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Margaret Thatcher. Iron is also not forever

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8 April 2013 of the year Margaret Thatcher died - the first and so far the only woman in the UK who became the country's prime minister. To say that Margaret Thatcher’s activity as head of the British Cabinet of Ministers was contradictory from the point of view of both her supporters and her opponents is to say almost nothing. The daughter of an ordinary English shopkeeper (Roberts) was brought up in a very rigid tradition, and, apparently, this version of education left its mark on her entire future, including political life. Rigidity, uncompromising and frank obstinacy - these are the traits that distinguished people who knew Thatcher personally. At the same time, a very narrow circle of people considered Thatcher to be their friend, and she rarely used the word “friendship” in her speeches and interviews.


Margaret Thatcher. Iron is also not forever


Margaret Thatcher, after a lengthy inner-party and parliamentary struggle, took the premiership in 1979, before having worked for almost five years as British Minister of Education. Even then, some steps Thatcher caused a controversial reaction from ordinary Britons. The main idea of ​​Thatcher at that time (and in all its political times) was the idea of ​​reducing budget expenditures. Apparently, the father's commercial vein made itself felt ...

The quintessence of her desire to reduce budget expenditures was the decision to cut student social guarantees. One of the most resonant manifestations of this kind of decision was the abolition of the supply of primary and middle school students with milk. Thatcher’s move turned millions of Crown subjects against her, and at the same time demonstrated that in order to bring the British economy out of a protracted crisis, it is ready not to stop at nothing. This thesis Thatcher successfully proved throughout his political career.

After becoming prime minister, Thatcher went for measures that were extremely unpopular in the United Kingdom. She cut budget spending on higher education, raised indirect taxes, trying to keep public criticism within the framework of a storm. In addition, Margaret Thatcher went to a sharp decline in the level of subsidies to those British regions that themselves could not reach the final economic profit for a long time. Centralized subsidies to public sector enterprises have declined, and a fairly tough privatization policy has been pursued. In particular, the manifestation of such a policy can be considered the Thatcher decision on the privatization of enterprises in the coal sector. The state actually abandoned the coal industry, which at that time was unprofitable in the UK. The privatization of mines led to a complete sectoral collapse, which significantly increased the unemployment rate in the country, and hundreds of thousands of people (miners and their families) put it on the brink of survival.

UK discontent grew. In the first three years of the premiere of Thatcher, the level of real production in the United Kingdom fell by almost 10%. Even That’s supporters looked at the Thatcher’s economic methods with mistrust, and there’s no point in talking about the position of political opponents from the Labor Party. The prime minister tried to convince of some easing of economic pressure, but Margaret Thatcher’s position was unchanged. She stated that the decline in production was a temporary phenomenon, the main thing was to curb inflation. Inflation has indeed declined, but the purchasing activity of the British has also decreased along with it. The budget required the infusion of solid funds. And the main source of infusion of funds with rather dubious options for the implementation of economic plans at all times was the development of the military industry, which had to be applied somewhere.

And luck smiled Margaret Thatcher. From the point of view of an ordinary person, war can hardly be called a great political success. But the fact of the matter is that Thatcher was not a simple person. She used the Falkland War Crisis to raise her political rating within the UK and declare herself throughout the world. And that Thatcher succeeded.

The armed conflict itself is believed to have been launched by the Argentine side in April 1982. Then General Galtieri, who came to power in Argentina, decided to order the landing of the Argentine troops on the Falklands. The British military corps, who was on the islands, gave the Argentines a fight, but in the end, after short fights, he was forced to declare surrender. At the same time, in London it was decided to go to the rescue of their soldiers to release both themselves and the entire archipelago. The “liberation” of Falklands was understood to mean their return to the bosom of Britain.

After the outbreak of hostilities, Argentina had a rather significant advantage for the simple reason that it was much closer from the Falkland Islands to its shores than to the UK. Many military experts of the time expressed the idea that London would have to admit defeat. That is how ordinary Britons believed, more and more critics were speaking about Thatcher’s actions, which led to the escalation of the conflict in the South Atlantic. But the conflict ended in favor of Britain, which incredibly strengthened the position of Margaret Thatcher as prime minister, and breathed a vivifying impulse into the development of the British economy. This is truly a small victorious war ...

By the way, it was at this time that Thatcher got her nickname “Iron Lady”, which was “produced” by Soviet journalists and got acclimatized in the West.

And about the conflict in the Falklands today there are judgments that the war was provoked not by Argentines, but by London, and it was Mrs Thatcher. How justified are these rumors? - it is difficult to speak, but история often presents many sensations. And many documents on that war of the 1982 model of the year have not yet been declassified by the United Kingdom.

Anyway, the war really helped Britain and Margaret Thatcher personally, firstly, to distract the population from the economic crisis, and, secondly, it served as an impetus for industrial growth and reduction of unemployment. Against the background of their own success, Thatcher decided to go on an original move: to announce early elections. The conservatives celebrated the victory, and Thatcher once again remained at his post, using the priority of popular support.

However, after the "dizziness from success" began to fade away, new problems emerged in the UK economy, which Thatcher found it necessary to solve in its "iron key". She introduced the so-called communal tax, which was actually levied on residents of households just for the fact that they (residents) along with their property simply existed in this world ... The British, dissatisfied with the new economic excesses of their prime minister, rushed to the streets of cities, but then the British the cops. In just one day of protests in London, the police arrested more than three hundred people, many of whom subsequently received realistic deadlines. About 120 people were injured of varying degrees of severity from the excessive desire of the police to restore public order. True, then (1990) the West did not consider such methods anti-democratic, nor does it consider it now, if the demonstrations are held in London, Washington and other capitals of immutable democracies ... Moscow or, for example, Minsk is another matter ...

Margaret Thatcher and coverage of her activities as British Prime Minister is a tidbit for compilers news releases in the USSR (up to a certain point). Thatcher was for the Soviet people the staunch embodiment of the very decaying capitalism, which is prone to aggression towards other states. News reports (about the Falklands war, tax hikes, mine closures, British protests) contributed to this.
Thatcher on such a position of the USSR did not care. Although, in fairness, it must be said that she, too, often spoke eloquently about the Soviet Union itself. In particular, her speech about the fact that the USSR is a country that poses a threat to the Western world, is quoted today by many publications.

