Lawful Hunters indeed

Maltese hunters arrested in Argentina The Spring Hunting Referendum is done and dusted and we all know how close the result was, yet unfortunately it went the hunter's way. This post is not going to analyse that result nor is it a comment on the referendum itself. However it is a comment on the reaction... Continue Reading →


Marlene Farrugia rebels over university on ODZ land, fires warning –

Marlene Farrugia rebels over university on ODZ land, fires warning - Well said Marlene. We need more MP's with your level of loyalty, honesty & integrity if Malta is to move away from the current cesspit of corruption. yet you are wasting your talents while on the Labour Ticket. Move on please and find... Continue Reading →

Why would I vote for you?

Valletta has, over the past years, seen some major projects aimed at restoring much of what is old and beautiful. Another massive project is the new parliament building and the upgrading of its surroundings. This project has been victim of Malta's unfortunate propensity to squabble over everything and anything simply on the grounds of colour... Continue Reading →

Cash for Citizenship

After a landslide win in the polls last March we've seen gaf after gaf from the government. Starting with the wholesale transfers and attempted transfers (CBM), new posts being created to accommodate those they wanted to 'reward', the totally inhuman treatment of the refugees caught on a ship when our PM refused them refuge here... Continue Reading →


What a naive comment this is… and if people believe this they are just as if not more naive than the person making it!

If truly this were the reason it is one of the most ill-thought out and ill-conceived ideas ever.

Destroy Malta’s international reputation, with all the negative ramifications that come with that, for the short term quick buck and publicity act.

The mind boggles… truly it does.

Ghandi xi Nghid

Labour MP Marlene Farrugia today said that the controversial citizenship scheme was an effort by Prime Minister Joseph Muscat to meet people’s expectations without raising taxes.

“In the rush to give the maximum back to the population in a short amount of time, the Prime Minister wanted to make a difference without raising taxes or the deficit,” Dr Farrugia said onGhandi xi Nghid on TVM.

“The scheme was introduced too soon, all consultation should have been carried out in depth. The Opposition had to be consulted more and consensus should have been sought straight away,” Dr Farrugia continued.

The backbench MP said that she was “hurt” by the media reports portraying Malta in a bad light over the scheme, but said that the fact that Dr Muscat is now willing to listen and discuss the scheme has “redeemed” her faith in him.

Dr Farrugia said that the scheme should…

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