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but with a whimper….

By Mike Cunningham On March 15th, 2012 at 12:09 pm

With all the Lib-Dem led Coalition Government’s pronouncements on Homosexual marriage, alongside all the other garbage promoted by the ‘sandal-clad weirdy-beardies’ who seem to inhabit the parallel universe of LIB-=DemLand, one would honestly believe that the world has been set to rights, and all is well in LaLa Land.

In the real world, however, things are speedily getting worse. The ritual slaughter gains momentum in Syria. The patient groans of a whole Nation Slave State leaking out across the 38th Parallel. The undefying spectacle of units of the Royal Navy moored alongside the United States Sixth Fleet giving backing to the Khalifa dictatorship in Bahrain.  The spread of Muslim fundamentalism across North Africa, as well as in fractured Nigeria. The cess-pit formerly known as Zimbabwe. The pot-stirring down around Argentina, where yet another would-be tin-pot rants about the unwillingness of some 3,000 Falklanders to accept that they aren’t British any more.

The list goes on, and what does our Government rant on about? The need to allow pairs of homosexuals or lesbians to call themselves ‘married’! And just to add to the gaiety (sorry for the pun), just try and imagine what the ceremony will be called when you get two members (sorry for the second time) of the thoroughly mixed-up bunch who revel in the sadly-titled ‘Transgender’ wishing to tie the knot?

Just as a matter of idle curiosity, how much of the hysteria generated in the past few weeks on the specific subject of homosexual ‘marriage’ has actually been generated by those of the homosexual persuasion? Not a great deal, in truth hardly any; as most homosexuals just wish to get on with their lives, and just don’t want anything to do with a political parade pushed by a set of hypocrites. And just again as a matter of idle curiosity, when did we ever see a parade of people who were claiming ‘not’ to be homosexual?



By David Vance On March 14th, 2012 at 8:58 am

Asda, owned by Walmart, seems to have a problem with products flying the Union Flag;

With the Diamond Jubilee and London Olympics fast approaching, many companies are proud to fly the British flag. Not Asda. The supermarket has complained to suppliers using the Union flag on their packaging – amid fears it might offend customers in Scotland and Northern Ireland. The chain said the decision to add the flag to products had been made by manufacturers without consulting the supermarket.

God forbid that small minded nationalists be offended. I suppose the other factor Asda MIGHT want to take into consideration is all those MILLIONS of patriotic British shoppers who may just feel that they would prefer to buy their groceries in a store that is proud to allow products on shelf to fly the flag?

Offensive? Asda has warned suppliers about sending products with Union Flag packaging to Scotland or Northern Ireland

Here’s an example of the sort of product that makes Nationalists weep, apparently, if spotted on shelf.

This is the year of Her Majesty’s Diamond Jubilee when the UK celebrates it. It is the year when the Olympics come to the UK to be staged in our Capital, London. Are nationalists REALLY so small minded or is it possible that Asda are being un-necessarily sensitive?

Opportunity: Asda's warning was met with confusion from manufacturers who believe the Diamond Jubilee and London 2012 provide a unique nationwide marketing opportunity for their products

The lying pillock

By Mike Cunningham On March 7th, 2012 at 5:40 pm

Philip Hammond states that the sacrifice of over four hundred of  the best of the best makes us safer because we are fighting Terrorism in Afghanistan, and not on the streets of Great Britain.

It is no wonder that the title and term ‘politician’ is named as being lower in esteem than any other listed occupation



A cross in one box only

By Mike Cunningham On March 3rd, 2012 at 7:44 pm

The blogsite is not one I visit very often, as it is more the natural haunt of those I would term the non-thinking amongst us, but as with many beaches, you find the occasional pearl in amongst the dross.

When one reads of outright intimidation, voter fraud, postal vote ‘farming’, fraud, personation and ballot fraud; one would expect a certain level of action on an official level. All we read as a result of the seemingly well-founded allegations of outright criminal behaviour is that one suspect ‘promised not to do it again’, and for the rest: Zilch!

The Tory Party seemed to be the natural haunt, at least in the ‘good old days’, for sexual shenanigans whilst in office, whereas the Labour Party seemed to coagulate under the ‘Electoral Sleaze’ spotlight, but with the emanation of the Muslim factor in local politics, it seems that they are adopting the old ‘Joe Stalin’ idea of one man, six votes, once!


By Mike Cunningham On March 1st, 2012 at 6:36 pm

In order of no particular importance, we, in this country have to worry about:-

  • The Economy
  • The huge National deficit
  • The fact that we do not really have a Parliament which rules our lives, as more and more is covered by Brussels & the E.U.
  • The Economy
  • The war in Afghanistan, costing us irreplaceable members of the Armed Forces, as well as large amounts of cash we do not have.
  • The fact that our so-called Government is enforcing just about all the crazy Legislation thought up by the ‘Labour retards’, such as ‘equality’, thought crimes, Climate change and all the rest of the garbage from the last thirteen years.
  • We cannot deport any terrorist from our shores because he might be ‘treated badly’ elsewhere.
  • Our shores are flooded with more and ever more migrants both legal and illegal, and we don’t do anything about it

And despite all of these really serious problems, what does one find on the front pages and web-pages of our largest daily newspaper?

