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By ATWadmin On December 1st, 2006 at 11:46 am

This is good…my thanks to the ATW regular who sent me it!Harassment.

In the year 2006, the Lord came unto Noah, who was now living in England and
said, "Once again, the earth has become wicked and over-populated, and I see the
end of all flesh before me.

Build another Ark and save 2 of every living thing along with a few good

He gave Noah the CAD drawings, saying, "You have 6 months to build the Ark
before I will start the unending rain for 40 days and 40 nights."

Six months later, the Lord looked down and saw Noah weeping in his yard but no

"Noah!" He roared, "I’m about to start the rain! Where is the Ark?"

"Forgive me, Lord," begged Noah, "but things have changed. I needed Building
Regulations Approval. I’ve been arguing with the Fire Brigade about the need for
a sprinkler system. My neighbours claim that I should have obtained planning
permission for building the Ark in my garden because it is development of the
site even though in my view it is a temporary structure. We had to go to appeal
to the Secretary of State for a decision.

Then the Department of Transport demanded a bond be posted for the future costs
of moving power lines and other overhead obstructions, to clear the passage for
the Ark’s move to the sea. I told them that the sea would be coming to us, but
they would hear nothing of it.

Getting the wood was another problem. All the decent trees have Tree
Preservation Orders on them and we live in a Site of Special Scientific Interest
set up in order to protect the spotted owl. I tried to convince the
environmentalists that I needed the wood to save the owls – but no go!

When I started gathering the animals, the RSPCA sued me. They insisted that I
was confining wild animals against their will. They argued the accommodation was
too restrictive, and it was cruel and inhumane to put so many animals in a
confined space.

Then the County Council, the Environment Agency and the Rivers Authority ruled
that I couldn’t build the Ark until they’d conducted an environmental impact
study on your proposed flood.

I’m still trying to resolve a complaint with the Equal Opportunities Commission
on how many BMEs I’m supposed to hire for my building team.

The trades unions say I can’t use my sons. They insist I have to hire onfiltered
workers with Ark-building experience.

To make matters worse, Customs and Excise seized all my assets, claiming I’m
trying to leave the country illegally with endangered species.

So, forgive me, Lord, but it would take at least 10 years for me to finish this

Suddenly the skies cleared, the sun began to shine, and a rainbow
stretched across the sky. Noah looked up in wonder and asked, "You mean you’re
not going to destroy the world?"

"No," said the Lord. "The government beat me to it."

Amen to that!


By ATWadmin On December 1st, 2006 at 11:29 am

Underneath the initial oddity of this story there lurks a more serious point. Basically, residents of the town of Katy near Houston are using pigs to deter local Islamists from building a Mosque in the locale. The local ROP representatives are determined to build their Mosque anyway, but local residents have a cunning plan

Craig Baker owns pigs. He’s the guy behind the second big yellow sign on Baker Road. That’s the one announcing Friday night pig races. "What does it matter, I can do whatever I want with my land right," asked landowner Craig Baker. Sure can. But aren’t pigs on the property line racing on a Friday night a little offensive to a Muslim neighbor?  "The meat of a pig is prohibited in the religion of Islam," said Katy Islamic Association member Youssof Allam. "It’s looked upon as a dirty creature." Yeah, there’s that and also that Friday night is a Muslim holy day. "That is definitely a slap in the face," said Allam..


Now before you go thinking Craig Baker is unfair, or full of hate, or somehow racist, hear him out. Baker has long roots here. His family named the road and when the new neighbors moved in, he tells us, they asked him to move out. "Basically that I should package up my family and my business and find a place elsewhere," said Baker. "That’s ridiculous, they just bought the place one week prior and he’s telling me I should think about leaving."


Don’t know about you, but I’m sure hoping Mr Baker can bring home the bacon on this one!


By ATWadmin On December 1st, 2006 at 11:13 am

question203.jpgDid anyone watch "Question Time" from Belfast last evening?


Naturally the BBC were keen to invite self-confessed IRA terrorist Martin McGuinness onto the panel so he could give stomach-churning lectures on "human rights" and "equality". He also kept reminding the UK audience that "he" represented the community that had been victimised and oppressed. Suffice to say none of the fellow panelists had the cajones to remind him that in reality what he represented was the scum that had spend decades murdering, maiming and terrorising anyone with whom they differed.

Next up, we had the truly nauseating Peter Hain. This man oozes insincerity through every pore of his being and his insufferable combination of patronising arrogance and pious self righteousness ensured he ran Fisherman McGuinness – his political soul-mate – a close second in the repulsiveness stakes.

Then we had Jeffrey Donaldson. He made a few good points, but seemed confused about the "gay rights" issue, and was rather bland on some topics. He spoke well on Iraq though.  

The Ulster Unionists obviously had no-one to put up – so Lord Trimble made a re-appearance from the political graveyard. He was pretty hopeless, full of "I told you so".

Mark Durkan takes the concept of inanity to a whole new level. His smirking self-satisfaction contrasts oddly with his Party’s rejection by the nationalist electorate at the polls.

