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DevilsAdvocate

DevilsAdvocate

Hope he gets prosecuted big style, what a loser!

16/09/2017

Trog05

Trog05

thabo mbheki People like that are cowards and bullies. I have absolutely no doubt that he would've behaved very differently if Mike Tyson got out of that Range Rover. When he saw it was an old man who couldn't hurt him, he felt safe to release his rage. Dumb fckr.

15/09/2017

wateva1

wateva1

what a dumb *&^%* ass he is ....I pity people like that

15/09/2017

fusion01

fusion01

There you have it folk, felafels are EVIL. thabo

18/09/2017

Angus Black

Angus Black

Stay that way in the coming weeks. Maybe you can still enjoy the Christmas holidays unlike some of your friends who are undergoing criminal investigations.

29/10/2017

Allen Meadows

Allen Meadows

Omg! The stoneage puppet is speaking again!

29/10/2017

Xandru.Gee

Xandru.Gee

Who said I'm not cool. Cooler than you mate

29/10/2017

Joachim Mifsud

Joachim Mifsud

Good News for many that PL won the elections but to the contrary it was bad news for Onor Mons.Scicluna

29/10/2017

mario mifsud

mario mifsud

The division within the PN and the opposition reflects the division within the Catholic Church since the Vatican under Pope Francis has accepted the truth of Marxism.The Conservatives assume that there will be a great upheaval within the Catholic Church in the very near future that will distance the Church from Marxism so that they may re- assume their " just and natural role" in proclaiming the Good News.

29/10/2017

John Borg (bkr)

John Borg (bkr)

Hass ma bass, FPDISQ. Gonzi was voted out by the electorate; Delia runs the risk of being stripped of a Constitutional post by a cabal that will not go away

28/10/2017

Angus Black

Angus Black

Hehehe... you talk about steam? I suspect that a few on your side of the stable will, in a few weeks time, have steam coming out of every orifice in their bodies! I'm cool, dude!

28/10/2017

Angus Black

Angus Black

You and Gee are the typical classy Lejber trolls! Enjoy your filth.

28/10/2017

Angus Black

Angus Black

I wasn't answering to YOUR stupidity.

28/10/2017

Joachim Mifsud

Joachim Mifsud

mbheki Somebody exclaimed that the bells are ringing loudly but Dr Delia instantly answered yes the bells are anticipating Christmas instantly the other exclaimed yes but before Christmas there is All Souls day.

28/10/2017

FP@DISQUS

FP@DISQUS

I imagine you must have a 10-foot high painting of yourself in a hall somewhere in your house. You must admire yourself so. You must think Plato has nothing on you. You must think that every time you open your mouth, nothing but philosophical genius pours out. Take it from me. When you open your mouth, nothing but crap pours out. Now you're trying your hand at correcting my spelling? You're truly one pitiful person, J.J Attard. You must be the only dumb ass on this planet (for there are a lot of dumb asses around, but none as stupid as you are) who is not aware of the coexistence of the British and American spelling of words which end in -our. You must be sick in the head to think that you can correct my spelling (which clearly is already correct) when your own spelling is atrocious. Go get an education, J.J Attard.

28/10/2017

Mr Les Bonbons III

Mr Les Bonbons III

What was the other choice ? Chris Said who has almost zero charisma and who is associated with the previous two defeats ? Adrian Delia is not perfect but he isn't even being given a chance because of the relentless attacks, some which are subtle and some which are very obvious coming from the Chris Said camp. Delia won, he is the leader chosen by the majority of PN members and they should either accept it or leave. Its pointless and harmful not only to the Delia or the PN but to democracy to remain bickering.

28/10/2017

J.J Attard

J.J Attard

Calm down, you need anger management big time. Your character is coming out and it is horrible. Your behavior defines your boy!

