‘Burn in Hellfires’: British Member of Parliament & Others Launch Obscene Attacks on Thatcher After Her Passing

Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher poses in front of the Place de la Concorde at the hotel Crillon balcony in Paris on June 22, 1995, where she is presenting the second tome of her memoirs. (Photo: AFP/Getty Images)

With the passing of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher Monday morning, many who resented her conservative politics began launching obscene attacks on the deceased woman’s character, particularly focusing on what they’d like to see done to her body and grave.

Twitchy captured a number of the grotesque responses, and we’ve added some of our own (​strong content warning for language):

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This video of a man laughing and singing like a lunatic in response to the news is starting to pick up steam, as well (​extreme content warning for language):

Even a controversial British MP weighed in on the event, saying he’d like to see the former Prime Minister “burn in hellfires.”

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But there are also many who recall the accomplishments of the “Iron Lady,” and what she did both for her own country and the world.

Touching photos have begun to trickle out of England of passers-by placing flowers and mementos near her residence, as the country honors one of its finest:

A man places floral tributes outside the home of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in central London, on April 8, 2013, following her death earlier Monday. (Photo: AFP/Getty Images)
Floral tributes are seen being left outside the house of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher who died from a stroke at the age of 87, in London, Monday, April 8, 2013. (Photo: AP)