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2013-04-09 11:54:08 AM

You'd turn it off when I was halfway across: DubtodaIll: It's funny that England still thinks it's important.

He said, joining a comment thread dedicated to discussing the British public's sarcastic reaction to the death of a PM who left office twenty years ago.

Cream of Meat: Can a resident limey give me a primer on this lady.  I'm guessing she's the female GWB from the comments above.

You know, even with all the vitriol that's been pissed in her direction the last two days that still may be one of the most insulting thing anyone's ever said about her. Excluding Palin comparisons of course.

She was Prime Minister of the UK in eighties (79-90), the first and, thus far only, woman to hold the role. She was very right-wing, hated communism and socialism and was good friends with Ronald Reagan (and Augustus Pinochet).

Britain was pretty socialist when she became Prime Minister and she undertook a substantial programme to reform/privatise/dismantle state owned industries. This involved putting a lot of people out of work and various parts of the country have never recovered economically. As you have seen there is still a great deal of resentment toward her because of that. A lot of people seem to believe that she inflicted irreparable changes
for the worse, although, I suspect that idea does tend to rely on an overly romaniticised view life pre-Thatcher.


Her approach to the Ireland situation was certainly pretty GWB-esque. Illegal detentions, trial without jury, Maze prison was practically a mini Guantanemo. Not that the IRA were angels, l but all she did was pour gasoline on the fire.
 
2013-04-09 11:56:08 AM
Yeah thanks setting labor relations back 50 years and stomping on human rights.

Cant wait to find out where they plant her so I can do the "dance"!

Dont look back in anger
 
2013-04-09 11:56:19 AM

Norfolking Chance:
The entire country was up shiat creek with rampant unemployment, nationalised industries that had dragged the country into bankruptcy and unions whose leadership were living the good life and wanted to be more powerful than the elected government.

While her medicine may have been bad something needed to be done and Labour had no idea what to do.


Well congrats on making a bad situation worse.

The unemployment numbers were a myth. They took all those workers and instead of calling them unemployed (which would have made the policy change look as bad as it was) they put people on "benefits" intended for those unable to work through disability. Now the number of people out of work is actually worse than before but masked because they were reclassified. Sound familiar? The US has a similar smoke and mirrors game where people who are underemployed or fall off the other end because they can't find work aren't counted.

Offshoring manufacturing so that the remaining local workforce has to compete with 3rd world labor rates creates a 3rd world standard of living here. Look at our roads, bridges, rail, education, healthcare infrastructure. All crumbling because of a severely reduced middle class wage earner tax base to pay for the trappings of civilization. Only the top 10% have the security our post WWII parents and grandparents had.

We're now a "service economy" with crap benefits and no retirement plans and poor safety nets for those who really need help. Welcome back to 1870.
 
2013-04-09 11:56:32 AM
There was initial confusion when it was suggested that Judy Garland's version is too short to qualify for the UK Top 40 charts, leading organisers to encourage people to buy Ella Fitzgerald's lengthier rendition.

I prefer the Vincent Price performance of "Over the Rainbow" from Dr. Phibes Rises Again
 
2013-04-09 11:58:08 AM

RoboZombie: Burn you hag!

/Compassionate conservative


I thought I was the only one!

The policy of hers that really, really got my back up was when she closed the mental hospitals and called it "Care in the Community". The mentally ill really are the most vulnerable members of our nation and she just chucked them out into the street. They were institutionalised for a reason - they couldn't cope. I've always been impressed by the sentiment "I like paying taxes. I use them to buy civilisation." If my taxes aren't buying enough civilisation to keep the mentally ill safe (from us, and us from them) then the government has failed.

That and she threw the primary and secondary sectors of the economy in my nation under the bus to keep her powerbase together in the Home Counties.

Her 'legacy' is a lie. She fabricated short-term prosperity by selling the family silver cheap to her cronies, backed up by squandering North Sea oil revenues when other nations were using it to build a sovereign fund to endow future governments with a stable income independent of taxation. As a fiscal conservative, she was pretty rubbish at balancing the books with the income she had.
 
2013-04-09 12:00:22 PM

leviosaurus: You'd turn it off when I was halfway across: DubtodaIll: It's funny that England still thinks it's important.

