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Old 27-09-2017, 04:11 PM   #261
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I am posting a curious article from a political site called Sceptical scot. there is nothing overtly to do with the Illuminati or conspiracy in it but it is incredibly observed in how Edinburgh is as a city & how its own inhabitants are being alienated by the city in many forms. and why the writer is leaving the city.....


http://sceptical.scot/2017/09/expiri...ing-edinburgh/




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Squint your eyes when looking at Edinburgh from most angles and you can still, despite the uniquely layered density of spires and rooftops, imagine it empty of people, prehistoric.

What Edinburgh has meant in the past is writ large everywhere, usually with a Victorian confidence about such matters. What Edinburgh means right now is debated but still discernible. What Edinburgh means tomorrow is obscure. It is a city with no sense of trajectory, no forward path, no vision.

It seems hard to imagine that a place of such grandeur might struggle to instil a sense of belonging in its inhabitants. But struggle it does, and the reasons become more palpable every day.

Consuming the city

A certain class of people have come to talk possessively of cities. My city, your city, her city — this language of possession is created by the peculiar economic situation we find ourselves in.

Those who make such claims are often the multitude of latter-day flâneurs, who spend much of their time labouring away in front of Mac devices in post-industrial urban spaces.

The proliferation of these (increasingly universal and homogeneous) haunts is premised on the knowledge that physical possession of property within a global city is increasingly elusive. Possession of the urban space is flitting and fickle – but it can at least be framed as a choice.

This process is the precise opposite of that which created urban living in the first place.

The move from rural to urban was born of necessity and displacement. It meant a great ripping up of identity: traditions, languages and crafts became mere ingredients in a chaotic soup.

To be in the city was to have to fight, not just for space and the right to some form of decent collective life, it was to protect and defend whatever sense of belonging could be carried to this strange, new, darker, home. This, in turn, shaped a new consciousness and with it a new politics that sought to move beyond institutional and vested interests.

So when we talk about gentrification, we are not just talking about the displacement of working class communities according to middle-class needs. We are also referring to the reversal of what makes the city a city in the first place.

Gentrification is about a desire to inhabit an authentic urban space, but also to subtly, yet progressively, turn it into a suburban space.

The goal is a safe space for those who consume rather than produce, but that still offers sufficient tokens of local authenticity to mask the emptiness of the individualistic freedoms the global city is built upon.

With a twisted irony, the city itself has also become something to be consumed.

Vulnerabilities

Edinburgh is more vulnerable than most to such processes. Just as it struggles to push back against the low-level colonisation of working class areas by buy-to-let landlords and trust-funded owner-occupiers, it is also pitifully incapable of resisting the extravagances of high-end developers.

Behind many proposals to drastically alter Edinburgh’s fabric, such as the luxury hotel mooted for the site of the former Royal High School on Calton Hill, and the building of a new St James’s Centre, there sits a brutal economic force.

Theirs is a vision of a city become a mere repository for surplus capital – constantly destroying, reshaping and ring-fencing the urban environment.

The Royal High School project seems to have been finally shelved as a step too far, even though it was afforded serious consideration for far too long.

Yet there is still an underlying pattern – a slew of Edinburgh’s finest public buildings have become private spaces with a quiet inevitability.

The most obvious example is the former Royal Infirmary, haltingly transformed into the Quartermile. Work began on this project when I arrived in the city over a decade ago and it remains a still incomplete, vacant, soulless space for the mega-rich.

There are plenty of other examples of such ‘development’: where luxury accommodation is seemingly the only use that can be found for former public buildings, such as Napier University’s Craighouse campus, Boroughmuir High School and the Edinburgh Geographical Institute on Duncan Street.

Perhaps the most disheartening of all is the iconic Donaldson’s School – a Versailles-scale embodiment of Victorian philanthropy. Yesterday’s school for deaf children is only deemed fit to be tomorrow’s batch of exclusive penthouses: where prices are expected to range from £250,000 to £2,500,000.

Community campaigns still happen, petitions are signed, small victories occur – but no part of Edinburgh can escape the march of the identikit luxury development, colonising every vacant space and view. The douce (and well-heeled) folk of Canonmills couldn’t save their bridge from it for this basic reason: at every level, the city has become a mere commodity.

