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7/7 inquiry

By ATWadmin On May 2nd, 2007 at 3:03 pm

Rachel from North London is asking people to sign this. Id like to ask – Why do we need one? Who else are we to apportion blame to unless it helps railroad the questions about the ‘success’ of Britains multi-cultural ‘experiment’ now ditched even by Labour? We can’t measure our Securitys failures as we arent privvy to the sort of information they hold, and we cant be privvy to the information they hold unless they release what makes them successful and gives them an advantage in this case. Why do we need to lay blame at the feet of those seeking to protect us when they are in an unprecedented and vital situation, rather than openly discuss the issues that matter and which could be tackled? This latest case was a success. It avoided destruction and death. There will however possibly be as many east London fiascos as there will be these successes. A sobering thought and one which we need to get used to. But that just proves HOW unprecedented this is – why heap more pressure on the people saving lives? Our MSM did us a favour. Did the Undercover Mosques programme not reveal enough? What is being done about it? How do we get rid of this Saudi firebrand influence. Why is there this self loathing in the UK that weakens people to this influence? How do we refocus and feel some pride in who we are? Is there any sense to setting up a government petition to ask that this programmes findings be investigated and the results reported back to the public? It is a cultish gang & thug-like form of Islam (impo) that is taking root as the ‘norm’ and allowed to do so. This is what should be challenged – rather than the people in our security services saving lives.

Sharia in the UK? – What else is new?

By ATWadmin On May 2nd, 2007 at 1:19 pm


After Dee’s post on Sharia, a few thoughts on our way and their way…

Following my earlier post on the ‘terrorist police’ protest, a commentator wrote "It makes me angry that it doesn’t tic with most people. It’s all so commonplace anymore. Muslims protest, riot, burn cars, scream racism/islamophobia, throw stones, and sue people on a regular basis to, damnit, get their way!!!

Normal citizens have learned to keep their opinions to themselves for fear of being labeled something nasty. Name calling IS worse than sticks and stones anymore. We’ve been PC’ed into craven cowardice and normalized into acceptance of special interest, anti-societal behaviour by a group of protected minorities. What else is new these days?"

Which is pretty much the crux of it. The moslems jump up and down with full measure of ‘sound and fury’, and then by and large get what they want. This is bad on two main points. Firstly, because what moslems want of Western Society (whatever that is, but more on that another time) is generally bad for Western Society and its citizens, and Secondly because it teaches those of us watching events with disbelief one very important lesson. That the only way to get politicians and those in positions of power to listen to you is to threaten or commit acts of violence.

If I’ve read my colleagues’ posts here correctly, members of old IRA-type organisations are now to be in power. We know also that our own politicians’ behaviour during the Cartoon Jihad was truly despicable, especially in praising those magazines that didn’t dare print the cartoons for their ‘sensitivity’ (it is, of course, entirely beside the point that any magazine which wanted to do so knew what was later proved by police statement, that the safety of magazines and staff ‘could not be guaranteed’ by police), that our politicians believe mohometanism to be a ‘religion of peace‘, that you can essentially get away with incitement to violence and murder if you’re the right colour and creed.

 What else is new?

In the light of this weariness of jihad, the desire for sharia law in Britain described here, and the implementation of sharia law in Britain described here, are perhaps not so surprising. A blogger from Wales posting as the Green Arrow recently posted an article showing one of the fruits of that religion of peace from, I believe, Indonesia. The picture and story, though, happened over a year ago now, so of course someone had to go and make the comment of ‘This happened a year ago, why post it now? What about Iraq?!’ I hope to get a fuller post from Green Arrow for publication later, but this in itself helps illustrate, I think, the ennui which will certainly be our downfall if we do not arise from it.

Over on Little Green Footballs a while back, a comment was made by one of their commentators that there needs to be, globally, a reaction against this. The idea being that we need to collectively say ‘I’m mad as hell, and I’m not gonna take it anymore!’. A great idea in theory, but how could it ever be put into practice under our current conditions? Could it ever happen?