He said, joining a comment thread dedicated to discussing the British public's sarcastic reaction to the death of a PM who left office twenty years ago.

Cream of Meat: Can a resident limey give me a primer on this lady.  I'm guessing she's the female GWB from the comments above.

You know, even with all the vitriol that's been pissed in her direction the last two days that still may be one of the most insulting thing anyone's ever said about her. Excluding Palin comparisons of course.

She was Prime Minister of the UK in eighties (79-90), the first and, thus far only, woman to hold the role. She was very right-wing, hated communism and socialism and was good friends with Ronald Reagan (and Augustus Pinochet).

Britain was pretty socialist when she became Prime Minister and she undertook a substantial programme to reform/privatise/dismantle state owned industries. This involved putting a lot of people out of work and various parts of the country have never recovered economically. As you have seen there is still a great deal of resentment toward her because of that. A lot of people seem to believe that she inflicted irreparable changes
for the worse, although, I suspect that idea does tend to rely on an overly romaniticised view life pre-Thatcher.

Her approach to the Ireland situation was certainly pretty GWB-esque. Illegal detentions, trial without jury, Maze prison was practically a mini Guantanemo. Not that the IRA were angels, l but all she did was pour gasoline on the fire.


Oh yeah, but I as far as she was "like GWB", that's only where GWB was doing whatever Cheney told him to.

Actually that's not a bad description for Americans. Dick Cheney but with enough charm/personality to get elected to high office herself.
 
2013-04-09 12:01:10 PM
No matter what you thought of her, the poor woman is dead. Show some class.
 
2013-04-09 12:01:47 PM

stiletto_the_wise: To her credit, her policies killed fewer people than Hitler's. So, there's that.


Hitler's policies have pretty much run their course.. Thatcher's are very much ongoing
 
2013-04-09 12:03:12 PM
Keep it classy subby(and mod who gave teh green light). Pathetic
But calling a death cult a death cult get you 24 hrs free time, keep up the good work.
 
2013-04-09 12:03:53 PM

leviosaurus: Infinity370: To all whining rightwingers. You all celebrated when Chavez died, you hypocrites.

Yourenothelping.jpg

Chavez was *not* a liberal hero.


Never said that. On the other hand, many on the right do believe that he was a ''liberal hero'' and celebrated his death as a big fark you to the entire ''left''. And now they have the nerve to tell others to be polite?
 
2013-04-09 12:05:26 PM

lohphat: Marine1:

Dude. It's been thirty farking years. If you can't find a way to escape a situation in that length of time, it's not Margaret Thatcher's fault that you're where you are.

Right working retail service jobs with no pension was a way out.

Note the same has happened in the US.

we used to have a stable manufacturing sector which provided reliable employment and a pension so you wouldn't be eating dogfood on the street after age 65.

Most of that is now gone.

No pensions. Companies neglecting their contractual obligations to fund retirement plans only to have their responsibilities to their employees excused by bankruptcy courts. In the case of UAL they tried to have the government take over the pensions (privatized gains, socialized losses) Savings and "safe" investments destroyed via bank deregulation and insolvency. Seniors having to work to survive keeping jobs out of the hands of the younger generations. Etc.

The destabilization of the middle class also reduces the ability to contribute tax revenue to feed our ever growing debt payments -- mostly for wars we didn't need. Note the deficit and debt skyrocketed during the 80s as Reagan put our "prosperity" on a credit card his generation didn't have to pay off. But no. The wealthy need more tax cuts and offshoring of assets.

The US and the UK are banana republics with a huge gap between the haves and the have nots with the worst social mobility gap since the 1930s.

If you look at the wealthy class in these countries it's usually people from the financial sector and foreign oligharchies with the wealth, not the bootstrappy smart guy who won through a meritocracy.


Which is why I see plenty of people at my university on Pell grants that will be upwardly mobile upon their graduation.
 
2013-04-09 12:10:33 PM

dopekitty74: DesktopHippie: The Tories might have found it a bit easier to take the moral high ground if they hadn't spent the last week using the murder of 6 children as a platform for cutting welfare.

What? Apparently I've missed something...


You're lucky.