And here is a more "strong" quote from Mrs. Thatcher of the 1988 sample of the year, one of the authors, by the way, the idea of ​​the "golden billion":
According to estimates of the world community, it is economically feasible to live on the territory of the USSR 15 of millions of people

Iron, do not say anything ...

Her support for the initiatives of Mikhail Gorbachev in the USSR today is also overgrown with new details. There is a speech text (not confirmed by official sources, although such a text is unlikely to be something officially confirmed) Thatcher, in which she allegedly states the following:

“A very difficult situation has developed for us. However, soon information came about the imminent death of the Soviet leader and the possibility of a person coming to power with our help, through which we can realize our intentions. This was the assessment of my experts (and I always formed a very qualified group of experts on the Soviet Union and, as necessary, contributed to the additional emigration of the necessary specialists from the USSR).

This man was M. Gorbachev, who was characterized by experts as a careless, suggestible and very ambitious man. He had a good relationship with the majority of the Soviet political elite, and therefore his coming to power with our help was quite subtle. ”


Is this text authentic, or is it another intricate conspiracy science? - hard to say. But the fact that the “restructuring” of Mikhail Gorbachev is in some way similar to the economic perturbations of Margaret Thatcher is a fact. Only now Gorbachev was not as iron as his British counterpart, although, in the end, both him and her were actually “pushed” onto the back political plan by their former supporters.

In general, in the political fate of Thatcher, as it turns out today, weird enough. Suddenly the war with Argentina turned up, internal party failure, support of opposition movements in the late years of the USSR - one of these oddities ... But all these oddities sooner or later the light will be shed.

In the meantime, it is worthwhile to state that Margaret Thatcher, as a representative of a whole epoch that ended with the collapse of the Soviet Union and a new redivision of the world, passed away along with this epoch. And iron is not forever ...
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  1. albert
    albert April 10 2013 08: 19
    45
    According to the mailbox, the British police dispersed a rally in Bristol at which the British celebrated the death of Thatcher. That's how she was remembered in England. belay
    1. SPACE
      SPACE April 10 2013 08: 50
      25
      Quote: albert
      According to the mailbox, the British police dispersed a rally in Bristol at which the British celebrated Thatcher's death. That's how she was remembered in England.

      "According to the estimates of the world community, it is economically expedient for 15 million people to live on the territory of the USSR" that's what we remember. Enemies come and go, but Russia moves on.
      1. Gari
        Gari April 10 2013 10: 02
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        Quote: SPACE
        "According to the estimates of the world community, it is economically expedient for 15 million people to live on the territory of the USSR" that's what we remember. Enemies come and go, but Russia moves on.

        Until the beginning of the 20th century, the British empire ruled almost the whole world, plotted against Russia all over its history or fought (the Crimean War, etc.) or through others, organized coups as elimination of Emperor Paul as a supporter of an alliance with Napoleon, and then vice versa. pitted, but we already know about their most active role in the two revolutions of 1917 and the collapse of the Empire, and the betrayal and refusal to help Emperor Nicholas 2, but during the Second World War she was an ally (and who set up Geramania of the USSR is also a question, and after the end of this war, it was Churchill who announced the start of a crusade against the Union and the beginning of the Cold War, but his words were said back in 1936:
        For 400 years, England’s foreign policy has been to confront the strongest, most aggressive, most influential power on the continent ... We have always ... united with less powerful powers, formed a coalition with them and thus defeated and frustrated the plans of the continental military tyrant, by whom no matter who he is, at the head of whatever country he stands.
        And we know about the role of Britain in the collapse of the USSR.
        Here are just the largest of the ever existing states in the history of mankind with colonies on all inhabited continents. The empire reached the largest area in the mid 30-ies of the XX century. Then the lands of the United Kingdom extended to 41,2 million km² (including 8 million km² of uninhabited land), which amounted to about a quarter of the earth's land. The total population of the empire was approximately 480 million people (approximately one fourth of humanity).
        And where is the British Empire on the map Europe is barely visible
        And let Russia not be what it was, (although we hope this is temporary) but still one sixth of the land was
        1. djon3volta
          djon3volta April 10 2013 10: 10
          +5
          Quote: Gari
          Churchill announces the start of a crusade against the Union and the beginning of the Cold War

          Churchill already wanted to attack the USSR on July 1, 1945, but could not find support from the United States. Therefore, they had to start the Cold War.
        2. SPACE
          SPACE April 10 2013 12: 29
          +8
          All some "sad" news from Foggy Albion: Birch Aligarh, Iron Lady ...
          1. 31-RUS
            31-RUS April 11 2013 10: 26
            +2
            It is cynical of me, but if this "sad" list was supplemented by Mishka Marked, I would not mind.
      2. alex13-61
        alex13-61 April 10 2013 12: 18
        +6
        She’s getting bored without Hilary ... Yes, and without the Bilderberg club ...
      3. Urkodav
        Urkodav April 11 2013 00: 34
        +1
        Quote: SPACE
        "According to the estimates of the world community, it is economically expedient for 15 million people to live in the USSR"

        And they were supposed to dance with us! But apparently we have not yet fallen to the European level
    2. smel
      smel April 10 2013 08: 57
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      Personally, I am surprised by the regret about her death that is expressed in our media. We must remember that she has been our enemy all her life. And she remained with them until her death. Only the enemies of my country can regret this event. But an example of her uncompromising attitude should be taken by our politicians. This is especially true of Dimon (information about kissing his Estonian "colleague")
      1. Vadivak
        Vadivak April 10 2013 09: 01
        14
        Quote: smel
        Personally, I am surprised by the regret about her death, which is expressed in our media


        What if they’re not allowed to go to London?

        But seriously, Thatcher is not liked in England, in Europe, in Latin America, in Africa and Asia. Paradoxically, she is most loved in Russia - the country she loved least. From longing for economic efficiency, which we have not had for a long time. They love Thatcher’s properties, which in Europe seemed shocking to many: open arrogance towards small and poor countries, the ability to hit the table with his fist and send destroyers for the homeland to another hemisphere, we love the iron hand. We lack a strong iron hand.
        1. Normal
          Normal April 10 2013 11: 39
          +4
          Quote: Vadivak
          Paradoxically, she is most loved in Russia - the country she loved least of all ..... we love the iron hand. We lack a strong iron hand.


          We love tough people.
          We love strong leaders.
          We get high when they hit us on the head.
          Such is our path, otherwise it is impossible with dreams.
          We have longing for a strong hand in our blood.

