‘Fuck this’ and ‘Fucking that’ anyone would think the working class were allowed in Oxford. Perhaps this is the perfect example of how to speak to your peers – the Oxford Dons must be so proud of the products of their education system.
Oxford University sets example for the perfect use of the English Language.
01 Monday Apr 2013
Posted Education, Media, Politicsin
Dr Llarregub said:
I only taught in Oxford for a year but taught courses in Cambridge for a little over ten years. Not bad for the son of a lorry driver whose mother was a maid – much lower down the hierarchy than a butler. I still do not have any GCSE’s. But I have served an apprenticeship as a plasterer and have worked on many sites. There were many working class students at Oxbridge, although outnumbered by wealthy people. But divisions were recognised and lazy upper class twits were generally ridiculed, along with the turds who sat on high table. At Cambridge I first met real anti fascists, one of my students was bombed in Spain for her opposition to bull fights – a fascist style of entertainment which all of my people studying animal welfare at Cambridge detested..I recall several students from Welsh valleys, whose dads had fought against Thatcher’s assault on the miners and they were proudly working class and back home in the valleys their working class communities were damned proud of them. I dislike Oxford and Cambridge and dislike it even more now that curricula and indeed research objectives are heavily influenced by Arab oil money – for the rich in universities are willing to betray knowledge seeking for backhanders. Last year there were planned demos against Cambridge snobs, but my little voice of experience was censored from anarchist blogs.
I was actually at the demo at the Cambridge Bumps last year, and whilst not well attended, it served a purpose and was quite a fun day out – I think we got more abuse any cambridge toff!