The fact that the Prime Minister may have ridden some old ex-police horse which had been loaned to a senior executive of the now defunct News of the World!


I despair, I really do!

and what was the question?

By Mike Cunningham On February 11th, 2012 at 9:25 am

The Daily Mail celebrates its win over the libel case brought against it by Nat Rothschild in typical splashy style, but the Courts decision puts up more questions than answers.

ATW readers are invited to give their own headline of the Mail story featuring Peter Mandelson and all his ‘friends’, along with their ‘holiday’ activities.

Points will be awarded for the best ‘double-entendre’ submitted.

Statements of fact, such as the truth that Mandelson was twice ejected from the Cabinet for lies and really shady behaviour, will be noted but shall not form part of the judgement process.

Extra points will be given for the best interpretation of the word ‘friendly’, along with any explanation of how the noun ‘integrity’ found its way into this deeply sleazy scenario!

Closing time shall be 10.00 a.m. Sunday

Usual rules apply, with the exception that any attempt to make ‘Mandelson’ a verb will be allowed.

Cynical? Tories? How can you even think it?

By Mike Cunningham On October 10th, 2011 at 4:19 pm


Melanie says it right along the line.

We should support Vaccination; but against all these bloody British Political Parties; because of all the plagues, they are indeed the worst!



As you say, so shall you do?

By Mike Cunningham On October 3rd, 2011 at 10:50 am


At the time of the Westminster Expenses Farce, we, the public, were promised by one set of liars that, if we trusted them, the whole ‘Expenses’ sham would never happen again.

As can be seen by this; we have seen all their promises kept to the very word (Please note the heavy tone of sarcasm used was completely unavoidable!)


Jam today?

By Mike Cunningham On October 1st, 2011 at 8:34 am

In this dis-United Kingdom, our troubles are many and varied. We have a Tory Party in coalition with the limp lettuce heads of the Lib-Dems, which shows that the ‘compromise’ style of Government so beloved of those Liberals gets the worst of both worlds as a result. We see massive, truly massive. increases in our fuel bills because the Cabinet Minister Chris Huhne has embraced the loony idea of ‘windmill power’ as a foundation of British energy policy, along with the hugely-expensive Climate Change Law, which will cost us hundreds of millions of pounds, whilst not altering the world’s CO2 levels one iota. We see the menacing shades of Europe threatening our financial industries with their ‘Tobin Taxes’, despite those same industries warning that they can up sticks tomorrow if they wished, and take all their money and jobs with them.

We see the Defences of this once-proud Island Nation depleted, because we must save money, whilst planning to send ever more cash abroad to bolster other dictators with Swiss accounts. We scrap the hardware, fifteen years before we have replacement ships or aircraft! We see the truly lunatic policies of the last Labour Government embraced by this Government, such as the Harman ‘Equality’ laws, whilst we cannot even rid ourselves of convicted foreign plotters and criminals.

We hear mutterings of ‘revolts’ over Europe, but all we get are ‘pats-on-heads’, and more- ever more European integration.

We are promised jam tomorrow, when all we hear are the fatuous claims of ‘weekly bins being emptied’ of ‘more food waste to be recycled’.

When, oh when, will we ever see a Government which speaks for British people?

As usual…

By Mike Cunningham On September 19th, 2011 at 8:36 am

As usual, the FailyGraph, along with the ‘leading group of  Tory MPs’ has got it all wrong.

The newspaper claims that the ‘new intake’ of Tory MPs are demanding an IN/OUT Referendum on Europe, but thinks they will settle for a ”return to the Trading Nations’ basis that we went into Europe all those decades ago.

The Failygraph, along with the ‘Leading MPs’, just do not wish or want to admit, that there is no prospect whatsoever of such a change within Europe; once you are in, you are in all the way! There is only one alternative; which is to leave. No ‘adjustments’ no ‘return of powers to Westminster’, nothing but the bare alternative of leaving the Brussels Praesidium, the European version of the Soviet state.

And immediately that happy little event is complete, what should be placed in motion next is a complete overhaul of Parliament itself, bringing it under a yearly scrutiny by the voters, not on elections or anything as divisive as that, but an annual scrutiny of ‘Spending Powers’, with Parliament forced to listen to the people who provide the cash which Governments spend. Governments have no money of their own, they spend taxes, which are paid by ordinary people, and it is about time that they are forced to live up to their promises, or else have those powers removed in a salutary fashion!