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student fees: how to protest to REALLY make a difference.. URGENT APPEAL Watch

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    troll?
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      ROFL. Like GCHQ will allow this to ever happen.
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      Yeah, because that doesn't portray students in an even more immature light.
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      A bit late for a sacrificial goat don't you think? The bill has already been passed..

      Cyber-Terrorism won't do anything anyway, it will only succeed in pissing a large percentage of the population off.
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      OP is a complete prat
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      Wow, I haven't heard anything this stupid since I listened to Alex Jones's radio show.
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      It would do a good job at uniting the majority of people who are not students against this cause.
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      You seem to have a very vague idea of how computer systems work.
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      (Original post by gershon)
      Hi,

      I, like many others have been well updated with the whole student fee mess, to put it very lightly. In truth it is arguably the most corrupt act from a government that has ever have happened in the past decade. Without question, poorer student will have extremely limiting opportunities in this country we call free, and the majority will turn to the lowest of the low to seek enrichment.
      oh **** OFF

      THIS IS NOT TRUE.
      END OF.
      NO IFS ANDS OR BUTS.

      Everyone gets loans, Everyone can afford to go, Everyone pays it back the same.
      You even get a loan which you don't have to pay back until you're earning £21k a year, which gets taken off your salary automatically and which you can't possibly default on.
      Hell, it even gets wiped completely of any remaining balance after 30 years.

      I ****ing HATE people like you. BOO ****ING HOO, You have to pay a larger proportion (although still not the entire cost of) your degree, and get state subsidised loans, grants if you come from a poor background and debt relief so that the loan will never cause you to go bankrupt or have a poor quality of life.

      How you can claim to be entitled to even more than that is beyond me, you have absolutely no idea how lucky you are.

      Now go eat a bullet, you pathetic waste of oxygen.
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        (Original post by Bobifier)
        You seem to have a very vague idea of how computer systems work.
        Computer systems and economics. :facepalm2:
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          The fees were brought in by a democratic vote. Democracy bit you in the ass, and you don't like it. It's over. There's nothing 'corrupt' about it. Governments pass crap laws a lot of people don't like - it happens all the time. There is nothing you can do about it. More bullying and thuggery will only harm your cause, and it's hardly championing democracy and free speech, is it? "Do as we say or we'll kick your head in and torch your home!"
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          I could easily hack any system but in doing so I would land my ass in jail and still nothing would get changed so its really not worth doing.

          The best thing is to get Clegg ousted from government and then vote for the smaller parties at the next election.

          Labour - lost faith by getting us into so much rubbish
          Lib Dems - gone against initial pledge
          Cons - will increase strain on lower/middle classes if they are solely on power for more than one term

          The key is to vote for the other parties to show these 3 that they are not the be all and end all of politics in the UK and we are the ones in power.

          Could you imagine all their faces if UKIP or someone else got a mass majority vote? Cameron/Clegg emptying their shared bedroom at 10 Downing Street whilst crying their way out of parliament.

          Even smaller parties such as

          ENGLISH DEMOCRATS
          Leader: Robin Tilbrook
          Number of MEPs: None
          Policies: Withdraw from the EU. Set up an English Parliament. Claims to be the only party speaking up for English people in the same way the SNP does for Scots.

          SOCIALIST LABOUR PARTY
          Leader: Arthur Scargill
          Number of MEPs: None
          Policies: Withdraw from EU. Referendum on Lisbon Treaty. Renationalise key industries such as coal, steel and car makers. Top rate of income tax increased to 70%.


          Voting for these will shock the big parties and make them buck up their ideas if they ever want to regain power.
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          woah, my post above got put in four times
          seems to be a forum error, I only hit post once, and when I edited it it edited all four of them...
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          Someone has been watching too many films...
         
         
         
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