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By ATWadmin On January 15th, 2007 at 9:07 pm

Having watched the substance in the Channel 4 Dispatches documentary, I do not think that it would be wrong of me to state that just about everything derogatory ever written or forecast about this disgraceful religion is both true and completely justified! Using the substance of the words spoken by some of these imported fanatics as proof, a court could, in my admittedly amateur view of British jurisprudence, get the whole lot placed firmly in the slammer for a very long time!

Unfortunately, the views and words of these clowns will be brushed aside by the ‘Establishment’, who are only too keen to appease, to placate and to conciliate our enemies, and to assuage the righteous indignation of people who have seen and heard every basic law which this country possesses denigrated and rubbished!


I say, it’s about time a few of this scum were shown the door, which is situated at Dover!




By ATWadmin On January 15th, 2007 at 4:57 pm

Just a couple of quick points.

1. There is a very interesting programme on Channel 4 tonight "Dispatches" which goes undercover to reveal what is preached within moderate Mosques in the UK. Might be worth catching.

2. It’s my birthday today – 21 again! – and I am absolutely dosed with the cold! (I blame global warming myself) I have not been at work today I was feeling so lousy. If this keyboard was like my voice, it would be croaking!! Anyway, I’m being treated to a birthday tea at home with my family and I will be relaxing this evening. Blogging service from moi will resume tomorrow! Happy arguments!

The French Connection?

By ATWadmin On January 15th, 2007 at 2:37 pm

Gordon Blue!  Can you imagine it?  The French and British governments were contemplating a union between the two countries during the 1950s.  Secret papers from the National Archives reveal that the French approaced Britain with the idea and even suggested that HM Queen Elizabeth II should become the French head of state.

I have mixed feelings on that.  Whilst I adore Paris and find the French Riviera positively buzzing, I have scant time for the rest of the country as it has nothing that cannot be bettered by its neighbours.  Anyone who has spent February in Dinard will tell you holidaying in northern France outside of the season is a nightmare.  That said, what would have been the pros and cons of a merger between these two world powers?  Let’s have a good cross-section of both.  Over to you.

On This Day…15.01.07

By ATWadmin On January 15th, 2007 at 2:32 pm

1759 – The British Museum opens in London.

1970 – Muammar Ghadaffi becomes leader of Libya after a proclamation by the country’s General Congress.  He had been instrumental in deposing King Idris in 1969.

1974 – The first episode of Happy Days in broadcast on US television.

1984 – After losing his seat at the 1983 British General Election, Tony Benn wins Labour’s nomination for the Chesterfield by-election. Benn subsequently won the by-election and retained his seat until he retired from the House of Commons in 2001.

1994 – Death of American singer Harry Nilsson, whose hits include Everybody’s Talkin’ from the film Midnight Cowboy.

1997 – Princess Diana is criticised for becoming embroiled in international politics by calling for a ban on the production and sale of landmines during her four-day visit to Angola.

islam in ireland

By ATWadmin On January 15th, 2007 at 2:27 pm

‘Imam Shaheed Satardien is taking a stand against those Muslims in Ireland whom he claims are too sympathetic to Osama bin Laden and the cult of the suicide bomber. At Friday prayers in the sports hall in north-west Dublin, the South African-born former anti-apartheid activist warns his multinational congregation against blaming other religions and the West in general for all Muslims’ ills’.

Cast out by the majority Islamic community in Dublin for his outspokenness, the 50-year-old preacher says he has received death threats. ‘I am standing firm in my beliefs,’ Satardien says. ‘The truth is more important than being popular or living a quiet life. Extremism has infected Islam in Ireland. It’s time to get back to the spiritual aspect of my religion and stop it being used as a political weapon.’

via the Observer – c/o Harry’s Place. 

Why are moderate voices struggling to be heard? Outside of the media fascination with quoting nutjobs, if extremism is the minority creed amongst the devout then why does a majority expel a moderate voice and issue him with death threats?
‘The imam preaches the same kind of tolerant Islam that my family grew up with back in Bosnia. He is a moderate voice against the extremists. I also like him because he preaches in English, which is the language I have grown up speaking since I came to Ireland at the age of eight’ .


By ATWadmin On January 15th, 2007 at 1:15 pm

I see that the six men accused of planning "murderous suicide bombings" on public transport in London on 21 July 2005 have gone on trial today. The prosecution alleges they were involved in an "extremist Muslim plot" targeting the capital – 14 days after the "carnage" of the 7 July bombings.

