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April 10, 2013

Margaret Thatcher's Death Celebrations On The Streets Of Brixton, Bristol, Liverpool, Derry & Glasgow, Erupt In Violence, Leaving 6 Officers Wounded; More "Death Parties" Planned For Funeral Date Of Next Wednesday.

Hundreds of people gathered in South London, Bristol, Liverpool, Derry and Glasgow, on Monday and Tuesday evenings, respectively, to celebrate Margaret Thatcher’s death with cans of beer, pints of milk and an impromptu street disco playing the soundtrack to her years in power. Some even popped champagne.

Young and old descended on Brixton, a suburb which weathered two outbreaks of rioting during the Thatcher years. Many expressed jubilation that the leader they loved to hate was no more; others spoke of frustration that her legacy lived on.
To cheers of “Maggie Maggie Maggie, dead dead dead”, posters of Thatcher were held aloft as reggae basslines pounded. 
Clive Barger, a 62-year-old adult education tutor, said he had turned out to mark the passing of “one of the vilest abominations of social and economic history”. He said:
“It is a moment to remember. She embodied everything that was so elitist in terms of repressing people who had nothing. She presided over a class war.”
Builder Phil Lewis, 47, a veteran of the 1990 poll tax riots, said he had turned out to recall the political struggles the Thatcher years had embroiled him in…
“She ripped the arsehole out of this country and we are still suffering the consequences.”
Not all those attending were old enough to remember Thatcher’s time in power. Jed Miller, 21, clutching a bottle of cider, said:
“She was a bit before my time, but family never had anything good to say about her.”
Not all were there to celebrate. Student Ray Thornton, 28, said he was there to commemorate “victims” of Thatcherism. He said:
“It is a solemn day. It is important to remember that Thatcherism isn’t dead and it is important that people get out on the street and not allow the government to whitewash what she did.”

Gosh...I know this is meant to be serious n' all...but why can't I keep a straight face? I'm trying to...honest, I am. I certainly would not wish anyone dead, talk less of popping champagne and celebrating; however, I'll admit that this is hilarious! Our 'iron lady' doesn't deserve this. These people are so cruel mehn! *wipes tears from eyes*  I'm laughing so much, I can hardly type again. Click here and here to continue reading. RIP Baroness Thatcher.

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