A-hole with a history of violence against women decided to set his ex's house on fire so he could blame her for it and one-up her in their custody case, arranging a friend of his to charge in and rescue six of his kids who would be in the house at the time. Not thinking his cunning plan the whole way through, his friend couldn't get anywhere near his kids in the ensuing inferno and they died. A-hole prison time for it this week, along with his new girlfriend and his friend.

Cue the Tory government blaming the tragedy on the fact that the family was on welfare and their violent, disjointed lives were being "subsidised" by the government. Because clearly every person in Britain who has ever lost a job or has been too ill to work is a scrounging layabout willing to put kids in danger in an effort to screw other people.
 
2013-04-09 12:10:42 PM

pagansexgod: Do we accept people celebrating the death of another human being now, has our society fallen so low that celebrating someones death is acceptable and not in anyway poor taste or vulgar! Respect for human life is at an all time low. NRA you have won, arm everyone, because people dying is ok now


People have always celebrated others deaths.

This is not new in humanity.
 
2013-04-09 12:11:00 PM

Infinity370: leviosaurus: Infinity370: To all whining rightwingers. You all celebrated when Chavez died, you hypocrites.

Yourenothelping.jpg

Chavez was *not* a liberal hero.

Never said that. On the other hand, many on the right do believe that he was a ''liberal hero'' and celebrated his death as a big fark you to the entire ''left''. And now they have the nerve to tell others to be polite?


BUT MOMMY!! BILLY DID IT TOO!
 
2013-04-09 12:11:50 PM

Infinity370: leviosaurus: Infinity370: To all whining rightwingers. You all celebrated when Chavez died, you hypocrites.

Yourenothelping.jpg

Chavez was *not* a liberal hero.

Never said that. On the other hand, many on the right do believe that he was a ''liberal hero'' and celebrated his death as a big fark you to the entire ''left''. And now they have the nerve to tell others to be polite?


Sure sounded like you were drawing an equivalence. Save your comparisons for when Clinton passes away. The teatards will be blowing each other in the streets.
 
2013-04-09 12:12:57 PM
When I first heard the news, I feared that Cher actually died. Then I found out it was Margaret Thatcher so I felt a great sense of relief.
 
2013-04-09 12:14:19 PM

Marine1: The difference between the people that hated Thatcher and those who aren't dancing on her grave is that the ones who have a modicum of respect for her are doing something with their lives that doesn't include impotent rage on the internet.


You're right. There are people actually having massive parties in all the major cities of the UK, and not on the net. I do love a good party. Off to Ryanair to check on ticket prices to London
 
2013-04-09 12:16:21 PM

TeDDD: The Irresponsible Captain: [i.imgur.com image 850x602]

"Uh, Stephan, what are 'Phlembots'?"


I was too afraid to ask...
 
2013-04-09 12:19:43 PM

leviosaurus: Infinity370: leviosaurus: Infinity370: To all whining rightwingers. You all celebrated when Chavez died, you hypocrites.

Yourenothelping.jpg

Chavez was *not* a liberal hero.

Never said that. On the other hand, many on the right do believe that he was a ''liberal hero'' and celebrated his death as a big fark you to the entire ''left''. And now they have the nerve to tell others to be polite?

Sure sounded like you were drawing an equivalence. Save your comparisons for when Clinton passes away. The teatards will be blowing each other in the streets.


Pffft.........after W and Obama we already miss Clinton.
 
2013-04-09 12:24:05 PM
Done in one.
 
2013-04-09 12:25:59 PM
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2013-04-09 12:28:39 PM

Infinity370: To all whining rightwingers. You all celebrated when Chavez died, you hypocrites.


Really?  Try out your google foo on 'thatcher death party' compared to 'chavez death party' and observe the difference.
 
2013-04-09 12:28:45 PM
I'm a little confused at the hagiograpic masturbation she's garnering in the US, given the bulk of the population in the UK consider her a rather wicked, heartless human being.

We're the ones who had to live with her policies.
 
2013-04-09 12:30:20 PM

stuffy: No matter what you thought of her, the poor woman is dead. Show some class.


I bet you were there in Hitler's bunker, asking everyone to be a bit nicer, the poor man had just been shot.
 
2013-04-09 12:30:49 PM
It's good to see that Britons are standing up to a dead woman.

Afterwards, we can review a list of already disposed dictators and say how much we hate them.
 