28/10/2017

J.J Attard

J.J Attard

Sir, you think that by your vile characterization of my commentary you have made your point. On the contrary you have painted a terrible picture of your character. It streams out with impunity. Using your measure. How do you justify such a ridiculous argument. "The fact that you have to state anything about your behaviour(sic) behavior instead of letting your behaviour(sic) behavior speak for itself speaks volumes." here is your behavior, "It was about time that someone took you to task and forced your face towards the ceiling so that when you spit, you get to feel your own unpleasantness on your own face." Objectivity calls out for one measure of the truth and not two measures. You have failed again one more time to be clear in your thinking. It is common for you to muddle up the picture and decide on some general remark

28/10/2017

FP@DISQUS

FP@DISQUS

So you're pissed off at those who are pissed off? What you're failing to acknowledge is that Delia does not have enough support to continue to lead the party and the opposition. The "outsider" formula simply did not work and it's pointless now to try and go out of your way to ram it down everyone's throat. Add to that the fact that he's proving to be an easy target for the PL every time he opens his mouth, and it shouldn't take a genius to understand that however much you want your man to be leader, the reason for existence of any political party is to win elections, and this situation is making the party hemorrhage votes by the hundreds.

28/10/2017

FP@DISQUS

FP@DISQUS

What problems?

28/10/2017

FP@DISQUS

FP@DISQUS

Having your government's budget voted down IS losing a vote of confidence. Maybe if you named the leaders you have in mind, I'd be able to comment.

28/10/2017

FP@DISQUS

FP@DISQUS

Are you oblivious to what's going on around you? Have you not been reading the PL statements in response to the PN's whenever the PN criticises the government? Are you completely unaware of the fact that Delia cannot open his mouth without the PL shooting him down every time? Is it possible that you are ignoring the fact that Delia has no credibility whatsoever? For example, how would you expect Labour to respond when Delia places the blame for the abysmal state of the rule of law which led to Caruana Galizia's assassination squarely at the government's feet when he himself joined the PL in demonising her and called her a "bicca blogger"? If you want to enjoy a party led by someone who has zero credibility, you're welcome to it. I'm sorry but masochism is not my thing. I've actively supported the PN since my teen years, but with Delia at the helm, I'm out. You may very well rejoice and shout "good riddance", but that would be acting against the party's interest: that of garnering all the support it can muster to achieve the ultimate aim of being elected to government to implement its policies. And after two defeats at the polls like the ones we've had, the party bloody well needs every vote it can get. No, the dissenting MPs are not traitors. Instead of acting like a herd of rams challenging a concrete wall regardless of the fact that they are being ridiculed every time they open their mouth because of the party leader's baggage, they are standing up to change the impossible situation that the party is in. The popularity contest that was introduced for the first time in this election was a good move, because ultimately a leader has to appeal to the general population. I put the blame for the current situation in the councillors' laps for failing to understand that you simply cannot have a leader with that kind of baggage which would certainly make him a sitting duck every time he opens his mouth; Delia should never have made it to the final round. What did they expect? That Labour was going to hold back the punches and not bury him and the party with him at every opportunity? Because he's better looking than the rest? Because he's got a better voice? Because he's an "outsider"? Nice going, there, councillors. Looking forward to your next brilliant move.

28/10/2017

Francis Zarb Adami

Francis Zarb Adami

Which leader did not perform in your opinion? The one who changed the country into a blooming economy in a few years, or the leader who has been barely a month in power? Also i don't remember Gonzi losing a vote of confidence.

28/10/2017

Francis Zarb Adami

Francis Zarb Adami

It seems like many people within the PN do not support the democratic process whereby leaders are elected by a majority.

28/10/2017

Mr Les Bonbons III

Mr Les Bonbons III

The dissenting MPs are traitors for going against their leader and against the democratic will of the majority who voted for him.

28/10/2017

Mr Les Bonbons III

Mr Les Bonbons III

No, he has not been given a chance. From DAY 1 the moaners who supported Chris Said starting causing problems.

