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« on: November 17, 2016, 09:52:36 PM »

http://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20161117/local/patriotti-maltin-to-contest-the-general-election.631316


Thursday, November 17, 2016, 20:42

Patriotti Maltin to contest the general election

Moviment Patriotti Maltin is seeking candidates to contest the general election after having been registered as a political party by the Electoral Commission.
That would make it the fifth political party expected to contest the 2018 election, along with the PL, the PN, AD, and the Partit Demokratiku.

Set up in 2014, the movement has held a series of public protests over migration and what it described as forced integration, drawing complaints of racism and xenophobia
The movement suffered embarrassment in October last when its leader on Xarabank admitted he did not know the words to the Maltese national anthem.
In January the movement held a protest in Msida to protest against Muslims praying in the open air and distributed pork sandwiches to protesters.
In October, Stephen Florian, a university lecturer and a senior official of the movement apologised after putting up a Facebook post saying it was time to out Alex Caruana as a transgender after he "photo-mobbed" the anti-migrant group at a manifestation.

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This is good news and We of Imperium Europa and Viva Malta, wish MPM success in the coming Elections.
On our part, We of IE will be contesting the MEP Elections and join our friends in Brussels.
Together, We will change this "Schultz" EU into Nova Europa.



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« Reply #1 on: November 17, 2016, 10:01:34 PM »

http://www.independent.com.mt/articles/2016-11-17/local-news/Moviment-Patrijotti-Maltin-to-contest-next-general-election-6736166757


Moviment Patrijotti Maltin to contest next general election


The Moviment Patrijotti Maltin will be contesting the next general election, a statement announced this evening.

The movement said it has been officially registered and acknowledged by the Electoral Commission.

Moviment Patrijotti Maltin said it is recruiting candidates and will be contesting the forthcoming general elections.

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We of IE and VM do not mind if any of our Adherents enroll with MPM - and even contest the Election with them.
There are some divergences of course, but on the crucial issue of Illegal Immigration, we are Four Square with them.
We wish MPM every success and urge our followers to vote for them.



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« Reply #2 on: November 18, 2016, 11:24:14 AM »

We urged Moviment Patriotti Maltin to get their act together and contest the coming Elections 2 years ago.
We of IE & VM are glad they have finally crossed the Rubicon - and We wish them every success.
Of course the Zionist Media will vilify them, denigrate them, as did the ToM - but they must persevere.

Donald Trump, with the Jewish Media against him, with his own Republican Party against him, proved that:
One Man Alone with the determination, the Will and a burning sense of mission: can move mountains.
We of Imperium Europa and Viva Malta and MPM will win together - in Malta and in Brussels.

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« Reply #3 on: February 05, 2017, 04:21:54 PM »

http://www.independent.com.mt/articles/2017-02-05/local-news/Moviment-Patrijotti-Maltin-Malta-and-the-Maltese-first-6736169986


Moviment Patrijotti Maltin: Malta and the Maltese first (part 1)
Julian BonniciSunday, 5 February 2017, 08:30Last update: about 7 hours ago

Moviment Patrijotti Maltin first entered the public conscience controversially as a pressure group dedicated to protecting what they call ‘Maltese values’ when it organised a protest in Msida against integration. A year on, the group has transformed itself into a political party and is ready to contest next year’s general election. The Malta Independent spoke to the party’s leader, Henry Battistino, about his views.

How would you describe the party?

It stands for the Maltese – Maltese first. Unfortunately, the political parties have forgotten the population and have adopted unbridled liberalism. Now there has been a rebellion against the last 40 years of liberalism. It is out of control and people are fed up, not just the Maltese, but the whole western world knows that something is wrong.

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When the Berlin Wall fell we were given a lot of promises that the world would change for the better, that there would be enormous progress which would benefit everyone. We were told communism was evil, and that evil was dead. We knew that capitalism had its bad points, but we felt it was going to improve everyone’s lives.

But when globalisation started happening, the doors were open with countries where the rights of the worker and the people are not respected, and this had an effect on the whole world. People have noticed that in globalisation the wealth has gone into the hands of 50 people.



The workers in the western world have noticed that they have not fared any better. Their work is no longer dignified, and they work with people who do not respect their rights.

Something has got to give and it has got to give now. There are large movements around the world, and it is useless for people to continue saying that these are racist or Islamophobic movements. This is the reality. People did not just become racist.

