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Yellowcarded

Yellowcarded

I got you 100%, no misunderstanding there at all, Mr Burger is totally down playing the fact that these are indeed racially/politically motivated murders, thats why the government and the police force are doing nothing about it. their agenda is to drive all white farmers off the land for their own gain. In KZN less than 35% of all land inclusive of farm land is in white ownership and the other 65% is in black ownership and by state, yet they continuously scream about white money monopoly and giving back the land. makes one think about the hidden agenda and the BS the press feed us everyday.

01/11/2017

Padraigin Eagle

Padraigin Eagle

These creatures stock-in-trade is magik carpets, Aleister Crowley trained, many crooked paths bloodstained.

31/10/2017

'ed

'ed

They cannot sweep the blood under the carpet for much longer!

31/10/2017

Padraigin Eagle

Padraigin Eagle

Police File: 13 'ed, the only problem is that it's an orchestrated assault on the prime target, and they'll spin it any way that suits them, always best to keep in mind that they have no intention of stopping the massacre nor of following up on the weekly murders.

31/10/2017

'ed

'ed

The problem is: if the attacks are racially motivated, then the police are limited in what they can do to address it (It's erm "political" dufus (wink)) If this is simply "common crime" gone wrong (escalated), then the police can address it in that way.

31/10/2017

'ed

'ed

Yes, and it's very mature of you to admit that you are too emotional to have a balanced perspective.

31/10/2017

Padraigin Eagle

Padraigin Eagle

My sincere condolences on the death of your brother, the white farmers living through hellish times for oh so long now, with no end in sight. As I understand the point you are making, Burger is implying (or seems to be implying) that there is no racial or political agenda/motive regarding the never-ending "black on white" farm attacks, when in fact, the attacks are racially and politically driven. In other words, the attacks should rightfully be labelled as racist, politically motivated attacks by dark people on light people. In the same way that even the most minor indiscretion/incident involving a white "against" a black is labelled racist, in near-hysterical terms, by the lying lamestream media, politicians, libtards, cadres and assorted government lackeys, sycophants one and all, hidden hands hold them in thrall!

30/10/2017

disqus_hT7JSHb0rm

disqus_hT7JSHb0rm

I have read the article again, and I am wrong about this Mr Burger, but if I read and I see the word politics and whatever in an article my blood starts to boil. But I must rather not discuss anything anymore, because I have this anger in me and I see that I say things that I should not say. I know what people are going through when there is/was a murder or any attack.

30/10/2017

'ed

'ed

What is the reality that you see here? (I'm very interested to hear your point of view)

30/10/2017

disqus_hT7JSHb0rm

disqus_hT7JSHb0rm

No, not at all. My brother was murdered in 2004 and no one was caught and there was an attempt on my father's life in 1976. Why I acted this way is because the guy brings in politics and race. So if he does not want to see reality then he must go and sleep and not wake up again because it makes me mad!

30/10/2017

'ed

'ed

Do you like hearing about people getting murdered?

30/10/2017

'ed

'ed

That's quite a difference.

30/10/2017

disqus_hT7JSHb0rm

disqus_hT7JSHb0rm

Johan Burger PLEASE go and sleep and never wake up again.

30/10/2017

FORREAL11

FORREAL11

They aren't. Some whites are

30/10/2017

Brokenit

Brokenit

Exciting news. I am glad South Africans are standing up against this evil.

30/10/2017

Twenty1century

Twenty1century

I followed this students uprisings though I support them,i feel for some is about increasing their profile.Hence I will never be a follower because you lose yourself in a process for a benefit of someone's pursuit.

08/11/2015

Matlokoa Molefe

Matlokoa Molefe

Daily Sun le maka too much,court e bulang ka Sunday ke ya Dreamland only

08/11/2015

matthew

matthew

this man was politically responsible when the local plans were drawn up when the PA was set up. as a result of this, anything not in a UCA (village core) can now be pulled down and replaced by higher buildings. vera haqqu prosit, mhux ta' b'xejn dahhluh maghhom il-kuntratturi.

02/11/2017

Albert Mamo

Albert Mamo

I beg to differ. In as much as she did hit people of any colour. Example Delia just recently, she also hit at journalists that she felt weren't doing their job investigating well enough!!! She was not being honoured all over Malta and the world for nothing!!! You're probably a labour supporter so I can understand your stand on the matter!!!

02/11/2017

Raphael Dingli

Raphael Dingli

you have completely missed the point of the article. Daphne was a good investigative journalist and despised criminals and bent politicians. Unfortunately she also despised innocent labour leaning voters and used strong words to discredit and shame her own kin. So none of this loyalty towards Malta please. May she rest in peace.

01/11/2017

Kat

Kat

Prosit Michael. You have written the two best articles on this issue.

01/11/2017

Matthew

Matthew

No problem.

01/11/2017

Steve Muscat Azzopardi

Steve Muscat Azzopardi

And yet you write this while clutching a PL flag in your hand, do you not see the irony? Many of the people protesting are not PN supporters or voters. Some voted Labour for at least the last 2 elections. These are not repeating what some PN bigwig said. Some of us have had enough of the abuse of power, WHOEVER did or continues to do so. Rule of law does not exist when police commissioners do not investigate FIAU reports with a clear suspicion of illegal activity. Rule of law does not exist when a police force stands by while a bank flagged in the same report is emptied of documents. Of course these could all be unsubstantiated claims but with the potential proof gone we may never know. Lastly Malta is being harmed abroad because it's top 2 in government were implicated in Panama papers and are still in office. The current government was voted in so calls for a change in government are ridiculous. I don't want either PL or PN. Neither is fit for for the job. My hope is that enough people can rally behind a new party - but wait, the current duopoly makes that extremely difficult. We want change not PN.

