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and all was well at the Beeb; anywhere else, they don’t wanna’ know!

By Mike Cunningham On December 27th, 2014 at 10:16 am

When I heard of the BBC plans for the Today Programme ‘Guest Editors’ over the holiday period, I almost knew what coming before the first programme, featuring the Beeb’s favourite M.P., Speaker John Bercow came on air; and I was not disappointed. Every pointed question was never asked, any hint of dissension from the Party line was never aired, and this creeping disgrace to civilised Government spouted his thoughts unhindered by challenge, query or even mild surprise.

But worse was, unfortunately, to follow. We were given a verbal and mental battering, by Today’s ‘guest editor’ this morning, on the true delights of Lesbian, Gay, BiSexual and Trandgender lifestyles by this strange woman; the struggles of the LBGT (or, for more unworldy readers; homosexual) movement as they grasp ‘Equality’, or ‘Diversity’ or whatever they are musing over this weekend. We heard of the struggles of allegedly confused youngsters as they entered their first unsupervised home, and how they abandoned this security because they had not been, wait for it; trained as to the function of ordinary things in a home,and went to live on the proceeds of crime on the streets. We even heard this Charity leader state that all youngsters who were still ‘confused’ about their identity should be kept in comfort by the State until their 25th birthday: and he was being serious!

When I was far younger than today, the adjective ‘gay’ was just that, an adjective. A definition, if one was sought, was to be carefree, happy, unburdened by worries or tribulation. HMS Gay Charger, a fast Motor GunBoat, was actually commanded by Nigel Lawson, a former Chancellor. Listening through the turgid unburdening of ‘how happy’ they were once they had ‘come out of the closet, and embraced their ‘gay awareness’ a common theme or opinion emerged in my mind; which, put rather simply, was that for a group of people who had now, ‘found out who they all were’, and had at last come to terms with their confused ideas of sexuality, etc., etc., and so on ‘ad infinitum’; for such a ‘Gay Group’, they came across, to this observer, as rather sad and silly.

The wrong trousers?

By Mike Cunningham On December 19th, 2014 at 10:02 am

Apart from the fact that the wrong man died, what does this small, dreary tragedy say about the state of mind of the grinning perpetrator, apart from the obvious truth that he will probably spend only two years in jail over the death of a dupe?

But we can all at least comfort ourselves with the truth that his grin will not be present when his fellow cons. realise who and what he is, and what he has done.


and he swears he was discreet

By Mike Cunningham On October 6th, 2014 at 6:57 pm

Watching the local tv news, I was truly enchanted to  watch the report about this elderly homosexual fool who had decided that, despite all the warnings; all the reports to the contrary, all the extremely-negative published statements from Islamic scholars;  Morocco was homosexual-friendly territory.

And guess what happened to him,  when the local cops checked his phone for the PICTURES! He ‘came out’ to his family a few years ago, and was stated to be respectful of Morocco’s laws and that he is a “very discreet” person. I guess he is finding out how ‘ discreet and friendly’ the locals are in prison!

But the best bit is actually on the Sky webpage. This bloke is stated as having been arrested for being ‘gay’. No he wasn’t, he was arrested and charged with homosexual acts and activities; not for his sexual inclinations. You can be as camp as you wish, and you are not breaking Moroccan Law. It is the act which is the crime.




By David Vance On July 6th, 2013 at 8:50 am


The advance of the gay agenda manifests itself in increasingly bizarre ways;

Education Secretary Michael Gove yesterday declared war on the ‘utterly outrageous and medieval’ use of the word ‘gay’ as an insult. 

He will study current laws to ensure they are ‘properly policed’ and could even ‘sharpen’ them in a bid to stamp out offensive homophobic language. Mr Gove told a conference held by pressure group Stonewall that the Coalition was determined to protect gay pupils from being subjected to homophobic bullying at school.

Why should the word “gay” be afforded such special protected status, exactly? Isn’t language something that is open to use, interpretation, innovation? If we are not going to start using the LAW to outlaw the use of certain words in given contexts, I feel we are on the way to rampant totalitarianism, of the sort Orwell forecast.

I am reminded of this exchange from Alice in Wonderland;

When I use a word,” Humpty Dumpty said in rather a scornful tone, “it means just what I choose it to mean — neither more nor less.”
“The question is,” said Alice, “whether you can make words mean so many different things.”
“The question is,” said Humpty Dumpty, “which is to be master – – that’s all.”

The Gay activist group Gove was addressing, Stonewall, fully understand this truth.

3 Queens in a room

By Mike Cunningham On May 6th, 2013 at 10:19 am

I was discussing the arrest of the Deputy Speaker of the House of Commons on charges of ‘male rape’ and of sexual assault, and after getting over a sudden fit of hysterical laughter at the thought of three homosexuals having some sort of ‘falling out’ over who did what, and how, and with whom; some four years after the alleged incidents happened, I realised what it was all about.

