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By ATWadmin On August 25th, 2007 at 8:45 am

Do you share the sense of disappointment that police investigating the murder of 11 year old Rhys Jones are experiencing as they try to find the killer of this innocent young boy? It appears that the investigation is being hampered by a wall of silence thrown up by the local community. Police believe the killer may be as young as 13 years, and used a a long-barrelled black handgun to kill young Rhys. What sort of people would shield such a killer? What sort of a local community is this, that would refuse to give up the murderer in its midst? I guess the attached video, made by the "youths" of Croxteth explainsl – feral, out of control and the enemy within. 


By ATWadmin On August 23rd, 2007 at 9:24 am

carnivalSWNS2208_468x648.jpgCouldn’t resist this one. Stuck for inspiration about what to wear at their village carnival in Cornwall, one group made a last-minute decision to dress up in mock Muslim burkas. As they walked the one-mile parade route, the group knelt down in mock prayer and used fake compasses to try to find Mecca. Their routine impressed carnival judges – a mayor, two district councillors and a parish councillor – and they were shortlisted for the "best entry" prize. But before any awards were handed out, police told the group to leave after complaints about racism.

Yesterday, as one member of the team apologised, the organisers of the annual carnival through the winding streets of St Columb Major, near Newquay, Cornwall, insisted their inclusion was not offensive. Nina Brenton said: "We were approached by about six students from out of the area and they thought it was disgusting and offensive to Muslims. They asked how we could allow it in our carnival, but it’s not up to us to dictate what’s offensive. We did advise the group in question what had happened and gave them the choice of whether to carry on in the procession, and they did. "Everybody was having fun, but in the end the police got involved and moved them on"

And so the Burqa parade ended. We must never poke fun at Muslims, right? I wonder were the "six students" who raised the racist complaint Muslim perchance?


By ATWadmin On August 23rd, 2007 at 8:45 am

JabbaTheHutt.jpgI see that Jabba the Hutt  look-a-like John Prescott, our beloved former Deputy Prime Minister, is stepping down from his Hull East constituency at the next General Election. This buffoon is not finished in politics however because he has been recently elected chairman of the UK delegation to the Council of Europe – and there is a likelihood that he will go to the House of Lords after the election. This Council was established in 1949 to promote human rights and freedoms!!! Prescott’s elevation sums up the Nulabour approach to politics. It rewards the most incompetent, it praises those who lie, it delights in turning vice into virtue.


By ATWadmin On August 23rd, 2007 at 8:17 am

rhys203.jpgLet’s deal with the shocking murder of an 11 year old boy shot on his way back home from playing football with his friends in Liverpool. A witness said three shots were fired by a youth, with his face covered by a hood, who rode past on a BMX bicycle. Just think instead of a drive by we have a pedal-by – resulting in this child’s death.

I notice the local Chief Constable has asked those "in local gangs" to come forward with whatever information they may, and I see that a 14yr old and an 18yr old have been arrested. But what sort of culture produces teenage assassins? What sort of society tolerates armed teen-age gangs? I know we’ve been covering quite a few of these stories on ATW and it may seem perhaps a bit repetitious but the harsh truth is that the feral brutality that now rules our streets has to confronted and beaten down. Parents need to be made to assume full legal responsibility for their children and we need to reassert the rule of law everywhere. This will not happen without momentous political change and we live in a current era where rather like the 1970’s there is little will from the political class to do anything. But out of the depths of the 1970’s came Margaret Thatcher and we must hope that the time is now ready for a new political leader with vision and determination to emerge who wants to make our streets safe again for 11 year olds to play football without the fear of being shot dead. 


By ATWadmin On August 22nd, 2007 at 12:09 pm

I wonder how long it will be before some on the environmental left start calling for the end to Air Travel here in the UK? I note that the cost for an average family to fly away on holiday could increase by more than £100 under plans being considered by the Brown junta. This comes on top of Gordon Brown’s doubling of Air Passenger Duty in his final Budget as Chancellor. The price of Air Travel in the UK is being rocketed, and all three major UK political parties vie to see which can increase it most, and the consequence will be that many people start to review whether they can afford to fly any longer. Choice and freedom is being curtailed in the name of environmentalism and our political class are going along with this. How long before laws are passed prohibiting us to travel by air? Do we care or will we accept the limitations on our ability to travel where we want, when we want, as we want?


