NUS, the CM’s Hitler Youth

Get ’em while they’re young (and not yet broke).

Get woke, go broke takes on a whole new meaning.

Best comment:

I swear I’m a nice liberal guy until these people start speaking. I have no energy for this shit any more. I just hear goose stepping.

Wait I’ve seen that meme

If they’re ‘refugees’, we were supposed to send them back this entire time, legally.

….well… easy come easy go, ya know

Funny how the Muslim whore covered in a thick layer of skank-up thinks she speaks for me and other white women.

Bitch, you can’t even speak without a hood or your dad’ll abort you.

Who is we, ask them. I won’t take advice from people who practice incest.

If white people should leave Africa, she must leave Europe.

Link: How the NUS wastes your money

Had to.

Notice Labour didn’t want to scrap tuition fees only for the poor…..

Here’s inflation tax too.

Does America have one of these?

If there’s inflation in the good times, imagine the hyperinflation during the bad?

This is the real student loan

Students becoming more right-wing, less stupid

Students may have a reputation for being a bunch of radical left-wing activists, but it turns out when it comes to economic issues, they’re actually more right-wing than the general public.

From anti-apartheid sit-ins to tuition fee protests, students sure do like to get involved in politics. But don’t be surprised if the next time they turn out en masse, it’s to protest against… raising taxes for the wealthy.

Polling institute Yougov analysed how your average student’s views on key issues compare to the public’s. In 37 of the 52 issues tracked, students lived up to the stereotype by being to the left of the public.

But for all core economic issues, the opposite applies.

arrogant smug uhuh aww yes yeah mhmm sexy bamf hugh jackman

Even while they’re still in the brainwashing facility, they’re beginning to think for themselves. Promising.
The Social liberalism will largely wear off with age and experience, as they see how low social trust and other factors are the total opposite of what their lying professors told them it would be.

Video: A word to left-wing students

in the model of Stepford Students.

Have you met the Stepford students? They’re everywhere. On campuses across the land. Sitting stony-eyed in lecture halls or surreptitiously policing beer-fuelled banter in the uni bar. They look like students, dress like students, smell like students. But their student brains have been replaced by brains bereft of critical faculties and programmed to conform. To the untrained eye, they seem like your average book-devouring, ideas-discussing, H&M-adorned youth, but anyone who’s spent more than five minutes in their company will know that these students are far more interested in shutting debate down than opening it up.

£9k/pa students have begun holding teachers to standards!

Instead of clutching a copy of Karl Marx today’s students are more likely to be perusing the complaints procedure at their faculty, Mr Willetts claims.

Mr Willetts said: ‘My experience now going to meet students is that they are not, by and large, plotting Marxist revolution in Latin America.

‘They are instead frustrated that their seminars are too crowded, it takes too long to get an academic to resound to their academic work.

‘But overall they are more serious-minded than ever.’”

That sound in the background is the Guardian Media Group screaming.

The minister points out that in extreme cases the worst universities could end up in court for breach of contract.

‘Students do have rights: ultimately universities have to provide them with up to £9,000 of education.’

And if they don’t, the universities could find themselves being sued.

‘Ultimately there is a legal contract for the university to deliver services. That doesn’t mean we want lots of people pursuing universities through the courts.

‘But there is this body, the Office of the Independent Adjudicator, which will try to resolve student complaints if they can’t be done through the university.’”

Some students are now so fed up with the quality of their courses they have carried out analysis of the amount – and quality – of the tuition they receive to see if they are getting their money’s worth.

They can math. I iz impressed.

Economics students in Manchester are demanding fewer multiple choice exams – which are easier to mark – and more open-ended essays which will take more time for their lecturers to assess.

Some 35 per cent of students surveyed said it took more than three weeks to have an assignment marked and returned to them while a quarter complained about not always getting prompt feedback.”

Yeah. Teachers are lazy. That’s why they teach.
“Those who can, do; those who can’t, teach.” ~ George Bernard Shaw

According to the latest Graduate Labour Market Brief, the average salary for graduates with one degree is £32,000, compared to £20,000 for non-graduates.

Opportunity cost?
Three+ years of your life.  9k*3y+6k*3y living expenses = £45k. And opportunity cost.

They’re learning something alright: capitalism.

We call this market demand.

Far-left Royal Holloway Student’s Union will refuse to serve alcohol to drunk students

You couldn’t invent a better satire story. Apply it to other London Universities, we dare you.

Sugar they're going down.Remember kids: Under Communism, alcohol is a luxury!