It has come to our notice that the fictional character who does the posting here on behalf of the citizenry of the city, namely ‘The Basa’ has actually been banned from Haywired IT center in Craigmillar.
Haywired, the Communities Scotland funded centre in the Hays Business Center is run by a board of 3 people who have all admitted that they are in no way IT literate. Ludicrously two of the Board Members, namely disgraced ex-councillor Paul Nolan and Mr. Mick McNulty admitted in a recording that they knew nothing about IT at all.
Joining the Haywired board in the day-to-day running of the center are the people from City Connect including Pete McDougall who are the currently under multi-disciplined investigation by EdinburghSucks.com for a soon to be released report which will be passed with the Lothian & Borders Police together with the documentary back-up. As a teaser to regular EdSucks readers, there is huge questions of unaccounted funds in the figures of Â£45,389.00, Â£68.085.00 and a whopping Â£256,126.00 from the public purse that are unaccounted for and these are the people who are now in charge of the day-to-day running of the ‘social inclusion’ project known as Haywired.
Haywired is now heading towards gaining international reputation as being the only ‘social inclusion’ project in Scotland, if not the world that has banned a fictional web character. Perhaps the Minister for Communities Malcolm Chisholm, and his deputy Johann Lamont who opened the centre will have the much needed investigation into the workings of the Craigmillar Cabal.
Regular readers will remember our August 17th post where all applications for jobs in the center left the poor applicants open to identity theft because the applications were sent over the internet to Chicago on an insecure connection prompting widespread condemnation including the poor Chicago hosting company who unfortunately realised that their clients were idiots.