Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Corrupt foreigner Anton Muscatelli joins chorus for Graduate Tax, ranked 128th in the World, he wants taxpayers’ cash to shore up his failure

Dear All

It seems that corrupt foreigner Anton Muscatelli of human rights abusing Glasgow University has joined the chorus of calls for a graduate tax.

So, yet again rather than being original Muscatelli is simply copying others, how very unimpressive and ordinary.

Glasgow University is a financial black hole of Scottish taxpayers’ cash, it would be better if the higher education sector was slimmed down and mergers took place.

The failing university which corrupt foreigner Anton Muscatelli runs is ranked 128th in the world.

We need only two prestige flagship universities in Scotland and that means Edinburgh and St Andrews.

Glasgow and Strathclyde universities should be merged together.
New ideas and new thinking are required

Anton Muscatelli said up-front tuition fees were incompatible with Scotland's philosophy of higher education but really isn’t his main concern that his failing university about to lose 8-10% in funding?

The corrupt foreigner said:

"We have done extremely well in terms of our global competitiveness, we've maintained access, but with the current public funding crisis we've got to look at the possibility that there might have to be a graduate contribution in the future. We have to rule out tuition fees, upfront tuition fees, because that's against the spirit of Scottish education but we may need graduates, once they actually leave universities, on the basis of their ability to pay, to give something back towards the cost of their education."

I have a question for Muscatelli if ‘giving back’ is as important as he believes then why did he assist others to steal, bully and lie by his inaction?

He adds that any model would need to be linked "very clearly" to ability to pay.

Glasgow University gets millions but don’t seem the least inclined to pay money that doesn’t belong to them.

What is needed is bold thinking, tuition fees introduced for English students set at the same rate that foreign students are charged.

If the graduate tax is introduced, it will deter Scottish students from poorer backgrounds entering university.

Perhaps that is what Muscatelli wants, to shut the poor out, my experience of victimisation shows that Scottish working class people at Glasgow University are not welcome but their money is.

You can read my experience here.

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University

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