The audience were very poor – but then I expect from Question Time. Quite a few familiar faces were present, with the local Political Parties having their plants in the audience.  It always depresses me the way NI editions of QT fail to rise above parochial concerns and properly address broader international issues with insight and wit. 


By ATWadmin On December 1st, 2006 at 9:26 am

Can’t say that I am surprised to read that Keith Ellison, the first member of the US Congress to be a Muslim, has made it clear he will take his oath of office on the Bible, but on the bible of Islam, the Koran. I agree with Dennis Prager that he should NOT be allowed to do so – because the very act Ellison contemplates undermines American civilization.

Consider this. What Ellison and his Muslim and leftist supporters are saying is that it is of no consequence what America holds as its holiest book; all that matters is what any individual holds to be his holiest book. This is indeed multiculti triumphalism and America should not permit it. Jews and Securalists have taken their oaths on the Bible, showing their respect to the American tradition. Of course Islam holds NO such respect and Ellison is merely a trojan horse from which the ROP can demonstrate that its will can prevail – even at the home of the Great Satan.  By bowing the knee to the Muslim supremacy Ellison represents, the US builds up even greater troubles for itself. There is no reason to make an exception for Keith Ellison – unless we are so scared of what the Religion of Peace might do were its first Congressman confronted rather than accommodated!


By ATWadmin On December 1st, 2006 at 8:48 am

Worried about traffic congestion?   RAISE TAXES.

Worried about Global Warming? RAISE TAXES.

Worried about meeting European water standards? RAISE TAXES

Worried about a failing National Health Service? RAISE TAXES.

When it comes to Big Government,  EVERY problem has the same solution. RAISE TAXES. That’s why politicians can be so very dangerous, and why small limited Government is so necessary.

If we continue to casually accept the pathetic excuses for punitive taxation offered up by the political class, then they will figure that they can steal our money with impunity. Better still, they will realise we have become a nation of SEDATED serfs, happily handing over our hard-earned cash in exchange for their empty promises, bread and reality-TV circuses.


By ATWadmin On November 30th, 2006 at 6:56 pm

It’s here.  It’s real.  And it’s operating in our country.  An investigation by the Daily Express has revealed that secret courts meting out Islamic sharia law are now fully functional in the United Kingdom.  According to the report, it first emerged that Muslims (who else!?) were operating their own judicial customs; with legal experts blaming this Labour government (again, who else!?) for effectively turning a blind eye to the establishment of these mediaeval forms of punishment.

A Somalian (what the bloody hell are they doing here!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!?  Oh I forgot, they are ‘enriching the British ethnic tapestry with their skills and contribution to the economy’.  So sayeth the book of Leftist Pro-immigration Propaganda for Beginners) youth worker gives an account of just such a sharia trial which took place in Woolwich, south east London.  The form of hearing coupled with the recompense was, according to this come-over, more in line with standards of legal practice in full swing on Africa’s horn.  He concludes his witness statement by saying:

‘Somalis, wherever we live in the world, have our own law.’

My goodness, aren’t these Somalis a real boon to our society?  When they are not murdering police officers outside Bradford travel agencies they are engaging in a bit of Muslim-heavy justice in suburbia beside the Thames.  What is more, they do so with the apparent acknowledgement of our weak and spineless authorities who long ago foresook the principles which underpin societal and constitutional stability by pandering to elements who most hate this country and what it stands for.

A remedy should centre on absolute zero tolerance (the American version, not this pusillanimous garbage we have here, which insults the very concept) of sharia law, and indeed other forms of Muslim defiance in our country.  We do not have a perfect system – far from it.  What we do have is a system everybody had to accept – begrudgingly or otherwise.  Heavy penalties need to be enforced for anyone practising sharia law here.  Will those with power have the sense to use it?


By ATWadmin On November 30th, 2006 at 6:47 pm

We all know that the Fatah movement are the "voices of moderation" in Palestine society. How do we know this? Well, voices ranging from Blair, to Rice, to Bush, to the EU and even the UN. Hamas have a bit of an image problem with their open declaration of genocide against the Jewish State, but Fatah are the saner more reasoned people. 

So, Fatah really are MODERATE. Got that?

Now let’s reflect on the words of  the Secretary of Fatah in Gaza, Ahmed Hales Abu Maher, who has charmingly expressed pride on Palestinian TV that the Fatah "gives daily examples" that the world has "imitated," from the participation of children in combat to the widespread use of suicide terror, all of which started with the Fatah-PLO. The following is the statement on PA TV: Ahmed Hales Abu Maher, Secretary of Fatah in Gaza

“Oh warrior brothers, this is a nation that will never be broken, it is a revolution that will never be defeated. This is a nation that gives an example every day that is imitated across the world. We gave the world the children of the RPG [Rocket Propelled Grenades], we gave the world the children stone [-throwers], and we gave the world the male and female Martyrdom-Seekers [suicide bombers)


Give these people a State?

end of the woad

By ATWadmin On November 30th, 2006 at 5:32 pm

“Look at Britain today and you see a blighted land, its atomised culture diluted by outside influences, its people resentful and divided. But who would blame a whipped dog for howling? The fact is, these islands are suffering from a collective trauma, harboured for two millennia.

