Paul Trewhela writes on events in a far away country, of which we know nothing.
In a far away country, of which we know nothing, the League of Young Fascists decided to make the biggest university in the country "ungovernable".
The reason was that the League did not like certain opinions of the Vice Chancellor.
In a country in which all offices in the state were held by members of the ruling political party, the Vice Chancellor had followed the practice of the country in following his obligation to express a political opinion, but had made an error. He had expressed the wrong the political opinion.
The Vice Chancellor had not expressed proper deference to the Leader.
This made him unfit to head an academic institution. Only a person with a Correct Opinion about the Leader could be wise and competent enough not to turn a seat of learning into "a spaza shop", said the spokesperson of the League, Signor Benito Muscles.
The Vice Chancellor lacked the One True and Proper Vision, and had "failed the Volk", Signor Muscles declared.
"Mass action" by the the League and its associated organisations would take place, which would render higher education "ungovernable", he stated. Ungovernability of education would continue until the Vice Chancellor had been ejected from his post. The League would not cease in its struggle to make the education of the country conform to the One True and Proper Vision.