If you are a Maltese worker, and you see your work threatened by people willing to work for lower pay, and you see unions allowing this system to continue, you should complain.

Macro-economically, Malta is performing well as a country but the capitalist (even though I own a business, I consider myself self-employed) who has enormous amounts of capital is employing hundreds of thousands of foreigners.

The macroeconomic picture it is showing an improvement, but not at the roots of Maltese society.

The law of supply and demand would say that if the demand for labour is high, then wages should go up dramatically, but all these foreigners ask for lower wages. The higher-ups may say that it is competitive salaries, but there is no parameter for measuring competitiveness, it is just a tool to keep the worker in place.



Pay and housing are the most important things for the worker. Housing has also been affected by the number of foreigners in the country. Prices have gone up and we are told it is because of supply and demand. People now pay €600 or €700 a month. This is a symptom of the smallest country in the world being grossly overpopulated.

We are offering solutions, one of them is that the minimum wage has to be increased to €9.05 an hour and where rent is concerned, we would introduce subsidies on flats with rent between €250 and €550. For a Maltese family, a fair rent should be €250. Even those on normal wages cannot afford to pay the rent. The movement is convinced that if Maltese people are paid well they will work very well. I mean, at the moment 43 per cent of the country is not economically active.

 

That is mostly the elderly, children and mothers.

Yes it is.

For employers, this may be a shock at first, but this is why we are saying that it will be done over a three-year period. In addition, with the increase in pay, the spending power of the Maltese worker will improve dramatically and so will the domestic economy. The money we give to foreigners goes out of Malta.

What would you say to the recent statistic that shows only 3,000 people are unemployed?

That’s because people have to work, what can they do? I said macro-economically it is looking good but we want a real situation. We are saying that the dignity of the Maltese worker should be fought for.

 

But foreign investment has brought a lot of employment offering high wages, such as the iGaming industry, financial services and the hospitality industry. You are quite right, but you are talking about the upper segment, we are talking about the worker. I understand and support any foreign person who does the jobs that the Maltese are not able to do.

Do you agree that the government has provided incentives for people to pursue careers in these industries?

Yes, the government is providing incentives, but we are talking about a standard of living for the worker. Do you agree that the cost of living is a problem in Malta?

There are a number of unions and parties who are advocating what you are saying.

We were the first and only ones to come out with this budget proposal, and a lot of the media did not report it unfortunately, but we broadcast these proposals three weeks before the budget. They are all based on an economic study conducted by our economists, and it makes sense because the country is becoming frustrated and claustrophobic.

 



You say it makes sense, but the recent subsidies introduced in the rental market, much like the first-time buyers scheme, only resulted in an increase in prices.

Because it was not properly regulated.

How would you regulate it, then?

Some of the Maltese are in a private agreement with their landlord, who does not want to show this for tax or other reasons. These people don’t have a leg to stand on when the landlord decides the price: he just says “take it or leave it.” And the government knows what is going on.

Unfortunately, there are people who are genuinely suffering. They cannot afford to get on the property ladder and young couples with a family are forced to go and live with their parents. These are the issues, and this is what we have to talk about; the corruption in this country is ugly. It didn’t start today, it didn’t start yesterday. It is endemic to the country.

In our electoral manifesto we will talk about corruption, unlike the two main parties who squabble amongst themselves. We have been independent for 63 years, and despite all the corruption cases in those years, not one person has gone to prison. I hate corruption because I know how many people are suffering.

What is your solution?

If the establishment – and both parties are the establishment – are not going to change, and offend one another, and yet not one person has gone to prison? There is something very wrong. Our message is honest politics. People need to ask questions of the current parties. This is why we are called the MLPN. The idea that the parties are different to one another has changed.

The party is in the process of choosing candidates and we have a lot of people who want to run. Obviously, it will be hard but, with courage, we will try: someone has to try.

The country needs a third party, whether it us, or Marlene’s, or AD – the country needs a change from top to bottom. We have completely differing ideologies to those of the mainstream parties and we will never agree. But I want the population to give third parties a chance. If you agree with me, then vote for me, but if you don’t, then give your vote to a third party.

Part 2 of this interview, covering the Party’s controversial views on integration, will be published in tomorrow’s edition of The Malta Independent.