The Roman invasion of Britain left an open wound that cries out to be healed. Our Latin conquerors benefited enormously from enslaving us, and that has got to be put right. Italy’s government must apologise and make reparations”

The First Post has put its grievances to the Italian Embassy

 ‘and asked what its government intends by way of compensation. In a pattern established over 1,500 years ago, they have not deigned to reply. Well, we warn them now: we are reaching the end of the woad’. .(..hat tip Harrys Place)

If only! And to add to this comedy I gather that in a debate on somesuch issues on equality in the Commons today an MP suggested Blair apologise to all women for what Henry VIII did to his wives. It was on the BBC earlier but I cant find the link. With that double whammy on the compensation front I would finally have made it out of the clutches of a landlord and onto the property ladder. Oh well…. Back to the ‘rollover’. *Sigh*

“Study the screen, then select your desired seat!”

By ATWadmin On November 30th, 2006 at 5:02 pm

So the big day arrives, you’ve done all the packing, got the neighbours to look after the cat and the post, cancelled the papers and got all the passports, visas and clear plastic bags so you can take 16 * 100mL bottles of make-up and sun-tan lotion for the kids and the wife; checked the flight times and the tickets, in other words, got ready for your aircraft ride to your holiday destination!

You arrive a little later than just about everyone else and miss being able to choose your seating, so the two kids are with your wife a row back, and you are seated in the middle seat, next to a gorgeous blonde in the aisle seat, and a nine year-old girl seated next to the window; but you are happy! The family is close behind you, the cabin doors are being closed, and the safety lectures are about to start!

But what is this? You are approached by cabin staff, treated as a potential child abuser, given no chance at a defence, vilified in public in full sight of an aircraft full of your fellow travellers, and shamed in front of your wife and children! But you are completely innocent! You just can’t Prove it!!


This is what is happening in terms of the latest ruling secretly adopted by, amongst others British Airways, Air New Zealand and Quantas, because they are petrified that if a male is allowed to sit NEXT to an unaccompanied child, he will immediately attempt to sexually abuse the said child! For example, in 2005, a male passenger was forced to change seats when a Qantas steward informed him that only women could next to unaccompanied children. When he registered a complaint, a Qantas spokesperson replied that the airline intended "to err on the side of caution" by continuing to act as though all men were dangerous.

More recently and in the UK, Boris Johnson—a Member of Parliament—was asked to move from his seat by a BA stewardess. She retreated when he explained that the adjacent children were his own progeny. Johnson memorialized the experience in an article entitled "Come off it, folks: how many paedophiles can there be?"

So if you’re asked to move, because there’s a kid within spitting distance, make sure you get an upgrade, and then sue the pants off the bastards on principle!



By ATWadmin On November 30th, 2006 at 2:04 pm

‘Good to see you Hassan. I’m doing some interviews about Rushdie’, I said. ‘What are you doing in this God-forsaken place?’…..‘ Trying to make it less God forsaken’, said Hassan. ‘I’ve been up here a few months, helping in the campaign to silence the blasphemer….’

Bradford 1988

An extract from a piece on multi cuturalism by Kenan Malik.

The Mayor of London is determined to undermine Trevor Philips in the ongoing race debate by insisting on resurrecting the now defunct policy of multi culturalism at the exclusion of all other discussion. To undermine his argument Livingstone insists in condemning Phillips as a ‘racist’, ‘so far right’ he is akin to the BNP and has now boycotted a debate spearheaded by the head of the Commission for Racial Equality.

A few of Kenan’s observations in this piece, to me, highlight the failure of the policy itself and endorse the relevancy of a fresh debate:

  • The Rushdie affair was a turning point in the relationship between British society and its Muslim communities. It was the moment that Islamic militancy announced itself as a major political issue
  • In the aftermath of Rushdie…as important as challenging racism was tackling this ‘politics of difference’.
  • ‘You have to treat people differently to treat them equally’, Lee Jasper, race adviser to London Mayor Ken Livingstone told me when I interviewed him for a Channel 4 documentary. Or as Labour MP Keith Vaz has put it, ‘Britishness cannot be imposed on people of different races, cultures and religions.’ (a policy they are now dropping)
  • Bradford’s 12-point race relations plan declared that every section of the ‘multiracial, multicultural city’ had ‘an equal right to maintain its own identity, culture, language, religion and customs’. Racism now meant not simply the denial of equal rights but the denial of the right to be different.
  • As different groups began asserting their particular identities ever more fiercely, so the shift from the political to the cultural arena helped to create a more tribal city (referring to Bradford)

"If we want to change Britain then all of Britain must be part of the debate and part of the solution" – Trevor Phillips

I completely agree that we as a society need to wake up to what Malik termed the fragmenting character of pluralism and as Phillips is attempting to do – reassert common values. Ken Livingstone is utterly wrong to boycott the debate even with such messy shock topics on the agenda as: ‘Was Enoch Powell right?’. His insistence that controversial topics can’t be debated and must simply be decried as ‘racist’ simply leaves those topics as the exclusive preserve of the BNP. Helpful?