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normannomates 4:57 Wed Oct 23
Mrs T
Absolute legend and a reminder of how soft this once great pleasant land has become.. Like the fucked farmer and his soup
IRONS FOREVER

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Son of Sam 9:46 Thu Oct 24
Re: Mrs T
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kE6SqUlINt0

Eerie Descent 5:44 Thu Oct 24
Re: Mrs T
She ain't gettin on no plane

mallard 4:09 Thu Oct 24
Re: Mrs T
Queens Fish Bar 12:40 Thu Oct 24
Re: Mrs T
Working class people continue to vote against their best interests.

Too many influenced by S*n or Daily Heil.







Quite possibly the best political post this site has seen for years

riosleftsock 4:09 Thu Oct 24
Re: Mrs T
Sorry Chill.

You are correct again. Wedgy Benn, Jeremy Dustbyn and Arthur Scargill were opposed on principle.

ChillTheKeel 4:05 Thu Oct 24
Re: Mrs T
Almost everyone was.
_____

Behave man!

riosleftsock 3:57 Thu Oct 24
Re: Mrs T
tle

Almost everyone was. It was a British idea.

the exile 3:51 Thu Oct 24
Re: Mrs T
only1billybonds 11:07 Thu Oct 24
Re: Mrs T
If someone with her steel (not politics) had led the Brexit negotiations from the start we would be well out by now with the EU thankful that we trade with them.


And there we have it - the Brexit delusion in one mouthful.

the last eastender 3:13 Thu Oct 24
Re: Mrs T
Maggie was a big fan of the single market.
Stick that on the side of a bus.

Nagel 2:58 Thu Oct 24
Re: Mrs T
Have you ever been to Sheffield? I bet he's looked at as a posh cunt there.

Lee Trundle 2:45 Thu Oct 24
Re: Mrs T
You haven't seen the Mayor of Sheffield then?

https://ichef.bbci.co.uk/news/1024/cpsprodpb/D444/production/_101604345_majid-2.jpg

Nagel 2:27 Thu Oct 24
Re: Mrs T
How the fuck was she working class? Her Dad owned his own business and was the mayor of the town. That ain't working class to me.

WestArt 2:17 Thu Oct 24
Re: Mrs T
arsegrapes

Yeah, let's all hear it for working class Maggie. Born over t'grocers shop in Grantham......

She may have been born into the working class, but that's where the affinity ended. Didn't take her long to lose the accent and then embrace the middle/upper class loathing of the working class and by extension, and especially, football fans.

If she had had her way, we would would have all been chipped and penned in behind electric fences at the match.

ChillTheKeel 12:45 Thu Oct 24
Re: Mrs T
She was a woman too (allegedly) but had little time for them either.

Queens Fish Bar 12:40 Thu Oct 24
Re: Mrs T
Working class people continue to vote against their best interests.

Too many influenced by S*n or Daily Heil.

ChillTheKeel 12:39 Thu Oct 24
Re: Mrs T
And? She hated that fact.

arsegrapes 12:21 Thu Oct 24
Re: Mrs T
Contempt and loathing for working class people? Miss Roberts was brought up hard working class living above the family greengrocers shop in Grantham, can’t get any more hard working class than that.

https://www.awesomestories.com/asset/view/ABOVE-the-SHOP-in-GRANTHAM-The-Iron-Lady

riosleftsock 12:12 Thu Oct 24
Re: Mrs T
Westside 12:01 Thu Oct 24

Labour closed more actually which is why XR love them so.

Lee Trundle 12:08 Thu Oct 24
Re: Mrs T
In reality it was a couple of parties in shitholes (Brixton and Glasgow) where a couple of hundred turned up.

ChillTheKeel 12:06 Thu Oct 24
Re: Mrs T
Showed up how much scum there is in the country though when many had street parties after her death.
________

THATCHERFLAKE

Westside 12:01 Thu Oct 24
Re: Mrs T
Surprised Extinction Rebellion, don't have her as their idol, given how many coal mines she shut down.

WestArt 11:14 Thu Oct 24
Re: Mrs T
Norm, you surely forget the utter contempt and loathing she had for football, it's fans and working class people in general?

Malevolent and hateful c*nt of the highest order....

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