Leftists Celebrate Thatcher’s Death by Rioting, Attacking Police

Posted by on Apr 09, 2013 at 7:43 am

Remember this stuff when the angry left lectures everyone about civility.

Smashed shop windows, paint bombs and police being attacked were all consequences of the Left’s sick ‘celebration’ of Baroness Thatcher’s death last night.

Hundreds took to the streets as macabre ‘Thatcher death parties’ were held late into the night across the country, organised by critics of the so-called ‘Iron Lady.’

In Brixton, south London, riot police were deployed as the crowds, which had been drinking since 5pm, started to become more aggressive smashing shop fronts and throwing paint bomb.

In Liverpool, flares and fireworks were set off outside Lime Street Station by revellers, while in Bristol, seven police officers were injured – one seriously – as violence erupted at a street party of 200 people and police were pelted with bottles, cans and rubbish.

After celebrating into the night they’ll sit around on their asses waiting for their welfare checks.

In Bristol police were called to Chelsea Road in the Easton area of the city during the early hours of today after violence erupted at a street party to ‘celebrate’ the death of Baroness Thatcher.

Trouble flared after midnight when a rowdy 200-strong crowd refused police requests to disperse from Easton, Bristol.

Dozens of officers donned riot gear and used shields and batons as they were pelted with bottles, cans and rubbish.

One of these lowlifes apparently hasn’t worked since 1984. It’s Thatcher’s fault, don’t you know.

Unemployed Julian Styles, 58, who was made redundant from his factory job in 1984, said: ‘I’ve been waiting for that witch to die for 30 years.

‘Tonight is party time. I’m drinking one drink for every year I’ve been out of work.’

Let’s hope he  drowns in his own bile.

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3 Responses to “Leftists Celebrate Thatcher’s Death by Rioting, Attacking Police”

  1. The Grinch on 9/09/13 at 10:56 am

    If she pissed off the types of folks that would revel in someone’s death then she was fine by me. Trash like this celebrating one’s death is sort of a badge of honor, really.

  2. Klawnet on 9/09/13 at 11:27 am

    Huh. 1984. One would almost suspect Mr. Styles wasn’t exactly looking all that hard for a job.