          T. Shaov.

          But my personal opinion about Thatcher is sharply negative.
          1. Vadivak
            Vadivak April 10 2013 12: 40
            +2
            Quote: Normal
            But my personal opinion about Thatcher is sharply negative.


            + I also love Shaov and had a sharp negative attitude towards Thatcher. She was not an iron lady but a wooden
        2. kaprall
          kaprall April 10 2013 13: 47
          0
          By the way, thanks to JL, England has vast reserves of oil and gas in South America.
      2. baltika-18
        baltika-18 April 10 2013 09: 05
        10
        Quote: smel
        . It must be remembered that she has been our enemy all her life.

        Paul hi , she had a hand in the collapse of the Union. And therefore there is only one epithet: she died, there is a way for her, it is a pity that she suffered a little after a stroke.
        1. Ghenxnumx
          Ghenxnumx April 10 2013 09: 50
          11
          Quote: baltika-18
          Paul hi , she had a hand in the collapse of the Union. And therefore there is only one epithet: she died, there is a way for her, it is a pity that she suffered a little after a stroke.

          You are angry, Nikolai yes . But I am sorry that she passed away so early, and did not have time to see how the Soviet Union was protesting from the pit into which she was pushing him hard, and Geyropa and her Britain were falling apartcrying
          1. zennon
            zennon April 10 2013 10: 39
            +8
            In any case, she could not see anything. Under old age, she lost her mind, did not recognize loved ones, doubted how to spell her own name. Insanity ... You know, I'm glad. So this toothless lapdog is necessary. The breath is one of the enemies of Russia. Good day. ! wink
        2. Zynaps
          Zynaps April 11 2013 00: 16
          0
          the most interesting thing is that, as an enemy of the USSR, Aunt Thatcher, being a very smart and far-sighted politician, understood that the collapse of a superpower would undermine stability in Europe, conquered by such deprivations and blood of all parties. and that the Americans and Germans will benefit. therefore, when the spotted woodpecker gave the command for the reunification of Germany, she was the first to become interested in Hunchback - whether he was in his mind and understood what he was doing at all. but the Americans already filled Gorbatom’s eyes with molasses of the Nobel Peace Prize and Thatcher was worried about him, as well as the consequences for the geopolitics of the USSR. and she was against the collapse of the USSR. since Great Britain did not gain anything from this, and only the Americans benefited, and even the collapse of the superpower promised a powerful global destabilization. so at the end of the life of the USSR our interests began to coincide in many ways. but it was too late to drink borzh.
      3. AntonR7
        AntonR7 April 10 2013 09: 06
        11
        I was also surprised, especially when they showed her photos to the sad music on channel 24 of the news. As if a famous Russian actor is dead.
        1. Vadivak
          Vadivak April 10 2013 09: 32
          14
          Quote: AntonR7
          As if a famous Russian actor is dead.


          You guys can think of what you want about me, but I'm not sorry for the famous Russian actors, but sorry for the unknown Russian peasants
          1. Normal
            Normal April 10 2013 11: 41
            +2
            Quote: Vadivak
            You guys can think of what you want about me, but I'm not sorry for the famous Russian actors, but sorry for the unknown Russian peasants

            This characterizes you only on the positive side.
            1. Vadivak
              Vadivak April 10 2013 12: 41
              +1
              Quote: Normal
              It characterizes you


              Vladimir has long been time for you. Thank.
              1. Normal
                Normal April 10 2013 12: 46
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                Quote: Vadivak
                Vladimir has long been time for you.

                I agree. drinks
          2. Dilshat
            Dilshat April 10 2013 23: 37
            0
            It would not be nice to say such a thing, but the coverage of this news and such an interpretation show that Russia continues to be a colony of the West.
          3. Ruslan67
            Ruslan67 April 11 2013 03: 29
            +1
            Quote: Vadivak
            you can think of what you want about me but I'm not sorry for famous Russian actors

            Quote: Vadivak
            This characterizes you only on the positive side.

            Quote: Vadivak
            : died, there she is dear, sorry after a stroke little torment.

            Quote: Vadivak
            and sorry for the unknown Russian peasants

            Famous Russian actors leave and instead of them little dogs and a house2 that ordinary Russian peasants watch under the moonshine of rotten beets and finally turn into cattle Real smart and tough people like Thatcher who are honored to be among the enemies leave and in their place clowns like sarkozy and geylibera like olanda from whom you don’t know what to expect And why are you happy? That the world is flying into the abyss? fool
      4. Sirocco
        Sirocco April 10 2013 09: 29
        11
        Yeah. How low our media have fallen. I got the impression that one of the great politicians in Russia died, On every channel, all day, they shuffle their legs, the Knicksens are released, They say she is so smart and beautiful. etc. But thanks to this madame, we did not have a homeland, and a country named USSR. How much nastiness from its submission was made to us, the current citizens of Russia. She does not deserve such attention from our media. A SHAME,
      5. kaprall
        kaprall April 10 2013 13: 46
        0
        That is the essence, respect your enemy, but do not relax your ass! At one time, Gorbi and Pian (EBN) relaxed - the result, the country of the USSR boldly from world maps. When the parliament was shot in 93, few stood by its side ...
        1. Ghenxnumx
          Ghenxnumx April 10 2013 13: 53
          +1
          Quote: kaprall
          At one time, Gorbi and Pian (EBN) relaxed - the result, the country of the USSR boldly from world maps.

          Well, you, on the contrary, and humpback and ebn did their best am so that the USSR boldly from the world map. hi
          I believe that the old woman was in the same place as ebn (and these are not flowers with harps, but frying pans with boilers), and a couple of them will be waiting for a hunchback
      6. alexdol
        alexdol April 10 2013 18: 52
        +1
        smel RU "Personally, I am surprised by the regret about her death, which is expressed in our media"
        -------------------------------
        Totally agree with you! And about "dimona" - so he is the same ENEMY for RUSSIA, like ..., I have repeatedly said and will talk about this, and it is high time to involve him in the ANSWER
    3. Vadivak
      Vadivak April 10 2013 08: 59
      +8
      Quote: albert
      at which the British celebrated Thatcher's death.


      For us, Thatcher has always been an enemy,
      "on the territory of the USSR, it is economically justified to live 15 million
      man".

