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A Letter to an M.P.

By Mike Cunningham On September 25th, 2014 at 12:39 pm

The following is the contents of an e-mail letter sent this morning to my own MP, Roberta Blackman-Woods, a Shadow Minister in the Labour Party:-

Thursday 25 September 2014

Dear Roberta Blackman-Woods,

I write in connection with the forthcoming proposal of the Prime
Minister, scheduled for debate in the Commons on Friday, to allow him
to add the R.A.F.’s bombers, equipment and personnel to join the action
against Islamic State’s operations in Iraq. I realise that you, as a
Shadow Minister, have undertaken to act in a concerted fashion with
most of your Party Colleagues, and to vote as required, again in
concert with your Party; but I am writing to ask you to consider what
you are being both asked and required to vote upon. It is just about a
year since the scheduled vote, put forward by the Prime Minister, where
Parliament was asked to authorise attacks on the Syrian Regime as they
had allegedly deployed chemical weaponry; and of course, due in a large
part to the considered thoughts and votes of the Labour Party, that
vote was defeated.

You are now being asked to vote, once more, upon this issue, but this
time to act, in concert with a ‘coalition’, in degrading and destroying
the infrastructure of the people who fight under the black flag of
Islamic State. You are being asked to authorise a Western element which
will actively intrude into a religious and civil war in the Middle
East. You, as a Member of Parliament, are being asked to authorise
exactly what was sought just a year ago, but this time, you are being
asked to have our Forces fight in only one part of the conflict area,
namely Iraq, against a Force which is, itself, fighting against the
very people, namely the Syrian Government, you were asked previously to
bomb and attack.

It is not often that I find myself nodding in perfect agreement with a
Guardian writer and journalist, but what Simon Jenkins said when
interviewed on the BBC was perfectly correct; air strikes alone do not
work; you have to defeat an army with another army, and if the Iraqi
Army cannot fight, with all the weaponry at their disposal, maybe it is
about time the Arabs realised they have got to sort out their own
problems. We should not get involved with a religious dispute in
Islamic countries; if the West needs a memory jog, just check out what
happened in Libya. Maybe Gaddafi was a very bad man, but just look at
what that unhappy and terror-torn nation has inherited after we, the
French, the British and the Americans ruled the skies above Tripoli and
allowed the opposition to steamroller the old regime into the ground!

We should not be in that theatre of war; we should not even be thinking
about it. Please use the information available to you, so that you
might advise your colleagues, many of whom still remember what the end
result of our last adventures in Iraq and Afghanistan actually turned
out to be, and then vote down any idea that British jets should once
again strike at the behest of a Prime Minister who might sound as
though he knows what is going to happen, but has not yet considered the
long-term results, which may well turn to be even more disastrous than
the previous follies pursued by your own predecessors!

Yours sincerely,

Mike Cunningham

I would urge all British ATW readers to contact their own MPs, by means of
‘Write to Them’, or by any other means available, because Parliament needs to be aware of the perils of sleep-walking into a disaster area!


End; and the means?

By Mike Cunningham On July 25th, 2011 at 11:21 am

Drifting very quickly and briefly through the Knights Templar Manifesto of the maniac who killed ninety-three Norwegians, it could be said that he might well be mad, he is quite possibly a psychopath of the first order, but he is also literate, extremely well-read and -educated; and up-to-date when it comes to Europe, and the ideas of European Hegemony without a shot being fired against the take-over of ALL European nation states by a creeping, bureaucratic, massively-funded Dictatorship, he is not far off the mark.

He dislikes the very idea of Muslim and Islamic ideals, because he states that they only know one end idea, that of the Caliphate.

He hasn’t much of an opinion of the last four Prime Ministers of Great Britain, which places him on the same shelf as myself, but I am neither armed, nor am I of the opinion they should all be shot; just maybe imprisoned for dereliction of duty to the Nation-State.

He doesn’t have much time for militant feminists. I just reckon they are too noisy, and too much notice is given them.

He is dead against MultiCulturalism, claiming that is the soft surrender to the importation of Muslim values such as Sharia Law. Again, I would agree with his thesis, but I would state that part of the preferred option is a complete closure of the ‘family and relations’ part of the Immigration Schemes in force at present; not an AK47!

We will hear more and more of the claims of Co-Conspirators of this crazed gunman in the coming days and weeks ahead, we shall no doubt learn of ‘sympathisers’ in the ranks of the BNP and the EDL, and it will be taken as ‘Gospel’ that they exist, because one lunatic has written, so it must be true!

The BBC has already stated that he had links with the EDL, despite firm and repeated denials on the EDL Website.  As a whore once remarked ‘they would say that, wouldn’t they!

These claims have also been repeated in the Daily Mail.

As our fellow blogger Richard North has stated 

” We could indeed be looking at a watershed … and it ain’t pretty.”