Inspiring capital

On a smaller scale, many have done remarkably well out of this market. Those who bought flats at the right moment in ropier quarters of central Edinburgh have seen unimaginable returns on their investment.

But the Edinburgh petite bourgeoisie now find themselves haunted by this run of good luck. Communities and stairwells, in even the most genteel corners of the city, are becoming eroded by rent-seeking gone viral. The great appeal of Edinburgh – its urban density and compactness, its liveable scale — is becoming a burden for all ages and all classes.

Other cities, with a far keener sense of their own demos, can suffer the same fate. But the real precariousness of Edinburgh’s situation lies precisely in the fact that it is incapable of understanding itself in collective terms.

Perhaps this situation was already inevitable in the 1960s, when chunks of the old city, easily derided as slums like St James’s Square, were torn down to make way for motorcars and a shopping mall.

As working class communities were pushed out to new banlieues in the name of improvement and modernity, the priority became saving the wealthier districts from more brutalism and urban motorways.

The city was saved, as a site of heritage; the history books and UNESCO confirm this. But was it saved as a city?

The unclaimed city



There are two anomalies about Edinburgh that are often overlooked. Firstly, there is no demonym for an inhabitant of Edinburgh. Secondly, there is no single focal point in the city – no civic square that is understood as the default space where people congregate to protest or celebrate.

Both of these facts are assumed to be mere accidents of language and topography. I disagree. If the people of Edinburgh had felt the need to create a shared identity, they would have felt the need to name it. If they had ever wanted to gather together to assert who they are and stake a claim to a symbolic public space, they would have done so long ago.

Like so many other facets of Edinburgh life, the people can only display themselves in relation to a given institution. They have no shared life. Petitioners might stand outside the Parliament, Occupy Edinburgh camped out in St Andrews Square to irk RBS, Scottish nationalists go to Calton Hill. But there is no space that belongs to the people in Edinburgh because they have never felt the need to claim one.

Having foregone a collective experience of the city in favour of sequestered individual life, Edinburgh’s lightning-fast transformation due to gentrification and financialised development has long been a foregone conclusion.

A new emptiness

As I prepare to leave the place, I do so with the acute and direct knowledge that the squeezing out of those with less in the name of luxury can all too easily be fatal.

It is fatal for pubs, parks, libraries, bookies, cinemas: all of the residual forms of authentic urban community that created the draw in the first place.

It can also be fatal for the individuals who, priced out, find new levels of chaos and impossibility in their lives.

I’ve seen this new Edinburgh eat away at people, curb their prospects, isolate them and cause them to turn them inwards.

When, as in the past few decades, capital demands a seemingly incessant right to remake the urban environment in order to re-create surplus value, this city has found no solid foundation to offer resistance.

Capital cannot rest, the festival cannot stop growing, the construction can never cease: no corner of central Edinburgh is safe from the penthouse and the premium student accommodation block.

I continue to believe that the working class people that I was privileged to know in Edinburgh, who first made me feel at home here, deserved the keys to the city because they cared for it, worked it. It no longer has a place for them and as a result I cannot locate a place for myself in this city.

Why? Because a city reduced to a collection of assets is neither worth looking at nor worth living in. Instead, it is full of a new emptiness that is all too easily left behind.


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Old 29-09-2017, 10:33 AM   #262
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It seems that Edinburgh's local newspaper the Edinburgh Evening News (EEN) has decided to censor its own online readership by only letting people with a Facebook account log on to the website to comment. this seems intentional. Its parent newspaper The Scotsman (which it shares the same office with) allows you to log on to the site with multiple options. but the EEN's editor seems to have taken a different approach.

Heres whats being said on local social media about the issue;

https://www.reddit.com/r/Edinburgh/c...ing_news_site/


It should be noted that during the month of August it seemed as if the EEN website was subject to some sort of malware attack. All online comments to articles were getting deleted, (or the staff at the paper were purposely deleting the comments ("OldManofScotland" was the term used). This was happening round the same time that the Scottish parliament was alleged to have been "cyber attacked" (it wasnt it was UK Deep State using bargain bucket "ZIPPERNET"software it purloined).

So it seems the British state is now interfering with local newspapers in scotland. Which in turn is going to affect the democratic process. What could possibly go wrong?!......