Today an ‘extreme, unrepresentative minority’ carries out an act of violence in the Indonesia, or the Phillipines. Tomorrow in Germany, or France, and it’ll be ‘persons of middle-eastern appearance’. The day after that, in the US, or the UK. The Tubes were bombed, the twin towers fell, and meanwhile sharia to ‘seeps in under our own front doors’ in the form of burkha-babes bustling behind male agitators protesting against imagined witch-hunting of moslems. About this, no-one really seems to care. About halal banking in the UK, no-one seems to care. About the increasing islamisation of our own nation and those of our European neighbours, no-one seems to care. At least, not enough to recognise the enemy and agitate for measures against him. On the day of the London bombings, the Evening Standard (major London daily tabloid) ran a splash front-page reading ‘LONDON STANDS UNITED’. It was false then, and it is false now. London, England, all of the West, is under an ungoing invasion by, not an ‘alternative culture’ (a term laden with relativism from the first) but an ideology hell-bent on the subverting and destroying all we hold dear in Western Society. No-one seems to care.

Meanwhile, in the ‘real world’, change the channel. Turn up the music. Which celebrity is divorcing which and what’s the latest score?

What else is new? 

Sharia Law’s brutal punishments

By ATWadmin On May 2nd, 2007 at 12:39 pm

Woman being prepared for stoning in the Middle East In stone-age Northern Iraq, just a fortnight ago, a rabble of cursing, violent men bursts into a house and drags out a terrified Kurdish 17-year-old girl. Her screams and pleas for mercy fill the air which only fuels on the frenzy of the crowd. They tie her hands behind her back and bury her up to her chest in a crude pit dug in the ground outside the village limits. Her heart beating frantically, her screams turn into sobbing as she realizes that there will be no mercy today.
Around her in the crowd, she sees relatives amongst the twisted faces. Uncle Ahmed who used to bring her sweets. Surely he’ll help her. She calls to him. He bends to select the rocks with the other men.
The instructions for a stoning are very specific; the rocks must not be so small as not to cause damage but not so big as to kill too quickly. The men find the most jagged rocks they can and the first ones pound her face, breasts and shoulders. Her cries die out as the first blood and spittle spray from the girl’s upper body. Her agony lasts for 30 minutes.
This is the punishment inflicted on a young Kurdish girl, a non-Muslim this month for being away from home for the night with her boyfriend, a Muslim. She had originally been given shelter in the home of a Yezidi tribal leader. His home was stormed to seize the victim and carry out this inhuman punishment. Believing that the girl, a Yezedi had been murdered by her family for converting to Islam to please her boyfriend, the enraged Muslims then stormed the Yezedi community to take revenge. I quote:

This stoning, incidently, led to the massacre of 23 Yezedis by Muslims who believed Du’a was murdered for converting to Islam.

I could not watch the video but I have fleshed out the story from research I’ve done on other eye-witness reports of stonings in the Middle East. The video clip of an eye-witness of this particular stoning and further details can be found here
It’s unknown how many women are being stoned in the Middle East. This site believes that there are several in Iran waiting for stoning to be carried out now, while this site gives further details of more stonings and some other gruesome death sentences being carried out.
It’s time that this barbaric culture puts an end to stoning, hanging, amputation, flogging and all other barbaric tortures being carried out in the name of Sharia Law. And while this goes on across the planet, Sharia Law seeps in under our own front doors!

Prisoner of Ireland

By ATWadmin On May 2nd, 2007 at 12:09 pm

This is outrageous:

The High Court in Dublin is to hear a legal action on behalf of a pregnant 17-year-old girl, prevented from travelling to Britain for an abortion. The case, to be heard on Thursday, is a landmark challenge to the Republic of Ireland’s strict laws against abortion.

The girl is four months pregnant, but sought an abortion after learning her child wouldn’t survive after birth. She is in the care of the Republic’s health service which issued an order preventing her going to Britain.

The Irish health service needs to introduce mental health checks for its employees. Whoever made the decision to detain this girl, to prevent her from travelling to the UK to do what is perfectly legal here, deserves the sack. Whoever thought it a good idea to give the Irish health service the despotic power to prevent free-born people from travelling out of Ireland deserves a horsewhipping. I’ve stated my opinion on abortion here previously and don’t intend to go around that particular mulberry bush again. For the record, I oppose it with very few exceptions. But for this girl to be prevented from travelling is monstrous. She has committed no crime and intends to commit no crime in the UK.

