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John Ward – Funeral In Britain : A Nation Bound By Dissension And Gagged By Conformity – 14 April 2013

thatchmonopaintThe debate following Baroness Thatcher’s death has been a monochromatic movie shot in Lookbackroscope

Britain stands today a nation united in celebratory mourning. Slowly – yet with superficially profound dignity – it is coming to terms with the death of its greatest She-Devil Fairy Monster Blessed Saviour: displaying here lachrymose canonisation, and there synchronised grave-dancing, we have today the entire rainbow of multicultural suspension on view. So affectionately vitriolic has newspaper blog debate been, all comment threads have now been locked away under the thirty ninety year rule, thus entering an exclusion zone: for as they say in Argentina, Thatcher is from Falklands, and Kirschner from Malvenas. Continue reading