2013-04-09 12:32:09 PM

cirby: GDP and public spending by classification - % change in real terms 1979/80 to 1989/90
GDP. +23.3
Total government spending +12.9
Law and order +53.3
Employment and training +33.3
Health +31.8
Social security +31.8
Transport −5.8
Trade and industry −38.2
Housing −67.0
Defence −3.3


It's hilarious that one of the biggest issues the left has with Thatcher is her housing initiative - it was designed to get people out of government-owned housing and into self-owned housing. A great evil, apparently,

Of course, one of the prominent themes in housing policy in the US by the Democrats over the last few decades has been... to try and get poorer people into self-owned housing.

On the other hand, she presided over a huge increase in the NHS. Which was apparently also evil, even though it's the number one thing that leftists love unreservedly now.


Not to get into the broader sweep of the Thatcher debate, but the long-term impact of Right-to-Buy, the initiative Thatcher used to move people from council to private housing, should not be understated.

Effectively, individuals in local government housing were allowed to purchase their properties at a price that was below the market value of the home. The original goal was, purportedly, to encourage private ownership. What inevitably occurred was every council tenant realising they could buy their property, and  sell it immediately for some quick cash, moving them up the housing 'ladder'.

The social housing stock was decimated, and has never been successfully replaced. Local councils have been unwilling to fund new construction knowing they may be forced to sell their properties at a loss by central government.  This has had a serious long term effect, as individuals on low incomes have been unable to secure housing. The sale of council properties directly contributed to the spiralling house price boom-and-busts between the eighties and the crash of the last few years.

Effectively, Thatchers Right-To-Buy bought her an election - a lot of ex-council tenants were very grateful for the opportunity to make themselves a tidy profit, and the people who bought off them, at a still relatively cheap price, were also moderately willing to vote Tory as a consequence. But it also exacerbated our dependence on housing as a means of holding wealth, and has severely constrained our non-private housing stock, with negative social impacts - at the moment there is discussion on the need to move individuals who require housing out of economic centres like London, and into the areas of the country with more available housing. But those areas are more economically depressed, and don'yt welcome a tide of the dispossessed, unconnected and unemployed, which would in itself lead to a negative economic spiral.

Right-to-buy also led to the rise of Buy-to-let; many ex-council houses were bought at a relatively knock down price, and promply put on the rental market; as a consequence of the lack of decent government housing stock to act as a baseline, rents are now spiralling alongside house prices.

Then there's the difficulty of people who do  needhelp, who do  needa place to live not being able to get one.

Hopefully this helps indicate:
1) It's not as simple as 'government ownership bad, private ownership good'
2) Why some people are fans of Thatcher (it's not the only reason, but certainly had an impact)
3) Why some people, both at the time and now, are  notfans
 
2013-04-09 12:33:40 PM

pdee: Infinity370: To all whining rightwingers. You all celebrated when Chavez died, you hypocrites.

Really?  Try out your google foo on 'thatcher death party' compared to 'chavez death party' and observe the difference.



Who in the US was directly impacted by Chavez? Who even knew anything about him beyond talking points?


Anyone over 30 in the UK (and then their parents if not them) personally witnessed what Thatcher did to this country, and their lives.


Funnily enough, one of the only things Thatcher did that the majority of the UK agrees with is the Falklands, which the US apparently either doesn't give two craps about or thinks she was wrong.
 
2013-04-09 12:36:11 PM

cirby: GDP and public spending by classification - % change in real terms 1979/80 to 1989/90
GDP. +23.3
Total government spending +12.9
Law and order +53.3
Employment and training +33.3
Health +31.8
Social security +31.8
Transport −5.8
Trade and industry −38.2
Housing −67.0
Defence −3.3


It's hilarious that one of the biggest issues the left has with Thatcher is her housing initiative - it was designed to get people out of government-owned housing and into self-owned housing. A great evil, apparently,

Of course, one of the prominent themes in housing policy in the US by the Democrats over the last few decades has been... to try and get poorer people into self-owned housing.

On the other hand, she presided over a huge increase in the NHS. Which was apparently also evil, even though it's the number one thing that leftists love unreservedly now.



You clearly have no idea why Right-to-Buy became a disaster, or even understand why it's controversial.
 
