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April 17, 2013 / Fantelius

Explosion in Hell


The light in the background comes from an explosion in hell. Margaret Thatcher died.
The song ”Ding dong, The Witch Is Dead” shot to the top of the charts in the UK and the people danced in the streets.

The word disrespectful peppered the media. The rulers seem to believe that evil becomes respectable upon death. We didn’t hear them talking about respect when the witch took milk away from children’s school lunches or impoverished millions of citizens so that her friends could harvest riches.

The Iron Lady’s death caused not only a song and a word to rise in popularity, but an idiom as well: Good-bye and good riddance. (= I’m glad it’s gone.)



“The Iron Lady is now rusting in hell.”
Dartwill Aquila

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