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By David Vance On July 2nd, 2011 at 5:38 pm

Wonder what you make of this story?

A Nigerian mother who flew into Britain when she learned she was pregnant and had quintuplets has cost taxpayers an estimated £200,000. The health tourism row erupted after it emerged Bimbo Ayelabola, 33, has asked the Home Office for a six-month extension of her visa which expired last Monday. She claims that the children – boys Tayseel and Samir, and girls, Aqeelah, Binish and Zara – are too fragile to take back to Nigeria.

She SHOULD be deported forthwith and whoever let her in should be sacked. Or sent to Nigeria.


By David Vance On June 29th, 2011 at 8:41 am

If a State cannot control its borders and who it lets reside within them – it is less than a State. Tragically, such is the dire state we now find ourselves in…

Britain’s powerlessness to control who has the right to be in this country was glaringly exposed last night by two extraordinary cases. In the first, an anti-Semitic preacher of hate whom the Home Secretary had banned from entering Britain was able to stroll in through Heathrow. Last night, Raed Salah was giving a lecture organised by Islamist radicals to a large crowd in Leicester, and today he was due to speak at Westminster at the invitation of Left-wing Labour MPs. In the second, a bombshell ruling by European judges blocked the deportation of some 200 Somali criminals back to their homeland. The Strasbourg court said the men, including drug dealers and serial burglars, might be persecuted in war-torn Somalia, and that they must be allowed to stay to protect their human rights.

So, Jew-hating Islamic fanatics and Somalian criminals – all welcome in the UK in 2011.


By David Vance On May 13th, 2011 at 8:05 am

Steyn notes;

“As American tourists know, much of Continental Europe has no internal borders. Under the Schengen Treaty, you can land at Rome and wander unhindered all the way to Copenhagen, just as one can from Miami to Boston. That’s because, thanks to the European Union, post-nationalist Continentals were assured by their elites that they were no longer Germans or Spaniards or Belgians but “Europeans.” Then came Greek bailouts, a wobbling Eurozone and the “Arab Spring,” and suddenly national frontiers are re-emerging from the mists of time:

The truth is that there is a VERY good reason for borders and those nations whose political elite have tried to erase them are now rapidly realising the dangers presented by such recklessness. A borderless EU is doomed to suffer whereas Nations that know how to built a moat and throw a few crocodiles in it are much more likely to survive.


By David Vance On April 25th, 2011 at 10:56 am

Looks like there isn’t.

Britain faces a new influx of migrants who could claim benefits of up to £250 a week within weeks of arriving. From next Sunday, rules that ban Eastern Europeans from claiming unemployment, housing and council tax benefits until they have worked in the UK for 12 months are being lifted.

Well, it’s not as if we are strapped for cash or anything as a Nation and three cheers for the liberal instinct behind this latest insanity. Arkam is everywhere.


By David Vance On April 21st, 2011 at 8:30 am

Current screening for TB in immigrants arriving in the UK is missing the majority of cases, say researchers. 70% to be precise.

Using new blood tests for checks would be better than chest X-rays, which detect only active infections, says an Imperial College London team which analysed more than 1,000 immigrants. Blood tests could prevent substantial numbers of cases, they write in The Lancet Infectious Diseases. The government said the research backed new guidance from health watchdog NICE. Tuberculosis is caused by a bacterial infection, which attacks the lungs. It has risen dramatically in the UK over the past decade, partly because of an increase in cases among people who move to the country from overseas.

Or to put it more precisely, immigration from Africa and parts of Sub-Asia.  There is a major health problem looming here and the primary cause is the massive immigration we have experienced combined with inaccurate testing. TB was once considered beaten but it is back.


By David Vance On April 17th, 2011 at 9:45 pm

Is France right?

Authorities in France temporarily blocked trains from Italy in an attempt to stop north African migrants from entering the country. Trains were stopped at the border for hours – prompting Italy to launch an official complaint with France. Services were later resumed. Italy has angered France by giving temporary resident permits to thousands of Tunisian migrants. The permits allow them to travel freely in many European countries.

If National Sovereignty means anything, it means France can protect its borders. Italy is simply transporting the problem westwards.


By David Vance On March 17th, 2011 at 9:08 am

First, let us consider the number of people in the United Kingdom who are unemployed

UK unemployment rose by 27,000 in the three months to the end of January to 2.53 million, the highest since 1994. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) said the jobless rate was now 8%, the highest since 1996.

