Blue Specs Endorsement

Edit 2/3/16, 3pm: Since it is against Election rules to be endorsed by media, I have contacted the Editor to ask for it to be removed.

I’ve been endorsed by Blue Specs in an editorial written by Hesham.

Think of it what you may, his words are heard. I’m in no way right-wing. If I had to put myself behind a British party, it’d be LibDems. But I think, CUSU should stay away from partisan politics as much as possible. In this respect, I very much differ from all the other candidates.

I’m a centrist candidate who listens to everyone and doesn’t just advance the ideas of special interest groups (that’s a big reason why posts don’t get 100+ likes).


Full article here


3 thoughts on “Blue Specs Endorsement

  1. Could you be more specific about what you mean when you say ‘special interest groups’? It sounds as if you’re belittling the experiences of minorities and under represented groups in Cam…


    • Thank you for expressing your concerns. I am not belittling the experiences of anyone, I have great respect for under-represented groups, I belong to several of them myself. Special interest group is an accepted political term that covers the entire political spectrum and simply means according to Wikipedia:

      A Special Interest Group (SIG) is a community within a larger organization with a shared interest in advancing a specific area of knowledge, learning or technology where members cooperate to affect or to produce solutions within their particular field, and may communicate, meet, and organize conferences.

      For example, one candidate is supported by the Zero Carbon Campaign, another by Free Speech activists. I’m neither.


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