Baroness Thatcher

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#1
The BBC have bumped Baroness Thatcher's obituary up to priority.

It would seem as if the old girl's on her last legs.

More is the pity as we could do with a quick dose of Thatcherism now.
 
#3
I'm dusting off my dancing shoes as we speak.

do we really have to wait for the f ucking disgusting creature to die before we plant it?

I would imagine they'll either have to rope off her grave, or install a disco style lit dancefloor.
 

the_boy_syrup

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#4
I'd take her over any of the fukcwits who have followed her any day of the week and twice on a Sunday

No doubt Ashie and Sven will be rejoicing
 

Grownup_Rafbrat

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#5
Don't forget the sharpened stakes, just to make sure she's really dead.

When the time comes, obviously.
 
#6
Whatever you think of Thatcher she said what she believed in, she said what she was going to do and then she went out and did it. Tony Blair did nothing - even now we don't know what he believed in and he changed very little.
 
#7
I'll be smashing fcukwits who don't understand what happened in the 80s in the face come the dark day if I hear one of them celebrating in earshot of me. god bless her, and may she live a bit longer yet...
 
#8
Despite the mixed opinions about her at least Thatcher had a spine and actually took risks in order to pull this country out of the state it was in. Shame to see this all ruined by the Liarbour cnuts who have followed.
 
#9
shortfuse said:
I'm dusting off my dancing shoes as we speak.

do we really have to wait for the f ucking disgusting creature to die before we plant it?

I would imagine they'll either have to rope off her grave, or install a disco style lit dancefloor.
I presume you must be some 'right one' fcukwit who spent the 80s banging on about the rights of the coal miners and shipbuilders.
 

the_boy_syrup

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#10
ubuntu said:
shortfuse said:
I'm dusting off my dancing shoes as we speak.

do we really have to wait for the f ucking disgusting creature to die before we plant it?

I would imagine they'll either have to rope off her grave, or install a disco style lit dancefloor.
I presume you must be some 'right one' fcukwit who spent the 80s banging on about the rights of the coal miners and shipbuilders.
Go to some areas of Yorkshire and there's 6 year old kids banging on about Thatcher closing t'pit

No doubt there will be mass celebrations amongst the unwashed
 
#11
Sentinel said:
Whatever you think of Thatcher she said what she believed in, she said what she was going to do and then she went out and did it. Tony Blair did nothing - even now we don't know what he believed in and he changed very little.
I disagree with that.

She SAID she was fighting our corner in Europe. In fact she signed the Single European Act.
She SAID the NHS was safe in her hands, in fact she privatised as much of it as she could.
She SAID that our public utilities had to be privatised so they could borrow money for improvement, and presided over a scramble for profit at the expense of service.
She SAID she would improve the railways, yet developed a model where the economics of the madhouse prevails (that's also due to Portaloo the Spaniard).
She SAID she would reduce the civil service, and presided over the outsourcing of public duties to the lowest bidder, whilst her 'people like us' made fortunes from consultancy, telling her how to give the work to the other arms of their companies.
She and her 'people like us' started the trend of ministers moving into the businesses they'd helped privatise.

She deliberately allowed a fertile island built on coal and surrounded by fish to give / sell all its assets to the lowest bidder. Harold MacMillan summed her up with his quote about selling the family silver.

Dancing shoes? We should have a national party when the witch is dead.
And ..... breathe.
 
#13
the_boy_syrup said:
ubuntu said:
shortfuse said:
I'm dusting off my dancing shoes as we speak.

do we really have to wait for the f ucking disgusting creature to die before we plant it?

I would imagine they'll either have to rope off her grave, or install a disco style lit dancefloor.
I presume you must be some 'right one' fcukwit who spent the 80s banging on about the rights of the coal miners and shipbuilders.
Go to some areas of Yorkshire and there's 6 year old kids banging on about Thatcher closing t'pit

No doubt there will be mass celebrations amongst the unwashed
Exactly. I couldn't give a flying fcuk what the self-elected underclass think.
 
#14
ubuntu said:
shortfuse said:
I'm dusting off my dancing shoes as we speak.

do we really have to wait for the f ucking disgusting creature to die before we plant it?

I would imagine they'll either have to rope off her grave, or install a disco style lit dancefloor.
I presume you must be some 'right one' fcukwit who spent the 80s banging on about the rights of the coal miners and shipbuilders.
Right one?

No not really I spent the latter part of the eighties in uniform, good job really as she was busy f ucking dosmantling society outside of the mob, then if you remember turned her snipping shears inwards.

Take off those rose tinted specs you bell end she was a horrible old c unt.

Maybe we should have a public holiday in celeb.... er... honour of her passing with its own song for the day?

"Ding dong the witch is dead".

The only plus point of her not ACTUALLY being dead yet is the fact she gets a few more days of confused incontinent pain before she shuffles off to hell.

then it's break out the champers.
 

old_fat_and_hairy

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#15
Grownup_Rafbrat said:
Sentinel said:
Whatever you think of Thatcher she said what she believed in, she said what she was going to do and then she went out and did it. Tony Blair did nothing - even now we don't know what he believed in and he changed very little.
I disagree with that.

She SAID she was fighting our corner in Europe. In fact she signed the Single European Act.
She SAID the NHS was safe in her hands, in fact she privatised as much of it as she could.
She SAID that our public utilities had to be privatised so they could borrow money for improvement, and presided over a scramble for profit at the expense of service.
She SAID she would improve the railways, yet developed a model where the economics of the madhouse prevails (that's also due to Portaloo the Spaniard).
She SAID she would reduce the civil service, and presided over the outsourcing of public duties to the lowest bidder, whilst her 'people like us' made fortunes from consultancy, telling her how to give the work to the other arms of their companies.
She and her 'people like us' started the trend of ministers moving into the businesses they'd helped privatise.

