Thursday, April 11, 2013

In Britain are celebrating the natural death of Thatcher


After yesterday's reports of the death of former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in London, Glasgow and Bristol began spontaneously arise public celebration.


In front of the Ritzy cinema in Brixton gathered hundreds of people who have discovered the champagne, burned images of Thatcher and chanted "Maggie, Maggie, Maggie is dead, dead, dead."

In Brisbane noted the death of 200 people gathered Thatcher, which resulted in clashes with police in which six policemen were affected. Celebrations with drinking and were on the streets of Glasgow.


Former London Mayor Ken Livingstone said, "she has created today's housing crisis, because it has the banking crisis, it has created a crisis breaks.

In fact, every serious problem we face today is a legacy of the fact that it was fundamentally not right ", he concludes.

"We have long waited for the news of the death of Baroness Thatcher, and I can't say that I'm sorry. I am on it and will cause to not tear, "said General Secretary of the National Union of miners Chris Kitchen.


The Guardian editorial on Thatcher's death concludes "her legacy was to divide society, personal selfishness and the cult of greed".

In a column in The Daily Beast, singer Morrissey said: "as of the recording of the fact it can be argued that Thatcher was terror without a single atom of humanity."

A Labour Party spokesman said: "the [labor leader] Ed Miliband strongly condemned any commemoration of the death of Lady Thatcher. As he made clear yesterday, she was a major figure in British politics and on the world stage. Although the labour party did not agree with much of what she has done, we can respect her personal achievements. "

Anti-tètčerovskie celebrations planned for this week, will take place at the weekend with a celebration in Trafalgar Square in London.



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