Students desert left wing biased hypocritical politically correct unions and Anti British Marxist fronts that say they represent the students but in reality they are just despot politically correct cranks and Communist fronts of Anti British and Anti Fascist militant Marxists.
It is believed that ‘HOPE not hate’ have been infiltrating British Universities and trying to Brainwash Students with left wing Marxist politically correct nonsense and Anti British sentiment, in other words, trying to make Students hate being British.
One Student’s testimony upon the General feeling within Universities in the U.K
“It would appear that the NUS has a short memory when it comes to the issue of who they can and can’t condemn.
As a second-year Politics student, I can safely say that my contact with the National Union of Students is minimal, to say the least.
I decided against renewing my NUS card over the summer as my first year had taught me, above all else, that my university ID card provides all the same discounts that its union-produced counterpart guarantees, whilst the only reason I ever darken the door of my students’ union is to grab a cheap pint. On a broader scale, I take little interest in union politics, preferring instead to laugh at the consistently dismal voter turnout in the annual elections.
Political correctness is now viewed as Anti Social and Anti British
I know that I am not the only one who has this outlook; call me a cynic, but almost all of my friends feel utterly detached from the machinations of our students’ union, despite the fact that all the Union Officers seem to take themselves and their positions very seriously indeed. Indeed, I would even go as far as to say that my students’ union is deeply unpopular; this is demonstrated by the low voter turnout, and is fuelled by the union’s web of confusing bureaucracy and politically correct posturing
(students wearing sombreros were barred from entering a party last year because their costumes apparently flouted the union’s anti-racism policies).
Call me a cynic, but almost all of my friends feel utterly detached from the machinations of our students’ union.
British Students are now gathering in support of charismatic Nationalists like Joshua Bonehill.
Joshua Bonehill. The Champion of freedom of speech and British Nationalism.
This is the case on a local level – imagine that on a national scale, and you should come close to picturing the utter madness that is the National Union of Students, the body which controls 600 students’ unions across Britain.
Unsurprisingly the NUS has a history of espousing leftist politics, with several former NUS presidents having gone on to become Labour MPs, including former ministers Jack Straw and Charles Clarke.
There is nothing wrong with this in itself; students broadly tend to identify with the political left, and those of us on the right have to accept that we are in the minority. However, there can be absolutely no excuse for the increasingly extremist views currently being promulgated by a body which claims to represent students’ interests.
Just who are the people who really run the Unions ? And what is their true motive ?
The radical, far-left nature of the present-day NUS was on full display for all to see at the union’s National Executive Council meeting earlier this week, where a motion to condemn ISIS was struck down due to fears that it would promote Islamophobia.
The scourge of left wing political correctness
There is nothing intolerant about publicly opposing people who behead journalists, rape innocent women and seek to coerce people into joining a bigoted and draconian theocracy.
Indeed, the ideology promoted by ISIS and its affiliates has very little in common with mainstream Islamic thought, and as a result I fail to see how condemnation of ISIS can possibly be confused with a condemnation of Islam.
There were no fears that such a move might promote anti-Semitism, no concerns for the many Jewish students across Britain who the NUS claims to represent.
It would appear that the NUS has a short memory when it comes to the issue of who they can and can’t condemn. Although they clearly believe it would be inappropriate to formally repudiate ISIS, rather less restraint and timidity was on display earlier this year when they voted to boycott Israel due to the conflict in Gaza between the Israeli government and Hamas terrorists.
The evil of left wing political correctness
There were no fears that such a move might promote anti-Semitism, no concerns for the many Jewish students across Britain who the NUS claims to represent; this is either a shocking display of double standards, or it represents a disturbing view that certain minority groups matter more than others.
It is not just foreign policy where the NUS believes it has a right to stick its nose in; at the same meeting in which the union refused to condemn ISIS, delegates reiterated their opposition to UKIP and proposed a plan whereby the NUS will email every student in the country on election day next year, urging them not to vote for Nigel Farage’s right-wing outfit.
Students should surely be free to make up their own mind about who to vote for, whilst the NUS should be ashamed that they find it easier to condemn a legitimate political party than a murderous terrorist group.
The evil face of left wing Anti Fascist politically correct Anti British militant thugs.
On their website, the NUS describe themselves as ‘the national voice of students, helping them to campaign, get cheap student discounts and provide advice on living student life to the full.
‘I fail to understand how debates on foreign affairs, worldwide conflicts or partisan party politics fit into this mission statement, and by focusing on these issues the NUS can no longer claim to represent all students.
Instead, it has simply become a crude parody of itself, and if it ever wants to become a credible force once again then it should put an end to such divisive, insensitive and inconsistent political posturing.