A fellow writing in The Guardian refers to "We Scots" and manages to say: "So fearful were they of the Scots that they had a chap called Hadrian build a wall to keep us out." (Emphasis added.) His name: Hardeep Singh Kohli His picture: Will anyone call the emperor naked? Can a "Hardeep Sing Hohli" really pass for a Scot? Or claim that Romans were trying to keep his kind out? (I thought the scots came after the Romans left, but anyway...) Is this consistent even with the rules of multiculturalism? It would be one thing if Scotland had been making a concerted national effort to extend national identity to all comers, a la France's former (and much criticized) "Our ancestors, the Gauls". In that case he could lose the turban, change his name, maybe have a shave and then perhaps in a few generations his claims to Scottishness could be seriously entertained. But the Scots don't; they're as cheerfully (or not) multiculti as the rest of Britain. As it is, then, this article can almost be taken as a wag's attempt to poke fun at the suspension of our critical faculties that multicultiness demands.