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US FOREIGN POLICY “LIKE THE THIRD REICH”….

By ATWadmin On May 11th, 2007 at 6:43 am

Did you see that Russian thug-in-chief Vladimir Putin has ratcheted up the anti-American rhetoric that little bit further by  obliquely comparing the foreign policy of the United States to the Third Reich in a speech on Wednesday commemorating the 62nd anniversary of the defeat of Nazi Germany. Putin did not specifically name the United States or NATO but used phrasing similar to that which he has used previously to criticize American foreign policy while making an analogy to Nazi Germany.The comments marked the latest in a series of sharply worded Russian criticisms of the foreign policy of the United States – on Iraq, missile defense, NATO expansion and, broadly, the accusation that the United States has striven to single-handedly dominate world affairs. It strikes me that Putin needs put in his place, and that the ongoing indulgence of Russia in the G8, for example, should cease. I also think that Euro-reliance on Russian gas will end in tears as Putin is demonstrating time and time again that Russia is NO friend of the US, and that it is increasingly characterised as being a tyranny, run by KGB-trained Putin. It’s close links to Iran are also worrying, and this is one bear that needs caged.

GORDON IS A MORON….

By ATWadmin On May 11th, 2007 at 6:30 am

brownPA250906_228x242.jpgI remember a fun song from about 27 years ago by Jilted John, the chorus of which was the memorable refrain "Gordon is a moron…" and that got me thinking about another Gordon, Gordon Brown that is. 

The dour Scot (for that is what he is!) prepares to take over from Tony Blair as British PM, and whilst I am not so stupid as to think he is a moron, nor do I think he is this giant "clunking" figure of the enlightenment some sycophants would suggest. This is, after all, the Chancellor of the Exchequer who sold off a large chunk of Britain’s Gold Reserves at the worst possible price, and who has destroyed British pensions schemes, and who has made British taxation structures complicated beyond belief.

But what of the bigger picture? Do you think he looks like or sounds like a successful Prime Minister? Will he cool relations with the US, especially since we know his Democrat sympathies? How will he cope with Iraq? Does he understand Islam is at war with us? And how will he fund the army of State workers he has created, and who seek even greater benefits, as the black fiscal hole at the centre of the UK economy deepens? I think Labour will come to regret allowing Brown to ascend to the throne, I think he lack charisma, he comes across clumsily on TV, and lacks the common touch. I do not look forward to having this Statist in charge of our country but perhaps it will switch people off even more? And you…?

GUESS THE COLLECTIVE NOUN?

By ATWadmin On May 11th, 2007 at 6:23 am

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Here we are then, a picture of a historic first for the UK – the new Devolved Northern Ireland Executive containing terrorists and democrats. I wonder what the collective noun for these NI mutant Ministers might be? A hypocrisy perhaps, maybe an obscenity, or how about a bloated indulgence? Your call……

Dr. Evil = George Soros

By ATWadmin On May 11th, 2007 at 5:33 am

The  5/9/07 Wall Street Journal article entitled “Axis of Soros”  reports that the  soon-to-be Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, is an “ally” of  George Soros. Unless you are a card carrying member of the far-left, this is not good news.  Soros  believes in a stong centralized international government, correcting the “excesses of self-interest” and  all of the other tenets of the "progressive" far-left.  Soros hearts the nanny state.

George Soros who?   

George Soros became famous when he shorted the English pound in 1992 – he made a BILLION  (!?!) pound profit  and seriously damaged the British economy in the process. Soros is the 80th richest man in the world, a Hungarian Jew and  an anti-semite.  German Nazis took over Hungary when Soros was 13; he survived by pretending that he wasn’t Jewish, disquised as the son of a non-Jewish neighbor.   He studied at the London School of Economics and he made his money trading, primarily hedge funds.

George Soros hates George Bush and he hates America, and  he has  in recent years devoted much of his fortune to bringing down Bush and  to bringing down America.

He gave $23.5 million dollars to  “527” groups (lobbying groups) in order to defeat George Bush in 2004. (Thereby inadvertantly proving that money really isn’t everything.)

Presently, he channels money to Moveon.org,  Center for American Progress, Open Society Institute, Democracy Alliance, Tides Foundation, and Media Matters. All of these groups work to promote the far-left political agenda, to influence the media and to defeat the Republicans.

According to the New York Times, anti-war lobbying groups, spearheaded by Soros’  Moveon.org, have a conference call   EVERY morning with Democratic law makers in Washington D.C.  George Soros has cleverly found a  legal way to buy direct access  and influence in Washington.  

