As you all may or (hopefully) may not be aware, on Thursday, March 4, 2010 there will be statewide strikes to defend public education on a scale never before seen in California.
For those of us who are working hard to ensure the swift and efficient privatization of the University of California (who cares about the hopelessly unprofitable K-12 system), March 4 promises to be a very scary day (as our diagram below explains).
With just over two weeks before March 4, the UC Movement for Efficient Privatization (UCMeP) is busy with a number of projects that will guarantee (backed by California bonds) the minimal efficaciousness of these strikes.
While UCMeP typically prefers a counter-activism strategy of nurturing the blissful ignorance most students at the UC (not to mention the public) enjoy, in light of the dangerously obstinate and belligerent mobilization around March 4, UCMeP has decided to establish the Strategic Counter-Activism Brigade (SCAB) which will work to actively subvert the March 4th protests.
In addition to continuing to fulfilling our contract with the Office of Student Conduct to compile an ever-expanding black-list of students engaged in various nefarious dissentful activities, SCAB will be releasing a series of instructional videos this Thursday, February 18 which will provide you with helpful tips for crossing picket lines on March 4.
Please stay tuned.