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Old 29-09-2017, 04:55 PM   #263
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There are two anomalies about Edinburgh that are often overlooked. Firstly, there is no demonym for an inhabitant of Edinburgh. Secondly, there is no single focal point in the city – no civic square that is understood as the default space where people congregate to protest or celebrate.

Both of these facts are assumed to be mere accidents of language and topography. I disagree. If the people of Edinburgh had felt the need to create a shared identity, they would have felt the need to name it. If they had ever wanted to gather together to assert who they are and stake a claim to a symbolic public space, they would have done so long ago..
Interesting article and i have sympathies with much of what is being said. Development is running rampant not just in edinburgh but all across scotland building work can be seen

It certainly doesn't look like a land of 'austerity'

Whole new areas of the city are springing up and have their own feel to them which may affect the overall character of the city

The quartermile district certainly has its own feel and the square tops of its buildings dominate the skyline viewed from the meadows

But concerning the city lacking a focal point i think that there ARE gathering places like for example the meadows and the city is blessed with a lot of greenspaces

The city developed the way it has because a new town was built next door to the old medieval one which then drew all the wealthy people over to it where previously they had mixed cheek by jowl with the common folk. This has created a divided city that is part of edinburghs unique character. Its the same dual personality of the city that is reflected in edinburgh author stevensons famous novel 'jekyl and hyde'

This process of tearing the population in two created a dual city which has multiple gathering spaces instead of one.
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Old 29-09-2017, 10:25 PM   #264
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I was sad to hear recently that the Picturehouse has been turned into a Wetherspoons.
Edinburgh is a magnificent place, there is an old extinct volcano with big lava crags RIGHT THERE in the middle of the city.
I'm trying to think of some deep anti illimunati thought about Edinburgh but at the moment I can only think of how good the loaded nachos are in the Auld Hoose or how much I like an occasional visit to the veggie baked tottie shop in Cockburn Street. It's Friday night though eh? Everyone needs a break from the fight against the scaly Elite.
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Old 30-09-2017, 09:24 AM   #265
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One of the aspects of Edinburgh's paranoid goldfish bowl atmosphere is the explosion in the use (& abuse) of dating apps. theres even an Edinburgh created one now that gives away peoples descriptions & locations (creeeepy);

http://edinburgh.stv.tv/articles/296...-in-edinburgh/

when you look at how much info these millenials are giving out to these apps its quite a shocker and its encouraging the public to become stalkers. there is also anecdotal evidence that they are being used for doxxing & stalking purposes to harass the Edinburgh public.

Disturbing.

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Old 01-10-2017, 06:41 AM   #266
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Out of inclusion i am including the prescient post from the anonymous redditor who correctly divined that the UK Deep state was going to attempt a false flag in Edinburgh during august. In hindsight we now that the bonb squad was called out over 6 times during that 2 month period.


https://www.reddit.com/r/FalseFlagWa..._in_edinburgh/


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Having paid attention to whats going on in Edinburgh i am concerned the British state is planning to use the overpopulated August festivals in Edinburgh has a mask for a false flag event/mass-proximity-event.
Locals have been trying to raise the issue over the city being too busy during the month of August and that its "Fringe" festivals has too many venues and is a tragedy waiting to happen.
Even more strangely there was the recent death of a Edinburgh teenager that exposed a local bomb making factory;
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotlan...-fife-40518446
Also there is an ongoing issue of Uk deep state personnel engaging in psy-ops against locals in Edinburgh at the moment ;a sort of weaponised doxxing/flashmobbing if you will, to provoke locals into violence. This is a test run for them to target vulnerable muslims in Edinburgh who might be open to radicalisation, and worse. The best i can describe it is a sort of weaponised NLP that they are using.
It is a toxic and freakish atmosphere in Edinburgh just now.
If you have friends going to the festivals next month tell them to keep aware of their surrounds in Edinburgh.
God speed. Keep the faith everyone.


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Whats interesting is that the redditor never put this info in r/edinburgh. Having observed r/edinburgh from afar there seems to be a set of about 4-6 accounts who seem to be paid shills for the deep state trolling anyone who tries to introduce any interesting post to the subreddit that doesnt meet their criteria. Sort of chinese style internet censorship.
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An omen of things to come.....


http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotlan...-fife-41471129


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The flagpole which has been at Edinburgh Castle for more than 50 years has snapped in high winds.
The pole, which is on top of the Crown Square clock, broke in the early hours of Monday.
Work to fix a mechanism inside it, which had failed, had just been completed last month.
The castle was shut for a time on Monday morning, due to strong winds, but has now reopened. However, the area around the pole has been cordoned off.
The Union flag is raised every morning and lowered every evening.


