posted on Apr, 8 2013 @ 08:25 AM
I was thinking to myself how I should I feel at this news, and the truth is, I don't feel anything, neither sadness nor joy. Death comes to us all,
yet we have many whom will want to vent their spleen, and condemn her for all the ills they have suffered, whether or not she and the policies she
brought to the table actually were the cause of such ills?
I think the most important legacy that could be squared upon her was a change in the mindset of this country. She broke the militancy of unions, she
did the same thing with the mining industry that Beeching did to the railways. By following her mate Reagan, she softened financial regulations that
were the foundational problem that has led the world into today's financial debacle (would she have bailed out banks?). She introduced the Poll Tax,
which forced everyone to pay towards the upkeep of the country's infrastructure, but we can see that successive governments and councils have abused
the effectiveness of the money it generated. In effect, she was just another cog in the elitist machine.
No matter what you think of her, her death is not going to change a damn thing in your life. Death didn't come to her out of justice or some form of
karmic payment, she simply died of a stroke in her old age.