The book of condolence at Finchley Conservatives' HQ. 'Not even those who praise Thatcher suggest that she was ever loved.' Photograph: Matt Dunham/AP
The book of condolence at Finchley Conservatives’ HQ. ‘Not even those who praise Thatcher suggest that she was ever loved.’ Photograph: Matt Dunham/AP

 

Where there was harmony, she brought discord. Where there was truth, she brought error. Where there was faith, she brought doubt. And where there was hope, she brought DESPAIR.

RE: Thatcher’s legacy to disabled people

“Some of us live like princes; Some of us live (and die) like queens. (Disabled People) live just like me. And we don’t know what it means; To take our place in ONE WORLD, To make our peace in ONE WORLD; To make our way in ONE WORLD: To have our say in ONE WORLD.”

One World by Scottish Singer/Songwriter John Martyn

Some of us live like princes
Some of us live like queens
Most of us live just like me
And we don’t know what it means
To take our place in one world
To make our peace in one world
To make our way in one world
To have our say in one world.

If you ain’t got two words to say
Then I can’t talk to you
No use crying, there’s been no crime
I say it’s just the way the wind blows
Just the name of the game
The way of the world
The way of the world
Just the way of the world
Just the way of the world.

Cold and lonely, cold and lonely
Cold and lonely world, for some
Cold and lonely, cold and lonely
Cold and lonely
Just a cold and lonely world for some.

There’s one world, like it or not
There’s one world, believe it or not
There’s one world
There’s one world, leave it or not
One world, like it or not
There’s one world.

Some of us live like princes
Some of us live like queens
Most of us live just like me
And we don’t know what it means
To take our place in one world
To take our place in one world
To make our love in one world
Make our way in one world
One world, one world.

See also

Glenda Jackson on Thatcher’s legacy: “We were told it was care in the community: it was no care in the community” Posted on April 10, 2013


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Comments
  • jimmy no legs April 11, 2013 at 10:24 am

    if i wanna dance i will

  • Humanity2012 April 11, 2013 at 10:51 am

    I Pay my Respects to those who Suffered under the Margaret Thatcher Regime

    Margaret Thatcher can go Rot in Hell

  • Qashie James April 11, 2013 at 3:07 pm

    Breaking news the pit workers down stairs have gone on strike due Maggies arrival as there is a shortage of British Coal?

  • Serenity April 11, 2013 at 6:47 pm

    Even the tories feared her that’s why they stabbed her in the back and kicked her too the kerb, oh the hypocrisy and propaganda we are being force-fed!

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2005/nov/22/books.france

  • Kevin Mullins April 16, 2013 at 1:01 pm

    “Patriotism the last bastion of the scoundrel”
    The most expensive and longest lasting party political broadcast in history.
    Fool me once shame on you fool me twice shame on me .

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