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By ATWadmin On December 9th, 2006 at 2:32 pm

What do you make of the news that a London Council has decided to hold "Muslim Only" swimming lessons? Non-Mussies are welcome, of course, just so long as the follow the strict Islamic approved dress code of swimming shorts that hide the navel and extend below the knee. Women are completely banned from attending but have their own special swimming sessions outside opening hours. During their sessions bathers must be covered from head to foot with their swimming costume covering their body from the neck down to the ankle.

The local Croydon Mosque has defended the introduction of Muslim-only swimming sessions at the council pool. A spokesman said: "Muslims are not allowed to show intimate parts of their body. This is non-negotiable. Muslims have as much right to go swimming as anyone else."

Just a few points.

1. Who wants to see Muslims "intimate parts"? They need to get over themselves.

2. Since when does a Mosque determine what  is "non negotiable" in this nation?

3. Muslims should be given absolutely no special privileges. Croydon Council is a disgrace for allowing this dhimmitude. Croydon Council is a CONSERVATIVE-dominated Council. Tells you all you need to know about just how spineless that Party has become.  

They’ve got them, so we need them!

By ATWadmin On December 9th, 2006 at 1:30 pm

Watched and listened to the discussions about Trident, and whether we needed an Independent nuclear Deterrent, and ‘look at how much it costs’ and  the ‘schoolsandhospitalscomefirst’ mindset!


Just before you vote for someone who is determined to relieve the British Taxpayer of this financial burden, just visit this site, and then decide if you trust the guys in the big palace behind that very long wall! 

“live, and let live?”

By ATWadmin On December 9th, 2006 at 12:25 pm

Read about the ‘autograph collector’ whose life’s work was being placed at auction. I really do feel for him, watching from the shades as his passion was turned into auction lots by a family who just couldn’t understand that it wasn’t all about the ‘value’, or indeed the rarity of a particular scribble; it was the spur of ‘the collection’, of gaining something which others did not have, and because it was so rare, that was the flame which lit his life. In itself, the collecting of ‘things’ is harmless enough, and only becomes problematic when allied to Obsessive Compulsion; a disorder which can affect people’s whole lives.

I once came up against the second grade of the ‘Collector’ syndrome when returning from South Wales to my Durham home by train. I was happily strolling up the platform at Newport Station, aware of, but not really interested in, an ordinary goods train rolling alongside me while being pulled by an elderly ‘Deltic’ diesel-electric loco’. I was suddenly confronted by this wild-eyed fanatic, waving a book in front of him, while shouting “You’ve ruined my shot; you’ve destroyed the sequence! Fifteen  months I’ve waited, and you walk straight into shot! I’ll kill you!” Now normally, I’d go straight into the attack, as I don’t relish being set upon by some clown on a railway platform, but two of his mates got there first, restrained him and led him away; and only then did I notice I was looking at a set of really expensive VHS video-cameras, complete with microphones, standing on tripods whilst aiming down the platform and over the rails. As his friends explained, he was waiting for this particular ‘Deltic’ loco, complete with this particular array of wagons and trucks, in order to video it for his collection, and I had driven him to distraction by walking straight in front of the lenses as the train slowly rolled by! I had ruined his chance at recording, for his later delight, the passing of a perfectly ordinary diesel-engine’d locomotive, which was pulling what to me was a bog-standard and thoroughly-unremarkable set of wagons, trucks and flat-cars; but to him was the gold-standard in transportation technology.

To my ordinary mind, uncluttered as it is by such trivialities as loyalty to a football team or a particular pop group, the existence of strange sub-cultures such as ‘train-spotters’, or ‘twitchers’, or even ‘Gaelic pipe marching bands’ seem rather outlandish; but I have always subscribed to the triple pillars of British behaviour: viz,

“There’s nowt’ so funny as folk!”

“The whole world’s queer except thee an’ me, and I have my doubts about you, sometimes!”

And my own personal favourite, which is a reputed quotation from King George the 5th regarding homosexuals,

 “I don’t care what people do, as long as they don’t do it in the streets, and frighten the horses!”


