He wants to be King of Europe next, so a Europe wide month of mourning would ensue.
How many of his /British troops would it take to get the European throne?
HATE the self-serving toadying ,ARRSe licking puppet of Dubya's. HATE HIM
Give her a state funeral in Liverpool. I grew up there and left school in 1981, so Iâm one of the âmatureâ members who knows exactly what the venomous old bat did in the late 70âs and early 80âs.
My fellow Scousers will give her a fitting send off, and thereâs enough sh!t floating in the Mersey already, so one more bit wonât be noticed.
Please be so kind as to tell about the state of the UK economy in 79.
The decade of the 70s had left UK in Sh1t order and it took someone of Maggei's stature to sort it out. There was no eles on the political seance, NO ONE. She sorted out UK and bitter twist people has used her as whipping 'boy' for their misfortune ever since.
I too cum from the North West and there's no coal mines or cotton mills left in my own town or anywhere I know of.
If matters had been left to the Hiers of Wilson and Heath, two of the worst PM's UK has ever know I doubt the would be a UK as we know know it.
But of course thats exactly what of the some of the bitter twisted Gits always wanted.
When I first glimpsed this I thought for a moment the bastard had died! Shame on you Pomps for giving me false hope.
I don't believe the PM is entitled to a state funeral unless he dies in office (knifed in the back by the Chancellor). But there are so many things that previous governments weren't entitled to that this government have diddled out of the system.
Itâs true that the unions were excessively powerful in the late 70âs, I wonât dispute that. Thatcher however, set out to break that power by deliberately targeting the working class.
She decided to destroy the NUM, for instance, by destroying the coal mining industry, knowing full well that it would have a devastating effect on the mining communities, on the people who earned a living in the mines and on all the other businesses that depended on their income â and she didnât give a damn about them.
The working class was just collateral damage in her battle with the unions, and the mass unemployment when she was PM was a deliberate policy to keep those who still had jobs fearful and compliant so they wouldnât complain about low pay and poor conditions. Her entire domestic political and economic strategy was based on exploiting the working class to make the rich richer while throwing a few scraps to the middle class to make them believe they were better off. Itâs the votes of the middle class that really decide who forms a government, and she gave them just enough to keep them voting for her.
Thereâll be celebrations when the devil finally gets his pitchfork into her, and Iâll be one of the ones celebrating.