UK Leftists Celebrate Thatcher’s Death


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Following the announcement of the death of Margaret Thatcher, tens of thousands of purely depraved people took to the streets in various enclaves and cities of the United Kingdom to celebrate her death.

UK Daily Mail: “Dancing On Maggie’s Grave: How The Left ‘Celebrated’ Baroness Thatcher’s Death With Smashed Shops And Anarchy In The Streets. Two women arrested for burglary after being found inside a shop. Barnardos shop front smashed in Brixton, south London. One policeman seriously injured after being pelted with bottles in Bristol.

“Hundreds took to the streets as macabre ‘Thatcher death parties’ were held late across the country last night, organised by critics of the ‘Iron Lady.’ In Bristol, seven police officers were injured – one seriously – as violence erupted at a street party of 200 people and officers were pelted with bottles, cans and rubbish.” They had to send out the riot cops.

Now, folks, Margaret Thatcher saved that country. Margaret Thatcher, I’m gonna give you a little historical perspective. Margaret Thatcher took over the leadership of Great Britain at a time when that country was in almost an identical situation as we are in this country today. Liberalism seemed to be empowered forever. There wasn’t any opposition leadership to speak of. There were no efforts to curtail the Labor Party and its march. The economy of Great Britain stunk. The unemployment rate was sky-high. Tax rates were sky-high. It was an absolute disaster. She took over that country and she reversed it and she turned it into an actual competing top-five worldwide power, economically.



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