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By David Vance On June 11th, 2011 at 7:49 am

Let’s be really clear about one thing; the last Labour government deliberately embarked on a spending free it KNEW would cause us massive financial problems. The huge national debt was not an accident, it was an objective, an achievement. Just think about this;

A confidential document presented to the Cabinet in January 2006 asks: “We’ve spent all this money, but what have we got for it?” It warns that the efficiency of the public sector needed to improve rapidly and insisted that “spending growth will slow”. The document drafted by civil servants also says that “ineffective spending” must be “closed down”. However, Gordon Brown discarded the advice and embarked on a £90 billion increase in spending when he became prime minister. The expenditure meant that the economy was left facing a record deficit as the effects of the recession were felt.

This reckless Gordon Brown is the same man who claimed he had saved the world economy and who has been seeking a senior role in the IMF. This reckless Gordon Brown is the same man who liked to pretend being fiscally prudent was his guiding star. At Gordon Brown’s side throughout this years of wilful financial destruction was the odious Ed Balls. These papers come his personal office though he now seeks to distance himself from the revelations, unsurprisingly. The thing that I found most surprising is that even though it is obvious that Labour were financially profligate in a way which pushed us to economic meltdown, a large chuck of voters would like to see then  BACK in power. Sedated by bread and circuses, it appears that our leftist electorate would prefer to follow the example of Greece and keep on spending what we do not have, and therefore Labour will always be their Party of choice.


By David Vance On March 17th, 2011 at 9:42 am

Bit of a row has broken out here.

Karen Buck, the shadow work and pensions minister, has launched an outspoken attack on the Government, claiming that Tories do not want Muslims in central London.The Labour frontbencher said controversial plans to cut housing benefit were designed to force “black women, ethnic minority women and Muslim women” out into the capital’s poorer suburbs. Her comments immediately prompted calls for her dismissal. Baroness Warsi, Conservative Party Chairman and Britain’s first Muslim Cabinet minister, described them as “deeply offensive”

Interesting to see how Labour will use ethnicity and Islam to try and undermine Conservatism. Warsi is right to condemn these appalling comments which in many regards are the mirror reflection of BNP crassness. Out of power, Labour under Red Ed is proving itself to be most hideous beast – a real enemy of the British nation.

I tell you I work forCunard!

By ATWadmin On May 28th, 2010 at 11:37 pm

Yes, it is true Jennifer; there is a bloody Father Christmas!


Black eyebrows and all!

By ATWadmin On March 26th, 2010 at 12:13 pm


I believe that this editorial by Andreas Whittam Smith on the Independent just about sums it all up for our Scots ‘Old Guard’ Chancellor. 

I especially liked the slice right at the end of the essay, which pointed out :-

“He is also a ruthless politician brought up in a hard school. There is no distinction between Mr Darling and the rest of the political class. He wants to acquire power and retain it. Nothing more and nothing less. He relishes the perks that go with high office. He thinks the electorate is to be used and plucked according to necessity.”

Fair, or Free for all?

By ATWadmin On February 21st, 2010 at 12:40 pm

The plan itself was simple, perhaps too simple, but it was Labour’s Deputy P.M. himself, John Prescott who stood behind it; and what fat, sexually-voracious Johnny wanted, Johnny got. The Pathfinder scheme was devised to demolish old, run-down homes, then to build new homes in their place. Simple? Not really. As with all confiscatory policies so beloved of this Stalinist Labour Government, it forgot to factor in two elements; the first being who decides what is suitable for redevelopment, and secondly; the simple bloody-mindedness of the average occupant of these homes.

Elish Debman is 89-years old, served in the Royal Engineers, and has lived in the same house in Derker, Oldham since 1954. He liked his house, as his family had grown up there over the years, and he had spent a great deal of money on its upkeep. He didn’t like the idea of leaving, mainly because he insisted there was nothing wrong with the house he owned. But Oldham Council took out a compulsory purchase order against Elish, because he refused to vacate his little home, and under the Homes and Communities Agency, another QUANGO so beloved of Labour, there is no defence against the bulldozers.

So Elish will have to move, and be rehoused in a property substantially worse than the property he owned, because John Prescott, along with Yvette Cooper, who is now Housing Minister, thought it was a good idea, and a votes winner. Perhaps Gordon Brown would like to drive out to Derker, and explain to Elish how Labour’s new slogan, ‘A Future Fair for All’ relates to Elish’s treatment under a Labour Government.

It’s the poor what gets the blame…

By ATWadmin On December 13th, 2009 at 8:46 am

Listening to the radio headlines this morning, and reading the same newspapers afterwards, one might well presume that Armageddon has just been averted, the Titanic missed the iceberg by inches, and Mohammed Atta discovered he just couldn’t murder some 2996 innocent individuals those few short years ago.

I refer of course to the widely-trumpeted decision to revise the vetting requirements deemed necessary before ordinary people were to be allowed access to schoolchildren. Access was to be denied for all volunteers, casual visitors, tradesmen and parents hosting foreign students on exchange visits; if the people involved had not gained clearance through the Independent Safeguarding Authority (ISA). This scheme, dubbed almost immediately as the ‘Big Brother Charter’ would have included all the aforementioned people, and many more, totalling some 11 million people. all these people would have had to be ‘vetted’ by this ludicrous ISAgency, at an individual cost of £64.00; with the exception of volunteers, who would get their tickets punched without charge.