Now, let us consider this;

More than 80 per cent of the jobs created last year were taken by people who were not born in this country, official figures revealed yesterday. In 2010, employment rose by 210,000 compared with the previous year, but 173,000 jobs went to those born in countries from Poland to Pakistan. Only 39,000 of the new jobs – less than one in five of the total – were taken by people born in Britain.

See the problem? What do we do about it?

From little acorns

By ATWadmin On September 18th, 2010 at 6:42 pm

The mature oaks as pictured have taken over two hundred years to reach their majestic size, and it is a tribute to the planters, and the ground in which they are planted that they continue to inspire awe within the viewer. I must admit to a certain envy of those oaks, as they slowly but certainly flourish as the seasons progress. 

I must also admit to a similar envy when I read of the success of Jimmie Akesson, a Swedish Parliamentary candidate. His rise from obscurity has been both rapid and surprising, especially in the once staid and conservative ground which is the Swedish electorate. His attack upon the muslims who have flooded in to Sweden’s hospitable shores has struck accord with Swedes who resent their country being viewed as a soft touch by the followers of Islam; who are seen as taking everything but giving nothing back. 

“Swedish pensioners can’t afford to fix their broken teeth or pay for the medicine that would bring them back to health,” he said, blaming the generous welfare system for lavishing money on immigrants.

“Today’s multicultural Swedish power elite is completely blind to the dangers of Islam and Islamification,” was another of his claims. He has called for massive restrictions to be placed on immigration.

His Party, Sweden Democrat, has come from nowhere to be possibly the holders of the balance of power within the Swedish Parliament, and I wish him, and his party and followers, all success in their endeavours! 

I wonder why his Party, and his calls for reasonable limits on uncontrolled immigration, have been labelled as ‘extremist’? 

Ask those who live here, if it matters!

By ATWadmin On February 13th, 2010 at 1:00 pm

There is an ‘interview’ in the Telegraph with William Hague, the Shadow Foreign Secretary which, for me at least, says everything which needs to be said about the ‘Cameron Tory Party’ about its leader, and about the sad fact that Hague himself has, unfortunately, become just another machine politician, ready to sway to the very breezes which blow the political chaff around the Westminster stage.

On one of the key issues, at least on the minds of many if not most White British people, as well as a surprising number of our legal long-term Citizens of a different shade of skin colour, is the helter-skelter pace of immigration, both from the E.U. and from the Asian sub-Continent, from the multitudinous cess-pits of Africa, and from the Caribbean. 

He is quoted as stating : “We are not going to fight another election on immigration. It would not reflect the nation’s priorities.” Ask some White British citizen in the suburbs of Bradford, or of Newcastle, or of any number of the cities of this nation, if they think that the Immigration Issue, both in terms of what they think of the abortion which is Labour’s ideal solution as regards the huge influx of bloody foreigners into our Country, or the limp ‘Do Nothing’ response which is all we hear from the Tories; is being treated satisfactorily?

Whenever Gordon McDoom rings the starting bell for the race which will prove decisive in this our Nation’s destiny as to both how we are ruled, and who we live alongside, the choices are slimmer than ever. Labour’s lot is already seen as struggling, but the Tories seem almost frightened of their own shadows, as well as the polling figures which are less than healthy. Nick Clegg’s limp-wristed Lib_Dems aren’t even worth considering, and UKIP only has Nigel Farage as a standard bearer, and his flag is pretty crumpled these days.

Are we happy to read the report from the Office of National Statistics which states that  nearly a quarter of babies in England and Wales in 2008 were born to mothers who came from outside the UK, most commonly women from Pakistan and India. Our hospitals are swamped with this influx, and all we hear from the Tories is that they won’t be making an issue of Immigration! 

Where is a modern-day Enoch, now that we really need him?


By ATWadmin On January 9th, 2010 at 9:26 pm

Gosh, the multiculties must be proud. Where are we here: Jo’Burg? Kinshasa? Ouagadougou?

Nope, we’re in Italy. Really, that photograph was taken in Italy, where “African migrant workers armed with rocks and metal poles fought pitch battles with locals in a protest over appalling living conditions and alleged racism.”

That Marxist social goal always was demented, wasn’t it?