      "The Russians should be reduced to 15 million people serving wells and mines." This has already been supplemented by Majer
      1. Zynaps
        Zynaps April 11 2013 00: 24
        +1
        this, incidentally, wasn’t Thatcher talking, but the frog-like cannibal Albraich. and not wells and mines, but a pipeline. and she also said that there is no justice in life if Siberia belongs to Russia. Thatcher, despite her unpleasantness, was much more restrained and prudent in words.

        our country was very unlucky. while in the West two real crusaders came to power - Reagan and Thatcher, the political system of the USSR was not able to put forward a single worthy and sensible person to restrain them, except for the smelly spotted jellyfish.
    4. Egoza
      Egoza April 10 2013 09: 06
      +9
      Quote: albert
      British police dispersed a rally in Bristol at which the British celebrated the death of Thatcher

      And not only in Bristol!
      On the day of Margaret Thatcher's death in central London, hundreds of people gathered to celebrate this event.
      The unusual event, organized on Facebook and Twitter, was attended by young people who are angry at Thatcher’s legacy, and those who survived the Iron Lady’s reign.
      "I'm not going to lament the death of this witch. She was one of the most disgusting characters in our history and economy. Thatcher was elitism embodied, she oppressed poor workers who had nothing. She added fuel to the fire of the class war." said one of the protesters, 62-year-old teacher Clive Berger.
      "When Thatcher was in power, I was not yet in the world, but my parents never said anything good about her," said 21-year-old Jed Miller, clutching a bottle of cider in his hands. However, not all protesters came here to have fun. For example, a serious 28-year-old student Ray Thornton said he wanted to honor the memory of the "victims of Thatcherism."
      "Yes, this is a great day. However, we must not only rejoice, but also remember all those people who were killed by the Thatcher regime. These are, first of all, the poor miners and soldiers who died in the senseless war in the Falkland Islands. Thatcherism is alive today, however, we must do everything to prevent the authorities from letting him loose, "the student said. In addition to London, the death of the Iron Lady was noted by more than 300 Glasgow residents.
      http://polemika.com.ua/news-114888.html#title
      1. Uncle lee
        Uncle lee April 11 2013 05: 46
        +7
        For England, she was Gaidar + Chubais ... Therefore, England was rejoicing.
    5. Gari
      Gari April 10 2013 09: 20
      +4
      Quote: albert
      According to the mailbox, the British police dispersed a rally in Bristol at which the British celebrated the death of Thatcher. That's how she was remembered in England.

      If I could go to this celebration, God forgive me
    6. Kolya
      Kolya April 10 2013 09: 46
      +3
      Double standards of the West: people celebrate and "one percent" mourns. People always know better!
    7. Alexander-81
      Alexander-81 April 10 2013 10: 04
      +6
      I want to believe that we will have festive celebrations with the death of Gorbi.
    8. Pacifist
      Pacifist April 10 2013 11: 09
      +4
      I agree with them. This old hag hated my country and wanted to destroy my people. Died, fair wind. It’s a pity that it’s not in agony.
      1. Gari
        Gari April 10 2013 11: 44
        +3
        Quote: Pacifist
        I agree with them. This old hag hated my country and wanted to destroy my people. Died, fair wind. It’s a pity that it’s not in agony.

        Margaret Thatcher had a stroke. In recent years, she suffered from Alzheimer's disease.
        American President Ronald Reagan died from her,
        Alzheimer's disease is a neurodegenerative disease, the most common form of dementia. Over time, mental abilities weaken, the body loses all its functions. It turns into a vegetable
        The two main culprits of the death of the USSR,
        everything is visible above and still there is a higher Justice
        1. Pacifist
          Pacifist April 10 2013 11: 49
          +1
          Well, fine.
        2. bootlegger
          bootlegger April 11 2013 09: 19
          0
          The culprits of the death of the USSR are not Thatcher and Reagan, but a moron and a drunkard who seized power in our country. And it’s okay, if only they could have survived, but they managed to come in a row.
          But Thatcher and Reagan acted in the interests of their countries and we are foolish to blame them.
    9. Corsair5912
      Corsair5912 April 10 2013 12: 13
      +1
      And it’s not customary for us to celebrate the death of the enemies of the Russian people.
      Although, you can join the Little British, a common enemy.
      1. Dilshat
        Dilshat April 10 2013 23: 42
        0
        no, let it go ---> http://www.reddem.ru/pozhaluysta/
    10. sibircat
      sibircat April 10 2013 12: 34
      +1
      And how are we going to celebrate when her friends Gorbachev will play in the box!
    11. 755962
      755962 April 10 2013 13: 09
      +2
      Quote: albert
      That's how she was remembered in England.

    12. Sakhalininsk
      Sakhalininsk April 10 2013 13: 18
      +1
      Quote: albert
      According to the mailbox, the British police dispersed a rally in Bristol at which the British celebrated the death of Thatcher. That's how she was remembered in England.


      The fact that the devils cleaned up the old ghoul is good, it means that the people of the nagli "loved" this vile woman.
      I hope the GDP did not send condolences to Small Britain over the fact that this abomination has died.
      1. Igarr
        Igarr April 10 2013 18: 49
        +3
        Well you guys are cool ... in kind ...
        Brothers, what is the tower demolishing, or what?
        That you are dead woman ... attacked. Not in .. Russian, somehow.
        Used IT product number 2. YES. YES YES. I repeat a hundred times - she was an enemy of the USSR, and therefore, personally mine - it will be so.
        And now ... what to dance on the bones?
        She died - .... well ... we’ll all be there. Estimate ... meet ... with an angel - and he is to us, to me. you .. declare - wore the mask of M. Thatcher. What? And you (I, he, she) answer - .. well, hello, aunt. And I'm Attila. ..Or there, Dzhugashvili.
        .
        Enemy.
        True enemy.
        But - BETTER - to have - REAL ENEMIES. Than ... beautiful slugs.
        At the helm of power.
        (Not from the word - feed, but from the word - Pilot).
        .
        The real ENEMY is dead. We will honor him - as a true ENEMY. Not bent over.
        .
        And his slugs - tear the sole.
        So I think.
        1. Ruslan67
          Ruslan67 April 11 2013 03: 34
          +2
          Quote: Igarr
          Enemy.
          True enemy.
          But - BETTER - to have - REAL ENEMIES. Than ... beautiful slugs.

          Quote: Igarr
          The real ENEMY is dead. We will honor him - as a true ENEMY. Not bent over.