 
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« Reply #4 on: February 07, 2017, 06:31:14 PM »

http://www.maltatoday.com.mt/news/national/74222/archbishop_snubs_the_farright_after_patriots_request_meeting#.WJoCnlUrLIU


Archbishop snubs the far-right after ‘patriots’ request meeting
Far-right party that claims it ‘fights against immigration invasion’ wanted to discuss ‘moral deficit’ with Maltese archbishop



 Malta’s far-right ‘patriots’ grouping – the Moviment Patrijotti Maltin – wanted the blessing of the Archbishop for a spiritual pastor. So Charles Scicluna snubbed the anti-immigration zealots, suggesting they can approach any priest for “the Church’s teaching on social justice”.

Now having registered themselves as a political party, the MPM has complained that Scicluna’s snub had “prevented” it from having an appointed spiritual leader, after it requested a meeting to “discuss the country’s moral and social deficit”.

On his part, Archbishop Scicluna said the doors of the Church would remain open to anyone seeking guidance on the Church’s teaching on social justice, a subtle hint at the MPM to brush up on the Catholic Church’s teaching on the treatment of others such as refugees, migrants and poor.

“While encouraging Christian politicians to practice their faith, it is not the Church’s remit to appoint spiritual directors for a political movement,” the Maltese Curia said.
The MPM were ready to take the sleight to hyperbolic proportions, complaining that their party was being ‘interdicted’ by the Church for “fighting against the invasion of illegal immigrants”, harking back to the 1961 interdiction of Labour politicians.
Archbishop Charles Scicluna had blessed the ‘Phoenix’ vessel used by the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) in Marsa, where he met founders Christopher and Regina Catrambone, and the crew of the vessel and a number of volunteers.
“I only have a few words to share, to leave this to the beauty of the liturgy, especially on this ship, which I baptised as a ‘New Door of Mercy’. The Holy Father has proclaimed ‘A Year of Mercy’ and I strongly believe that this is the ship of mercy,” Scicluna said during the service.
“That is also a door of mercy, it is a door of life, and the Lord blesses that door and whatever you do in saving lives... This is a high point in being human, giving our lives, what we have and who we are, to be companions to other people. May your example be a shining light to all,” he added.


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But how can these genuine, Patriots be so naive!
Seeking "the blessing!" of such a scoundrel, such a Traitor to their Cause.
The Corrupt Catholic Church, is the most Lethal Enemy of our People!

MPM - You don't need these scoundrels - you can do without them.
Be Strong: For the Strong are strongest when alone.
Leave these morbid, moribund bastards well alone!



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« Reply #5 on: February 08, 2017, 12:44:13 PM »

2nd Part of interview reported on Post 4


http://www.independent.com.mt/articles/2017-02-08/local-news/Moviment-Patrijotti-Maltin-Malta-and-the-Maltese-first-Part-2-6736170146


Moviment Patrijotti Maltin: Malta and the Maltese first - (Part 2)

You’ve spoken about your economic policy, but your stance on integration is the cornerstone of the party’s political message, even calling for a referendum against integration - integration with whom?

We are against forced integration. We are a Christian country so when the boats started coming, we helped, like with the Albanians who came before. The only difference is that the Albanians left.
That is why we are calling for the treaty of George Borg Olivier to be re-enacted, since it was drafted with the endemic problems of being a small island taking into account issues like size and population.  This was carried on by Perit Mintoff. If he thought something was rubbish he would have disposed of it. This treaty lasted until four months before we joined the EU and we had to accept that it was removed.

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Because it needed to be replaced by the new EU treaty…
The previous treaty protected the island the way it had to be protected.
When the population chose to join the EU, due to the number of treaties we had to sign, the number of boats steadily increased but the people did not notice straight away. We wanted to help them, but with the condition that they go back.  And they did not go back, and a lot of them are economic migrants.
After Europe began accepting them it became a disaster with massive social problems, and now they’re scared that something will happen.
These people are economic migrants and because they want a better life, they go to another country, which is forced to accept them.  By the way, these people who come know the rules and regulations more than our top lawyers, they are instructed what to do, they know the game exactly, and Europe has realised they taking everyone for a ride

That’s a bit of an overstatement when you consider that migrants come to Malta because of its geographical position and its proximity to North Africa. 60% are asylum seekers, and 30% get relocated.
No, it is not an overstatement. A lot of them are economic migrants. You said the boats stopped.




I said that the boat arrivals have reduced drastically in the last couple of years.
I said two years ago that we shut the door but they were coming through the window, and no one believed us. When the refugee commission issued the latest data that 4,000 came in the last two years claimed asylum, it shows they are coming in by air.

