Celebrate the deaths of nasty people Jo Cox MP and Fidel Castro.

Party time, the world has become a slightly better place.

Fidel Castro was a brutal dictator who killed anyone who stood in his way and treated the people of Cuba as his personal property who he could order around and control. He left most Cubans in a state of dire poverty, subject to a hopelessly inadequate health system and totally uneducated.

Joanne Cox was the labour MP for Batley and Spen, who was killed by someone with long standing mental health issues. She was the type of prodnose who believed she should be able to use all the force and power of the state to control what ordinary people could do. It would have been much better if she had woke up to the error of her ways and had risen to national prominence by publicly stating such instead of being killed by a nutter with mental health problems. Some people might argue that she leaves two young children that will suffer but the truth is that such a disgusting prodnose would have a detrimental effect on them and they will have the chance of better lives now she is no longer around to poison their minds.

It would have been better if both these reprobates had seen the light before their deaths, after all, heaven loves a sinner who repents, but this was never really going to happen was it.

With the death of every nasty person the world becomes a slightly better place.

The sad life and death of George Michael

George Michael is dead at the age of 53.

Looks like its his last christmas and he’s never going to dance again.

He was a talented songwriter with a great voice and good looks, yet his pursuit of fame left him with a severe drug problem which was coupled with a sense of isolation. He was very promiscuous, having confessed to over 500 sexual partners which probably gave him aids and helped contribute to his numerous health problems.

Compare and contrast with Andrew Ridgeley, his partner in “Wham”, happily married, who retired into obscurity in a village in Cornwall where he can go to the local pub and shops without being hassled or indeed recognised.

Who ended up with the better lifestyle?

“See me, single and free
No tears, no fears, what I want to be.
One, two, take a look at you
Death by matrimony

Wham – Young Guns”

Fame and fortune are fickle masters, and only fortune is worthy of respect and that’s only if you can get of the treadmill.


Indeed 2016 has seen a number people die. Terry Wogan, Prince, Johan Cruyff, David Bowie, Gene Wilder, Joanne Cox (the MP), Fidel Castro, Jimmy Young and Leonard Cohen.

With some we can celebrate their lives and their contribution to civilisation, with others we can celebrate their demise as their death makes the world a better place.