          Hammer it into the head of Normal and Co.
    13. Strezhevchanin
      Strezhevchanin April 11 2013 20: 57
      0
      Back in 2004, leftists and British anarchists promised that when Thatcher died, they would come to Trafalgar Square to celebrate this event. And now the dream has come true, and you can celebrate, though not in Trafalgar Square, but in Brinkstone. But the intensity of public festivities from this did not become weaker. As the organizers themselves joke, “Thatcher scored on the working class, so we decided to score on the news about her death.” Actually, the photos below show well that not only in Russia they rejoiced over the death of Thatcher.
  2. Greyfox
    Greyfox April 10 2013 08: 21
    20
    Apparently inside Britain, the death of this figure caused the same feelings as the death of EBN inside Russia, an indicative official grief and joy in the soul of most people. And from my point of view, the enemy of my country died, I see nothing bad. Good news.
  3. Trailer
    Trailer April 10 2013 08: 23
    23
    Hmm, I watched the British escort her: some under the bagpipes, some under the champagne. Just like in a joke: the mother-in-law was buried - two slaughterhouse broke!
    1. sergo0000
      sergo0000 April 10 2013 08: 45
      +9
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=V_JyVoaSYJ0
      I remember that after her statement that Russia has enough population of 15 million, one liberal-minded lady with longing in her voice asked, "Well, why fifteen, not at least fifty !?" bully
      Apparently she was seriously puzzled and excited, the words of her idol and probably realized that she would be very, very problematic to get into that number! laughing
    2. Kaa
      Kaa April 10 2013 08: 55
      +8
      Quote: Karavan
      the mother-in-law was buried - two slaughterhouse tore
      And on the bagpipes you need to play something from the repertoire of "Metal Corrosion", not "Iron Maiden". Still, ordinary Britons suffered, although not to the same extent as ordinary residents of the USSR from the "Iron Lady". And I also recall that in case of turmoil in domestic politics, a "small victorious war" is needed, so who provoked the war for the Falklands is still a question ...
      1. Vadivak
        Vadivak April 10 2013 09: 07
        +2
        Quote: Kaa
        Still, ordinary Britons suffered, although not to the same extent as ordinary residents of the USSR

        Quote: Vadivak
        Quote: smel
        Personally, I am surprised by the regret about her death, which is expressed in our media


        What if they’re not allowed to go to London?



        But seriously, that's the way Thatcher is not liked in England, in Europe, in Latin America, in Africa and Asia. Paradoxically, she is most loved in Russia - the country she loved least. From longing for economic efficiency, which we have not had for a long time. They love for those Thatcher properties, which in Europe seemed shocking to many: open arrogance towards small and poor countries, the ability to knock their fists on the table and send destroyers for their homeland to another hemisphere.
      2. Ruslan67
        Ruslan67 April 11 2013 03: 41
        +2
        Quote: Kaa
        And on the bagpipes you need to play something from the repertoire of "Metal Corrosion", not "Iron Maiden".

        Something happened to your wisdom what Shedding has begun? wassat
        1. Kaa
          Kaa April 11 2013 04: 13
          +2
          Quote: Ruslan67
          Something happened to your wisdom
          Shedding didn’t begin - late spring, but what’s the problem? Did I mention the wrong group or insulted Rita-Margarita’s memory? request Then forgive me, explain why I’m dissatisfied, maybe I will obey or correct soldier
          1. Ruslan67
            Ruslan67 April 11 2013 04: 29
            +3
            Quote: Kaa
            And on the bagpipes you need to play something from the repertoire of "Metal Corrosion", not "Iron Maiden".

            Do you imagine these sounds? all living creatures in the district will rest wassat But seriously, it was a real unclouded enemy but! strong and dignified and dancing on bones is inappropriate here And look who comes to replace them and what to expect from them? hi
            1. Kaa
              Kaa April 11 2013 05: 14
              +1
              Quote: Ruslan67
              seriously, it was a real, unclouded enemy, but! strong and dignified and dancing on bones is inappropriate here
              Ruslan, I disagree. It was she who suggested leaving 15 million people in the USSR. Well, you and I would do a little partisan, and another 335 million, women, children? "If you sit on the river bank long enough, sooner or later the corpse of your enemy will float along it." We waited. There will be new ones - Russia is not the same, we will not allow to lose it, as when we believed her and the bear. negative And about the bagpipes and animals, it is accepted, I did not think. good But the mass of the British noted her death as a holiday, with champagne, they knew a lot better about her ...
              1. Ruslan67
                Ruslan67 April 11 2013 05: 29
                +3
                Quote: Kaa
                .This she proposed to leave 15 million people in the USSR.

                I said molting has begun wassat This is actually Albright noted to tear it apart am
              2. Ruslan67
                Ruslan67 April 11 2013 05: 37
                +3
                Quote: Kaa
                and another 335 million, women, children?

                Where did you find so much in the union? what At the time of the collapse, the population was 290 mil. + -
                1. Kaa
                  Kaa April 11 2013 06: 14
                  -1
                  Quote: Ruslan67
                  At the time of the collapse, the population was 290 mil. +
                  to be exact, 286,7. Add mortality and lack of growth (including through its fault). Without the collapse of the USSR, 350 million was planned for the next census.
                  PS You do not know what happens with the avatar and flag, then red, then old?
  4. Russian
    Russian April 10 2013 08: 31
    0
    Sorry, that is not the topic, but it hurts to ask.
    Yesterday I wanted to publish an article about veterans, still exactly a month before the celebration of the Great Victory. Almost the whole article was written by myself, except for the statistical numbers I took, that is, I didn’t just take it and copy everything from somewhere. Frankly, in it I criticize our government for not paying enough attention to our veterans, but the criticism is constructive, supported by official quotes and videos. To which he came to answer, I quote:
    “I would not blame the authorities for the lack of attention to veterans. Suppose there is a mass of window dressing by May 9, but, say, about 40 years ago, when Victory Day was not yet celebrated, the situation was much worse. Nevertheless, veterans have a lot of benefits, excellent pensions. ”
    To which I wrote that in the opinions section, it seems that YOUR opinions are laid out, with which the site administrators may not agree, it even says so. And he asked the question that articles with clearly anti-Russian sentiments turn out to have the right to life, is there a recent article confirming Russophobia in Ukraine, but is there no criticism of our current government? There was no response. Do you think this is normal? I expected another from this site, I was disappointed in it.
  5. marsel1524
    marsel1524 April 10 2013 08: 40
    +4
    The enemy died, the "good", the real enemy ...
    1. aviamed90
      aviamed90 April 10 2013 13: 16
      +4
      Enemies must not only be destroyed, but also respected. Thatcher was a strong opponent. Too bad she was our enemy.
      1. OTTO
        OTTO April 11 2013 00: 08
        +1
        I agree it was a strong, respectable adversary, and the fact that the British were happy about her death ... so much the worse for the British.
        1. Ruslan67
          Ruslan67 April 11 2013 05: 43
          +3
          Quote: OTTO
          the worse for the British.

