Thursday, June 24, 2010

Staff at University of Guantanamo Bay pass vote of no confidence in corrupt foreigner Anton Muscatelli as Principal, no surprise there

Dear All

It seems that staff at the University of Guantanamo Bay Glasgow won a stay of execution in their fight to save 80 jobs.

As well as their victory (temp), the staff also passed a vote of no confidence in corrupt foreigner Anton Muscatelli, the university principal.

This isn’t surprising; you only have to read my blog and specifically this post:

This post is easy to understand and shows that corrupt foreigner Anton Muscatelli and the others specifically named are corrupt and untrustworthy.

I suspect that the reason for the climb down isn’t anything to do with Muscatelli’s sudden interest in the plight of those affected or anything to do with honour, the university is in surplus and he and his gang can afford the cushion that the £6 million brings.

Jobs will go one way or another, they will downsize the entire university and ask department to restructure in order to address the teaching load, I expect more teaching will be done by post grads filling in for staff leaving or retiring.

I also expect that the University of Guantanamo Bay will increase their foreign student intake at the expense of Scottish students currently enjoy free education.

So, as to the corrupt foreigner Muscatelli, now that a no confidence vote has been passed you would think his position would be untenable, that would be the case if you were dealing with a principled man.

Muscatelli was involved in covering up institutional bullying, harassment, discrimination, malpractice and criminal fraud, he is staying until such time as he has accrued enough money or another position becomes available.

For the last 30 years, every Principal of Glasgow University has come from the same private invitation only club, The Royal Society of Edinburgh.

This club’s members have pretty much got a monopoly on senior positions in the Scottish Higher Education system.

No one has investigated why.

No government, Westminster or Holyrood have spoken out.

No political party has acknowledged the problem.

How Scottish is a ‘Scottish’ University?

Today, the staff of Glasgow University won a temp victory, there will be losses but they will probably be spread over the entire campus as ‘restructuring’ process will soon emerge.

Muscatelli has bought time but at the end of the day, he is still a squalid little man unworthy to hold his current office, the lecturers were right to have no confidence in him, he is a rat.

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University

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