The flag flies under Queen regulations because the castle is a military saluting station.
The flagpole is maintained and the responsibility of the MoD.
A spokeswoman speaking on behalf of the MoD and Historic Environment Scotland, who manage Edinburgh Castle, said: "We are aware that the flagpole at Edinburgh Castle has suffered damage last night following high winds.
"We are working closely with our contractors who are currently on site to ensure that the area is secure and safe as well as assessing how best to recover and repair the flagpole as quickly and safely as possible."


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Maybe the spirits of the castle are telling the managers of the castle to keep the flag down........
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Old 09-10-2017, 04:47 PM   #268
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Mmmmmm. whats really going on here?........


http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotlan...-fife-41556080



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A second request for the extradition of an Edinburgh "businessman" wanted by the Taiwanese authorities for fleeing from the country after being found guilty of manslaughter, has been rejected.
Zain Dean was found guilty of killing a 31-year-old news vendor in a drink driving incident in 2010.

Dean was sentenced to four years in jail for killing the man but absconded to Scotland using a friend's passport.

The Extradition Court in Edinburgh rejected Taiwan's request.
The case will now return to the High Court.

Dean set up home in Edinburgh changing his name by deed poll to Callum Rafael Scott.
On bail



At his trial in 2011, the court heard he had been entertaining clients in a nightclub and claimed he hired an employee there to drive him home.
He was, however, found guilty and released on bail where he left the country.
In 2013, he was arrested in respect of an extradition request from Taiwan and spent two and a half years in HMP Edinburgh before being released on bail.
The request for his extradition led to a Memorandum of Understanding between the United Kingdom and Taiwan which laid out arrangements for his treatment in prison there.
The extradition request for the negligent manslaughter case is still under appeal.
In June 2016, however, the Minister of Justice of Taiwan submitted another request for his extradition on a charge of attempting to pervert the course of justice by absconding.

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Many shades of "spooks" here.
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Old 17-10-2017, 12:34 PM   #269
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Curious thing weaponised weather....

On sunday morning in Edinburgh there was a whole set of clouds that seems "artificial" in nature.

: they were "ribbed" in a close type straight lines that were pushing in from the west.

: they were all equally paced apart as if they were "made" that way.

: the wind on sunday never dispelled these clouds.

It was quite eerie.

also you had the old-school BC biblical Roman era omen of a weird red sun in south east of england ( there is no category for that red sun yet. It hasnt been recorded before.)

and the fact that the Ophelia almost hit us thirty years to the day since the great storm of '87.


Oh and that Natos Joint Warrior exercise was in West Scotland up until the 12th October. what were they doing there "really"?



https://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/news-an...cise-in-europe




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A major UK-led multinational exercise is set to begin next week when Exercise Joint Warrior gets underway.

One of the largest military exercises of its kind in Europe, Joint Warrior will run from October 1-12, providing NATO allies and partners with an opportunity to improve the tactics and procedures vital in today’s complex battlefield.

Fourteen nations will participate, bringing ships, aircraft and troops to military ranges across the country and to maritime exercise areas off the west and north coast of Scotland.

Activity will feature:

Thirty-five naval units from Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Spain, the UK and the US, supported by 11 rotary wing aircraft.
RAF Lossiemouth and HMS Gannet in Prestwick hosting international aircraft from Canada, France, Norway, the UK and US.
Cape Wrath Weapons Range in the North of Scotland being used for joint fires activity.
Exercise Joint Warrior will also incorporate elements of another major exercise known as Formidable Shield, running from September 21 to October 18.


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If anyone here is clued up on old auguries & omens could you give me a brief synopsis of what a red sun means when seen?
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Dummy run on the Scottish parliament?;

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotlan...itics-41900849


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Four packages that sparked a security alert at the Scottish Parliament were not suspicious, police have said.

Part of the building was evacuated after the packages, one of which was said to contain white powder, were sent to the offices of four Tory MSPs.

Police and firefighters were called, but business elsewhere in the parliament continued as normal.