          They didn’t seem to understand that it was their last bright politician whom they will recall request
  6. Alikovo
    Alikovo April 10 2013 08: 46
    +4
    do not forget Brzezinski.
  7. Avenger711
    Avenger711 April 10 2013 08: 47
    -2
    Hurried, ****.
  8. horoh
    horoh April 10 2013 08: 50
    +1
    And who is next?
    1. MilaPhone
      MilaPhone April 10 2013 09: 53
      +9
      Quote: horoh
      And who is next?

      Madeline Albright!
      The words attributed to her: "Siberia is too large a territory to belong to one state."
      1. lewerlin53rus
        lewerlin53rus April 10 2013 10: 17
        +7
        Quote: horoh
        And who is next?

        In response to the mind, the words of the character of our great actor and poet Vladimir Vysotsky Zhiglov come:
        "And now Humpback!"
  9. rereture
    rereture April 10 2013 08: 57
    +3
    Died and died, not what tragedy to do.
  10. Nagaibak
    Nagaibak April 10 2013 09: 07
    +7
    And on our central TV sobbing channels ... as if someone of ours, a worthy one, had died. Of their rarely, anyone receives such honors on our TV channels. But the enemy died, guilty of the collapse of our state. Smart, calculating, strong-willed, but an enemy who achieved his goal of the collapse of the USSR.
    1. Ruslan67
      Ruslan67 April 11 2013 03: 43
      +2
      Quote: Nagaibak
      And on our central TV sobbing channels ... as if someone of ours, a worthy one, had died. Of their rarely, anyone receives such honors on our TV channels

      Probably because there is an acute shortage of personalities of this magnitude
    2. Uncle lee
      Uncle lee April 11 2013 06: 02
      +7
      When my cat died, I cried ... But the death of M. Thatcher did not squeeze a tear from me
  11. SCS
    SCS April 10 2013 09: 10
    +4
    to creep into the internal affairs of states, much less to participate in their destruction, is the same as to shoot civilians and go unpunished! therefore, burn her in a hot flame ... in a place with our EBN.
    Quote: horoh
    And who is next?

    Of course it’s not good to wish bad things to people, but Gorbachev once joined the above!
    1. Vadivak
      Vadivak April 10 2013 09: 41
      +3
      Quote: SCS
      Of course it’s not good to wish bad things to people, but Gorbachev once joined the above!


      The truth has already joined in a peculiar way - Thatcher called Gorbachev for her funeral in accordance with the approved funeral plan
      1. Normal
        Normal April 10 2013 11: 48
        +4
        Quote: Vadivak
        Thatcher called on her funeral Gorbachev

        I was really happy - I thought in the next world ...
      2. SlavaP
        SlavaP April 10 2013 20: 31
        0
        Hehe! Our grateful treasury allocated £ 6mn for her funeral. Part, of course, from my pocket of an honest taxpayer - but not a bit sorry! D also thought - if Gorbach still shuffles here - maybe he should be buried (Two for a price of one)?
    2. Corsair5912
      Corsair5912 April 10 2013 12: 18
      +1
      You can even help spotted flippers glue and arrange a holiday.
  12. pinecone
    pinecone April 10 2013 09: 14
    +4
    A very harmful woman, was friends with the labeled one, and in her own country she successfully defeated industry and the social sphere, for which she was recorded as a saint by the world financial kagal.
  13. vladsolo56
    vladsolo56 April 10 2013 09: 17
    +4
    In the West she is represented as a fighter for democracy, who really was she? The fact that it was not one hundred percent democrat, she did not defend democracy, but only the interests of the ruling class, she wanted to spit on workers, students and retirees. The main thing is that the profits of the monopolies grow, everything else is not important. Colonial politics is generally beyond criticism, the Falklands, since when the territory of Britain, for distant lands. So she did nothing significant in either domestic or foreign policy, all the honors in her honor are just a theater of the absurd. England is generally a strange country, contains a royal family, and even enjoys it.
  14. Boris55
    Boris55 April 10 2013 09: 21
    +2
    "God is not Timoshka, he sees a little." Deprived the radish of the mind for the last.
    The hunchback without a curator was left, what would he do ... maybe after her follow ...
    The people would have had fun, the whole country would have been buzzing for joy for a week ...
  15. Ascetic
    Ascetic April 10 2013 09: 41
    +7
    And many documents on that 1982 war are still not declassified by the United Kingdom.


    In December 2012, the National Archives of Britain made some of the most interesting government documents from 1982 to the public. from which the "secret" stamp was removed after a thirty-year limitation period. The main place among them is occupied by materials on the Falklands War between Great Britain and Argentina, as well as on the landmark visits to the United Kingdom of US President Ronald Reagan and Pope John Paul II. There is also a draft of a congratulatory document to Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev on his 75th birthday, on which Thatcher put a resolution in her own hand
    "Afghanistan? I really don't think (emphasized) that we should send congratulations."




