How about instead of challenging them to a debate here, you join the union, join the RCNA, go back to uni and do a teaching cert and maybe do a better job of teaching than the people you're criticising (because you have more recent experience? My teachers all still do regular clinical shifts to keep their hands in), start some practice development projects with your team in your work place, go back to uni and do a research masters on your topic and then get it published; go on the conference circuit. Maybe you could switch your specialty - go into learning and development? Lots of options for you - lots of things you can do to promote change and/or debate if you're that unhappy, eh?
Speaking as a student with a number of degrees in related and unrelated areas, including a Masters, and doing placements in aged care, rehab and mental health, I have so far found terrific cooperation from allied health, and experienced nurses have been great tutors - I don't think anyone thinks I'm a dodgy dangerous idjit - and I don't think I am either. I take my studies very seriously as do 95% of my fellow students - and I am streamlining my subjects, placements and readings to end up where I want to be. Finally, I haven't gained the us/them impression in any of my placements (and instead, the respected nurses' opinions were valued by all).
ps a holiday first might help - you do sound a bit tired
pps I just had another thought - if you've recently had a bad experience - or are currently copping grief from someone here is a website where you might get some tips on how to deal with him/her/them.