Monday, October 22, 2007

The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University

The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University blog is all about highlighting injustice and corruption in Britain.

My original intention for this blog was highlight corruption at the University of Glasgow; I found that injustice wasn't just limited to within the walls of the University, so I expanded it.

I spent 20 years of my life at Glasgow University, the way I was treated as a working class person was a disgrace, there are issues relating to that which I won't explain on here. Which is why the blog has the name that it does.

The blog was launched in 2007 but it wasn't until 2009 that I decided to make a go of it and started scribbling away.

It would be too easy to walk away and let the bullies win, so I tend to stand up and speak out, speaking out is a risky business in this country.

Hate comes your way.

Too many people feel that they are forced to remain silent, but this is a false economy, the trouble heading down the line keeps coming.

I hope people enjoy the blog, I try to make serious points combined with humour, and on occasion it can be rather biting.

But then you should reflect on who needs a voice, those who can’t speak out.

I have appeared on TV, Radio and in the press to a small degree and all done without the support of any political party.

The political parties all read my blog. 

On the big issues as well as the small issues I am willing to take a stand, hopefully one day, people will put me into public office to fight for them.

Finally, I keep the University documents that prove my case of ill treatment, so, when I make a claim, it is backed up by the University's own documents obtained through a DSAR. 

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University