Police said there were no suspicious circumstances surrounding the incident, and no crime had been committed.

The MSP block, where politicians have their offices, has now reopened.

It is understood the packages were sent to Tory MSPs Liz Smith, Jamie Halcro-Johnston, Edward Mountain and Donald Cameron.


Mr Mountain told BBC Scotland that the package he received appeared to have been an invitation to the Inverness Courier newspaper's 200th anniversary celebration.

He did not notice anything unusual when he opened his envelope.

But he was later told that a member of Mr Halcro-Johnston's staff had his hands covered in white powder when he opened a similar package.

The male staff member was examined by medics as a precaution.

A spokeswoman for Police Scotland confirmed that the alarm had been raised at about 11:35 following a report of a suspicious package having been delivered.

"The MSP block was evacuated as a precaution, but inquiries have concluded there are no suspicious circumstances surrounding this incident and no crime has been committed," she said.

"Normal service at the Scottish Parliament has resumed and the block is once again opened."


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Weird thing is...yesterday my colleagues were complaining to me about them not being able to access their computers. It was akin to a silent run of DDOS attacks on people's computers in Edinburgh. At the moment i had to purchase a new hard drive which i am going to have to refit new myself from scratch.

so i am inclined to think that this was a UK deep state dummy run to test the response time of the emregency services in Edinburgh. The DDOS of the computers were synchronized the day before the letters reached the parliament. (Degrading repsonse times? Degrading the ability to share info before an attack?)


As from this day forth i send out this call to the forum. Stay away from Edinburgh. Until this is resolved one way or another. If you have friends who are going to Edinburgh for big event like the rugby internationals or festival arty stuff, try to put them off gently. And under no circumstance should anyone here attend the Edinburgh hogmanay celebrations this year. Its badly run , overcrowded & more stressful than it needs to be, and the security isnt fir for purpose in Edinburgh.
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Old 15-11-2017, 10:28 AM   #271
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I have always had this theory that Edinburgh's morphogenic field is purposely repellant and repulsive. Edinburgh seems to be doing everything that it can to push and cleanse Edinburgh of its inhabitants for some unknown agenda. the energy and "HARRP" that they are using in Edinburgh is designed to depopulate the city.

which brings me to this peice from yesterdays newspapers. A woman who was in Edinburgh for most of her life didnt seem to "fit in" in her own city. It was like the city was pushing her her out....

http://www.scotsman.com/regions/inve...jobs-1-4613038



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A woman who packed in her city retail job for a quiet life on a tiny island is having to hold down nine jobs - because there’s no-one else to do them. Sarah Moore, 26, quit her job selling clothes at Next in Edinburgh after becoming fed up of city life, and moved to North Ronaldsay, in the Orkneys - which has a population of just 45 and average age of 65.

As the youngest person living on the island, she soon found herself with no fewer than nine different jobs to hold down - carrying out duties as everything from a firefighter to a shepherdess. She started a job working as a carer, but now also puts in shifts as an air traffic controller, airport baggage handler, and also delivers the island’s post.

The city (Edinburgh) is too crowded and there’s no greenery or scenery. For me there was just a dead-end job - retail work is not for me. “It was lonely in Edinburgh, even though there are so many people. I lived in the same house for 23 years and I only knew the people to the left and right of me and here I know everyone.” Romance is difficult to drum up on an island with such a tiny population, and Sarah believes the other islanders would love for her to settle down. “Being the youngest person on the island there is pressure to settle down and have some kids.

“I don’t really miss Edinburgh. I went back last month to help my parents move, but I never got that nostalgia feeling.

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There has been zero debate over this in local scottish media. and the joke that is r/edinburgh ignored this.

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I am merely including this out of reference. This is the bullying claims against George Watson college which still has remnants of the boarding school mentality around it;

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotlan...-fife-42008475


http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotlan...-fife-42008475

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Inspectors visited one of Scotland's top private schools after complaints about bullying from the parents of a former pupil.
George Watson's College in Edinburgh underwent a three-day inspection last month after staff were also accused of covering up the issue.
The allegations emerged in comments from Green MSP Andy Wightman during a debate at the Scottish Parliament.
The school has denied it has a problem with bullying.
Inspectors visited the school, which charges up to £11,900 a year, on 4, 5 and 6 September after claims that it had failed to take appropriate action in the child's case or offer proper support.
The parents, who live within Mr Wightman's Lothian constituency, also accused George Watson's College of providing inadequate support to children with disabilities and additional needs.