But these are refugees.
No they are not.

But the figures you quoted are the UNHCR’s official figures
They are not refugees, and another aspect you failed to mention is the number of people coming to Malta by catamaran, especially since the Italy deal. They are locked in. Before then they were able to run rampant around Europe.
France closed its borders, Switzerland, and Austria closed too.  Since then Italy’s problems have intensified.
They are coming from Italy and they are African, because Malta is the only place to the south. They are coming for work and they are staying.


Most people are sent back and are given suspended sentences.
But that only happened since Schengen was closed. But when it’s reopened, they will not get caught.
There are Malians who work here, go back to Italy and register there. They are then put in little boxes for rent. The media is missing the idea of our movement, we were demonised as racists. The real people who should be demonized are the people who are exploiting them. There is a problem of exploitation. Has your newspaper exposed any of these stories?

Yes, in the clothing industry specifically.
That was three years ago, that had been going on for 25 years, and that was one-off. There is mass exploitation in a lot of sectors. This is not a realistic situation we should be in. No one is benefitting except those who exploit them.


You talk about demonising the party, but how do expect the media to react when you exhibit overt racist behaviour, as was seen when the party handed out pork sandwiches at a protest?
Oh, fancy eating pork in your own country. That’s disgusting.



You knew and understood the connotations that held.
Do you know that these people were putting their arse to the back of the Catholic Church?

They were praying in the direction of Mecca.
Yes, I know.

So what you’re saying was that it was just a coincidence?
Just as much as it was a coincidence that we were eating pork.

That case was not a coincidence.
How is it racist then? I am in Malta.



So why did you hand out pork sandwiches?
Because that was what was on the menu that day.

The party had stated that it was being done after claims said that children were not able to eat pork at school.
The Parish priest said that.

But Fr Michael Attard said that you “were making a big deal out of nothing”. The head of the school denied these claims, the ministry denied these claims, and parents denied these claims.
People talk to us privately because they’re dead scared of being stigmatised. I had a pork sandwich in my country, when in their country I cannot even make the sign of the cross, I cannot have a Bible or they will arrest me.  You are defending this cult, because I would not even call it a religion.  Have you ever been to Muslim country?

I have. Don’t you think that you are making a general statement considering there are so many Muslims in the world, with varying cultures such as Morocco, UAE and Indonesia?
Do you know what happened in Indonesia with the Christian mayor? Are you equating their democracy to ours? U allura, uwejja!



Then if you’re saying our democracy is better, shouldn’t we show a better way?
No, they have to accept our way. And that is the mistake the media is making.

How are they not accepting our way?
They are different.  The Indian community has been here for a long time and we have integrated with them.

So why are you against integration when you’ve just said it can be achieved?
Because integration has not worked.

You just said it did.
It has not worked anywhere.



What about the second generation Serbians who have also integrated with the community?
This is why I am calling for a population census. Before we can talk properly about the subject we need to have a census.

There are statistics available, which say that 5.9% of the Maltese population is foreign, with only 2.7% being non-EU nationals.
Do you believe these statistics?

These are the official figures from Eurostat and UNHCR.
You have to see with your eyes, not some statistic.

But what you’re saying is viewing something subjectively over objective fact.
How can there be 4,000 Arabs in Malta when we have 55,000 Libyans. Have you been to Sliema?

I live there, and I don’t really understand what you’re talking about.
San Gwann, Msida, Swieqi. You know what Orwell said in 1984, the government, the whole rotten establishment, the one [Donald] Trump is fighting, the last thing they will tell you is don’t see anything with your eyes and don’t believe anything you hear with your ears. And this is what is happening, we are in Malta and everywhere is jam packed with foreigners. Chinese, Serbs and Arabs.

The figure says 5.9%
Keep on saying that. Everyone has eyes, everyone lives with them, and we keep on saying that this invasion is non-existent.



Do you believe that it is ironic that you speak about Donald Trump and 1984 in the same sentence? After the last couple of weeks, he’s exhibited Big Brother-like behaviour with ‘alternative facts’?
Trump does something to the politicians you were brought up with. In Malta we had someone like him, Dom Mintoff. Whatever he said, he would do straight away. He said NATO will go and they went the next day. Trump does what he says. We are so used to having these puerile, treacherous, corrupt leaders that you can’t see what a proper politician does.

