In a time of unprecedented budget cuts, we here at the UC Movement for Efficient Privatization (UCMeP) are exuberant to hear that the clever folks in the UC administration are still finding ways to pay thousands of dollars to hire private investigators to track
student organizers terrorists.
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We here at the UC Movement for Efficient Privatization (UCMeP) are reporting live from outside Wheeler Hall where a group of ungrateful miscreants have had the gall to ruin the plaintive mood set by yesterday’s inspiring Day of Inaction against Public Education by locking themselves down on the roof of UC Berkeley’s Wheeler Hall.
We just had the privilege to talk with UCPD police chief Mitch “Make ‘em Hurt” Celaya and Dean of Students Jonathan Poullard about what’s unfolding.
When asked how he planned to get the protestors off the roof of Wheeler Hall, a visibly skittish Chief Celaya said he was going to call in a real police force like the Alameda County Sheriff to handle things.
And Dean Poullard – always an ardent supporter of student rights – said that if he had the choice, he’d use a high-power fire hose to knock them off.
The long-awaited Day of Inaction against Public Education is here!!
We here at the UC Movement for Efficient Privatization would just like to wish all of you at the UC a wonderful day of doing absolutely nothing to prevent Dick Blum, Mark Yudof, Jerry Brown, and so many other people from selling off public higher education to the highest bidder.
We look forward to not seeing you anywhere near a rally, protest, picket line, occupation, or half-hearted attempt to burn down Bobby B’s humble abode!