Monday, 13 December 2010

Conservative downward spiral from (John) Major to (Cameron) Minor

Melanie Phillips has a superb post on the Spectator blog, in which she writes about tuition fees:
"No politician will acknowledge this, particularly the Cameroons who have brainwashed themselves into supporting ‘cultural change’, even when that amounts to cultural collapse, simply because they have decided that this is their only passport to power (even though this strategy actually failed to deliver them victory at an election it was impossible to lose). And so the Tories will continue with the de-education of Britain. The only argument is over which poor mugs will be forced to pay, and how much, for the further destruction of their country and its culture."
When will the students - and politicians - realise not everyone is, or can be, an Einstein and that all meeja studies will guarantee is permanent exposure on cctv whilst shelf-stacking in Tescos. 

Through no fault of their own, those now at school and university are the future for our nation.  

Sheesh!

4 comments:

Sean O'Hare said...

Ah now come on WfW. Where would you be without some media savvy individual stacking shelves in your Witney branch of Tesco's!

Witterings From Witney said...

S O'H: As we are now without a proper Tescos - it is just a petrol station with a small shop.

TomTom said...

India produces lots of graduates and staffs call-centres with them.

Then again, we hope that degrees awarded in the UK less open to fraud and surrogate exam-takers than in India.

The simple fact is that Inter-generational Fraud has been perpetrated by the destruction of quality education at every level - primary, secondary and tertiary.

It looks very much like the dystopia of V for Vendetta

Witterings From Witney said...

TomTom: Agreed.