She deliberately allowed a fertile island built on coal and surrounded by fish to give / sell all its assets to the lowest bidder. Harold MacMillan summed her up with his quote about selling the family silver.

Dancing shoes? We should have a national party when the witch is dead.
And ..... breathe.
You know, as much as I respect you, adore you, and admire you, I have to disagree with you.
besodes, she had great legs.
 
#16
shortfuse said:
ubuntu said:
shortfuse said:
I'm dusting off my dancing shoes as we speak.

do we really have to wait for the f ucking disgusting creature to die before we plant it?

I would imagine they'll either have to rope off her grave, or install a disco style lit dancefloor.
I presume you must be some 'right one' fcukwit who spent the 80s banging on about the rights of the coal miners and shipbuilders.
Right one?

No not really I spent the latter part of the eighties in uniform, good job really as she was busy f ucking dosmantling society outside of the mob, then if you remember turned her snipping shears inwards.

Take off those rose tinted specs you bell end she was a horrible old c unt.

Maybe we should have a public holiday in celeb.... er... honour of her passing with its own song for the day?

"Ding dong the witch is dead".

The only plus point of her not ACTUALLY being dead yet is the fact she gets a few more days of confused incontinent pain before she shuffles off to hell.

then it's break out the champers.
Now hang on!
I can't stand by whilst you defame one of the UK's greatest leaders since Churchill.

Would you care to reflect on some of the positive aspects of her time in office?
 
#17
shortfuse said:
ubuntu said:
shortfuse said:
I'm dusting off my dancing shoes as we speak.

do we really have to wait for the f ucking disgusting creature to die before we plant it?

I would imagine they'll either have to rope off her grave, or install a disco style lit dancefloor.
I presume you must be some 'right one' fcukwit who spent the 80s banging on about the rights of the coal miners and shipbuilders.
Right one?

No not really I spent the latter part of the eighties in uniform, good job really as she was busy f ucking dosmantling society outside of the mob, then if you remember turned her snipping shears inwards.

Take off those rose tinted specs you bell end she was a horrible old c unt.

Maybe we should have a public holiday in celeb.... er... honour of her passing with its own song for the day?

"Ding dong the witch is dead".

The only plus point of her not ACTUALLY being dead yet is the fact she gets a few more days of confused incontinent pain before she shuffles off to hell.

then it's break out the champers.
aww life's tough when you didn't have the foresight to get a second income. She did what was required to drag the country out of the sh't and it worked. I wasn't nice for a lot but she cut out a lot of the dead flesh from the economy. Just stings a bit if you were part of the dead flesh.
 
#18
She got some things wrong, she got some things right.

I liked her despite her failures. But she made a lot of people feel good about Britain for a while, the toads that have followed her haven't done that. While everyone talks about how bad Thatcherism was, they carefully avoid saying how her sucessors have actually done very little to correct it.

Anyway can you actually see Tony or Gordo having the will to dig the Argies out of the islands? White flags all round I reckon.
 
#19
She wasn't too far off the mark with her speeches was she?? We could do with these ones and mentality now...

"I think we've been through a period where too many people have been given to understand that if they have a problem, it's the government's job to cope with it. 'I have a problem, I'll get a grant.' 'I'm homeless, the government must house me.

They're casting their problem on society. And, you know, there is no such thing as society. There are individual men and women, and there are families. And no government can do anything except through people, and people must look to themselves first. It's our duty to look after ourselves and then, also to look after our neighbour. People have got the entitlements too much in mind, without the obligations. There's no such thing as entitlement, unless someone has first met an obligation"

and.....

"Unless we change our ways and our direction, our greatness as a nation will soon be a footnote in the history books, a distant memory of an offshore island, lost in the mists of time like Camelot, remembered kindly for its noble past."

and finally.... for those that hate her....

"If you set out to be liked, you would be prepared to compromise on anything at any time, and you would achieve nothing."
 
#20
old_fat_and_hairy said:
Grownup_Rafbrat said:
Sentinel said:
Whatever you think of Thatcher she said what she believed in, she said what she was going to do and then she went out and did it. Tony Blair did nothing - even now we don't know what he believed in and he changed very little.
I disagree with that.

She SAID she was fighting our corner in Europe. In fact she signed the Single European Act.
She SAID the NHS was safe in her hands, in fact she privatised as much of it as she could.
She SAID that our public utilities had to be privatised so they could borrow money for improvement, and presided over a scramble for profit at the expense of service.
She SAID she would improve the railways, yet developed a model where the economics of the madhouse prevails (that's also due to Portaloo the Spaniard).
She SAID she would reduce the civil service, and presided over the outsourcing of public duties to the lowest bidder, whilst her 'people like us' made fortunes from consultancy, telling her how to give the work to the other arms of their companies.
She and her 'people like us' started the trend of ministers moving into the businesses they'd helped privatise.

She deliberately allowed a fertile island built on coal and surrounded by fish to give / sell all its assets to the lowest bidder. Harold MacMillan summed her up with his quote about selling the family silver.

Dancing shoes? We should have a national party when the witch is dead.
And ..... breathe.
You know, as much as I respect you, adore you, and admire you, I have to disagree with you.
besodes, she had great legs.
My legs are better, longer, younger, fitter and less varicose. Good for dancing.

And I didn't steal someone else's husband just because he was an oil millionaire who could launch my political career.
 

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