The official representative the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Russia Maria Zakharova mentioned a non-existent “quote” former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher than amused users.
“In November 1991 in his speech in Houston, the ex-Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher stated that “according to estimates of the world community, economically feasible to increase the retirement age to 65 years,” said Zakharova.
In fact, Thatcher did not say the phrase was voiced by propaganda. These same words were attributed to the British policy in the 1997 book “Why Russia not America”.
“She came out of the holiday and of the binge”, “well, judging by the increase in VAT and the retirement age, Putin appointed Thatcher Prime Minister of Russia”, “Right. If rosiey will be Moscow — just 15 million Others in China,” “Oh how mothballs smelled…”, — commented on the situation in the network.