It was just a hissy-fit, with added screaming. One of the others decided that he didn’t like Nigel’s choice of curtains and decided to make his feelings plain.


By David Vance On January 12th, 2013 at 10:39 am

Interesting views here;

More than 1,000 priests have signed a letter voicing alarm that same-sex marriage could threaten religious freedom in a way last seen during “centuries of persecution” of Roman Catholics in England. They claim that, taken in combination with equalities laws and other legal restraints, the Coalition’s plans will prevent Catholics and other Christians who work in schools, charities and other public bodies speaking freely about their beliefs on the meaning of marriage. Even the freedom to speak from the pulpit could be under threat, they claim. And they fear that Christians who believe in the traditional meaning of marriage would effectively be excluded from some jobs – just as Catholics were barred from many professions from the Reformation until the 19th Century.

I think they are quite far sighted in this regard and one dismisses their argument with some peril. The entire “equalities” industry is about restricting liberty and when it is combined with gay militancy, it becomes toxic to those who seek to maintain traditional Christian values. So, a cleric standing up in a Pulpit quoting from Leviticus, for instance, is going to find himself frog marched off to the nearest rehabilitation center tout for some emergency treatment!


By David Vance On November 2nd, 2012 at 10:43 am

Interesting to see that the intolerance of the gay activist organisation Stonewall has run them into some trouble;

“A row has broken out after the leader of the Roman Catholic Church in Scotland was named Bigot of the Year by gay rights “charity” Stonewall. Cardinal Keith O’Brien’s stance on gay marriage was singled out at Stonewall’s annual awards in London. Sponsors Barclays and Coutts have said they will axe their funding if the category is not dropped next year. Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson won Politician of the Year, but was booed for also criticising the bigot award.

Wonder should there be a GAY BIGOT of the YEAR award, done in a humorous style, of course? I am sure Stonewall would be amongst the contenders. Also, the fact that BANKS fund this collective of rancid heterophobes is a disgrace.

The ‘word’ game.

By Mike Cunningham On October 31st, 2012 at 5:15 pm


Well folks, here we are, onlookers to the hedonistic world of homosexual screwing, otherwise known as gay people in action.

In a new departure for ATW, readers are asked to contribute a one or two-word statement which could be used to describe what the Daily Mail talks about as ‘a venue popular with gay and bisexual men’, this of course being the approved wording for what correctly could be termed a XXXX XXXXXXX.

Points will be awarded for humour, truth and acerbic wit, and points will win ‘Prizes’!


By David Vance On October 20th, 2012 at 11:23 am

Does being poor and black make you gay?

“Poorer blacks and Asians are more likely to be gay than wealthier whites, a controversial study claimed yesterday. A Gallup survey – said to be the largest of its kind ever undertaken in America – estimated that 3.4 per cent of US adults saw themselves as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT).

That figure consisted of 4.6 per cent of African-Americans, 4.3 per cent of Asians, 4 per cent of Hispanics – but only 3.2 per cent of whites. In contrast to earlier, smaller studies, researchers also found that Americans with the lowest levels of education were most likely to say they were gay. A similar pattern was found in wealth, with more than 5 per cent of those with annual incomes of under £15,000 identified as gay compared with 2.8 per cent earning more than £37,000 a year. And while 21 per cent of American adults earn more than £56,000 a year, only 16 per cent of gay people claimed to earn that much. The survey – based on interviews with more than 121,000 people – contradicts the perception that lesbians and gays are mostly white, urban and affluent, said lead author Gary Gates.

I can see Gay activists enraged by this since it confounds so much of their gay theology!  But what if it is true?


By David Vance On October 18th, 2012 at 7:40 pm

The militant gay agenda advances even further with this nauseating example of our courts being deployed to PUNISH anyone who stands in its way;

A devout Christian bed and breakfast owner who refused a bed to a gay couple was today ordered to pay them more than £3000 in compensation.

Michael Black, 64, and his partner John Morgan, 59, began a legal battle soon after they were told they could not sleep together at the £75-a-night Swiss Bed and Breakfast in Cookham, Berkshire in March 2010. Owner Susanne Wilkinson told a court she was serious about her Christian beliefs and had also stopped unmarried heterosexual couples from sharing a double bed. But a judge at Reading County Court ordered her to pay £3,600 in damages for discriminating directly against the couple, who have been together for eight years.

So, GAY values trump Christian beliefs. I look forward to similar prosecutions brought against MUSLIM bed and breakfast owners. This is not about equality,as the Judge suggests, it is about triumphalism and the determination of some to crush religious values with their self indulgent zealotry.