August Bank Holiday to be renamed Margaret Thatcher Day. This is not a joke

PETITION -  Not to name the August bank holiday as Margaret Thatcher day.

Why is this important?

The bill is about to have its second reading on the 28/2/2014.

The general public are not aware of this occurring and I as an individual
of this so called democracy would be highly offended if they took to renaming the bank holiday after such a destructive and demoralising woman like Thatcher. Not everyone in this country lives by her values, far from it. Caring for others and being part of a large society is not a weakness.

It's an insult to Miners, socialists, families of the Hillsborough Disaster and too many more to name.

https://you.38degrees.org.uk/petitions/stop-naming-the-august-bank-holiday-as-margaret-thatcher-day

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19 Responses to “August Bank Holiday to be renamed Margaret Thatcher Day. This is not a joke”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Typical Tory scum.

    It’d be more appropriate to name it Saville day, as presumably he had fewer victims.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Come on Tap, let’s have a bigger article for this Evil hated monster.
    A creature so vile that frogs and toads would avoid her.
    Nearly more vermin like than so-vile.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I’ve already signed. I can only think that this is a deliberate act of provocation. She wasn’t just unpopular, she was reviled. If this was genuinely about the love or high esteem that a nation’s leader was held in, then wouldn’t Winston Churchill be a more appropriate candidate for having a holiday named after him?

  4. Tapestry says:

    Winston Churchill was the agent of a higher cabal that choreographed WW2. His debts were handled for him as long as he carried out the instructions of the Rothschild Zionists, destroying Britain’s Empire and economy for a generation, let alone sacrificing millions of commonwealth lives. The image created of him by the media is a total farce. His speeches written for him, and also spoken for him by Norman Shelley. He was drunk most of the time, and abused boys provided for him by the intelligence services.

  5. Tapestry says:

    Re Thatcher, while I understand the views of those who hate her, I am still grateful for the changes she brought in in the 1980s lowering taxation from 98% unearned and 80% earned – as otherwise, my business would not exist today, employing a hundred odd people – not all are odd actually.

    She remains a controversial character, and was possibly not the daughter of Roberts but of a philandering aristocrat – which is why she began to believe she was Royal, with her ‘we’ rather than ‘I’ breaking out at one point.

    Churchill BTW was undoubtedly not the son of Randolph Churchill, but of Edward 7th the Prince of Wales, son of Queen Victoria. Check it out on The Tap.

    Strangely one of my aunts was Mrs Thatcher’s domestic and personal PR adviser, working on her dress and hair style, as well as supporting her domestic needs. I met Carol Thatcher at my aunt’s parties, but never Mrs T. I was about 20 at the time. While she was aware of higher echelons of power than the democratic, she did seem to turn against the EU latterly, another factor in her favour as far as I am concerned, although that was the reason europhile elitists Heseltine and Howe felled her.

  6. Anonymous says:

    “His debts were handled for him as long as he carried out the instructions of the Rothschild Zionists, destroying Britain’s Empire and economy for a generation, let alone sacrificing millions of commonwealth lives.”

    Well, considering the Empire had as much to do with the will and want of the British people, as a motorbike has to do with a goldfish, I’m glad it went. All I ever bloody heard from my monarchist loving, Tory mother was how great the empire was and how it improved people’s lives. The more I read of the empire, the more it epitomises the hierarchy shitting on the lowearchy, while raking in the cash and living the good life all on the backs of those they looked down upon.

    The empire was a Jewish construct. There’s no doubt about that. And it’s the aftermath of the empire that’s now destroying Britain courtesy of mass immigration with the usual “they’re only doing to you what you did to them” rhetoric.

    But as for Thatcher, businessmen loved her but those affected by her actions certainly didn’t. I never liked the woman. The miner’s strike pretty much wrapped up my opinion of her. I still think today of the after effects of it; the job losses, the destruction of communities and villages, family breakups, suicides, the deindustrialisation, the heralding in of the service economy, competition between men and women in the workplace, yuppies……

    Harbinger

  7. Tapestry says:

    Blaming Thatcher for all gives Blair and Brown an easy ride. They destroyed the potential for new communities to replace the old, and delivered us into the hands of the corporations, smashing the ambition of millions of small businesses with regulation and a cultural swing against entrepreneurship/self-reliance.

