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Afrikanus

Afrikanus

Of course once again this is only a single case, you cannot shear them over one comb (lump them together), in general the refugees are well adapted, in many cases beter educated than the ethnic Germans, the crime rate is sinking and Germany can breathe a sigh of relieve again. So the narrative goes, and a large part of the population is living in the Valley of the Ignorant because they only follow the public broadcasters and the local rags and what is being taught at school. In my experience there still remain enough people who for news purposes are not computerwise and try to avoid technology and difficult politics if they do not need to do so. Dresden once was called The Valley of the Ignorants, as they could not receive Western TV broadcasts during GDR times. Those closer to the West-German borders could. It seems that the tables have been turned today. Parts of the former GDR are not ignorant anymore, but it seems the same could not be said for the affluent Western-Germany. As in South Africa it is panem et circenses - in South Africa rugby, in Germany soccer and endless mindless talk shows on TV.

20/12/2016

Joseph Pavia

Joseph Pavia

I cannot agree with anything you have just said here. The government is not on its knees. That this sham of a protest's aim is to bring the government to its needs prematurely does not translate that it will succeed. The Government is not worried. The protests look plain to all now. They are partisan. They are sustained by the old PN establishment who are trying to use DGC murder to survive. All people of good will were woken up by the bomb that kill DCG myself included. I never liked her but I did not hate her. I envied her ability to write flawlessly and thought of her ability as a waste in the way she used it only to funnel her contempt for Labour and Labour supporters. I asked her once why she hated Labour so much and if she did not see any corrupt politicians on PN's side. This was before the election. Her answer was, no, no one in PN are corrupt; and contempt not hate for Labour. I never addressed her name in shallow language. I do not to no one. As for your last sentence. No, it won't get any bigger. The people fighting the present government do not deserve to win anything because most in the fight are not sincere to the initial call which should have united the whole Nation to bring DCG's murderers to justice.

31/10/2017

Alex Grima

Alex Grima

It's always an opportune moment for an election if enough people want it. If a government ends up on its knees because people are protesting and it won't listen, then it is governing terribly and refused to see things coming. Government's fault. And if the government is actually afraid of people protesting as seems to be the case and wants to stop them, then it's a worse government still. One of the primary things we are demanding to change is that the government must be answerable to the people at all times and not only before an election. There may still be a minority protesting on the streets, but the majority at home has been woken up by a bomb. This will get bigger.

31/10/2017

Joseph Pavia

Joseph Pavia

Booted at the opportune moment yes; Always as democracy demands. Because some will remain rooted to the opinion that a government is incompetent and corrupt should never spell out let's bring it to its knees. The majority, including the silent one dis not of that opinion. If it was It would have shown by now. Now what I ask is, what is this minority really after? Because we all know that it is always dangerous to stir up the majority to protest against. And it needs only a handful of renegades to do another Black day that will really put the government party to shame and to another spell in opposition!

31/10/2017

Alex Grima

Alex Grima

Did you need Raphael Vassallo to tell you that? But just because you win an election doesn't mean you can't be booted out again if you are incompetent and corrupt to the bone. Look at what's happening to Trump. Joey and Delia are no different.

31/10/2017

Joseph Pavia

Joseph Pavia

I think this is a fitting answer to what you have said in this comment. It comes from Rafael Vassallo's latest blog under the heading "If you want to ‘Occupy Castille’... win an election" Here goes: "There is, after all, a perfectly legitimate way to ‘Occupy Castille’, for those who wish to do so. It’s called ‘democracy’; and while our own electoral system may be complicated in the detail, on the surface it’s fairly straightforward. If you want to occupy the seat of government... you form a party, contest an election, and win"

31/10/2017

Alex Grima

Alex Grima

"I think this is inevitable in any society." That's why what we need to do is to radically decentralise powers. If a country is centrally controlled, it can be centrally subverted and that what has happened to Malta. Those who subverted our country take turns at ruling it and give us the illusion of a vote for, as you well say, "different tastes". PL-PN Like Pepsi and Coke. Both leading to diabetes and death if uncontrolled. The two-party system is broken. We need radical bottom-up change.

