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Egg-throwing contest at Thatcher statue

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Over 2,300 people have pledged to show up to an “egg-throwing contest” on the same day as the unveiling of a statue of Margaret Thatcher in her hometown of Grantham.

The £300,000 bronze statue of the controversial former prime minister will be placed on a 10ft-high plinth due to fears about vandalism, making the entire sculpture over 20ft tall.

Members of Kesteven District Council will hold a vote on Tuesday on whether to approve £100,000 for an event to unveil the statue of the Iron Lady, who was born and raised in the town.

Full monty at the Independent: Link

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Dreamer screamer

Thatcher was under control of the Rothschilds like every other politician.  How do I know this?,  they're all trustees. 

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itsnotoutthere

Lets hope the police go at these scum with the same zeal they used against the people who protected the statues from the BLM thugs.

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ethereal_scout

Thatcher was an evil one who destroyed the food, the, money and the housing and most of what we actually needed.

"What have the romans ever done for us" - she did the opposite.

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acute
On 12/2/2020 at 12:12 PM, Dreamer screamer said:

they're all trustees. 

Who are "they"?

Trustees of what?

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stevewinn
On 12/2/2020 at 12:30 PM, ethereal_scout said:

Thatcher was an evil one who destroyed the food, the, money and the housing and most of what we actually needed.

"What have the romans ever done for us" - she did the opposite.

how many people now own their council house.

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Essan

Thatcher was despised by the "Elite" - she argued that we have responsibilities - not rites - and that SEP* fields do not exist :o    


*someone else's problem - used almost everywhere these days since nothing is ever our fault :(  

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Cookie Monster
On 12/2/2020 at 12:30 PM, ethereal_scout said:

Thatcher was an evil one who destroyed the food, the, money and the housing and most of what we actually needed.

"What have the romans ever done for us" - she did the opposite.

Thats what happens when the socialists religiously award themselves 15% pay rises (and higher) year after year while striking if they dont get their way. Again, socialists cannot grasp that money doesnt grow on trees. Someone has to pay for it even if it isn`t them, and the high taxes on the economy cripple that economy.

If you go back to the 1970s which was Britain`s last flirtation with communism/socialism then the electricity was running 2 hours per day and people were having to job share as their wasn`t enough employment to go around. But, for the newer citizens they obviously only get told a wholly positive version of socialism that doesnt communicate what it is like, and the damage that it does.

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spartan max2

So much hatred at a women they don't understand. 

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how many people now own their council house.

....and how many dead on the streets because they can't get one. If we needed 25% of all housing the be Council Housing in order to house everyone then that the way it needs to be. We haven't built any new Council Housing since the 70s. If people have the money to buy then they can buy a free market house.

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acute

Margaret Thatcher:  Egg Smasher.

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SKINWALKER19

Thatcher was fully aware of the West Minster  paedophiles operating with the blessing of the security services . The woman was evil , and the scam of locking working class people into mortgages by offering them the right to buy council properties another stain against her name. The masses were too dumb to see the scam with the press constantly demonising the Labour Party .

Throwing eggs at her statue in Grantham is freedom of speech , it won’t hurt anyone physically and the council will clean it all away .

 

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Dreamer screamer
On 12/5/2020 at 11:26 AM, acute said:

Who are "they"?

Trustees of what?

Every politician is a trustee

A trustee is a person or firm that holds and administers property or assets for the benefit of a third party. ... Trustees are trusted to make decisions in the beneficiary's best interests and often have a fiduciary responsibility, meaning they act in the best interests of the trust beneficiaries to manage their assets.

The politicians are acting in our best non legal capacities because there is no contract with the politician and the voter, so anything promised in a manifesto, and they don't do it when brought into being prime minister, then there is no liability, no contract, NOTHING!!       There was a politician who stated "we are politicians and prone to lie, why did you bloody believe us?  when asked why he didn't do what was in the manifesto.   The Rothschilds don't care who is in charge because they all work for him, some know and some don't.