01/11/2017

Steve Muscat Azzopardi

Steve Muscat Azzopardi

Sorry mate, I didn't mean to reply to your comment. Mine was aimed at the author of the article.

01/11/2017

Robert Bruce

Robert Bruce

Who cares about the rest of the world anyhow? DCG did not attack labour because it is corrupt, but because labourites have a different DNA and are of a lesser god.............according to DCG

01/11/2017

Matthew

Matthew

So if I am carrying the PL flag are you waving the PN one? I never mentioned the protesters and what their political allegiance might be. I was commenting on what Mr Falzon's article, which in my opinion is very levelled headed and reflects exactly how we Maltese think politically. So why do you jump to conclusions? I agree with you that Malta needs a real change and like you I think this is very hard to come by given our political psyche.

01/11/2017

Albert Mamo

Albert Mamo

In true labour style you would say that!!! The rest of the world thinks differently!!!

01/11/2017

mario mifsud

mario mifsud

In Daphne's case, her vilification assumed political and systematic dimensions. Prime Minister Muscat called general elections because of a case she was investigating. Journalists are doing their job when they investigate politicians. Politicians are to accept this reality in a democratic country and not hit back by a vilification campaign. Such is the case in a country under a dictatorial regime.

01/11/2017

mario mifsud

mario mifsud

The media is today considered the 4th Estate , therefore as an investigative journalist Daphne was part of the state. That is why the European Parliament commemorated her death and are naming a hall in the European Parliament Building in Strassburg , after her.

01/11/2017

R Farmer

R Farmer

She threw allegations around like she was throwing confetti at a wedding, no proof and ready to harm anyone in her hatred to harm her enemies. The PN stands for corruption and hipocracy and the establishment. She was certainly not a true Maltese barely able to communicate in her native tongue. May she rest in peace, and may God have mercy on all our souls.

01/11/2017

R Farmer

R Farmer

A voice of reason and not hysterical journalistic panic and hypomania

01/11/2017

R Farmer

R Farmer

The murder was not political she was not a politician and so far no politician has been involved in her murder. and she did not write about politics

01/11/2017

R Farmer

R Farmer

If you are cut will you not bleed ? If you villify others will villify you

01/11/2017

mario mifsud

mario mifsud

Daphne was an investigative journalist , who wrote on the abuses committed by politicians. Politicians or persons at the service of politicians in turn reacted by vilifying her , calling her a witch and many other names. That already is very irregular behaviour since journalists have to be respected and not vilified. Then she was killed. Her killing is a political murder because the reason for her murder was political, namely shutting her up , so that she will not continue divulging the abuses of politicians. There is no doubt that since the motive of the crime was silencing Daphne- a political act- the murder was political.

31/10/2017

Albert Mamo

Albert Mamo

Of course they keep supporting the corrupt. LP supporters were never known to have any material to think with. They just band together like goats as you can tell from this blog!!!

31/10/2017

M Farrugia

M Farrugia

And since when she exposed Delia,a good part of those who voted PN in the last election have now abandoned the PN and decided not to vote PN until Delia is leader.So yes at least 15k have opinions and not parties and are proud of what they achieved during the last two weeks without the need of a party.Whilst all PL supporters and opportunists keep supporting the corrupt.

31/10/2017

joe

joe

This is all false. Why did she have to attack the Prime Minister`s wife and his two innocent children and why ridicule Delia`s wife in her blogs?

31/10/2017

Mike Rodgers

Mike Rodgers

Very good analysis.

31/10/2017

Kwarezimal

Kwarezimal

Michael Falzon says it as it is.

31/10/2017

Matthew

Matthew

Mr Falzon's article was written with people like you in mind = people who cannot form an independent opinion without their political bias.

31/10/2017

Matthew

Matthew

Very well written piece. Hope more people could think in this dispassionate way politically

31/10/2017

Free Thinker

Free Thinker

Mr Falzon, in your early autumn years you are showing a statesmanlike wisdom that does you great credit.

31/10/2017

pinocchio

pinocchio

She was a big PN partisan and for the little good she made she mad lot of bad things very bad ones she dont deserve any honor and she is no body else so dont blow it to were she is not belong

31/10/2017

MaltaCross

MaltaCross

Spot on!

31/10/2017

Albert Mamo

Albert Mamo

Look Michael, Daphne stood for loyalty towards MALTA and that was proved in the way she did her investigative journalism!!! Labour stands for corruption and she fought that hard and when Delia joined the fold, it was obvious he had a very bad track record and she had no problem digging out the dirt!!! I think sir you should get your fact's straight!!! She was a true Maltese till the END!!! May God rest her soul!!!

31/10/2017

John B Vincenti

John B Vincenti

One should not mix up loyalty with integrity.

31/10/2017

Better Future

Better Future

MT's oldtimers are showing how reporting and journalism should be done. Were it not for these wise, real journalists, MT, presently, would be no more than a carbon copy of TOM/TMI.

31/10/2017