2013-04-09 12:36:22 PM

Bungles: I'm a little confused at the hagiograpic masturbation she's garnering in the US, given the bulk of the population in the UK consider her a rather wicked, heartless human being.

We're the ones who had to live with her policies.


Yes, it also puzzles me as to why the moonbat conservidouches here are blaming American "Libs" for Englands celebrating.


Seems to me, that hey, they lived under her, they have the right to either mourn, or celebrate her death as they see fit.

But, hey, stay classy conservidouches.
 
2013-04-09 12:39:19 PM

The Irresponsible Captain: TeDDD: The Irresponsible Captain: [i.imgur.com image 850x602]

"Uh, Stephan, what are 'Phlembots'?"

I was too afraid to ask...


"It's that thing where two midgets hide in a trash can and spit on the poor if they get too close."
 
2013-04-09 12:41:37 PM

Marine1:
Which is why I see plenty of people at my university on Pell grants that will be upwardly mobile upon their graduation.


What is the percentage of all students is that? What other developed countries burden their students with 6 figure inexcusable debt?
 
2013-04-09 12:43:23 PM

lohphat: Now the number of people out of work is actually worse than before but masked because they were reclassified. Sound familiar? The US has a similar smoke and mirrors game where people who are underemployed or fall off the other end because they can't find work aren't counted.


true dat...

http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2013/03/disability-insur an ce-americas-124-billion-secret-welfare-program/274302/
 
2013-04-09 12:45:18 PM

Private_Citizen: Pretty much this. She was a rich, rich woman who had all the sympathy for poor people that a butcher has for cattle. Had oil revenue from the North Sea not started pouring into the coffers, her legacy would be a warning about the dangers of austerity and regulation busting - but the extra cash hid the real cost of her policies.


Well not to mention sucking about a thousand quid per capita out of Scotland.  Lady had nothing remotely resembling morals.
 
2013-04-09 12:48:28 PM

gibbon1: Private_Citizen: Pretty much this. She was a rich, rich woman who had all the sympathy for poor people that a butcher has for cattle. Had oil revenue from the North Sea not started pouring into the coffers, her legacy would be a warning about the dangers of austerity and regulation busting - but the extra cash hid the real cost of her policies.

Well not to mention sucking about a thousand quid per capita out of Scotland.  Lady had nothing remotely resembling morals.


She did try to end Sunday trading laws though, and was pro-choice and (for the time) pro-gay rights.

Politics isn't quite so black and white in the UK as it is in the US.
 
2013-04-09 12:50:29 PM

SwiftFox: There was initial confusion when it was suggested that Judy Garland's version is too short to qualify for the UK Top 40 charts, leading organisers to encourage people to buy Ella Fitzgerald's lengthier rendition.

I prefer the Vincent Price performance of "Over the Rainbow" from Dr. Phibes Rises Again


A Dr. Phibes reference? In my Fark? Awwwwww, yeah!

Whoever you are -- I love you, Mang! (No homo).

Now back to, "America's Wildest Poo Flinging Trolls," already in progress. . .
 
2013-04-09 12:58:15 PM

Cream of Meat: Can a resident limey give me a primer on this lady.  I'm guessing she's the female GWB from the comments above.


She made GWB look like a bleeding-heart limousine liberal. Even Reagan looks like a pussy-cat beside her.

She was the kind of British Conservative who mourns for Ebenezer Scrooge going "wet" after the three ghosts of Socialism Past, Present and Future visit him on Christmas eve.
 
2013-04-09 01:05:54 PM
Oh glorious day!

i1.mirror.co.uk
patdollard.com
static.euronews.com
www.rightwingnews.com
static.belfasttelegraph.co.uk

We've been waiting YEARS for this. And do you know, I never thought I'd say this but for once I actually want Cameron and Osborne to follow in her footsteps.
 
2013-04-09 01:08:27 PM

Esc7: Again, apparently I'm the libbiest lib in the world for not adoring Margret Thatcher.

I may respect her for being England's first woman prime minister, and having the resolve to more or less successfully win the Falkland's War.  But her economic philosophy is not popular with me and her actions implementing it were horrid.

But since I'm not falling over myself lionizing her I'm a lib and all libs are classless.

You ever stop and wonder WHY people hate her?  WHY so many people don't like her or other conservative policies?