Right now she is, de facto, a political prisoner. Her intentions displease those who have presumed power over her so she has been deprived of her liberty. The case is to be resolved on Thursday. If she is not freed immediately it will be to Ireland’s shame and disgrace.

oz msm in love with that mufti

By ATWadmin On May 2nd, 2007 at 9:55 am

‘The Mufti We Love to Hate’. Pictures of that smiling Mufti in his kitchen, who whilst cooking dinner and polishing his new softer image with an all too willing MSM, still cant help questioning the Holocaust. He really is a nice guy after all apparently. And better yet ‘in elements of Lebanese Australian society, support for Hilaly remains strong’. "Wry, charismatic and otherworldly, Hilaly has managed to mould himself into a symbol of resistance to the more materialistic elements in Australian culture, a stand that apparently appeals to many who follow Islam here". This is the mufti who thinks gang-rapists get too a high a sentence and made the unveiled-women-uncovered-meat comments last year.

New Labour – New Banana Republic

By ATWadmin On May 2nd, 2007 at 8:32 am

ballot_box_seals.jpgSO in 2004 the government proposes postal voting for local elections. Two-Jags Prescott ignores widespread criticism and imposes the system on two-thirds of the English electorate. He then predicts an increased turnout. Six Labour councillors are banned after vote rigging in Birmingham, resulting in by-elections. An audit and new checks in those same wards now result in 20,000 names dropping off the registar for postal votes. That’s an 80% fall. Two-Jags clearly had his increased turnout!

There is surely no aspect of civil society which this filthy New Labour bunch hasn’t debased and corrupted.

Wake Up And Smell The Dictator

By ATWadmin On May 2nd, 2007 at 7:48 am

Sorry to bring the gushing flow of plautitudes to a halt with some hard facts. But I’m afraid that those at ATW who have fallen into the trap of thinking that simply because that nice Mr Sarkozy occasionally doesnt bend over for the Islamic Community and is a little bit less Left-wing than the Socialists he is some kind of great hope for France need a serious reality check.

What is the reality of old Nick? This is:

"Sarkozy said it would be "madness" to hold a new French referendum. He wants Europe to postpone the most controversial issues and adopt a new, simpler constitution through national parliaments by 2009.

Sarkozy said in the interview that he favored instituting a "modified unanimity" policy that would let member states defend their national interests, but not slow down decision-making by others."

A new, simpler constitution, without a referendum. Hmmm, could that be exactly the same as Sarkozy’s pal Tony wants to be foisted on Britain? And seriously, ‘Modified Unanimity’? What does that mean except ‘do what you want unless we say otherwise’ – exactly the same principle as the European Constitution established, that Member States are no longer free to pass Laws in any area if Brussels chooses to overrule them.

People say Blair is ‘sound’ on Islam just because he occasionally makes the right noises – well Sarkozy was Interior Minister in France for a considerable period of time and lifted not one finger to deal with the no-go Islamic banlieus during that time because it was not politically expedient to do so. And now he continues to make the same noises as Blair – and yet nothing is being done to stop the out-of-control Islamic elements in French society except throw yet more money at them.

The French have Hobson’s choice in a few days – both candidates are equally as bad as each other. One wants a new vote on the Constitution (or Dictator’s Charter as any sane person who’s actually read it would call the thing) despite the previous ‘Non’, the other no Referendum at all. One wants to talk about Islamic extremism but does nothing, the other makes it quite clear she is quite happy for it to continue.

I wouldnt wish a ‘choice’ like that on anyone. 


Animal Farm!

By ATWadmin On May 2nd, 2007 at 6:28 am

I see a farmer and councillor for the Provo party has been gored to death by one of his bulls.  Michael McAnespie, who himself sired more offspring than the average Aberdeen Angus, was killed on his farm in Co Tyrone.  It was ironic that a bull should be responsible for his demise given the amount of bullshit his ‘party’ talks from one day to the next.  As an IRA councillor in Omagh, I have no doubt McAnespie would have been one of those who refused to cooperate with the police to help with the capture of those responsible for the deaths of 29 innocent people back in August 1998, so you’ll forgive me if I don’t shed a tear at his passing. Two things occurred to me:

  1. At least if an animal is responsible for the demise of one of these cretins it will be shrouded from the petty legal spite of the European Court of Human Rights, unlike the SAS, who were criticised for their bravery in Gibraltar.
  2. As McAnespie was a member of the same movement responsible for the abduction, butchery and burial of Shergar, perhaps it was the animal kingdom getting its revenge.  Just a thought.

