by Christian Wright
In an article in The National George Kerevan, the SNP MP for East Lothian writes:
“… I don’t mean its hardworking Scottish team of Severin Carrell or uber-blogger Libby Brooks”
How much hard work can Severin’s patented cut ‘n’ paste articles of Unionist party press releases be, George?
“They included some of the paper’s grandees, such as Martin Kettle and Jonathan Freedland… was it perhaps the case that the post-referendum political revolution in Scotland had finally persuaded the Guardian that it was actually time its intellectual superstars travelled north of Hadrian’s Wall to find out what was going on?”
Seriously George? Your Yoda-like sagacity leads you to opine that that brace of marginal wordsmiths, Kettle and Freedland are “intellectual superstars”? Doesn’t the evidence of their wares on matters constitutional and Scottish confirm their cognitive reach is more akin to that of lobotomised fruit flies?
This is taking Unionist jihadi journalist ass-kissing to a whole new level.
. . . Or maybe you were just being ironic. For the sake of the Nation and your immortal soul, I hope so.