By ATWadmin On December 9th, 2006 at 12:18 pm

So what have ALL these words in common? 

accommodation aerial amazement apostrophe assassination auspicious baseless bloody bump castigate changeful clangor control (noun) countless courtship critic critical dexterously dishearten dislocate dwindle eventful exposure fitful frugal generous gloomy gnarled hurry impartial inauspicious indistinguishable invulnerable lapse laughable lonely majestic misplaced monumental multitudinous obscene palmy perusal pious premeditated radiance reliance road sanctimonious seamy sportive submerge suspicious


That’s right – they were all invented by William Shakspear (Edward de Vere) -our greatest ever writer!


By ATWadmin On December 9th, 2006 at 10:20 am

So, off to the jungles of Colombia trot two convicted "Loyalist" terrorists and the IRA’s most trusted Roman Catholic Priest – their mission to talk about how to bring peace! The Belfast Telegraph reports that human wind bag and PUP leader David Ervine along with Tom Roberts (Who He?)- together with Father Alex Reid, were off to South America to provide insight into how "conflict resolution" can work everywhere!!

Guys – APPEASEMENT works everywhere. Terrorists are always willing to trade murders for political and financial concessions. Nice to see both loyalism and republicanism working together – exporting their own political depravity. Also interesting to see how Ervine represents those who foolishly vote for him.


By ATWadmin On December 9th, 2006 at 10:07 am

I read that DUP leader Ian Paisley has said that Sinn Fein (Minus the IRA) must humble itself by endorsing the Police Service of Northern Ireland. In a speech to his annual dinner in Co Antrim, Mr. Paisley appealed for party unity and asked for members to put their trust in him. He said he was committed to humbling his enemies by forcing them to accept the rule of law. He also told Sinn Féin that if it did not support the police, there would be no point in seeking to be in government.
With all due respect, I profoundly disagree. When the Murphia pay lip service to policing, it is democracy that is humbled. Republicans should NOT be rewarded for accepting the rule of law, they should be punished for rejecting it! 


By ATWadmin On December 9th, 2006 at 9:53 am

then and now.gifI didn’t get a chance to comment on the fact that December 7th was the 65th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour. But this cartoon from Cox and Forkum sums up the difference in attitude then and now. We’ve moved on a lot, haven’t we?  

1 IN A 100

By ATWadmin On December 9th, 2006 at 9:36 am

I see it’s reported that only one in 100 Christmas cards sold in Britain contains any religious imagery or message. Despite the vast majority carrying the word ‘Christmas’ – about 2,920, or 54%, of them on the front – many wished only ‘Seasons Greetings’ and others did not have a message. Hundreds of cards avoided any image linked to Christmas at all – including fir trees, baubles, snowmen or Santa Claus.

Who’ surprised? Britain has slumped into a post-Christian slump, and whilst it takes other religious festivals such as Eid and Diwali are  taken increasingly seriously, Christianity is ignored. Maybe it should be “Secular Salutations” on the cards sent these days.  

As for those religious groups and MPs who warn that the multi-million pound Christmas card industry is losing sight of the real reason for celebrating the festive period. Get Real! The reason for THEIR season is profit, end of discussion!

It’s not the demise of Christian-orientated Christmas Cards that depresses me, we have taken the Christ of out the celebration and into the void comes all sort of garbage. 


By ATWadmin On December 8th, 2006 at 10:49 pm

Here’s an ’80’s classic which I always have enjoyed….great driving lyric!


By ATWadmin On December 8th, 2006 at 4:49 pm

I’m against tolerance for the sake of tolerance and I profoundly differ with UK PM Tony Blair when he claims that tolerance is "what makes Britain" and that "we must be ready to defend this attitude"  Blair was cautiously suggesting that there is….

"…… new and virulent form of ideology associated with a minority of our Muslim community. It is not a problem with Britons of Hindu, Afro-Caribbean, Chinese or Polish origin. Nor is it a problem with the majority of the Muslim community."

He doesn’t specify what sort of size this "minority" might be because he daren’t. You can all guess why. It’s a BIG minority and Blair and the rest of the establishment are running scared of that statistic.

Blair waffles on about how multiculturalism isn’t dead – yet. Fine. It can survive – but Britain can’t unless we utterly reject the multiculti article of faith that liberals desperately still espouse! Islam is incompatible with democracy, but Blair avoids this harsh truth. Better to pretend it’s all about being nice to each other and being oh-so-tolerant. Well, I have no tolerance for Jihadists, for their evil gospel of terrorism and for those fools who deny this exists. Neither should you.