Your point emphasizes that you don't want to pay more, too bad. Oh and that nobody you know was violent in the protests, and those that were probably weren't students. Then you changed it in a later post saying college students were just as capable of violent protests. That pretty much sum up? Middle aged? Hardly, experienced would be more accurate. Experience from not having everything handed to me. You're about to get a hard lesson in that if the tuition hike stands. So you can backtrack again? I haven't commented on YOUR financial status, I have no idea what it could be. Or care for that matter. I have made reference in general about people paying more. Never mentioned you were poor, disadvantaged or otherwise, I think you got some kind of inferiority complex. Physical age? Or Mental? Cause I'll give ya two different answers. Authority? And here I was thinking I was agreeing with you on at least one item. Even a simple one. I guess not. In fact the Taliban doesn't, doesn't take an education beyond watching someone for 20 minutes to make and IED. Try again. Did I say you were, I was talking about my history. Understand? Re-reading my post you would understand that I assumed you have financial capability, which is why my road was tougher. But largely by choice. I didn't want to owe a huge sum. Ahh, I don't have the courtesy, you instantly resort to name calling due to the weakness of your argument and I don't have courtesy? I've shown far too much from my point of view. But patience is another trait I have learned. Meanwhile, want me to identify you age? You make it painfully obvious. You won't quote, there's nothing to quote, not once have I said you were poor. Bottom line. Try Harder. Again the inferiority complex at work. With all of you gesturing, I might start believing it.....nah. You haven't really commented on any thing yet. Ya know, some GOOD reason they shouldn't raise the tuition rates. You remember, the topic of you discussion that nobody can disagree with you about. Again, I never said that the education system CAUSED the mess, jebus, the education system is a VICTIM of it, and it is losing money and probably financing, just like every other government agency currently in existence in Britain, hence the largest fiscal budget cut back in your country in the last umpteen decades just being passed. Here I'll make it easy, when one thing happens, it affects other things related to it, no matter what those things are. It's mentions the financial status of universities currently, stating they would cease to exist without that income. Meaning, instead of banking just on foreign students (whom are paying more mind you), they need to raise rates for all students to make up. Seems right from all of the "points" (one) you've raised to the contrary. Any thing else?