Quote from a review of Patrick Keefe’s ‘Say Nothing‘, by a correspondent for National Public Radio (the nearest thing America has to the BBC or RTE):
Say Nothing switches back and forth between the mystery of who killed Jean McConville and the wider history of the Troubles. As a historian, there’s no mistaking his bias: (Patrick) Keefe is contemptuous of the British government and the security services, and he venerates the Provisional IRA.
What on earth was he smoking?
That’s exactly the way I read it too.
so, what were you smoking?