28/10/2017

Mr Les Bonbons III

Mr Les Bonbons III

How do you expect Delia to perform with a bunch of moaners who are still pissed off that their hero Chris Said was not elected constantly trying to undermine him ?

28/10/2017

Mr Les Bonbons III

Mr Les Bonbons III

Delia does not own anyone any confidence vote. He should just see who is loyal and who is not and the latter should be expelled.

28/10/2017

Jane Sultana

Jane Sultana

Skond Simon il-PN għandhom iktar minn 23,000 tesserat Skond il-PN ġabru l-vot 15,527 tesserat Skond il-PN ivvutaw 14,735 tesserat Mela 792 ma vvutawx (differenza bejn il-voti li nġabru u dawk li vvutaw) Skond il-PL 8,000 ma ġabrux il-vot la suppost kellhom fuq 23,000 tesserat Mela minn iktar minn 23,000 tesserat dawk li ma ġabrux il-vot kienu 36% Mela minn iktar minn 23,000 tesserat ivvutaw biss 64% Adrian Delia kiseb 7,734 vot li jiġu 52.48% jew għad-dritt 52.5% ta’ dawk li vvutaw Mela jekk ivvutaw 64% tat-tesserati, Adrian Delia ġab 52.5% ta’ 64% li jiġu 33.6% tat-tesserati Ejja nkompli naraw it-taħwid tal-PN. Skond il-PN :- Ġabru l-vot 15,527 Ivvutaw 14,735 Tal-PN qalu li ivvutaw 95% ta’ dawk li ġabru l-vot Fil-verita’ ivvutaw skond l-istess PN 6,100 ivvutaw fuq il-Fosos 6,100 Ivvutaw fl-MFCC 5,200 Ivvutaw f’Għawdex 0,800 Ivvutaw votazzjoni bikrija 2,595 Total 14,695 Qalu li vvutaw 14,735 Differenza ta’ 40 vot Adrian Delia kiseb 7,734 vot Chris Said kiseb 6932 vot Total 14,666 vot Skond il-PN ivvutaw 14,735 vot Differenza ta’ 000,69 vot Tgħid kienu invalidi jew taħwida oħra? Imma kif tal-PN anqas f’sempliċi għadd ta’ voti ma huma kapaċi jaqblu? Mur afdahom bit-tmexxija ta’ pajjiżna meta anqas fuq ftit eluf ta’ voti ma jaqblu!!!!!!!!

28/10/2017

Jane Sultana

Jane Sultana

CHICKEN

28/10/2017

Joe Busuttil

Joe Busuttil

Not the same kind of baggage that Delia has. Anyway, if what you wrote about Corbyn is true (did not have the time to check it out ) then he must be a horrible little man

28/10/2017

Anthony DeGiovanni

Anthony DeGiovanni

FP@DISQUS your contribution is to say the least perplexing. A vote of no confidence from the PN Parliamentary group is a constitutional matter. A vote of confidence by the tesserati of the PN is a purely political matter. A mismatch between one and the other is a PN statute matter. Hence this is a crisis that if not resolved will bring a democratic vacuum and disruption. The country cannot afford a democratic vacuum anywhere and that includes the opposition. Somehow its seems there is a Nero who is planning to burn Rome

28/10/2017

mario mifsud

mario mifsud

If you are looking for a replica, of course you will not find one. Corbyn although he was an MP for many years was an outsider to the power elite , so much so that Tony Blair advised party members against Corbyn , telling them to go for a heart transplant if they thought of voting Corbyn. Delia although , not an MP has been a life-long PN activist and his wife is a well-known community activist. I agree with you that Simon should have done what Gonzi did after the 2013 defeat. I have already written several times that a split in the PN is very much possible. In its history the PN was split in 2 parties on more than 1 occasion and this may happen again. They have held together in the last 40 years . If the PN split, the PL will win and will impose third-worldist policies , that were the policies of Dom Mintoff. Alfred Pisani of the Corinthia group has already said that Malta should aim to become the Singapore of the Mediterranean. That's why the PN should keep together if they want the Fenech Adami- Demarco achievement of succeeding to make Malta an EU member, become a permanent state of affairs. The anti-Muscat campaign is a campaign for Europe, don't forget.

