I call upon the Editor and Chief of the Owl-Post Rae Katana. If your so-called paper is unbiased I am sure you will be delighted to let this one through. If I recall in the Owl Post meeting you said and I quote your very words, ‘’no idea is stupid.’’ If you deny this truth then I will make it known. I will accuse this newspaper of being biased and it shall be known.
It is well known that wars can be started very easily, especially when someone decides to hide the truths from watching eyes. As stated in my previous articles I am those watching eyes of Hogwarts, but I am not the only ones because I’m sure the entire library heard the shouting going on during one of those so sacred Owl-Post meetings. Some of the members disagreeing with one another’s ideas and wanting to withhold their thoughts. Things that shall not be discussed at this time. In the future maybe it will be.
What my discussion shall be about now, as it always is; Hogwarts. Including its wizards and witches that wander the halls or maybe even the beasts that seem to be living in the forest or not. I will not tell you what is lurking in the halls, I do not know, but I do not believe it is just students and professors.
If you ever find yourself wandering after curfew then you will meet one of those lurking in the dark, the watches of the halls. Formally known as Prefects. My understanding of a prefect is to fulfil the duties and obey the rules. Yet, ‘Vexed Prefect’ is not doing as they should. How many others were not listening that night the school was attacked?
The Ministry of Magic may not be the Headmistress. They are /not/ her. However; this is a question or two to you prefects; are you fulfilling the duties of your title and protecting Hogwarts if you disagree the Ministry? And If you wish Hogwarts to be safe, then why would you want the investigators to be gone?
The Ministry of Magic has the right to tear apart this school and its protective walls, yet, maybe you should ask yourself if they are investigating the wrong thing. Now I know from wandering the halls that night, they were looking for dragon eggs. However something is rather odd and terrible about this. Why were students hiding them? Who told them to lie? And why are these eggs so important to the Ministry?
If the Ministry are so fussed over dragon eggs, then who’s going to question the other things going on in the school? Black cats wandering the halls, books left upside down in the library and not to forget the ticking of the clocks. Let me add on to these mysteries, if we are all lying among each other how do we tell apart the real liars and the real truth bringers?
Which are lies. What are truths.
Questions is what you should be asking. Questions are the only answer.