By ATWadmin On August 22nd, 2007 at 11:54 am

Wonder what you make of the news that two members of the gang which murdered Pc Sharon Beshenivsky have now been charged with stabbing a fellow prison inmate? Yusuf Abdillh Jamma, 20 and Muzzaker Imtiaz Shah, 25, (Crazy guys, crazy names) were sentenced to life in prison following the shooting of the officer in Bradford in 2005. Both are now accused of stabbing a 22-year-old man at Durham’s Frankland Prison in March. So, these guys shot the WPC to death, have been sentenced to a prison term, and now stab a fellow prisoner, wounding him seriously. What sort of prisons are we running? How did they gain access to whatever was used to stab the other prisoner? I wonder what their punishment may be? Isn’t this a good example where the application of the death penalty would be the kindest resort for such animals?  


By ATWadmin On August 21st, 2007 at 8:09 am

hamza.jpgDisturbing to read that one of Britain’s most notorious Islamic extremists may be freed from prison as early as next year after an Al-Qaeda “supergrass” said he was no longer prepared to testify against him.

Abu Hamza al-Masri, the hook-handed firebrand who preached Jihad at Finsbury Park mosque in north London, was expected to be extradited to America for trial on charges including trying to establish a terrorist camp in Oregon. But in a New York courtroom last week James Ujaama, 41, the key witness against Hamza, appeared to have reneged on a deal to testify against him. The change of heart could lead to the collapse of the American request for Hamza’s extradition now going through British courts.

This shows the scale of the problem facing those who seek to prosecute Jihad preaching Imams using the criminal courts. What if Hamza now walks free? Will justice have been done, as he is released from captivity? Does that send a message to militant Islam and if so, what do you think that message might be?


By ATWadmin On August 20th, 2007 at 7:48 am

casualty_post1big.jpgDid you see that the BBC “Guide-line staff” have forced the producers of the BBC Hospital drama series “Casualty” to drop a fictional terrorist attack by Muslim extremists planned for the new series? According to Casualty sources, senior drama executives had supported starting the new series with a two-part special in which a young Muslim runs into a bus station and blows himself up. But the plotline was blocked by guideline staff, who oversee the corporation’s…ahem.. editorial and ethical standards. They were said to have been worried that the episode would perpetuate the stereotype of young British Muslims.

As Lord Tebbit comments, “People were perfectly free during the violence in Northern Ireland to produce dramas about terrorism for which presumably they might have been accused of stereotyping IRA terrorists or even suggesting that all Catholics were terrorists. What is the difference here?”

Dimmitude, I would hazard to guess.


By ATWadmin On August 19th, 2007 at 9:12 am

Today sees the eco-wacko brigade camped around Heathrow Airport initiate their "direct action" They plan to cause disruption, lay seige to the headquarters of the British Airport Authority, and generally run amok in the name of "doing something" about Climate Change. I’m travelling through Heathrow later today and will let you know what I encounter. As far as I can see, the police have a duty of care to sweep on these loons if ANY of them breaks the law or any in other way inconveniences travellers.


By ATWadmin On August 18th, 2007 at 9:24 am

I love words. They are the tools that I use to put across what I want you to think about and it’s always a question of choosing the best word to fit the occasion. Shakespeare (De Vere) is perhaps the greatest ever user, and inventor, of the written word and reading his plays and sonnets is such a privilege. What a mind he had, and what a command of language. So, I read that Shakespeare’s plays are now being rewritten as comic strips for pupils who find his poetry boring. Thousands of teenagers are to study cartoon versions of famous plays such as Macbeth which reduce finely-crafted passages to snappy phrases. The publishers hope the comics – illustrated by artists who have worked on the Spiderman series – will inspire disaffected readers with a love of the Bard’s plays.  Evidently with great power comes little responsibility! This is pandering to dumbed down minds – we need to raise the level of the written word, not lower it.