    Thatcher realised the programme of centralisation was going too far, but was powerless to stop it, as the Party she ‘led’ was controlled by ‘them’ from behind the scenes. Liberty requires strong small and middle sized businesses to thrive. Slavery only needs Tesco and Esso, the world Blair and Brown brought in, and Cameron belongs to – the world of the big banks.

    Why she was so fond of Jimmy Savile is another major black mark. Then so too were Blair and Brown both pedophiles.

  8. Tapestry says:

    The British Empire was replaced with the American, because it was investing in the countries colonised raising standards worldwide ( as well as cruel exploitation). The American replaced this approach with Third World debt, and total corruption of the governing elites within each country. HIPCs became the norm, more to the taste of the central bankers, crippling the prospects of billions of people across the globe. China is the new power centre being readied to replace the United States. Her empirical style will probably be mass extinction of most other peoples on the planet. The British period will look like a golden age.

  9. Anonymous says:

    Tap, we realise you have a heavy cross to bear, in a democracy the majority should have the last say.
    I’m sure the majority of Tap readers would not like ” a Thatcher day “.
    We can only deal with one issue at a time, support the majority, have a vote with your workforce, then report back.

  10. Anonymous says:

    Tap, we realise you have a heavy cross to bear, in a democracy the majority should have the last say.
    I’m sure the majority of Tap readers would not like ” a Thatcher day “.
    We can only deal with one issue at a time, support the majority, have a vote with your workforce, then report back.

  11. Anonymous says:

    She would have counted us into the gas chambers and explained why afterwards.

    I think we should name a day after her.

    It should also be National Shitting Day – where everyone takles Co-Codamol for a fortnight before and a laxative on Thatchjer’s Day Eve. Then spends Thatcher Day building log cabins and shitting on Britain.

    Lovely, lovely, lovely! ‘Ow’s about that then?

  12. Anonymous says:

    Try telling this to the Scots and watch the reaction.

    Why don’t they just canonise her St Margaret The Hatchet.

  13. Tapestry says:

    This is no doubt being done to boost the YES campaign in Scotland.

  14. It should be Pedo sympathy day, evil witch!
    Andy

  15. Nollidge says:

    Tap:-Spot on about Churchill,but his mother was a Jewess who had a reputation for “putting it about.”
    Her original family name was Jacobsen,not Jerome.
    Winnie himself looked nothing like his parents or king Edward.One strong theory is that mummy got pregnant whilst gallivanting around Europe,most likely by a fellow Jew,& a hastily arranged marriage with an impecunious MP was arranged (with money compensation of course) & that this was the reason why his “father” had very little to do with him.

  16. Tapestry says:

    When Winston was born, he and his ‘parents’ were banned from Britain for three years and they took up residence in Ireland. The ban was by the Prince Of wales, later Edward 7th. If the baby wasn’t his then why would he have been bothered?

  17. Tapestry says:

    New book is available sourced from Peregrine Churchill giving access to previously unseen family letters and other documents –

    Winston Churchill’s mother had a two-year sexual liaison with King Edward VII, the Queen’s great-grandfather, according to a new book. Lady Randolph also swindled the wartime Prime Minister and his brother, Jack, out of part of their inheritance from their father Lord Randolph Churchill when she remarried, hitherto unseen family letters reveal. The correspondence also shows Winston wrongly implied that his parents neglected him, and that minimised Jack’s role in family history in order to inflate his own reputation.

    These remarkable assertions are made by husband-and-wife historians Celia and John Lee in their new biography of the Churchill family, based on thousands of documents kept secret for years in a locked room by Winston’s late nephew, Peregrine Churchill.

  18. Anonymous says:

    I had to check the date when I saw this and no it’s not the first of April, so as others have said here this is clearly an act of provocation by the Bullingdon Bully Boys. People seem to forget that these lying cheats weren’t even elected into power but since they decided it was their ‘turn’ to govern over five thousand people who were declared ‘fit to work’ by the French computer firm ATOS and then had their sickness benefits removed as a result have either died of their illness or committed suicide. What next, May Day Bank Holiday, which is called by its proper name of International Workers Day in most other country’s, being changed to Iain ‘I’ve never had a proper job’ Duncan Smith Day? I despair of this now dump of a country and am leaving, will the last honourable soul to follow me please turn out the lights…….thanks you!

  19. Steve Connor says:

    Well we have Guy Fawkes night. I can see Thatcher effigies being burnt on an annual basis if this goes through. It’s bound to backfire on the Tories.

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