It's so unfair!  We hate things that harm us!  We should be so much more respectful of those that spit in our faces, take our money for the rich, tell us we're going to hell, question our patriotism and make our lives worse!


Are you intentionally ignoring the economic state of britain prior to her election when talking down her economic views? She improved that country economically.
 
2013-04-09 01:11:09 PM

Infinity370: To all whining rightwingers. You all celebrated when Chavez died, you hypocrites.

Umm, no. I didn't do a munchkin dance when Teddy Kennedy died either

 
2013-04-09 01:16:07 PM

enik: Liberals are classy and not at all vindictive.


bobbiblogger.files.wordpress.com

No one could be as classy as Thatcher
 
2013-04-09 01:18:03 PM
I don't love or hate her, but I still respect her. I hate how nasty people are. I am also sick of Obama is a Communist!!! crap. To be honest it is difficult to respect Obama and I have my reasons for that. I still wouldn't throw a party celebrating his death. That just makes people look like retards.

I remember when Nixon died my American History teacher celebrated. I couldn't understand why. He hadn't been president for years and had no influence on politics. So why celebrate an elderly man's death?

Chavez was a full retard. Still didn't celebrate his death. The man suffered from cancer. Why should I celebrate that?
 
2013-04-09 01:21:35 PM
Most of the Brits whinging about Thatcher must have forgotten how bad it was in the late 70s. I don't think there is anyone that completely agrees with everything Thatcher did, but the glee over her death is sickening.
 
2013-04-09 01:21:58 PM

lilbjorn: enik: Liberals are classy and not at all vindictive.

[bobbiblogger.files.wordpress.com image 468x292]

No one could be as classy as Thatcher



To be fair, he was a terrorist...

As anyone watching season 2 of Battlestar Galactica knows, terrorism isn't always bad.,...
 
2013-04-09 01:23:40 PM

justinguarini4ever: Most of the Brits whinging about Thatcher must have forgotten how bad it was in the late 70s. I don't think there is anyone that completely agrees with everything Thatcher did, but the glee over her death is sickening.


I'm sure bobby Sands knows exactly how you feel.
 
2013-04-09 01:23:53 PM
Everyone who has posted pictures of celebration in England you owe me a new keyboard.
 
2013-04-09 01:25:56 PM

Marine1: Irregardless: Thatcher's tenure in a numerical nutshell via Wikipedia.

GDP and public spending by classification - % change in real terms 1979/80 to 1989/90
GDP.                                        +23.3
Total government spending     +12.9
Law and order                          +53.3
Employment and training         +33.3
Health                                      +31.8
Social security                         +31.8
Transport                                 −5.8
Trade and industry                  −38.2
Housing                                   −67.0
Defence                                   −3.3

Looks like a relatively good run to me.


UK GDP doubled in that time, so did pound inflation. So it should be more like a 100% real GDP increase, 0% nominal increase.
 
2013-04-09 01:26:16 PM
Pelosi or Feinstein died?
 
2013-04-09 01:28:10 PM

impaler: So it should be more like a 100% nominal GDP increase, 0% real increase.


FTFM
 
2013-04-09 01:31:46 PM

skullkrusher: Mrtraveler01: genner: Stay classy liberals.

enik: Liberals are classy and not at all vindictive.

There are assholes on all sides of the political spectrum.

There's no need to make this a liberal vs. conservative pissing match.

oh, today is the day we're not gonna do that? I knew we had it on the calendar but I thought it was next Tuesday.


No, FARK's "no politics allowed" days are scheduled only for when liberals are doing something embarrassing.
 
2013-04-09 01:34:38 PM

Tatterdemalian: skullkrusher: Mrtraveler01: genner: Stay classy liberals.

enik: Liberals are classy and not at all vindictive.

There are assholes on all sides of the political spectrum.

There's no need to make this a liberal vs. conservative pissing match.

oh, today is the day we're not gonna do that? I knew we had it on the calendar but I thought it was next Tuesday.

No, FARK's "no politics allowed" days are scheduled only for when liberals are doing something embarrassing.


That seems to be the case depending on which "side" is doing the stupid shiat. Just happens that righties get to dominate the headlines in that regard these days.

Yes, I just did a both sides are bad. Suck it
 
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