The ‘Climb-down’, so widely broadcast, reduces this total from 11 million to around 9 million people. I can tell you that, in order to carry out work in connection with Home Office projects, I too had to be positively vetted, and that took some nine months to achieve. Can you imagine the delays endemic to this process if we have to rely on some civil service pen-pusher, whose sole ambition is to end his or her days in another cushy posting, actually working hard to check out what has happened in the past to any individual applicant. But its not just what has happened, its a simple case of listing all the allegations, the rumours and the innuendo as well as the listed actions of the unfortunate applicant.

So the checks have been made, the money has long since been paid, and the applicant gets his clearance from the  Independent Safeguarding Authority; all well and good, one might think!

But what sort of headlines will be splashed across our newspapers, and thrown at us from our tv and computer screens, the first time that a “Fully-screened and Assessed” holder of an ISA certificate rapes, abuses or murders a youngster in his or her care? Loud will be the protestations of “He slipped through the check-list process” or even “It wasn’t my job to investigate that particular aspect”.

Answers, on a postcard please, to Ed Balls, Secretary of State for for Children, Schools and Families, also known as a liar, a thief and a fraudster!


By ATWadmin On November 2nd, 2009 at 4:15 pm

WHO does Alan Johson think he’s kidding?

Alan Johnson, the Home Secretary, has admitted for the first time that the Government has been inept over its handling of immigration which has increased pressure on local jobs and services […..]

In frank comments, he said Labour, as well as previous Governments, had been “maladroit” in their handling of the immigration issue.

“Maladroit”?! I think not, Mr Postman. If the revolutionary New labour junta had somehow allowed millions of aliens to swarm in despite an intention to uphold our borders and territorial integrity, it would have been “maladroit” at the least. No, I’m afraid this is an unsatisfactory way to describe a deliberate policy to change for all time the social fabric of the nation.

“Wicked” and “deceitful” would be much closer to the truth. Maladroit, Johnson calls it; on the contrary, the Labour government is a bad regime of bad people with evil intent against the British people. It’s been hugely successful in realising its ambitions. Not only did this terrible regime sustain a wave of immigrants, it used this tide to legislate against the British people and their birthrights.

This success, in part, is down to Ministers, MPs and their compliant media waging a culture war against anyone who dared speak out against mass immigration. William Hague was the last Tory leader to attempt it, during the 2001 general election; he unfortunately caved in against the deliberate campaign to brand him a racist, a bigot and a fascist. Anyone who dared question immigration and its effects, from Parliament to the pub, likewise went down under the onslaught.

This was not maladroit, Alan Johnson, like you it was deliberate and wicked.

The Labour Law would have stifled this!

By ATWadmin On September 29th, 2009 at 8:29 am



We need more public servants such as this gallant lady!


My heading refers of course to the attempts to cast the dead hand of secrecy over Coroners’ courts.

By their voices shall ye know them!

By ATWadmin On August 17th, 2009 at 8:39 am

I had heard that our great and glorious Foreign Secretary David Milliband was to speak, in a programme which examined the speaker’s political heroes, or some other rubbish like that. No, I didn’t spend any time lending an ear to this fool justifying his admiration for Joe Slovo, the Communist agent for the Russian Government in the A.N.C.; as I had some drying paint to watch, but perhaps I should have. 

Because it was apparently during this interview the REAL Milliband, the teenage Communist activist, the rabid Socialist, the supporter for Terrorism, came to the fore!

He was asked by Mathew Parris, himself no right-wing apologist, whether terrorism, violent reaction, is the right response.

Milliband, our very own voice of Government abroad, replied “That’s such a hard question, ‘right’ has to be judged in two ways doesn’t it? Whether it’s justifiable and whether it’s effective.” 

“I think I’m right in saying that one of the ways in which the ANC tried to square the circle between being a movement of political change and a movement which used violence, was to target installations rather than people. The most famous ANC military attack was on the Sasol oil refinery in 1980. That was perceived to be remarkable blow at the heart of the South African regime.

But I think the answer has to be yes – there are circumstances in which it is justifiable, and yes, there are circumstances in which it is effective – but it is never effective on its own.”


So we are to presume that the eleven who died in the Church Street bombing at the hands of an A.N.C. terror gang died with the knowledge that their deaths were supported by the snivelling Milliband, because, like all bloody socialists and communists, he knows what is best for us all!

Is There Anyone Left?

By ATWadmin On June 2nd, 2009 at 8:23 pm


LESS THAN two years into Bonkers Brown’s Premiership, his ‘government of all the talents’ collapses while all around him are making for the open windows.

In truth I didn’t think it would be like this. I thought when the junta finally fell I’d be spreading salt on the ruins of the socialist citadel. Now the fall is imminent, I’m enjoying it so much I don’t want it to end. The Prime Minister is exactly where I want him – in the bunker, totally cuckoo, completely detached from reality and enveloped by black dog of despair. Splendid. So what’s the tally so far today?


Jakkee Smith – packing her bags

Tom Watson – packing his bags

Beverley Hughes – jumping ship

Ian Gibson – taken out and shot

David Chaytor – bye

With this attrition rate, there’ll be no-one left next week. Steady on you lot or you’ll block the exits.

No wonder Broon is off his trolley, the isolation’s done him in.