THREE CHEERS FOR THE BRAVE CANADIAN STUDENTS!
What fantastic news!
Everyone, quick, let’s take to the streets!
After a year of revolt which became known as the “Maple Spring”—including massive street protests that received global attention—university students across Quebec were celebrating victory on Thursday night following the announcement from newly elected Premier Pauline Marois that the government was cancelling the proposed tuition hike that led to the student uprising and nullifying the contentious Bill 78 law which was introduced to curb the powerful protests.
STUDENTS ACROSS THE WORLD WILL TAKE GREAT COMFORT AND ENCOURAGEMENT FROM THIS AND WILL SOON BE DEMONSTRATING IN A CITY NEAR YOU FOR THEIR RIGHTS TO AN EDUCATION
Note the use of the royal “We” in this piece of shoddy “journalism” from the UK Guardian’s Tanya ‘Arse’ Gold. Who exactly “we” are in this context is never made clear.
She claims “we” are lapping up the government’s propaganda bollocks and there’s no anger in Britain.
She must have been on a very long holiday to the Moon if she hasn’t noticed that disabled folk, the poor, students, the unemployed, schoolkids, teachers, soldiers, the police, lecturers, rioters, Occupy, trade unions, doctors, women’s groups, charities, NGOs, nurses, supporters of Wikileaks and pensioners are up in arms at the recent crappy policies of austerity and poor-bashing by the shower of shit popularly known as the Coalition Government.
You couldn’t make it up – although Tanya managed to…
I wonder if she writes in crayon?