University education: Sturgeon defends racist policy

It’s not because they’re English that Sturgeon will be charging English students for univeristy tuition fees – it’s because they’re mostly English. AhDinnaeKen investigates:

"And the LORD spake unto Moses Salmond, Go unto Pharaoh, and say unto him, Thus saith the LORD, Let my people go , that they may serve me."

“And the LORD spake unto Moses Salmond, Go unto Pharaoh, and say unto him, Thus saith the LORD, Charge they English basturts tuition fees, so that they may know my displeasure.”

By Anglo Phobe

NICOLA STURGEON has defended her plans to discriminate against English students wishing to study at post-independent Scottish universities.

She has strongly denied that it’s because they’re English and has assured critics that it’s only due to where they come from.

The Deputy Firstminster assured Europe that Scotland was an outward looking and welcoming country – unless you came from England.

Ms Sturgeon told MSPs the proposals to charge the English were put forward because it would be popular with Braveheart Commandos, Anglophobes still living in the early days of the 14th century and Joan McAlpine.

She added, if England renounces its Englishness then we might think about letting them in to our universities.

She said: “The problem with England is that its full of English.

“We must refuse them education on the basis of Englishness and previous historical scores which this proposal will go some way toward settling.”

Current EU rules prohibit states from discriminating on the grounds of nationality, meaning the Scots currently play at being British in order to discriminate against British-English nationals – which is allowed under the EU rules.

The 670 Commandments Of Salmond (White Paper) proposes retaining this policy so that Scotland can continue English discrimination post-independence.

Ms Sturgeon denied it was a form of institutionalised racist Nationalism.

She said: “This is not about where the students come from, it’s about where they come from.

“If they didn’t come from England then we would be most welcoming.

“But nae luck, yer English. Get ower it!”

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