'Lifelong injuries'
Mr Wightman said: "I was approached by constituents with a case involving a child who was the victim of serious bullying that ended up causing lifelong injuries at George Watson's College in Edinburgh."
He added: "Anti-bullying measures whether statutory, or in the form of guidance, should apply equally to all schools, including private schools, as children's human rights are universal and indivisible."
Following the school visits, inspectors said they were satisfied that the "welfare of a pupil attending the school was not adequately safeguarded".
They imposed three conditions on the school, including the introduction of a new complaints policy by the end of next week.
The Registrar of Independent Schools said the school's governing council should also clearly set out its function and, by March next year, provide inspectors with a report on the policies and practices required to deliver improvements.
Melvyn Roffe, the principal of George Watson's College, queried Mr Wightman's characterisation of the school and said he was proud of the way children were treated there.
He added: "I do not recognise the caricature of Watson's that has been presented as a result of the allegations made in the Scottish Parliament yesterday.
"No school is perfect and the HMIe report shows how we are improving things in many ways.
"But the report in no way supports the assertion that children are at great risk of bullying here. Quite the reverse."
George Watson's College in Edinburgh's Colinton Road, has 2,361 children on its school roll and counts Sir Chris Hoy, the politician Sir David Steel and the journalist Martha Kearney among its former pupils.


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Soon enough all the boarding school set will be leaving Scotland once and for all.....
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Old 17-11-2017, 10:22 PM   #273
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On sunday morning in Edinburgh there was a whole set of clouds that seems "artificial" in nature.

: they were "ribbed" in a close type straight lines that were pushing in from the west.
yeah i've seen those kind of clouds

I think they are formed by ionosphere heaters aimed at particulates that have just been sprayed

Edinburgh gets laced regularly by chemtrails
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i have been paying close attention to the joke that is r/edinburgh. It seems that over the last 6 months there has been an increase almost borderline cyberstalking/voyeuristic posting.

Now at the best of times Edinburgh is a paranoid goldfish bowl of a city. local Edinburghers have no quality of life and no privacy (especially since the illegal Unit 33 took up residence in edinburgh in contravention of Scottish law and the Act of Union, and making the city a prime target for military grade cyber attacks.)

so even in spite of having little to no privacy in edinburgh now we have a whole generation of millenials in Edinburgh whose main environment has been that of social media, soul destroying "reality" TV and easily accessible hardcore pornography. We now have a whole generation who dont respect their own privacy or that of the general population.

now on r/edinburgh someone submitted a post about Edinburgh "characters", who just happened to have the misfortune of having health problems and not having any support network. Now because of this they have become fodder for Facebook stalkers in Edinburgh who see them as targets for stalking because of their difficulties. Its obscene, and its leading to Edinburgh becoming an uninhabitable city due to smartphone stalking and the city not being large at all.

Heres the posting on r/edinburgh;

https://www.reddit.com/r/Edinburgh/c...gh_characters/


Now you understand why edinburgh is not a safe place to raise a child in.

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is it me or is edinburgh becoming covered in graffiti in the last few years

its everywhere now
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Heres an interesting post from the folks over on v/pizzagatewhatever. (Kudos to the pizzagate community for holding their nerve and persisting with where the evidence leads. Keep the faith guys, the cards will fall soon enough)


https://voat.co/v/pizzagatewhatever/2278566


the symbolism of the staff is curious and represents some sort of occult initiation. also look at the expression of everyone in the photo. They all look "buzzed" or hypnotized, (except for Prince William) Adrenochrome anyone?

Before that photo was taken there was a staged scene where we see Prince Charles drinking from a very ritualistic & symbolic cup at the Tattoo ceremony. No reason is given for this. Or what is in the actual cup. so again very symbolic and very occult. (Adrenochrome in the cup?)

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Old 11-12-2017, 10:25 AM   #277
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Another curious bit of ransom info i picked up from social media is that internet speed/provision in Edinburgh is sub standard. It seems that when the deep state fitted all its spying gear into the Open Reach junction/switch boxes in Edinburgh they didnt factor in that the infrastructure wasnt up to the job of carrying their kit and allowing stable internet access at the same time. so Broadband in Edinburgh will be rubbish for as long as the deep state data-mines local Edinburghers.