28/10/2017

Carlo mancini

Carlo mancini

I see. What you make sense even if Adrian Delia was as an outsider from all the candidates for the leadership. Corbyn has been a MP for 33-34 years, Delia have not been for 33 days. Simon Busutill should have done what Dr. Gonzi did after the 2013 defeat. The PN, not only the MPs but delegates councillors and so on seem to be split by a faction that are EPP clones and the rest. I watched Xarabank too. I was taken back too by the way Manuel Delia spoke about the Party Leader. It will take time to get every one on the same band wagon. if Adrian Delia is forced out the Nationalist Party is history. If the Italian Democrazia Cristiana, the party that ruled Italy almost from 1947 till 1993 finished, than any political party can disappear.

28/10/2017

FP@DISQUS

FP@DISQUS

Jekk trid partit bla halq għax kull darba li jiftħu jsib il-partit oppost jagħlaqulu billi jwaqqgħu għaċ-ċajt minħabba l-passat tal-kap tiegħu, nistiednek iżżommu, u f'dak il-każ forsi jkun jixraq li l-partit ibiddel ismu għal Partit tal-Mażokisti.

28/10/2017

FP@DISQUS

FP@DISQUS

Which facts have I twisted?

28/10/2017

FP@DISQUS

FP@DISQUS

Pathetic. I know you're not used to people standing up to you and your fakery. Tough. Clearly you can't stand the heat and you're seeking refuge under your colleagues' apron. Maybe it's time you got out of the kitchen.

28/10/2017

FP@DISQUS

FP@DISQUS

And Delia has. If you're constantly a sitting duck for a month, staying on for five years will only make you a sitting duck for five years.

28/10/2017

Franco Attard Trevisan

Franco Attard Trevisan

"If you don't perform, you're out." ... whilst I totally agree with that, I feel one has to first be given the chance to perform and then get judged accordingly

28/10/2017

mario mifsud

mario mifsud

I myself lived in England for some time in my youth and would agree that UK politics are different from Maltese politics but that is not the point. The point is that an outsider who is opposed on all sides from the front bench may still make it. The party members of the Nationalist Party chose Adrian Delia and he is being opposed root and branch by members of the front bench. Yesterday on Xarabank, Manuel Delia spoke in such a determined way against Adrian Delia that even Peppi Azzopardi was bewildered. Manuel Delia was easily shot down by the Labour speakers on the panel because of Arriva and Manuel Delia's connections to Austin Gatt. So in order for a leader of the PN to make it , he must not be associated to Austin Gatt and the last 10 years of Gonzi-Busuttil politics. Adrian Delia fits the bill but he is being opposed on the basis of one or several customers of his past legal practice. This is not on,since Adrian Delia is bound by professional secrecy not to divulge publicly his past customers' affairs although he is willing to provide any enquiring journalist with the details of any case s/he wishes to investigate.

28/10/2017

Jocar

Jocar

Yes, by the Constitution.

28/10/2017

FP@DISQUS

FP@DISQUS

"I just want to make one point clear. In all my commentary it is not about the person on the other side. It is about his or her ideas." You don't make that point clear by stating it. You make that point clear in your behaviour, and your behaviour paints an entirely different picture to your "commentary" not being about the other person. The fact that you have to state anything about your behaviour instead of letting your behaviour speak for itself speaks volumes. There's a limit on the abuse? Now you know how the persons on the other end of your "arguments" feel. It was about time that someone took you to task and forced your face towards the ceiling so that when you spit, you get to feel your own unpleasantness on your own face. Truth hurts sometimes, and it was high time that you got a good dose of it.

