AHDINNAEKEN IS willing to bet that the people of Cowdenbeath are counting their blessings following the actions of “Twitter personality” Natalie McGarry yesterday. When it comes to smearing she should at least follow the lead of fellow Nationalists who know what they’re doing. AhDinnaeKen investigates:
By Longshanker aka @ergasiophobe
AHDINNAEKEN CALLED out the niece of Presiding Officer, Trisha Marwick, yesterday.
We* displayed a couple of tweets which highlighted Natalie’s, er, inconsistency, when smearing/labelling people.
The reaction to AhDinnaeKen’s blog by the failed Cowdenbeath by-election candidate was all too predictable. Nasty too.
Following the blog “Oh dear! Twitter personality Natalie McGarry caught out yet again“, we* received a tweet from Brian Spanner.
The initial tweet by Brian reeked of something that wasn’t very nice. In relation to Natalie he said: “her blood line could only get her so far. she is genuine bombscare material and i doubt she’ll get another run at a seat.”
Here’s how Natalie chose to display that interaction:
Makes it look bad for @ergasiophobe doesn’t it. The use of the phrase “blood line” has some pretty poor connotations. And Natalie seized the opportunity in as subtle a fashion as could be predicted.
AhDinnaeKen might be rude, very occasionally crude and mostly idiotic, but we*’ll always challenge the kind of language used in this instance by Brian.
Not too difficult to spot the difference between the actual conversation and the way Natalie presented it – is it?
She did the same with another Tweeted reply by Pat McKane, but that’s all we*’re going to say about that horrible tweet. Check the @ergasiophobe timeline if you’re interested.
We*’re not going to say too much about Natalie’s rank amateur attempt at smearing, other than what was said yesterday: “If you’re going to smear with a sticky ‘one size fits all’ label, at least provide some evidence and be consistent.”
The evidence presented here speaks for itself. Next!