30/10/2017

Joseph Pavia

Joseph Pavia

Alex, not one country on Earth is Utopia. Appreciate that we are no different. Each Party has crooks in its midst whether they like it or not. My experience with people throughout my life, and this ever since my childhood, is that anywhere I have been I met shady and sinister characters. I think this is inevitable in any society. The bigger the society the bigger the number of crooks. As a people, we are not divided between the good citizens and crooks. Crooks are warts in a society and like warts, you may get rid of one but two will grow somewhere else. As citizens, we are divided because of diverse opinions. All we need is to respect each other and recognize that we all have different tastes.

30/10/2017

Alex Grima

Alex Grima

When I say we are not one people, I am saying the Nation is divided. Do you disagree? And I'm saying it is divided between ordinary people and crooks. Do you disagree? I consider myself one of the ordinary people and I won't unite with crooks.

30/10/2017

Joseph Pavia

Joseph Pavia

I will give it a rest if you consider us as not one people. When we say the people that means all the Maltese citizens who make up this Nation. By the people here it is surely not meant those who feel that they can use any excuse or occasion to bash the governments they hate. Or those who each week religiously go to hear Muscat's talks.

30/10/2017

Alex Grima

Alex Grima

No we are NOT one people, Joseph Pavia. There are people who want to see the PLPN status quo go on because they benefit directly in some way. That must be the "One People" you refer to: the I'm In Taghna Lkollers Panama New Way L'Aqwa Zmien Ghall-Politikanti. Then there is a quickly-growing number of people who are sick and tired of the political class destroying our country, sending their bribes to offshore accounts and announcing press conferences when they throw two-cent scraps to the public. This group of people have put up with the situation for a long time. But a certain explosion woke them up. Beware of their fury!

29/10/2017

Joseph Pavia

Joseph Pavia

We are all One People. No problems as long as the election comes according the rules of our Constitution.

29/10/2017

Alex Grima

Alex Grima

Don't worry. We're the people too. When the time comes, there will be an election.

29/10/2017

Allen Meadows

Allen Meadows

Ignorant puppet

29/10/2017

Joseph Pavia

Joseph Pavia

Only the people can change our politicians and that happens as they choose to change their government when there is a call for an election.. This is the only way it is which is allowed in a western democracy. What is happening in my opinion is that under the guise that the rule of law is not being respected a minority is attacking the majority who already said otherwise. An attack on the majority is an attack on democracy. We cannot continue changing the goal posts and the rule of thee game just because these do not fit the agenda of a few who hid behind the Church, the PN and any tragedy that hits Malta; hiding behind all these together whenever we have a Labour government.

29/10/2017

Rahhal Malti

Rahhal Malti

That’s your take. I think otherwise.

29/10/2017

Xandru.Gee

Xandru.Gee

Amoeba is a one cell living organism, it functions perfectly

29/10/2017

Xandru.Gee

Xandru.Gee

I've never seen one so Ican't tell

29/10/2017

Xandru.Gee

Xandru.Gee

...my wife and colleagues can vouch I'm no male chauvinist pig.

29/10/2017

Xandru.Gee

Xandru.Gee

Shakespeare is a poet and play writer who like somebody we knew had to make a living out of it.

29/10/2017

Xandru.Gee

Xandru.Gee

It's a convenient way by evil doers to voice their evil.

29/10/2017

Ramon Garcia

Ramon Garcia

Ahjar the government prepared the surf boards. The great escape.

29/10/2017

Ramon Garcia

Ramon Garcia

Falsity everywhere. Especially in government.

29/10/2017

Alex Grima

Alex Grima

No revolution. Revolutions just replace one dictator with another. What we need is a revolutionary change. Those politicians who don't understand the need for change in our terminally sick country will eventually become the minority and will eliminate themselves. Whether they are the ones you mentioned, or others, or the whole political class will depend on them as much as on the people. Delia promised a new way but he is just like Joseph Muscat. We are going to show them both what a new way really means. People are waking up and realising what others have said for years that we have reached tipping point. This can't go on. Listen to the speeches this afternoon.

