Margaret Thatcher dead: George Galloway leads chorus of ‘celebration’ from the left

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April 8, 2013

This is who they are. This is what they do.

The Left has led sickening celebrations in response to the death of former Conservative Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.

MP George Galloway led the way with a crass tweet, while at the NUS National conference in Sheffield there were cheers when her death was announced.

A joyful Labour councillor posted a bottle of Bollinger in celebration Twitter as Durham Miners’ Association announced her death was a ‘great day’ for coal miners.

Only a few minutes after the death of the 87-year-old the Respect MP for Bradford West took to his Twitter writing ‘Tramp the dirt down.’

via Margaret Thatcher dead: Mail Online.



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Comments:
  1. Ragspierre says:

    The mental and moral midgets could never beat her in her prime, so the ghouls have this lil’ moment to show who they are, and by contrast, who she was.

    Soooooo much bigger and finer.

  2. Donz says:

    These small-minded craven little leftists are beneath contempt. If their leaders were to receive a little bitch-slapping, I would not not lament their collective pain.

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