Watchdog warns of low university chances for white working class youths in former industrial towns.
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And the government quickly jumps to action and does ...nothing. Oh yeah, no one in power cares about white people.

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Ahhh but they have their privilege to get them through, right BBC?

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If only all lives mattered - but you can't even say that.

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This is what years of anti-white discrimination gets you. This is why the far left must be utterly destroyed to save our country.

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Of course, the BBC had no part in this happening by pushing the supposed diversity agenda.

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Sean Coughlan's asking for a P45 by writing this story.

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I don't see the point in going to the university these days: even with a master of science, you have learned less than someone with a technical degree 25 years ago.

You are excessively likely to be trapped in indoctrination camps starting by guilting you every single day of the week for not having the right parents, origins, sex, gender, age, physical built, level of disabilities, sexual orientation, political affiliation, tastes in music, sports, hobbies, friends, etc.

You'll run a formidable debt until the end of your days.

Not mentioning that nobody is going to hire you at a decent wage level if you are not one of the protected categories.

The parents should make sure their kids are going to do something tangible rather than waste their life shooting for the stars.

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