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Saturday, 27 November 2010

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The old sow's life has been a bloody disgrace and everyone knows it - even the Tories!

London - (Sordid Stuff): "It's enough to frighten the whorses, alright," is how a British Film Council spokesman described it today.

The film starring some old ego-inflated ratbag depicts Mrs Thatcher as the brain-dead moron wife of a KGB gangster.

The Ironic Lady traces her criminal roots from the Hellfire Club wedding to Robert Maxwell to the birth of her daughter Cherry Bush.

Various other mobsters that she shagged and then bore children for are named including the Pope, George Bush Senior, God's Banker Roberto Calvi, Ronald Reagan, General Pinochet and both the Kray Twins.

Career highlights such as the 1983 Heathrow Brinks-Mat bullion heist, the 1984 bombing of the Conservative Party conference in Brighton and dozens of other IRA-attributed atrocities feature prominently.

Serious & Disorganised Crime Agency bosses hailed the hatchet job today as disgusting and accurate.

Much of the movie's footage is also based on NATO archives about decades of paedo cover-ups around the world.

The current Pope's meteoric rise from Spanish Inquisition infamy to full-bling papacy also owne its success to the old cow keeping her mouth shut, shredding vital documents, suborning witnesses and directing the general flow of bank robberies around the world.

The film premieres in London on April 1st 2011.

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