Commies Continue the Hate: Scotland Yard Sergeant Resigns after Tweeting “I hope Thatcher’s death was “degrading and painful”

Steve Cooper
The Conservative Monster

Sergeant Jeremy Scott said he hoped the former prime minister’s death at the age of 87 was ‘painful and degrading’.

 

The 52-year-old Scotland Yard officer also suggested the world would be a ‘better place’ if David Cameron, too, were dead.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2307705/Scotland-Yard-sergeant-Jeremy-Scott-resigns-Margaret-Thatcher-degrading-painful-death-tweets

 

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8 thoughts on “Commies Continue the Hate: Scotland Yard Sergeant Resigns after Tweeting “I hope Thatcher’s death was “degrading and painful””

  1. There were many parties in the UK, hundreds by some estimates, on the death of Margaret Thatcher. The view of many was that Mrs Thatcher was a callous Prime Minister who cared more for her free market ideology and a rich friends than she did for human beings.

  2. THE U.K. IS RAPIDLY BECOMING A MUSLIM COUNTRY ANYWAY…. I WONDER WHAT THEY WILL DO WHEN A MUSLIM BECOMES THE QUEEN…. OR 4 QUEENS AT ONCE… THAT WILL BE A LAUGH AND A HALF… FOR AMERICANS TO SEE…

  3. The police advise people to stay out of central London on Sat. evening. It appears that there will be three large anti Thatcher demonstrations going on. No problem with that but about 30 thousand football ‘fans’ (call hooligans by most normal people) plan a ‘counter demonstration’. What that means that thousands of young punks will drink way way too much, work themselves into a frenzy, and then riot in the streets. Expect the hooligans to attack the anti Thatcher groups with sports bats, glass bottles, rocks, knives, machetes, etc. Expect lots of blood in the streets.

  4. Well the anti-Thatcher protest in London came off on schedule with people arriving from all corners of the UK. Good news, it was raining and cold and damp in London so there were only a thousand or so people in Trafalgar Square and only 10 of the football hooligans were arrested.

    Next anti-Thatcher protest will be during the funeral on Wed.

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