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On 12/2/2020 at 3:40 AM, Eldorado said:

Over 2,300 people have pledged to show up to an “egg-throwing contest” on the same day as the unveiling of a statue of Margaret Thatcher in her hometown of Grantham.

The £300,000 bronze statue of the controversial former prime minister will be placed on a 10ft-high plinth due to fears about vandalism, making the entire sculpture over 20ft tall.

Members of Kesteven District Council will hold a vote on Tuesday on whether to approve £100,000 for an event to unveil the statue of the Iron Lady, who was born and raised in the town.

Full monty at the Independent: Link

Wonderful...the British Version of Orwell's Two Minute Hate.

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itsnotoutthere

Now Tony Blair I could understand.

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Dreamer screamer
3 minutes ago, itsnotoutthere said:

Now Tony Blair I could understand.

Makes more sense doesn't it to throw eggs at a live man than a statue.  But then again, we are dealing with the insane lefty who thinks Tony Bliar is GOD!   Times of trouble, you don't go wasting food.

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SKINWALKER19

I’ve driven through Grantham numerous times , it’s quaint , nothing special .

Then you hear the stories of Thatchers father who ran a shop in Grantham  , he would cut  ( jelly babies ) that’s a form of candy to our stateside friends  in half upon weighing them for children , instead of just giving a whole one in the bag  with the others , nope he wouldn’t do that , you could see where Margaret got that thrifty nature towards the plebiscites of the UK ! 

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acute
32 minutes ago, SKINWALKER19 said:

I’ve driven through Grantham numerous times , it’s quaint , nothing special .

It's tiny. Blink and you miss it!

I've only been there once. I parked up and walked over to Mr. Roberts' shop, which was an estate agents at the time, just to gawp at the Blue Plaque.

Maison_natale_de_Margaret_Thatcher,_Gran

Plaque,_maison_natale_de_Margaret_Thatch

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itsnotoutthere
1 hour ago, SKINWALKER19 said:

I’ve driven through Grantham numerous times , it’s quaint , nothing special .

Then you hear the stories of Thatchers father who ran a shop in Grantham  , he would cut  ( jelly babies ) that’s a form of candy to our stateside friends  in half upon weighing them for children , instead of just giving a whole one in the bag  with the others , nope he wouldn’t do that , you could see where Margaret got that thrifty nature towards the plebiscites of the UK ! 

Where do you find this rubbish....socialist worker magazine or the guardian?

Tony Blair used to pull the wings off butterflies you know.

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Eldorado
4 hours ago, SKINWALKER19 said:

I’ve driven through Grantham numerous times , it’s quaint , nothing special .

Then you hear the stories of Thatchers father who ran a shop in Grantham  , he would cut  ( jelly babies ) that’s a form of candy to our stateside friends  in half upon weighing them for children , instead of just giving a whole one in the bag  with the others , nope he wouldn’t do that , you could see where Margaret got that thrifty nature towards the plebiscites of the UK ! 

Thatcher's dad: mayor, preacher, groper.

Alderman Roberts of Grantham liked to squeeze more than his sausages, reports Keith Nuthall.

UK Independent 2011

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TashaMarie
On 12/5/2020 at 10:02 PM, ethereal_scout said:

....and how many dead on the streets because they can't get one. If we needed 25% of all housing the be Council Housing in order to house everyone then that the way it needs to be. We haven't built any new Council Housing since the 70s. If people have the money to buy then they can buy a free market house.

I worked for my local council for nearly 10 years and the amount of families displaced all over the country due to lack of housing is a huge issue.

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Dreamer screamer
3 hours ago, TashaMarie said:

I worked for my local council for nearly 10 years and the amount of families displaced all over the country due to lack of housing is a huge issue.

Sounds like Communism too me.

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itsnotoutthere
7 hours ago, TashaMarie said:

I worked for my local council for nearly 10 years and the amount of families displaced all over the country due to lack of housing is a huge issue.

Yes, and the many thousands that continue to arrive in small boats & in the back of lorries hasn't helped.

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