    So on December 18, the answer from the English foreign office was gone

    “We have come to the conclusion that in light of the current international situation, congratulations from the Prime Minister on Brezhnev’s 75th birthday would be unacceptable. It may be useful for you to know that the Prime Minister considers the situation in Afghanistan sufficient reason not to send congratulations "


    Declassified archival materials also indicate that the British government could not accurately predict when Brezhnev would die and who would succeed him.
    In August 1979, the Foreign Office presented Thatcher with its report on the situation in the USSR, which says: "Brezhnev (who is now 72) can last another winter, but not two. However, there are no signs that his legal capacity is in question." At a meeting with Thatcher, the then British Ambassador to Moscow, Sir Curtis Keeble, suggested that one of the most likely successors to Brezhnev could be the Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the USSR Alexei Kosygin, who "is in exceptionally good shape."
    However, Kosygin soon had a disagreement with Brezhnev because of his position on the entry of Soviet troops into Afghanistan, in October 1980, Kosygin resigned due to health reasons, and died in December of that year.
    According to Kibla, Brezhnev's successor "should have been more likely to come from an elderly second echelon of the ruling elite than a representative of the younger lower echelon of the party."
    As a result, Brezhnev survived another three winters, and after his death, the ex-head of the KGB of the USSR, Yuri Andropov, who was Brezhnev's long-time associate, became the new general secretary of the CPSU Central Committee and the country's leader. He died in February 1984. Thatcher was present at his funeral.
    link
    1. Vadivak
      Vadivak April 10 2013 09: 52
      +2
      Hi Stas. The Falklands were an Argentine initiative. On April 2, 1982, an Argentine landing force landed on the islands and after a short battle forced it to capitulate a small garrison of British marines there.
  16. sergo0000
    sergo0000 April 10 2013 10: 05
    +4
    Russia will not be officially represented by anyone at Margaret Thatcher's funeral, ITAR-TASS reported with reference to Dmitry Peskov, spokesman for Vladimir Putin.
    “We will not go, they (the funeral) are not state-owned,” Peskov said, bearing in mind that Thatcher’s funeral will not have state status.
  17. nnnnnn
    nnnnnn April 10 2013 10: 18
    +4
    In the UK, celebrates the death of Margaret Thatcher
    - Is it possible to urinate in the cemetery? - You can’t. If it won't be Margaret Thatcher's grave. God willing, she will soon play in the box.

    - Is it possible to beat an old woman? Of course not. If it's not Margaret Thatcher.

    - Do I need to return to the death penalty in the UK? No, humanity should be humane and not kill its own kind ... But you can only return for one day - especially for Margaret Thatcher. You just have to hurry, otherwise she’ll give the ends herself.
  18. nnnnnn
    nnnnnn April 10 2013 10: 19
    0
    "Ding-dong, the bitch is dead
    Witch old s * k, English s * k
    Ding-dong, the English bitch is dead ... "
  19. nnnnnn
    nnnnnn April 10 2013 10: 21
    +1
    Liverpool generation will dance at Thatcher's grave
  20. nnnnnn
    nnnnnn April 10 2013 10: 23
    +7
    Note that even among the members of parliament there were those who were delighted by the news of Thatcher's death. "Thatcher called Nelson Mandela a terrorist. I saw it myself. Let her burn in hell," wrote the MP from Bradford George Galloway in his microblog.
  21. pa_nik
    pa_nik April 10 2013 10: 27
    +2
    Listen, well, the right word, tired of already ... Either a piece of cake in every newspaper, PR for all channels, then a week about Berezovsky’s procrastination, now about this .. Baroness. She died, she died. repeat The media maintain interest in personalities and news that I personally dislike and would like to quickly forget about them and move on to the Bright Future laughing
  22. str73
    str73 April 10 2013 10: 38
    +2
    The real liberalist has died. Instead of pinching the rich (introducing additional taxes), she decided to take away the milk from the children, the work from their parents, and these are signs of a real LIBERAST!
  23. waisson
    waisson April 10 2013 10: 44
    0
    Yes, she drank plenty of blood with us. One thing I can say is that they don’t say bad things about tea-bags
  24. Mhpv
    Mhpv April 10 2013 10: 46
    +1
    Quote: Vadivak
    Quote: AntonR7
    As if a famous Russian actor is dead.


    You guys can think of what you want about me, but I'm not sorry for the famous Russian actors, but sorry for the unknown Russian peasants

    You are right. Our actors drive themselves there by leading an "active lifestyle", and the state helps the peasants in no way. hi
  25. nikolas 83
    nikolas 83 April 10 2013 11: 03
    0
    Good news. yes
  26. mnn_13
    mnn_13 April 10 2013 11: 16
    +3
    Thatcher made the rich more rich, the poor got bigger and poorer. From Thatcherism, has the world become more humane, peaceful and stable ...?
  27. Alekseir162
    Alekseir162 April 10 2013 11: 20
    +3
    Good news (although dancing on the graves of enemies is bad form). The enemies of Russia are dying, and the forecasts about the death of Russia do not come true.
    1. Corsair5912
      Corsair5912 April 10 2013 12: 26
      -1
      According to archaeological data, the Russian people live on the Great Russian Plain for more than 40000 years. Russians smelted bronze and iron in those days when the Stone Age was on the British Isles and the north of Western Europe.
  28. Parabelum
    Parabelum April 10 2013 11: 55
    +3
    Tagged humpback mold, your friends have all gathered, a pan has been prepared for you, come on, don’t stop.
    1. Egoza
      Egoza April 10 2013 12: 50
      +2
      Quote: Parabelum
      Tagged humpback mold, your friends have all gathered, a pan has been prepared for you, come on, don’t stop.

      Maybe a stroke or a heart attack will seize him there at the funeral from disappointment and worries? repeat
  29. Vrungel78
    Vrungel78 April 10 2013 12: 03
    +4
    I, like most, very good. glad of her death. May they fry her in the next world. On this already burned, like a real witch. It is a pity that they hide the burial place, they are afraid that they will probably open the dust and let it go in the wind.
  30. Doctor Evil
    Doctor Evil April 10 2013 12: 39
    +2
    Gorbachev, apparently, is crying with grief. Nothing, Tagged, soon it's your turn!
  31. Mikhail Topor
    Mikhail Topor April 10 2013 12: 42
    +2
    Quote: str73
    Instead of pinching the rich (introducing additional taxes), she decided to take away the milk from the children, the work from their parents, and these are signs of a real LIBERAST!