So do you agree with banning people from entering the country based on where they are from?
If you love your country, you do it.

But it has worked in America, the country is founded on multiculturalism.
Has it? In Chicago has it worked? In America are they happy? In England are they happy? In France are they happy? It has failed. It has been dumped on us for 40 years.

So why do you think a movement such as yours fails to gather such a large group of members?
We have 27,000 signatures and we are aiming for 34,000. When we get that we will demand a referendum.


Will I be able to look at those signatures, as in previous meetings you have claimed there were 1,000 people when there were only 100.
Yes you can.



The government has recently announced plans to form a national action plan on integration, what would you say to that?
They can chuck it. There is no mandate for it. We wanted to help these people, not to integrate them. When you say integrate, that means granting them citizenship and we do not want citizenship for the illegals. We are Christians so we helped, but now we know what is coming, as what happened to France, to Sweden and to Belgium. We want the Maltese to decide. A referendum is not something the liberals want, as when it does not go their way they complain. Why is it every time a referendum or election does not go their way, the liberals call everyone stupid.  Liberalism is one the wane now. The clock has turned. Every era has an end.

So what are we moving into now?
Realism.

What is realism, racial tensions?
Racial tensions will always be there, and that’s why integration cannot work

What would you say to the many Italian, Chinese, German etc. descendants who live in America and other countries?
Show me where Muslims have become integrated.



All over the world. I mean the French national team of the world cup 1998 were a symbol of integration
So were the bombers. They were third generation French.  Everyone has integrated except them. Unless you accept that the problem of integration in Europe is with Muslims, then we can’t move forward.

We’ll have to disagree.
That’s fine, we are talking about a cult. You may call it a religion.

It’s one of the world’s oldest religions, and its culture has been at the centre of some of the world’s major scientific advancements.
There are 11 different types I think. The scenario is this, we have this religion, which I prefer to call a cult.  It is a fact that 20% of these people support jihadis. Let’s not say jihadis but extremists. They support an extreme form of this cult, the other 80% have had all the time in the world to get their house in order. To give you an example, the hooliganism in English football was stopped by the majority who were not hooligans. A large amount of them are not fundamentalist, but did they manage to put their house in order? No. Either they are not capable or I don’t know.

What are these statistics? You have made a lot of general statements?
They are all over the world, these statistics.

But what about countries like Tunisia, UAE, Qatar and Indonesia?
Tunisia has the largest ISIS community.
Dubai, Qatar and Saudi Arabia are the richest countries in the area, why doesn’t the media instead of attacking us, or Trump, tell them to take one bloody refugee? These are Muslims, they are rich, phenomenally rich, they have the land mass, why don’t they take one?



They should be criticised, but I am interviewing you.

These countries are stable places.

They’re under authoritarian rule.
They are still stable. If you are a war refugee you would go next door. Plus the majority are economic migrants, 8% only are refugees.

Recently the government removed the THP-N, do you agree with it?
What is that?

Temporary Humanitarian Protection (New) is given to a  person who gets rejected as an asylum seeker but cannot return to the homeland through no fault of their own.
Europe and the western world are full of unwanted migrants. Now all of a sudden, Europe has its back to the wall, and by Europe I mean the people benefitting from the riches of the commission. People have realised that the EU is crumbling because the people are fed up with everything. This excessive migration is getting on their nerves. They have decided for repatriation.  If you are telling me we shouldn’t repatriate, they come from countries where there is no war, there are small conflicts but it is safe enough for them to return. In Europe there are issues in Kosovo emerging, it does not mean we are not safe. We believe in the repatriation of economic migrants. We should help the proper refugees.
These positions people are taking, does that mean you want an open border?

Wouldn’t you say they are repatriating now?
It’s because the election is close and Joseph [Muscat] is remembering about the push-back, so he wants to start playing the election game. We have consistently said, you may say we’re consistently wrong, but we’re being proven right, as people are proposing an open border. There has to be a naval blockade from Libya.

The UNHCR has said the number of arrivals by boat has gone down.
Italy’s migrant numbers have doubled. See the statistics that the number of boats arrivals has increased. We have to decide about borders.  They’re not going to return. Look at Libya, they’ve bombed it all to hell.

There is hope that it could stabilise, people had thought Yugoslavia would never recover.
That is different. Libya was made of tribes. Are we going to be back here in three years’ time and talk about the same things?