On This Day…02.05

By ATWadmin On May 2nd, 2007 at 6:23 am

1519 – Italian artist Leonardo da Vinci dies at the Chateau Cloux near Amboise.

1536 – Queen Anne Boleyn, wife of Henry VIII of England, is imprisoned in the Tower of London.

1933 – Although accounts of an aquatic beast living in Scotland’s Loch Ness date back 1,500 years, the modern legend of the Loch Ness Monster is born when a sighting makes local news on May 2, 1933. Several London newspapers sent correspondents to Scotland, and a circus offered a £20,000 reward for capture of the beast.

1968 – In Spain, General Franco orders the closing of the frontier between Spain and Gibraltar.

1969 – Britain’s latest cruise liner, the Queen Elizabeth II (QE2), one of the Cunard liners built for transatlantic service, sails on her maiden voyage from Southampton.

1989 – China imposes Martial Law as the government takes a firm stand against pro-democracy demonstrators in Tiananmen Square.

To Malta and Back!

By ATWadmin On May 2nd, 2007 at 5:40 am

It was a smashing little country.  A sort of trilateral combination of Arabic, Italian and, most definitely, British influence.  After hiring a car for the week (Malta has the cheapest car hire in Europe) we covered some 400 miles on an island less than twenty five miles wide.  There were many hightlights.  We visited the village of ‘Sweethaven’ on Anchor Bay, built specially for the Robin Williams movie ‘Popeye’.  There wasn’t a part of the archipelago we didn’t cover – from the capital Valletta to the remote (by Maltese standards as it is one of the top ten most overcrowded countries in the world) parts of Gozo.

However, I wanted to see something in Malta 99% of tourists would not be interested in, but for me – as a self-confessed shark fanatic – was a must.  A few years ago I read that a Maltese fisherman had landed a 23ft Great White Shark near the island of Filfla just off the south coast of Malta in April 1987.  If the measurement had been verified it would have made the creature the largest of its kind ever seen.  We went to the Maltese Museum of Natural History in Mdina and met the curator, Dr John Brolo, who had numerous papers and archived material on the fish.  He doubted whether the shark was the reported 23ft but was certainly convinced it was close to 20ft.  As you can see by the pictures, it was no tiddler.  Most tourists aren’t even aware great whites live in the Mediterranean, let alone ones of such a size.  Luckily we will not see such pictures in the future as Malta has joined a growing number of countries that have made this species protected by law.  After further searching, we finally met up with the fisherman himself, Alfredo Cutajar.  A conversation with him was fascinating and he also showed us a number of teeth he kept from the shark.  Truly a prize moment for any shark fan.

There was one dark moment to the holiday.  Any visitor to Malta cannot but be impressed by the number of churches and the commitment to the Christian faith shown by its people.  Teaching of Christianity (and ONLY Christianity) is compulsory in Maltese schools.  Sadly the cancer of Islam has found its way there.  In the town of Senglea, on the outskirts of Valletta, a monstrosity of a mosque overlooks the main road.  Next door is an Islamic school.  Apparently the Muslim population on the island (2% and growing) protested (how surprising!) at the law and decided to build their own school and make it exempt from the rules.  The rot has set in.  Let’s hope the Maltese people don’t allow it to spread.

Ending on a high note, Malta is a little gem.  A wealth of history, secluded coves, hospitable people and good nightlife.  Although now a republic for the last 33 years, its affection for all things British is palpable.  A visit to see the War Museum at Fort St Elmo in Valletta (where the film ‘Midnight Express’ was shot, incidentally) is essential to see the George Cross proudly on display.  Red phone and pillar boxes; busts of British Prime Ministers and Union Flags in public areas are all testimony to the ability of the Maltese to become independent without resorting to the obliteration of all symbols of its former ruler – a lesson in political maturity the Irish would do well the emulate.