The prosecutor told how six bombs were made using a mix of liquid hydrogen peroxide, CHAPATI FLOUR, acetone and acid. Each bomb was placed in a large plastic container and screws, tacks, washers or nuts, were taped to the outside to "maximise the possibility of injury. How charming.

Interestingly, the Prosecution alleges that one of the alleged bombers trained for jihad in the Sudan in 2003 (What, BEFORE we had gone into Iraq?) and had also travelled to Pakistan the following year "to take part in jihad or to train for it". That would be Pakistan – our ally in the war on terror???

Also, another one of the defendants, Yassin Omar, is alleged to have fled London after the attempted bombings disguised as a woman wearing a burka!

I guess these burqa’s have to have some utility……


By ATWadmin On January 15th, 2007 at 1:02 pm

red cross.jpgDid you spot that the the world’s best-known humanitarian organisation, the Red Cross, has adopted a new emblem? The Red Crystal joins the Red Cross and the Red Crescent as the protective sign for relief workers recognised under the Geneva Convention. For years Israel demanded recognition under the convention for the red Star of David, the emblem used by its relief society, but Arab states refused. The Red Crystal offers a "neutral emblem" to any country which objects to the cross or the crescent on religious grounds. I have to say that upon reflection I see this as a cop-out by the Red Cross. I also fail to see why the Red Crescent is permitted by the Red Star of David is prohibited. Arab intolerance, indulged by the far from neutral Red Cross, I’m afraid.

My thanks to the eagle-eyed ATW for the story!


By ATWadmin On January 15th, 2007 at 12:01 pm

Lynda Gilby – the “larger than life” columnist with the Sunday Life, provided the most surreal headline of the week-end with her tribute to David Ervine entitled…”A TRUE DEMOCRAT.” Readers will know that Mr Ervine was a member of the outlawed anti-democratic UVF.

I have said all I want about David Ervine, the Party that he led the PUP, and the hideous UVF, so let me instead turn my attention to those media apologists for elevating terror into Government – the peace processors within the local MSM, including Ms Gilby. These people have become long-term useful fools for Government policy. They show little independent of thought, swallowing every ludicrous lie Government pushes their way. They willingly embrace the repulsive notion that there are “good” and “bad” terrorists. They gladly accept the notion that buying peace at the price of prostituting democracy is a fair enough deal. They ruthlessly portray those of us who point out the moral depravity of the “peace process” as the enemies of peace. They twist all reason beyond the point of credulity. They are hypocritical media trash, whose only function is to act as poodles for a policy of appeasement of terrorists. In my mind, they give journalism a bad name.


By ATWadmin On January 15th, 2007 at 10:32 am

Did you read that dhimmified waffle from one of Gordon Brown’s most trusted associates, Ed Balls?

Here is his plan (and one can therefore safely asssume Brown’s plan) for how we must deal with militant Islam.

"In the same way you can’t fight against Islamic extremism simply by security. We have got to win the battle of hearts and minds and persuade people in communities in Britain and around the world that values of fairness, stability and opportunity and turning away from extremism is the way to go."

BOOM! Next time the Jihadists detonate and more innocent lives are lost, just think; it must be OUR fault because we haven’t won enough Muslim Hearts and Minds!

Islam has figured out the sickening inability of our political elite to even ADMIT that a significant section  of unassimilated Islam is at war with us. They want to kill us, as the events of 7/7 in London demonstrated. We want to "understand" them.

Here we witness a close adviser to the next UK PM denying the obvious – namely the failure of ISLAM to exist peacefully in a democratic society – and instead attributing blame to our own values. Balls is living up to his name by talking it. 


By ATWadmin On January 15th, 2007 at 10:14 am

condi mahmoud.jpgCondi and the gang just don’t get it. Pandering to Holocaust-denying Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas – the successor to Terror Godfather Yasser Arafat – in the hope that this will somehow set back the advance of the Jihadists in Hamas – is pure unreconstructed FOLLY.  The idea that there are “good” terrorists e.g. Abbas’s Al Aqsa Brigade and “bad terrorists”  – Hamas, is morally bankrupt.  ALL terrorists are evil and deserve to be wiped off the face of the Earth. The Arabists at US State continue to undermine the moral credentials of the USA, and worse than that, offer encouragement to the thugs in both Fatah AND Hamas.