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Old 11-12-2017, 04:50 PM   #278
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Heres an interesting post from the folks over on v/pizzagatewhatever.
I saw a guy in edinburgh recently with a chicken on his head. It wasn't a real one. It was a depiction of a cooked chicken rendered into a hat

he was acting as a living advertisement for a pizza joint or something like that just standing there with its logo on his top.

You know when people depict cooked chickens in cartoons or whatever....they have those kinda bone ends for the legs. Well his hat had those pointing upwards and it was pulled down over his head as if his head had been forced inside a chicken

That's what the human animal is reduced to in edinburgh
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5 Days into 2018 and Edinburgh gets its first high profile suicide at the 33 degreed Scott Monument;

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotlan...-fife-42585602


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A woman has died in Edinburgh after falling from the Scott Monument.
Emergency services were called to Princes Street at about 15:45 on Friday after reports of someone falling from the city landmark.
Police have now confirmed a woman died at the scene.
It happened close to the popular Christmas markets which have been running in Princes Street Gardens since the end of last year.

The incident is not thought to be suspicious but inquiries are at an early stage.
A Police Scotland spokeswoman said: "Police in Edinburgh were called to Princes Street around 15.45 on Friday 5 January, after a report of a woman having fallen from the Scott Monument.
"The woman was sadly pronounced dead at the scene."
Princes Street was closed to traffic for a short time but all traffic now has access to one lane westbound.

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the thing is edinburgh's Morphic Resonance Field has been disturbed by all the weaponised wi-fi & psychotronic weaponry that has been used on local Edinburghers for the last couple of years. this exposure to military grade EMF weaponry is causing a suicude epidemic in Edinburgh that is being ignored by the local NHS and by the compromised media.


If you are a nosy microwave engineer there are some areas of interest in Edinburgh that would merit your attention....

1: Arthurs Seat: Its being used to transmit a frequency. Go up the site with some recording devices in a backpack, and see what you get.....

2: Leith dock's area. there is weird frequencies abound in north Edinburgh at the Leith Dock's. It affects peoples health, TV signals and mobile phone functionality. also there are local reports of severe headaches, and major health issues cause by these frequencies being directed at the local population in North Edinburgh. Again this merits interest. (The tech giant Siemens has a facility at Leith docks. No one goes in. No one leaves. Again merits interest)

3: The Craigkelly TV transmitter aerial that is the north to Edinburgh. It is being used to project/transmit non-television extreme high frequencies on to the greater Edinburgh area. (Weirdly i dont think its the government behind this. The Craigkelly transmitter in effect has been weaponised)


Again keep away from Edinburgh....

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Nature can act as an early warning system when things are out of balance or "alignment". As if out of the blue to show the damage caused by the extreme high frequencies being directed on to Edinburgh and its population here is a very weird happening where thousands of starfish felt the "need" to get out of the water due to "something" repulsing them....

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotlan...-fife-42597867


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Thousands of starfish have been found washed up on Portobello beach in Edinburgh.
They were spotted on Saturday by local residents who were out walking in the coastal suburb.
Edinburgh-based Susan Tomes, who was on the beach with her family, told BBC Scotland: "It was the strangest thing I have ever seen on Portobello beach.
"We saw this pinkish drift before realising with horror that they were starfish - thousands of them.
"People were looking at it and wondering what had happened to them.
"We presumed they were dead because we prodded one or two of them with our feet and they didn't respond."
Some residents speculated that the marine invertebrates may have ended up on the beach as a result of Storm Eleanor.
In April, thousands of starfish were spotted washed up on a beach in the Highlands.
In that case, marine experts said the invertebrates may have got caught up by strong winds or tides as they changed location.

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Knowing that area i can tell you that it has nothing to do with the previous Storm Eleanor. The starfish were acting to something quite destructive and damaging pushing them to leave the water.

A) Portobello beach is about 0.5 miles from Leith Docks.
B) Again Leith docks is where the tech giant Siemens is based.
C) Psychotronic weaponry and weaponised wi-fi is being used in North Edinburgh for "experimental" purposes.

So its not just local Edinburghers who are getting lobotomized by high energy EHF weaponry, its now the local wildlife and the local seabed that is suffering now.

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