Thursday October 28, 2010 14:55 by CW
Remember battle of the Bean field?
Margaret Thatcher - not dead yet
Illness: Margaret Thatcher's spokesman confirmed today that she was making good progress but not expected to leave hospital in the next few days.
The unpopular ex-prime minister was admitted to the private Cromwell Hospital, in west London, on October 18 after failing to recover from a bout of flu.
She was forced to pull out of a Downing Street reception to mark her 85th birthday the previous week due to illness.
For those of you who may have been too busy fighting the Tories as they put the ‘N’ back into CUTS, you may be interested to hear what is happening to the much hated children’s milk snatcher. She’s about to die.
The maggots are drawing lots over who’s gonna have the sickening job of
chewing on its rotting flesh. Well we won’t have to wait too much longer now.
There will be a party in Trafalgar square to celebrate the end of this evil witches’ life.
There are many reasons why people will turn out to piss on its grave and a few of them are listed below.
Speaking for myself, one of the events that got me politicized was the way the pigs behaved towards children, women and men at what has become known as the Battle of the Beanfield. This took place when the pigs stopped several hundred members of a peace convoy from setting up the fourteenth Stonehenge free festival, in Wiltshire.
There were between 80 and 120 vehicles, most of them buses and vans that had been converted into living spaces by their owners -- New age travellers, along with several hundred people in the convoy
Northern Ireland (1981)
Bobby Sands began the strike, saying that he would fast until death unless prison inmates won concessions over their living conditions. Thatcher refused to countenance a return to political status for the prisoners, famously declaring "Crime is crime is crime; it is not political" and felt that Britain should not negotiate with terrorists.
Thatcher became an Irish Republican hate figure of Cromwellian proportions,
describing her as "the biggest bastard we have ever known"
British Petroleum was privatised in stages in October 1979, September 1983 and November 1987; British Aerospace in January 1981 and 1985; the government share in British Sugar in July 1981; Cable and Wireless in November 1981; Amersham International and National Freight Corporation in February 1982; Britoil in November 1982 and August 1985; British Shipbuilders, Associated British Ports in February 1983; Jaguar in July 1984; British Telecom in November 1984; the National Bus Company in October 1986; British Gas in December 1986; British Airways in February 1987; the Royal Ordnance in April 1987; Rolls-Royce in May 1987; the British Airports Authority in July 1987; the Rover Group in August 1988; British Steel in December 1988; the Regional Water Authorities in November 1989; Girobank in July 1990; and the National Grid in December 1990.
Bombing of Libya
In July 1986 Thatcher expressed her belief that economic sanctions against South Africa would be immoral.
Crushing the miners and therefore families and whole communities
Falklands War – simply to get re-elected and mineral wealth
3 million unemployed and Maggy’s making a bomb – a reference to nuclear weapons
Criminal Justice & Public Order Act, 199nline guide for squatters, rand http://www.urban75.org/legal/cja.html
Thatcher was visiting the United States when she received word that Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein had invaded neighbouring Kuwait. She met with US President George H. W. Bush, who had succeeded Ronald Reagan in 1989, during which Bush asked her, "Margaret, what is your view?" She recalled in an interview that she felt "that aggressors must be stopped, not only stopped, but they must be thrown out. An aggressor cannot gain from his aggression. He must be thrown out and really, by that time in my mind, I thought we ought to throw him out so decisively that he could never think of doing it again." She put pressure on Bush to deploy troops to the Middle East to drive the Iraqi army out of Kuwait.Bush was somewhat apprehensive about the plan, so Thatcher remarked to him during a telephone conversation, "This was no time to go wobbly!" Thatcher's government provided military forces to the international coalition in the Gulf War to pursue the ouster of Iraq from Kuwait.
Thatcher – a chemist, created toxic offspring, the twisted twins.
On 13 January 2005, Mark Thatcher, in a South African court, pleaded guilty to helping finance a coup plot in Equatorial Guinea. South African police were able to prove that Mr Thatcher had transferred about US$285,000 to the mercenaries that were to execute the operation and had met and talked frequently to them prior to the coup attempt. After pleading guilty, he was given a four-year suspended sentence and a fine of about US$ 560,000
Racist daughter, Carol Thatcher, caught our by comedian Jo Brand.
Party the Saturday after Maggie dies Trafalgar Square...6 pm...bring a bottle