Hyscience.com links to a Fox news report with Bill O’reilly which goes into depth about Soros’s influence in Washington.

The fact that Gordon Brown is an ally of George Soros is not good news for England or America.

Nuts In May

By ATWadmin On May 10th, 2007 at 6:29 pm

If anyone is still in any doubt that the UN has turned into a perverse caricature of itself, the news that Zimbabwe is favourite to head up the UN’s Commission on Sustainable Development (CSD), the international body that monitors the environment and development, should be enough to dispel those doubts

Let’s be honest – you’d be hard pressed to find a nation less suited to take the lead on how to achieve sustainable development. A few years ago this was the the nation known as the breadbasket of Africa. Now it’s the basket case of Africa – and in a continent of basket cases, that’s quite an achievement in a couple of decades.

If the UN were to set up a Commission on Achieving Rampant Inflation and Low Life Expectancy (CARILLE), then Zimbabwe would top the list to lead it – but sustaining development?

Over the last few years, the UN has stumbled through one disaster and scandal after another – whether it be Rwanda, Kosovo, Darfur, oil for fraud or child sex rings in the Congo. Whenever it has been required to act and act with certainty and confidence it has failed and failed dismally. it is now nothing more than a home for fading politicians to have their last hurrah. A Commission for Redundant Aging Politicians (CRAP) .

Auf Wiedersehen, Git!

By ATWadmin On May 10th, 2007 at 4:09 pm

I’ve just come back from a shopping trip to Leeds on the day that Blair has finally announced his resignation.  The streets were awash with shoppers of every creed and colour.  There were Muzzas, Slavs, Chinks, Diegos, browns, blacks, olives and yellows.  Leeds, as one of the largest and most important cities in the country, always had a reasonable and acceptable proportion of immigrants – but not so many as to make you feel like an outsider in your own land.  Thanks to Blair and his 10 years of ‘let’s let in 2 billion immigrants a month’ aspiration, every major city in the country is like a United Nations photoshoot.

I hate this government for a whole raft of irredeemably damaging measures that have inflicted upon this country.  For the most part they don’t directly affect me.  I detest devolution and the appeasement of terrorism in Ulster.  However, as I do not live in a devolved region of the UK, the day-to-day politics matter little in practical terms.  I detest the saturation of our public services with taxpayers’ money.  Again, as I use the NHS once in years (and my schooldays are long behind me), I seldom notice the inefficient consequences of either sector.  There are speed cameras on every road, but I have only been captured (emphasis on the word ‘captured’) once in the eight years these money-grabbing yellow monstrosities have littered our pavements.

All-in-all several of the most appalling phenomena to be associated with this government have a negligible effect on my everyday life.  Immigration is different.  Everytime I venture to nearby cities (which is frequently) I am confronted with the damaging consequences of unending immigration and minority cultural and religious appeasement: the multi-lingual signs on public buildings; the pathetically slow service by eastern Europeans and Africans in seemingly every store; the intransigent Pakis in contemptible facial veils and salwar kameez; shelves of newspapers in different languages in the average city centre newsagent; mosques in every bloody street .  And my word THAT makes me angry.  THAT makes me seething. The indigeneity of my country is demographically dying before my eyes (thanks more to Blair than any other PM in history) and I cannot do anything about it!

Of course this government wants more than anything else to silence the likes of me who speak out against the grain on the unadulterated disaster that their mass immigration desires have caused.  They remind me of the old Isaiah Berlin quote:

‘The first people totalitarians destroy or silence are men of ideas and free minds.’

That’s why you can’t say anything at work or in the public domain about this demographic strangulation.  You have a liberal consensus dominating the agenda that cries ‘racism’ each time you dare to venture an opinion.  Well folks, MY opinion is that, for immigration alone, Blair and his Cabinet should stand trial for treason.  For he has encouraged and presided over the destruction of Britain as it was.  And for that he should get neither money nor patronage.

THAT BLAIR RESIGNATION…

By ATWadmin On May 10th, 2007 at 8:50 am

It’s been trailed ALL over the media that UK PM Tony Blair will announce he is standing down as Labour leader today after a decade in Downing Street, paving the way for Gordon Brown to succeed him as British Prime Minister. Blair will first tell Cabinet colleagues of his intentions at their regular 9am Thursday meeting at No 10, then travel to his Sedgefield, Co Durham, constituency to make a public pronouncement.

