Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Graeme Pearson of human rights abusing Glasgow University enters drugs debate; nothing to say, he should shut up and keep quiet

Dear All

‘Professor’ Graeme Pearson of the human rights abusing organisation Glasgow University has spoken, for all the good the tripe he spouts he would be better off shutting up and working his ticket towards his pension, then piss off.

Last night he was on Newsnight Scotland, his contribution was poor on the drugs debate.

He has no answers, it was like listen to a guy standing talking in a pub, lots to say but nothing that changes anything.

Today, he is warning that Glasgow must guard against unemployment creating a new generation of drug addicts.

In the ‘good’ times under Blair before the credit bubble burst there was a major problem regarding drugs.

Pearson is now Professor of Organised Crime at Glasgow University, they will give a Professorship to anyone these days; previously they gave one to MI6 spy Andrew Fulton who was steering reporters away from asking too many questions about the American involvement in the Lockerbie affair.

Mind you it is funny that Glasgow University needs a Professor of Organised crime because senior management at the university can’t rob and bully working class Scots without leaving an evidence trail.

Corrupt foreigner Anton Muscatelli currently Principal covered up criminal fraud by taking no action against those involved despise being sent university documentary evidence.

You can read about this here.

Anyway back to Pearson the ‘thinker’, he says economic decline breeds crime and drug abuse, wow, talk about stating the obvious.

Here is another, if you put a ball in the net more times than the other team during a football match, you win the game.

That makes me potentially the greatest football manager in Scotland!

Pearson also states:

“You need the right housing, the right health and right employment response”.

Lots of poor people do drugs but then so did ‘Prince of Powder’ Steven ‘bin laden’ Purcell, the former leader of the Labour Council of shame who was on £60k a year.

The rich do drugs as well.

He also makes this gem known to the populous:

“Unemployment is an opportunity for criminals to make money”.

And so is employment at Glasgow University among the senior management.

Again Pearson states the obvious, is this new wisdom?

Is he so dim that by repeating it he thinks he will be seen as some sort of a messiah or vessel of knowledge?

Someone should have a quiet word and give him a loo brush that way he can make a positive contribution to society instead of spouting worthless platitudes which are just shite.

Professor my arse!

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University

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