Anglepoised Notes

Remembering Margaret Thatcher

All of us that grew up under Thatcher were taught that it is good to be selfish, that other people’s pain is not your problem, that pain is in fact a weakness and suffering is deserved and shameful. Perhaps there is resentment because the clemency and respect that are being mawkishly displayed now by some and haughtily demanded of the rest of us at the impending, solemn funeral are values that her government and policies sought to annihilate.

Russell Brand, Remembering Margaret Thatcher, Britain’s Unmaternal National Matriarch

(via notes.husk.org)

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Paul Love

Written by Paul Love who lives and works in Edinburgh building useful things.