As part of my resettlement, I attended the Alliance Manchester Business School Course for Senior Swots and during the NFP phase the 'Kidz Company' was the case study for two issues:
According to the lecturer who had worked with her and the charity, Camilla B oozed charisma and she used this to great effect to hoover money from the Government, with David Cameron over-ruling senior civil servants (IIRC the Cabinet Secretary) who expressed 'grave concerns' about financial propriety within the charity.
- How not to run a charity; and,
- The 'Halo' effect colliding with the unchallenged bullying nature of Camilla Batmanghelidjh.
How can that appear on "Womans Hour". surely Womans Hour is for women or those who claim to be so, Camilla cannot fit any description in my imagination of Woman, or even remotely human.
Who was the BBC director that they forgot to name?
Of course she should get compo. Just as soon she's settled up with HMRC.
Post 2956 , didn't take long!
In the same way that the bicycle was hailed as the single most effective deepener of the gene pool, SM is the main contributor to the early adoption of d*ckheaded ideas...Nowah - what is your cutoff between Gen Y and Gen Z? There's never a definitive answer when I look these things up, apparently I'm a millennial.
Just from my observations of a very limited sample, most of them still couldn't give a **** and are more interested in shagging, drinking, drugs and occasionally passing exams. These are (almost entirely) soft middle-class kids that you would think would be prime recruiting for the woke/BLM/Antifa groups and yet they walked into my room claiming "I identify as an attack helicopter", "there are only 2 genders", "you can't be born gay" etc. Edit - in 2019, things are a bit dated due to COVID.
From what I see the issue isn't so much the debate, brainwashing, information (whatever you want to call it) but that they seem to be forming political opinions much earlier and those opinions tend to be stronger.
The loud egotistical bellends are still involved in organised student politics as they always have been. The truly apathetic don't care as they always have. The mainstream are being more involved and polarised earlier and, due to the social media echo chamber on both sides, aren't learning to debate ideas, they are learning to shout down and ignore the opposition. The 'identifying as attack helicopter' bellends (who were bellends, irrespective of their political stance) had clearly lifted a viewpoint wholesale without any original input or analysis.
No idea on the solution.