Tuesday, 9 April 2013


Margaret Thatcher may no longer be with us, but what she gave to the world will be cherished for generations. 

The fact is, if you asked people today if they are happier Pre-Thatcher or Post-Thatcher – the answer would resoundingly be the latter.

She changed Britain for the better and you can see it even today.

When it came to Communism, Unions, Taxes, Jobs, Falklands and Bloated Government she was able to tackle the core problems and make the country prosperous.  

If you ask most people whether she was correct in taking on those big issues, even most of her fierce opponents agreed that she was right. They didn't like how she went about her business. That maybe true but she did counter that by saying: “If you just set out to be liked, you will be prepared to compromise on anything at anytime, and would achieve nothing.” 
If she adopted the policy of “go along to get along” she wouldn't have ever succeeded or even been Conservative leader in the first place.

Furthermore she was adamant that Britain needed to change:

"I came to office with one deliberate intent: to change Britain from a dependent to a self-reliant society — from a give-it-to-me, to a do-it-yourself nation. A get-up-and-go, instead of a sit-back-and-wait-for-it Britain." 

History is already judging her with a sense of awe. The way that the Left have been vilifying her since her passing is not really surprising. That doesn't mean that we can’t condemn them. She has been compared to a wicked witch and Osama Bin-Laden as per the below picture courtesty of buzzfeed.com.

If you go on Twitter you will see even more vile diatribe from the so called ‘tolerant’ people of our country. Ironically, the people that called her misguided, dangerous and incorrect were as wrong yesterday as they were during her Premiership. 

Actions speak louder than words and facts are stubborn things and it is irrefutable that Britain is far better off for having the Iron Lady in power than not. 

She truly was the most successful Prime Minister since Winston Churchill. 


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