The final passages of the manifesto give details of his preparations for the massive bomb which exploded in Oslo centre. Mad, definitely! Stupid? Doubt it!

This is not the first or last time I’ll say this….

By Patrick Van Roy On March 21st, 2011 at 3:07 am

Good God are we INSANE?  Why are we bombing Ghadafi, by helping the opposition we are aiding Iran. We are witnessing the formation of the Caliphate we don’t need to help it along. Let the animals kill each other, it’ll be just less we have to fight in the long run.

Well it’s time as Thompson would say to whip together a few raw facts, some ole negro wisdom, and put this tale out for all to gape at.  There seems to be a continuing clash of the sane against the insane, earther against spacer, greenie against techie, and the all history encompassing Moore against Christian.

We do live in interesting times, someone find that china man and shoot him. We are witnessing the formation of one Caliphate in the Middle East, they actually believe it is the end times and whether you call him the Mahdi, the 12th Imam or the Muslim Jesus they believe he is here, and he is on their side. Right, Wrong, whether you believe or not they DO, and they are sitting on a source of power to give them the ability to screw with everyone.

So what should we do, kill them all? We could, I mean shit that’s what they want to do to us. Do unto others before they do unto us, that’s what Bush said, but we don’t have the stomach for that, nor should we. So what to do?

There is no replacement for oil our whole world is made from it. Look around you. Don’t even count gasoline, just think can you live without plastic? I doubt it. Everything we use in our daily lives is made out of oil. Forget Medicine, Surgery, food containment, etc etc. There is no replacement for oil and the byproducts that we make from it. At least not yet maybe in the next hundred years someone will find something, but they haven’t yet.

The U.S. spends a minimum of $400 Billion a year on Middle Eastern oil. WHY? Because some little enviro weenie can save an owl, or a whale. Screw them, drill baby, drill. If you believe in peak oil (which I don’t) the U.S. has enough of it’s own oil for at least 200 years. Look at what man has accomplished in the last 100, if you believe we couldn’t top that in the next 100, ye have little faith, let alone little sense.

Hell we have plenty enough to keep the U.S. and the British Isles swimming in both oil and coal. Let the EU buy from Russia, except the French those bastards have been short sheeting every deal to control the machinery that goes to the Persian bastards make them deal with them.

We can not allow the enemy to dictate the terms of our economies, which is exactly what we are doing by buying from the Arabs. It is time to cut them off. We are going to have to fight these bastards sooner or later no matter what we do. Why keep giving them money, spend that $400 Billion here and we’ll not just produce oil but it will spur our internal economy back to life. And after all what’s good for America is good for the world.

Drill Here, Drill Now, and screw everyone else.

The Wrong Question, and the wrong Answer

By ATWadmin On May 7th, 2010 at 11:37 am

The New York Times, whose banner reads ‘All the news that’s fit to Print’ asks a question which it believes is pertinent to today, but not only gets the wrong answer, it didn’t ask the correct question.

The NY Times states that the latest two terror attackers both came from privileged backgrounds, from lives far above the normal poverty which is the lot of the ‘usual suspects’ in terror attacks; and it just simply doesn’t understand how they came to believe and act in the way which they did!

The Times Square bomber comes from a truly privileged background.  From 1995 to 1998, his father, Bahar ul-Haq, served as deputy director of Pakistan’s Civil Aviation Authority, according to a spokesman for the organization. The teenage Shahzad lived in some luxury — a comfortable, two-story house close to the city airport, with palm trees in the garden and bougainvillea spilling over the wall. Shahzad’s parents, who hail from a village near Peshawar, had retired to a house in Hayatabad, the city’s most expensive neighbourhood. They write about his upbringing in that column in the NY Times, and they just don’t understand where he went wrong.

Umar Farouk  Abdulmutallab grew up in a rarefied slice of Nigeria, the son of an affluent banker. He attended one of the West Africa’s best schools, the British School of Lomé in Togo. After high school, he went to Britain and enrolled at University College London to study mechanical engineering. A friend describes how Mr. Abdulmutallab was like most other students at the school, with a particular interest in studying history, and a preference for hip-hop music. The NY Times again describes a privileged and cosetted upbringing, and wonders why and how he went so badly astray!

The answer, and the unasked question, which was omitted by the oh-so-liberal NY Times editorial team, is simply this; why did these men plan and attempt to carry out their murderous attacks, why did these men, brought up with every privilege in their world, take great care to try and kill as many as they possibly could gather together?  

The answer, my friends, is quite simple, they were Muslim, affianced to a religion which tends to kill those it cannot conquer, which goes for obliteration rather than assimilation! That is why the petrol canisters and propane tanks were packed inside that 4X4 vehicle in  Times Square; that is why the would-be terrorist stacked his underwear with a particularly powerful explosive before he boarded that jet in Amsterdam. That is why they try, and that is why they will continue to try, because they hate us for being free, for having free speech; for not being Muslim!