Drama teacher behind vile Margaret Thatcher death parties likens Iron Lady to Hitler

April 11, 2013 | by | 2 Comments
Romany Blythe - complete with the boob job funded by the taxpayer - who organised vile and disturbingly benighted  parties celebrating Margaret Thatcher's death

Romany Blythe who organised vile and disturbingly benighted parties celebrating Margaret Thatcher’s death.

The drama teacher behind the controversial Margaret Thatcher death parties was unrepentant today  – and even likened the late Prime Minister to HITLER.

Romany Blythe, 45, created a group on Facebook called The Witch is Dead, calling for thousands to join “demonstrations of disapproval” across the country.

She told followers to “celebrate our liberty and freedom from tyranny on the day that Maggie stands down, once and for all” at a list of locations.

Questions have been asked as to how someone who organised such disturbing scenes could be put in a position of responsibility for young people.

Many of the parties boiled over into riots, with trouble in Brixton, George Square in Glasgow and Easton, Bristol, where six police officers were injured in the violence.

Ms Blythe, from Worthing, Sussex, has denied causing trouble and claimed to have been the “voice of reason”.

Despite the trouble, she remained extremely critical of Baroness Thatcher, calling her a “despot”.

She said: “People say you shouldn’t speak ill of the dead – but it depends who the dead person is.

“In normal circumstances celebrating someone’s death would be reprehensible.

“But we are generation X, upset people that left school to find hopelessness and despair.

“We just didn’t want to whitewash what happened while she was Prime Minister.

“There was no other time we could come together as a group and recognise what had happened.

“She was a despot. They danced in the streets when Hitler died too.  Mrs Thatcher was friends with Pinochet. She chose her friends very wisely.”

Ms Blythe specialises in teaching troubled children at schools in Brighton.

On Facebook she wrote: ‘Who wants to p*** on her grave?’, inviting 5,300 people to a ‘flash party’ to celebrate her passing, with the message: “Anyone else like to join us?”

When riots broke out in Brixton, she posted a video of the disorder with the comment “my people”.

But Ms Blythe insisted she had not “fanned the flames” of disorder.

She said: “I didn’t do the rioting – I just organised a Facebook page. It was a way for us to come together and create unity and solidarity.

The disgusting scenes in Bristol this week when idiots clashed with police after celebrating the death of Mrs Thatcher - regarded by most as our greatest ever Prime Minister

The disgusting scenes in Bristol this week when immature idiots clashed with police after celebrating the death of Mrs Thatcher – regarded by most as our greatest ever Prime Minister

“There was no other time we could come together as a group and recognise what had happened to us. It was about politics, not about hatred.”

During Monday’s disorder, a number of police officers were injured and arrests were made as hundreds held parties around the country when news of Lady Thatcher’s death was announced.

In Bristol six officers were injured as they tried to break up a gathering of around 200 people and were pelted with bottles and cans.

One officer remains in hospital and one person was arrested for violent disorder.

In Brixton, south London, smashed windows and looting of shops was reported as two women were arrested on suspicion of burglary.

There are fears further trouble could flare up on Saturday with anarchists thought to be planning a weekend of further ‘celebrations’.

 

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  1. G says:

    Perhaps we should place a mountain of uncollected rotting rubbish outside Romany Blythe’s home, and cut off her electricity supply — as it used to be in the 1970s, before Thatcher brought our aberrant unions under control — and see how much Blythe would enjoy going back to pre-Thatcher Britain.

  2. Joe Doe says:

    Great woman. I admire her courage!

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