    not for nothing in Britain itself they dance along the Rita-Zhelezyak bully
  32. revnagan
    revnagan April 10 2013 13: 18
    +2
    As the saying goes, whatever would be sick, if only she died ... It is a pity, with a delay of years of commercials by ... twenty.
  33. Suvorov000
    Suvorov000 April 10 2013 13: 39
    +3
    The old shmaromoyka went there and the road to her, if Hillary Clinton would have taken with her, it would have been nice
  34. Mhpv
    Mhpv April 10 2013 13: 49
    +1
    Like Leontyev’s song:
    "Alone again, you are alone again, You are waiting for a call, trembling slightly. Your phone is watching a sweet dream, And you are alone, all alone. And you look at the window at night, And at night it is so dark outside, You are tired, tired of waiting, And After all, she once knew how to fly. Margarita, Margarita, after all, you have not forgotten, Margarita, Do you remember how it was all. Margarita, The window is open, because you have not forgotten, Margarita, You do remember how it all was. Here you are you get up, turn off the light, Your silhouette has gone out in the window. The night is so disturbing and so tender, And the moon is dancing for you. "
  35. aspecimen
    aspecimen April 10 2013 13: 50
    +3
    The best gift for me and Russia is the death of enemies.
  36. Terrible ensign
    Terrible ensign April 10 2013 13: 51
    0
    Greetings Colleagues!
    I agree with Vadivak absolutely. As a politician thinking about her country, about its development and prosperity, Margaret Thatcher was an example of an excellent leader at the state and international level. A clear understanding of the goals that need to be achieved, as well as possible, real ways to achieve them; setting specific tasks for ministries and departments, the personal responsibility of managers for the assigned work and constant control over the routine execution of the functionality - "her calling card". On the one hand, it is good that there is no such enemy. On the other hand, it is a pity that there is no such enemy - there is no one to learn to govern from ... Our leadership has not worked this way since the time of Stalin-Beria.
    Our Motherland has long lacked such politicians and leaders.
  37. mizantropi
    mizantropi April 10 2013 13: 59
    +1
    It is unfortunate that this dirty aunt did not play in the box about 40 years ago! The air on our small planet would be noticeably cleaner ...
  38. Prapor Afonya
    Prapor Afonya April 10 2013 14: 20
    +1
    Quote: SPACE
    All some "sad" news from Foggy Albion: Birch Aligarh, Iron Lady ...

    Soon the foggy albion will go under water laughing
  39. Prapor Afonya
    Prapor Afonya April 10 2013 14: 22
    +1
    Quote: Suvorov000
    The old shmaromoyka went there and the road to her, if Hillary Clinton would have taken with her, it would have been nice

    And did Rice forget about scandal? belay
    1. rodevaan
      rodevaan April 11 2013 08: 57
      0
      Quote: Prapor Afonya
      Quote: Suvorov000
      The old shmaromoyka went there and the road to her, if Hillary Clinton would have taken with her, it would have been nice

      And did Rice forget about scandal? belay


      - Moreover Brzezika in the same pan would not hurt! Mercader wouldn’t be hired to ... to speed up the process.
  40. Prapor Afonya
    Prapor Afonya April 10 2013 14: 31
    +2
    That's how people grieve over Thatcher!
  41. Terkin
    Terkin April 10 2013 14: 36
    +1
    She never saw 15 million in Russia for the service staff of an oil and gas pipe.
    1. rodevaan
      rodevaan April 11 2013 08: 56
      0
      Quote: Terkin
      She never saw 15 million in Russia for the service staff of an oil and gas pipe.


      - But now she will see much more interesting things at the Capricorn at the reception.
  42. CAMS
    CAMS April 10 2013 15: 37
    +1
    regret is the fact that people like her are not able to rethink what they have done, they can’t wait.
  43. tverskoi77
    tverskoi77 April 10 2013 15: 53
    +1
    Why talk about this rusty club with us. She hated Russia, wrote off ... and to hell with her. All have forgotten!
  44. Black
    Black April 10 2013 16: 12
    +3
    Thatcher’s funeral will cost 6 million. pounds. Mourners hired miners laid off in the 80s.
  45. Semyon Albertovich
    Semyon Albertovich April 10 2013 16: 29
    +2
    She is loved by stupid bureaucrats who want to remove the last trousers from the working people, and declare that this makes the people "happy" / Thatcherists are cast-iron grandmothers "/.
  46. Shick
    Shick April 10 2013 17: 35
    0
    everything will be there
  47. Shick
    Shick April 10 2013 17: 36
    0
    everything will be there
  48. tomket
    tomket April 10 2013 18: 13
    +4
    In England, the first place in the charts is taken by a song from an old cartoon, a literal translation of the name "Ding-dong the old witch died"
  49. Andrey Yuryevich
    Andrey Yuryevich April 10 2013 18: 34
    +3
    if you sit on the shore, sooner or later the corpse of your enemy will swim ... (Native American wisdom)
  50. Vovka levka
    Vovka levka April 10 2013 23: 13
    -1
    They say either good or nothing about the dead.
    Do not judge and you will not be judged.
    1. rodevaan
      rodevaan April 11 2013 08: 48
      0
      Quote: Vovka Levka
      They say either good or nothing about the dead.
      Do not judge and you will not be judged.


      - Why be silent? When over our corpses there is a joyful puppy-like zapadoid rampage, then for some reason it is considered good and normal. And for some reason no one there thinks it is ethical or unethical, democratically or not democratically. we are enemies to them, and they openly rejoice in our troubles, whatever they may be. Remember the terrorist attacks in Domodedovo, in Beslan, the explosions in Moscow - did they really grieve about our killed fellow citizens? Yes to hell with onions! They raised a squeal and squeal that this is what the Russian "occupants" need! And how should I react to this? Forgive and forget the fools of their stupidity? Fuck them in the mouth!
      And why, when we already see the corpse of the enemy - you see us - not a word, no, no!

      No, dear - if you please, - a good enemy is a dead enemy. And I am directly talking about this. When the Russophobic bastard dies, wishing my people death, and my country a dependent half-living existence in wars, chaos and devastation - you know, I’m not inclined to show ostentatious tolerance and democracy to such freaks. I want to express satisfaction that the bastards who openly despise and hate my country and my people, who are 3 heads ahead of them, both in terms of culture and education, and in terms of their spiritual and human qualities, have suffered absolutely deserved punishment.

      And I know that many people think so - they just don’t say it. Show oversized tolerance.
      1. Vovka levka
        Vovka levka April 11 2013 12: 20
        0
        Where hatred reigns, there is no future.
        Because hatred makes us blind, and it dooms us to failure.
        1. rodevaan
          rodevaan April 11 2013 19: 35
          0
          Quote: Vovka Levka
          Where hatred reigns, there is no future.
          Because hatred makes us blind, and it dooms us to failure.


          - This is not hatred, it is a real reflection of reality. And where there is a real reflection of reality, and not rassosolstvo and naive complacency, there is respect and fear on the part of the enemies. Alright, let me call everyone and everyone by their proper names, without any political correctness.
          1. Vovka levka
            Vovka levka April 11 2013 22: 09
            0
            It is your right to look at the world as you see fit.