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what happens when you pay £4,000 a term, to a bigoted organisation

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Be very carful, the open university has a bad habit hiding behind black faces, trying promote diversity, however, black people are just been used as a prop, when you actually start the course, they will take your £4,000 a term, while bigoted tutors, within its criminology department, go out of they way, lying behind your back, and undermark your work, while giving Caucasian students, that commit online plagiarism higher marks.

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Criminology department are Just Bigots

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Edited by Gary James-Brown, Wednesday, 20 Jan 2021, 20:51

This has been the worst, but valuable experience in my life, It's not just within the United States, there is white supremacist, they are here, within the United Kingdom, within the Open University, inside it's criminology department.

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Social Distancing In Supermarkets

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Be very careful while shopping in supermarkets with this social distancing, example, Morrisons. They put all these social distancing signs on the floor and the plastic tills dividers, implemented by narcissistic staff and management, that haven't got a clue about applying any forms of social distancing with some manors..

Most supermarkets layouts, wasn't designed to accommodate social distancing, where you queue for the checkouts, is where you'll can get infected with COVID, 2 meters is virtually impossible, with the shelves are to near to the checkouts, which should be at least 4 meters away from the checkout tills.

This is a business practice called capitalism over life, also Social Harm/Murder.


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