He then will spend the next six weeks travelling around the world, at our expense naturally, a la Clinton, telling us how he was just "a regular kinda guy" who just wanted to save the world. What a grotesquerie! He has spent ten years wrecking this country in SO many ways that there is not enough time here to detail them all. His only decent judgement was to support the US in the war on terror, but even then, his Party didn’t want to do that, and so ironically – and despite the spin you are about to witness – he will be damned the most for doing that which was right, whilst he will be hailed the most for doing that which was wrong (Putting IRA terrorists into government, destroying our border policy, running down our armed forces, cynically corrupting our democracy, overseeing a vast increase in the State, reducing our liberties, taxing us more than ever….)

C-C-C-CHANGES….

By ATWadmin On May 10th, 2007 at 8:06 am

PaisleyMcGuinEPA_468x278.jpgYou have to laugh!

Here’s Ian Paisley speaking yesterday..

"I have not changed my Unionism, the union of Northern Ireland within the United Kingdom, which I believe is today stronger than ever.”

Really?

The IRA now sit in government.  Dr Paisley opposed that for ten years. No change?

North-South bodies, designed as engines of de facto Irish unification, accepted and endorsed. Dr Paisley opposed these for ten years. No change?

An Executive and Assembly no different to that which David Trimble was castigated by Dr Paisley for endorsing now warmly embraced. 

The claim by Dr Paisley that he has not changed his unionism is untenable. He has changed and I think that most people see this. Perhaps some think it is a change for the better, but change there has been. So when Dr Paisley denies this self-evident truth, it shows very poor political judgement.

The question is; if the DUP can be so deluded on this, what else can they be deluded about? How about the claims that …. (holds sides from splitting with laughter)…."we have secured the Union"  LOL. 

A NEW FLOOD…..

By ATWadmin On May 10th, 2007 at 7:51 am

It’s interesting to observe that the number of immigrants from Eastern Europe has risen by a quarter since Romania and Bulgaria joined the EU. The first count taken since the beginning of the year shows there were around 50,000 arrivals each month from the two new members. The count, at ports and airports, suggests that warnings of a new flood of immigrants could be coming true. Of course this count may be far from statistically accurate and the actual number may be much higher. Since there is no time restriction on them to stay in the UK other than a theoretical requirement to apply for permits if they want to work, these Romanians and Bulgarians can do as they wish.

In first three months of 2006 the number of visitors from Eastern Europe – the eight countries including Poland that came into the EU in April 2004 – was 540,000. But in the first three months of this year, after Romania and Bulgaria joined, the number rose to 680,000, an increase of 25 per cent.  No borders, no control over who comes into our country- just part of the Blair legacy the media WON’T be talking about in the next six weeks!

Oirish Hypocrisy

By ATWadmin On May 10th, 2007 at 6:48 am

I know the title could encompass a list of events to fill an entire library.  I am talking specifically about the decision by an Irish court to allow a teenage girl to travel to Britain for an abortion.  The 17-year old, who is more than a third of the way through her pregnancy, has been told her baby is so badly brain damaged it could not survive more than a couple of days outside the womb.

Normally I am bitterly opposed to abortion.  In this case I am prepared to make an exception.  It would be tragic for a mother to go through nine months of bonding only to lose a child so soon after birth (though what a girl of such a young age is doing getting pregnant in the first place, the Lord alone knows!).  However, what this case highlights is the utterly unacceptable hypocrisy of the Irish State and its stance on abortion.  It is illegal to conduct an abortion in the Irish Republic except where the life of the mother is in danger.  Taken in isolation that stance is admirable and I hope it doesn’t change.  Nevertheless the legal bodies of that same State are allowing the problem to be exported as thousands of Irish girls come to……..yes, you’ve guessed it………..‘wicked Perfidious Albion’ to terminate their pregnancies.  Killing Irish babies on British soil!!  Still, it makes a change for Irish terrorists killing British people on British soil.

What the laws of the Irish State should be saying to its citizens who desire an abortion is: ‘Abortion is illegal in this country.  As a citizen who lives in this country you are subject to the spirit and letter of its laws.  If you have a termination abroad you will be arrested and charged upon return to the Irish Republic’.  It should not be declaring that abortion is OK once the ferry passes Ireland’s Eye.  For the Irish abortion is a bit like Provo terrorism – out of State, out of mind.  It’s simply not good enough.