Time for some light relief:)

Ever since Theresa May’s announcement of talks with the Democratic Unionist Party in a bid to come to some kind of an arrangement to prop up her tattered and battered government, the Internet has been having loads of fun at her expense. Below are our favourite memes:)




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Welcome to the ‘coalition’ of shite

It looks as though Theresa Mayhem is going to try and prop up the battered Tory government by an ‘arrangement’ with the Democratic Unionist Party: DUP leader Arlene Foster vows to bring stability to UK with Conservativeshttps://www.theguardian.com/politics/2017/jun/09/theresa-may-reaches-deal-with-dup-to-form-government-after-shock-election-result-northern-ireland It’s common knowledge that the DUP has had links with Loyalist paramilitaries: DUP has been criticised for loyalist linkshttp://www.irishnews.com/news/2015/10/09/news/dup-has-also-been-criticised-for-loyalist-links-288278/

This is a flavour of the reactionary policies the DUP espouse: So, who are the DUP?https://www.opendemocracy.net/uk/adam-ramsay/so-who-are-dup Creationists, climate change deniers, anti-gay, anti-abortion…what a lovely bunch of people NOT! Let’s just get this straight – May wants to enter a coalition with a party that has links to organisations such as the Orange Order that are happy to tolerate the kind of scum shown above turning up at their events. If this isn’t an act of utter desperation from a prime minister whose reputation has been trashed in a disastrous election campaign, we honestly don’t know what is. However, we should not be surprised at the depths the Tories will sink to in order to stay in power…

Obviously as anarchists, we do not recognise the right of government to impose itself upon us. That’s a formal position that informs our politics and analysis. What we are now experiencing is a raging visceral gut reaction that we will never, ever kowtow to a government that gets into bed with the likes of the DUP. As far as we’re concerned, the administration that May wants to cobble together with the DUP has zero legitimacy in our eyes.

Somehow, we don’t think this coalition of shite is going to enjoy a long life. A period of uncertainty and instability awaits us. It’s a period that will bring danger and pain but if we as anarchists and radicals can get our act together, it’s one that could provide the best opportunity we’ve ever had…