29/10/2017

joe mifsud

joe mifsud

What a lot of hot air

29/10/2017

Ab Er

Ab Er

Min min hu maghmul dan it-taparsi OCCUPY JUSTICE?dan il-grupp maghmul min erba tal-PN li jridu jqazzu kulma hawn u jippruvaw ifixklu it-tmexxija u il-gid tal-pajjiz,ara ma tiehdu xi cmajra ta u oqoghdu attenti li ma jttajarkomx ir-rih,komplu dahqu

29/10/2017

Joseph Pavia

Joseph Pavia

We remained a democracy and a member state of the EU. What are you suggesting? A revolution to elimlnate Muscat, Delia, Mizzi, Schembri, Cutajar, Grech and Curmi in the process? And this is merited because some people refuse to be governed by a Labour government? Because this is the whole crux of our national problem. Come on now! Is this what we really need so that our lives go on back to the normal times under PN? Twice the majority refused that overwhelmingly!

29/10/2017

Rahhal Malti

Rahhal Malti

U Ejja iddahakx ! L-intenzjoni kienet ovvja !

29/10/2017

Rahhal Malti

Rahhal Malti

No I mean false prophets predicting tsunamis. No doubt about false politicians either.

29/10/2017

Laura Attard

Laura Attard

That's freedom of speech remember

29/10/2017

Arbitru

Arbitru

Ipprepara s-surf board mela!!!!

29/10/2017

Alex Grima

Alex Grima

Life goes on... but in a completely different direction. It's the only advantage of stopping in your tracks: you get to take stock and decide that you don't like where you were going before. If you don't like where they were taking you, the change has to be radical.

28/10/2017

Joseph Pavia

Joseph Pavia

Yes it did on that black Monday. Many, myself for one were shocked. But now, two weeks on, only some politically motivated people still want to milk the dreadful episode dry for all its worth. A few may really be doing it for DCG. But I am sure that most of those who join in the protests are doing so because it is a golden chance to bash the PL government they hate or that they cannot stand. The truth is that life goes on. It always does whatever happens.

28/10/2017

Ronald Jump

Ronald Jump

#frustrationandenvynolimits

28/10/2017

chal cachia

chal cachia

Issa minhabba toni qieghdin quddiem kastilja? Jafu x'inhuma jaghmlu? Balla naz imdejqin hatfu c-cans ghal naqra picnic!

28/10/2017

Ond Aym Mill

Ond Aym Mill

Iktar nahseb li int gahan jew missieru ghax qazziztu lil kullhadd

28/10/2017

Alex Grima

Alex Grima

Malta has really stopped in its tracks. Just that most people have not noticed yet. Inertia and all that.

28/10/2017

M. Buttigieg

M. Buttigieg

Ha!Ha!Ha! ......

28/10/2017

M. Buttigieg

M. Buttigieg

Better help the PN with their woes.

28/10/2017

Galeforce

Galeforce

"All that is needed for evil to prosper is for good men and women to be silent.'' ....or silenced by a hit , as was the case with the brave journalist.

28/10/2017

Galeforce

Galeforce

"The evil that man do lives after them. The good is often interred with their bones''. "We'' , all know that. Shakespeare is not your forte methinks.

28/10/2017

Galeforce

Galeforce

And you deserve to be appointed as minister of women's rights in Saudi Arabia.

28/10/2017

Galeforce

Galeforce

In your dreams you mysogenist.

28/10/2017

Galeforce

Galeforce

Ah, prosethalizing in the name of ''the people'', eh?That's pretty pretentious of you. Too bad for your ego that ''unruly'' women do not get burnt at the stake for witch craft. Though, they might face a worse plight, as the late journalist found out.

28/10/2017

Galeforce

Galeforce

#paranoidinferioritycomplex

28/10/2017

Galeforce

Galeforce

You scared of ghosts or what?

28/10/2017

Galeforce

Galeforce

Better then an amoeba brain like you anyday.

28/10/2017

cracker

cracker

Some people are born and die overestimating their own ability and importance to the end.

28/10/2017

Ramon Garcia

Ramon Garcia

Jekk irridek. Qisek bajtra chilled u relaxed.

28/10/2017

George Azzopardi

George Azzopardi

Keep on camping .. next film coming up starring Simple Simon undercover!!! U leee!!!

28/10/2017

George Azzopardi

George Azzopardi

well said!!!

28/10/2017