28/10/2017

FP@DISQUS

FP@DISQUS

Many were. The polls were clear. Nobody wanted to believe what they were seeing and were actually losing confidence in their work.

28/10/2017

Anthony Grech

Anthony Grech

Huwa stat ta fatt li Delia gie elett bmaggoranza mill kunsilliera u t-tesserati tal-partit li ndenjaw ruhom li jmorru jivvutaw .Dawk li ma marrux ghamlu hekk ghax qatghu jieshom mill partit kif kien immexxi minn Buzuttil (u bir-ragun). Jekk verament nemmnu li HADD MA HU AKBAR MILL-PARTIT bliema dritt qabda xewwiexa jridu li Delia jitnehha? U min hu l-partit jekk mhux t-tesserati li jghoddu l-mijiet jew il-qabda xewwiexa li ghal ghanijiet taghhom iridu jnehhu lill min il-partit ghazel?

28/10/2017

The Alchemist

The Alchemist

Delia?

28/10/2017

The Alchemist

The Alchemist

Are you for real Anna? Haven’t you woken up to smell the coffee.

28/10/2017

Jimmy Ventura

Jimmy Ventura

Is there anyone without any baggage and leadership skills in the PN to replace Deliar.

28/10/2017

The Alchemist

The Alchemist

“there was no need for it as some MPs rally in his defence” Not that there is no need BUT he’s afraid that if he calls a vote of confidence then he will lose it. So he is taking the chance and awaits the Parliamentary Group to make the move - knowing that some of them will be afraid to come in the open.

28/10/2017

Carlo mancini

Carlo mancini

Actually they all do it. Reminds me when as kids at school we used to say: inti bdejt... while in the playground

28/10/2017

Carlo mancini

Carlo mancini

I respectfully disagree. I shared my opinion of comrade Corbyn replying to Joe Busuttil . Mr Corbyn got rid of everyone that opposed him from the front bench new Members from the Momentum group payed £3 to join the Party and elected him, this momentum group is a sort Politburo, slightly well red, communist to the, anti Semitic and hate anything that is not as they see fit. They bullied an MP, Labour MP of Jewish faith last year. Some of them march with the political wing of Hezbolah here in London. Corbyn had the idea of repossessing private property of wealthy people while they are abroad. This man you described as an aspiring Prime Minister as his right hand man or the Shadow Chancellor has Mr John McDonnell. On a debate regarding an Autumn budget at the dispatch box started quoting the little red book of Chairman Mao. Back in 2003 he called for former IRA militants to be ‘honoured’ during an event to remember the death of Terrorist Bobby Sands. He added and I quote: ‘it’s about time we started honouring those people involved in the Armed struggle. It was the bombs and bullets and sacrifice made by the likes of Bobby Sands that brought Britain to the negotiating table.’ My point is please refrain from using UK politics as an example or comparing it to Maltese politics, because it has nothing in common, not by a long chalk.

28/10/2017

Romka

Romka

Exactly, doesn't make sense, anyways to me it doesn't. Maybe FP really wants to see a split in the PN,a break away group with more ministers than the one Delia leaders, kinda makes perfect sense, this new group will be the majority of the two newly split groups, so the main opposition, the PN the minority of the two, which is led by Delia,the PN leader. This is happening in other countries, where the established parties are fading away, a good example is France, even America, where the GOP even had to accept Trump.... Anyway, interesting times ahead , pass the popcorn..

28/10/2017

Jonas Cord Jr.

Jonas Cord Jr.

The same goes for you as regards making your utmost to destabilize Malta. But you are hit by a bout of bad luck as Catalonia would be the prior and main concern for the EU.

28/10/2017

TINA TANA

TINA TANA

And so is Delia - surrounded by the same bunch of incompetents!

28/10/2017

temptamejju

temptamejju

Perpetual licence? He had been there for less than a month!

28/10/2017