt, FIFA should look elsewhere!



By ATWadmin On January 18th, 2007 at 9:46 am

I thought this was an excellent post over on Power Line and it raises some very fundamental questions about journalistic integrity…

1. Yesterday, Kofi Annan’s former right-hand man at the United Nations, Benon Sevan, was indicted by a Federal Grand Jury for bribery and conspiracy to commit wire fraud in connection with the U.N.’s Oil for Food program. Does the fact that the Oil for Food program turned into one of history’s biggest frauds, while propping up Saddam’s regime in the meantime, discredit the U.N.? Why not?

2. Does the fact that U.N. peacekeepers have repeatedly used their positions of power to extort sexual favors from female refugees discredit the U.N.? Why not?

3. Does the fact that Saddam was "taunted" during the last moments before his execution, and someone filmed the execution with a cell phone, discredit the new government of Iraq? Why?

4. Of the news stories referred to in 1 through 3, which is most important? Least important?

5. What accounts for the differences in the attitude manifested by Western reporters and editors toward the new government of Iraq, as compared with their attitudes toward the United Nations?


By ATWadmin On January 18th, 2007 at 8:36 am

shilpa.jpgI know I covered this yesterday, but since then the story has gained INTERNATIONAL dimensions, with globe trotting C02 emitting Gordon Brown condemning the alleged "racist remarks" made on the Channel 4 Big Brother programme about Bollywood star, and BB housemate, Shilpa Shetty. (Phew, glad I typed that surname correctly!) There have been reports of outrage in India, with a small-scale protest in the eastern Indian city of Patna which saw the burning of an effigy. (An effigy of WHAT?- Jade Goody, hopefully)

Now, a few points to be made on this.

1. It shows the raw POWER of the MSM, in so far as it can take a non-story, a real non-event in the greater scheme of things, twist it into self-loathing "Racism" and then turn it into an international crisis for the Blair government whilst simultaneously portraying Britain as a racist nation.

2. I bet Channel 4 are delighted at all this publicity. Their wretched low-brow trash programme will get record ratings, I forecast.

3. If Sheety is upset by the behaviour of her fellow TV guests, why not walk out? She’s an undeniably beautiful looking woman but her participation in this ugly programme does her no credit.


By ATWadmin On January 18th, 2007 at 8:33 am

LEGIONDHONNEUR.jpgI see that the French prime minister has presented British playwright Harold Pinter with one of his country’s highest awards, the Legion D’Honneur. Dominique de Villepin gave the award at a ceremony at the French embassy in London. Pinter, awarded the 2005 Nobel Prize for Literature, is widely regarded by luvvie lefties as the UK’s greatest living playwright. He is also well-known as an outspoken critic of US and UK foreign policy. He has spoken out strongly against the war in Iraq and once labelled Mr Blair a "deluded idiot". Here are a few other comments by this "great" playwright…

"The USA is intent on controlling the world and the world’s resources." 

"Bush is on a par with Saddam."

"Please wash the cucumber sandwiches down with a glass of blood, with my compliments." (In an open letter to President Bush)

"Israel’s injustice to the Palestinians is an outrage.’

You can understand WHY the left JUST love him. De Villepin himself is a loathsome specimen so who more fitting to honour the wretched Pinter?


By ATWadmin On January 18th, 2007 at 8:32 am

adverts.jpgFascinating to think that 30 years have now passed since self-confessed murderer Gary Gilmore was strapped to a chair before a firing squad and uttered his famous last words: "Let’s do it."

The controversial execution that marked the reinstatement of the death penalty in the United States. (I remember buying a single by a punk band called The Adverts entitled "Gary Gimore’s eyes" – their finest moment, btw) I see that Amnesty International are jumping up and down about this anniversary – they naturally oppose justice being carried out.

I remain firmly IN FAVOUR of the death penalty, and in that regards I am joined by a majority of people here in the UK. But our political leaders have opted out of reflecting our will that this wish be implemented. My basis for this is both Biblical and practical. Dead murderers tend not to re-offend, I’ve noticed. The Bible also instructs us to ensure that those who knowingly take life, forfeit their life. The sooner we leave the EU, and assert the will of the British people to put to death mass murderers, terrorists, paedophile killers and the like, the better.

OnThis Day…18.01

By ATWadmin On January 18th, 2007 at 8:27 am

1778 – Captain Cook becomes the first European to set foot in the Hawaiian Islands.  Cook was to make another two trips to the archipelago before being ambushed and killed by the natives a little over a year later.

1788 – Britain establishes a penal settlement at Botany Bay in Australia.

1967 – In the USA Albert DeSalvo, the ‘Boston Strangler’?, is sentenced to life in prison.  To this day lingering doubts remain as to whether DeSalvo was indeed the Boston Strangler.

1985 – Irish actor Wilfred Brambell, famous for playing Albert Steptoe in the classic BBC comedy Steptoe and Son, dies at the age of 74.

1985 – US officials walk out of a World Court case concerning US ‘paramilitary’ activities against the Nicaraguan government.

1991 – The Israeli cities of Tel Avia and Haifa come under attack from Iraqi Scud missiles during the Gulf War.



By ATWadmin On January 18th, 2007 at 8:23 am

I wonder what you make of the news that the High Court in the Irish Republic has refused to extradite an Irish Life accountant who mowed down two young children in Hungary while driving at 75 to 80kph in a built up area?

Ciaran Tobin’s car mounted the footpath in a built-up area of Budapest in the accident seven years ago, killing a five-year-old boy and a two-year-old girl. A High Court judge yesterday refused a request for Tobin’s extradition by the Hungarian authorities, who wanted him to serve a sentence imposed on him by a Budapest court in his absence for negligence causing death in April 2000. Mr Tobin from Cairn Manor, Ratoath, Co Meath, who is a senior manager with Irish Life plc customer services, Abbey Street, Dublin, was working for the company in Budapest at the time of the accident. Yesterday, the High Court turned down an application by the Hungarian authorities to extradite the father of two from Ireland. Mr Justice Michael Peart said he was refusing the extradition request because he was satisfied that Mr Tobin’s departure from Hungary could not be defined as ‘fleeing’, as had been contended on the extradition warrant. Mr Tobin (41), was convicted in his absence by a Hungarian court in 2002 of negligent driving causing the deaths of the two children after his car mounted a footpath in a built-up area of Budapest on the afternoon of April 9, 2000. A three-year sentence was imposed, which was later adjusted downwards on appeal to 18 months.



As a result of the incident, Marton Zoltai (5), who was standing on the footpath, and Petra Zoltai (2), who was sitting in a pram at the time of the accident, were both killed.


In his judgment, Mr Justice Peart said that he accepted Mr Tobin’s argument that he and his family left Hungary, on November 30, 2000, following the completion of his work in that country, and that he had never “fled” Hungary.


Irish Courts have shown a disturbing reluctance to extradite its citizens, even when as in this case, it is clear that a terrible crime has been committed.

Over the years, we in Northern Ireland have also observed this Irish Judicial tendency to wish away the hard fact that Irish people, just like the rest of us, are capable of doing great wrong and must be made amenable to justice. not sheltered from it!

The family of the Hungarian kids deserve better, I have to say.