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25 August 2008
Maggot Thatcher goes dribbly
It's official: the creature known as Maggot Thatcher has reached the happy daft stage in its existence. There's no word yet as to whether it has to have its arse wiped whilst it lies there dribbling, but even if that stage has not yet been reached, it won't be long a-coming.

Gloating at the creature's misfortune is all very well - and your friendly old Exile has to admit that you would need a heart of stone not to laugh at the thought of it forgetting its husband's death and having to be reminded of it daily. The thought if it reliving its grief every fucking day is one that will please millions, but it doesn't alter the fact that a reckoning is still pending between us and the class that did so well out of its time in office.

As we head into the fourth decade of life without any control whatsoever over the bastard jobs that we are now forced to do, always assuming that we haven't shrugged our shoulders and got used to a life on the social that is, the notion that this is all the fault of the Maggot is one that needs to be challenged.

The Maggot represented a class, and the reckoning will have only been paid in full when members of that class have been reduced to the level where they have to pimp their daughters to put food on their tables.

Until that day dawns then the reckoning is still outstanding.

All we need now is Rupert Murdoch to suffer in a similar manner and it would be Christmas and Birthday all at the same time!!

What I really regret was that Thatcher was never beaten in an election and we had to rely on the scum in the Tory PLP to do the job.
I keep a photo of her leaving no 10 for the last time in my wallet.

Also the bit where Geoffrey Howe has a go at her in Parliament is on an old video in the loft. I pause it at the point the knife goes in. Brilliant!!



25 August 2008 at 19:50  

Murdoch is only a problem because people believe he is a problem. He could be dealt with very easily. Just threaten to give everyone the right to make and sell his Sky cards and he will be on the phone offering all sorts of deals.

As for the Maggot, I am well happy to relate that I never lived in any constituency held by the Tories. So the rest of the country may have scabbed like fuck but my people didn't.

Thanks for the reminder about G. Howe. That day was so funny...

25 August 2008 at 20:33  

Ian, you are a v strange man carrying a photo of Thatcher around in your wallet - whatever the reason!

I wonder if she thought Gordon Brown was a Tory PM when she paid him a visit earlier in the summer.

25 August 2008 at 22:24  

He is, isn't he? Not as much as Blair, but there is little of Labour about him.

25 August 2008 at 23:06  

seriously sad post and comments.

"Until that day dawns then the reckoning is still outstanding."

Dream on......not in your lifetime.

26 August 2008 at 00:10  

Oh, I dunno. The number of houses that are getting repossessed is seriously fucking hilarious. When a bubble bursts it tends to go with a bang, so get ready, 'cos I think that it's our turn to laugh.

26 August 2008 at 01:28  

Come on, the people who are going to loose their house are hardly a thatcherite class. The recession, maybe depression is going to be severe, and yes alot of people are going to be financially raped, but the Tory "class" will essentially remain "sitting pretty".
The poor are really going to struggle just to feed themselves.
I don't understand your euphoria at this possibility

26 August 2008 at 01:39  

Naah, if the working class does not get fed then its members will riot. The notion that any government will not ensure that the food trucks arrive in Manchester is daft.

Upper middle class, you point in taken. But I'm right about the scumbag element. They are gonna get well fucked.

26 August 2008 at 03:27  

my you are a spiteful , if inefectual, fellow.
"the working class" might well not be as socialist as you think.
It is the non working dole takers that might riot if sober and they had the enery.

26 August 2008 at 06:14  

Well, I can't be that ineffectual, because I got you worked up enough to come a-trolling, didn't I?

26 August 2008 at 06:53  

AVPS. Carrying a picture of MT in my wallet helps to remind me what I fighting against. Its a tatty old print that will be ceremoniously destroyed upon her departure.OK it sounds a bit weird but it is my way of dealing with the crap that she caused.

As for the bit of 'labour' in me, well when that glorious New Party emerges, apparently we have been waiting for it since 1992, eh AVPS, and its still many years from appearing, I will be the first one volunteering my services. Until then.......



26 August 2008 at 09:57  

'Come on, the people who are going to loose their house are hardly a thatcherite class.'

Well the group of parasites who run our financial institutions are the proper Thatchers children. After watching Despatches last night on Ch4 about the banks it seems that they will get away with their complete mismanagement of the economy thus causing the plight of the working people facing repossession.

'my you are a spiteful , if inefectual, fellow.
"the working class" might well not be as socialist as you think.
It is the non working dole takers that might riot if sober and they had the enery.'

If you could spell properly and put something more coherent here............



26 August 2008 at 10:03  

Apologies there for feeding the Troll.

26 August 2008 at 10:04  

Ian: "If you could spell properly and put something more coherent here............"

I guess that means I best leave the debate as well, because the average 15 year old has a better command of the English language than me, but I have lot of experiences and have a much better insight into global politics than the average 15 year old.

26 August 2008 at 10:10  

Im directing that at the anonymous troll.He may well be 15 I dont know

26 August 2008 at 11:03  

I actually rather like trolls, which is why I pat them on their little heads in the hope of keeping them around.

26 August 2008 at 14:43  

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