Monday, May 23, 2011

Former head of propaganda at human rights abusing Glasgow Uni resurfaces at Strathclyde Uni after being caught doing covert surveillance, oh the shame

Dear All

Checking the blog to see who has trotted by I discovered someone from Strathclyde University on a return visit typing in Raymond McHugh.

Raymond McHugh was a former head of propaganda at human rights abusing Glasgow University.

He was caught carrying out doing covert surveillance but unfortunately wasn't good enough to not get found out.

After catching him doing his ‘undercover’ work, he suddenly left his job and bailed out of the human rights abusing Glasgow University.

And has landed at Strathclyde University in the role of Head of Media and Corporate Comms!

He is a former News Sub-Editor at Scottish Daily Record and Sunday Mail Ltd.

And former Editor at The Glaswegian Newspaper!

Wow, how wonderful, what a career, editor of The Glaswegian!

To be editor of a free newspaper is a remarkable achievement, I read their horoscopes myself.

So, his new ‘billet’ is

Tel: 0141 548 2099 Fax: 0141 552 1576

Presumably his new employer didn’t know of his covert James Bond past, shaken not stirred at Glasgow University.

Did he decide he needed new challenges?

Or was it getting exposed that put heat on McHugh’s ass?

Glasgow University has a habit when staff get caught that they suddenly disappear elsewhere.

This maybe McHugh’s last post before he shuffles off to the great newspaper room in the sky.

His greatest claim to fame for me will be that he worked at the University of Guantanamo Bay as their Chief propagandist.

Is it McHugh visiting the blog or someone just letting me know he is at Strathclyde University?

Who knows or cares, he isn’t a newsmaker or opinion former.

Just a spinner and anyone can do that job after all I get top spot on in their blog directory under SNP beating MSPs, Councillors and Candiates.

I wasn’t even trying.

Maybe Strathclyde University should realise that anyone can do propaganda and cut costs.

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University

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