Gulp.

This morning.

Via parody account ‘UCD School of Law’.

Meanwhile…

Oh.

Ruth Dudley Edwards?

Peter Sutherland?

27 thoughts on “Irony, Lady

  1. Formerly known as @ireland.com

    One of the comments says it is a parody account. It is bang on the money, though.

    1. george

      You’re the one who has missed the missed the point which is that Ruth Dudley Edwards has responded to a parody account thinking it to be real.

  2. Andrew

    It’s a pathetic tweet. Pathetic parody account too! Who the phuck cares enough to set up a UCD School of Law Parody account? Sad bastids

      1. scottser

        if i remember correctly, the thrust on here at the time was ‘should we drive a stake through her heart just to make sure?’

        1. Slightly Bemused

          A friend of mine had the very good idea that a grave in a crossroads was also advised :)

          But Miggeldy had to be diplomatic, and I think in fairness his message was probably the kindest it could have been

  3. Matt Pilates

    WHy give this oul LadyPartsBag the time of day? We all know what her schtick is on about.

  4. Johnny Keenan

    Not parody, just an opinion piece i wrote on my fb page yesterday.

    Today is the 7th anniversary of one of Britians most divisive leaders.

    “The lady is not for turning”  is how Margaret Thatcher dealt with Britain’s unemployment figures at the start of the 1980’s. 2 million +.  Her contempt for workers rights and political prisoners, made her hated equally through out the British isles.

    When asked in 2010 what her legacy would be,
    ‘The Iron Lady’ as she became known, because of her unwillingness to negotiate, said,  cynically,
    “Tony Blair and New Labour”.

    Last week saw Labour return fully to new Labour with the election of their own new leader, a Tory Bootboy.
    That should have cemented the legacy of Thatcher.

    Around the same time in an isolated room in number 10 Downing Street one of Thatchers prodigies sat alone, contemplating, what’s it all about.
    Looking at the work of his NHS he got his answer.  An answer that would turn Thatchers legacy on its head.
    Borris Johnson really said “There really is such a thing as society”.

    I hope Boris Johnson survives to redeem himself.

    I hope Margaret Thatcher is turning, turning in her grave.

    Billy Bragg – Which Side Are You On and  Between The Wars
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=5Wc433cxFSM#dialog

  5. White Dove

    Very enjoyable, and just what was needed to take our mind off Covid. Thank you Ruth and UCD law official and really official!

  6. V

    This, and it had a lot of competition in fairness
    but so far

    This is the funniest thing on the interwebs today

Comments are closed.