Monday, October 4, 2010

Majority of Scots don’t back corrupt foreigner Anton Muscatelli from Human Rights Abusing Glasgow University over Graduate Tax, fairness is important

Dear All

Recently I came out against the stupid unionist idea that corrupt foreigner Anton Muscatelli of the Human Rights Abusing Glasgow University wanted to impose regarding higher education funding in Scotland.

He wants a Graduate Tax.

Glasgow University is ranked 128th in the world and will continue to fall because Muscatelli lacks vision and leadership.

And honour.

This corrupt foreigner was involved in covering up institutional bullying, discrimination, harassment, malpractice and criminal fraud, knew about it, sent the evidence and done nothing.

You can read that here.

128th in the world proves my point about failure.

In corrupt foreigner Anton Muscatelli’s world fairness isn’t a priority and his idea would shut the poorest in society attaining a University education.

Debt during and after University!

Where’s the fairness in that?

I am not surprised that the public in a survey rejected this nonsense which is all about shoring up failure and university mismanagement at the expense of the Scottish Taxpayer.

Muscatelli is said to earn in the region of £283,000 with a combined salary package and for what?

He recently said that Glasgow University will run out of cash by 2013.

Apart from making people unemployed and any idiot can cut, what are his ideas to generate profit?

I have looked and can’t find any; his solution to his problem is to foster it on to someone else.

Is that worth £283,000 a year?

Almost two-thirds of people don't back the introduction of a graduate tax and agree with me because being Scottish is all about fairness and equality.

A recent polling produces a staggering 64% of Scots saying graduates should pay the same rate of tax as non-graduates on the same salary.

They agree with George Laird.

Politicians should wake up to the fact that the Graduate Tax is a vote loser and if anyone is serious about higher education funding in Scotland listening to ramblings of Anton Muscatelli should be ignored.

We need Scottish solutions to Scottish problems.

Ivor Knox, operations director of Panelbase said:

"The most interesting aspect of the rejection of the graduate tax is that the idea of graduates paying more than other people earning the same income is opposed right across the board, from company directors to the unemployed, homeowners to social housing tenants, and students through to the retired”.

Anyone with a shred of decency doesn’t back this; Muscatelli couldn’t even win a vote of confidence by Glasgow University staff over his management.

Glasgow University employees don’t back him and neither does Scotland!

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University

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