It seems to me that the party is anti-EU.
We are very eurosceptic, but one of the objectives is that we have is to renegotiate the EU Treaty.


Would you agree that Malta has benefitted tremendously under EU membership? We will have been given €2 billion worth of funds by 2020.
Mela, we’re prostitutes. What are funds? What is money?

They’ve gone towards infrastructure, social mobility, hospitals (the new oncology centre was 80% EU funded). Before EU membership Malta was still considered to be a developing nation.
All in all let’s say we benefitted money-wise, even though I don’t agree. Young people like you rely on the EU because you have been fed this dogma that everything good we’ve achieved is because of the EU.

When we became independent and the English left in 1979, they thought we would starve but we managed, out of our own good work, to achieve success.  Malta had built everything, our airlines, our banks, which are now all owned by foreigners. Malta was doing very well, the workers built their own houses. How many build their own houses now?
Malta could have used the EU to better itself but this is not the pact we signed up to. We are no longer Maltese, but EU citizens. The country had to accept rules it did not need. And the worst thing of all is that Malta has become grossly overpopulated.
Borg Olivier was supportive of the EEC but still refused to join. Because of our proximity to Italy, he was scared that they would come. Everyone made fun, but look where we are now. We have ended up the rubbish dump of Europe. There are good people but ask the residents of St Paul’s Bay, Marsa, San Gwann. We are in this situation because we had to sign on to the Schengen [agreement].


What would you say to the many Maltese people studying and working abroad?
Is this new? I went abroad, my friends did. Should you sell your country for these things?

You say people are fed up with EU but we have one of the highest approval ratings for the EU.
Did I say I wanted to leave?  First of all by the time I would actually say that we leave completely, it would have crashed because signs are that way. It is clear in our manifesto that we are eurosceptic, because events show us that we are right, we are very eurosceptic. But we will not call for a referendum because not one Member of Parliament is saying we should get out. It would be illogical and stupid. We should renegotiate.

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Very good Mr Battistino.
The real Nationalist Party is emerging.
MPM deserves our support and our vote.



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« Reply #6 on: February 23, 2017, 10:19:40 AM »

http://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20170223/letters/Of-nationalism.640448


Thursday, February 23, 2017, 06:02

by Henry Battistino, leader, Moviment Patrijotti Maltin, Valletta
Of nationalism


I refer to the editorial, ‘Dawn of the new Nationalist’ (February 15).
I am intrigued as to how this newspaper could possibly call the present-day PN a “new Nationalist party”.
A truly Nationalist party would, above all else, secure our borders against illegal immigration and insist on deporting all economic migrants back to their country of origin without delay.
As I recall, the PN was most strident in opposing pushbacks and went scurrying to Brussels to cause as much trouble as it could for the government to prevent the pushbacks from taking place. It succeeded, much to the detriment of the indigenous Maltese people.
When Times of Malta compares the nationalism of the PN under George Borg Olivier to that under Simon Busuttil, the use of the word ‘nationalist’ to describe the philosophy of the ‘new’ party is somewhat oxymoronic.

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Trust the zio-ToM to describe the PN as a "new Nationalist party" - it is nothing of the sort.
The PN is a tired party, rudderless and lost - a party that betrayed its origins and its most loyal members.
The PN is like a bar of soap in water, slowly melting away into nothingness.

When We of Imperium Europa, warned the PN of its impending doom, should a true Nationalist Party emerge - they did nothing.
Such short-sight, such inertia! - They should have rushed to accept and absorb MPM.
Now it is too late and the die is cast - all to the benefit of the Squalids.

Feelers will no doubt be sent out in order to entice the MPM to disband, dilute and destroy them.
MPM must resolutely refuse such overtures - they will be betrayed anyway, by these ingrained, Jesuit trained hypocrites.
MPM should pursue their path and gain new strength from genuine Labourites and true Nationalists.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=osJgirdkI9w
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gHvs0bc-4iM&feature=youtu.be


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« Reply #7 on: May 21, 2017, 08:11:28 PM »

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZ8VzdFmh_w


Simon Busuttil Purċinell

(A must watch)



  The sheer hypocrisy of the Christian Hypocrites.
Doesn't the PN Leader remember the MEP Elections when all PN Candidates perjured themselves, broke Election Laws by overspending?
And the AG (dak il-Gabillot liebes l-ingravata), simply ignored two Judicial Protests signed by Dr Emmy Bezzina and Norman Lowell.

Did Simon Busuttil protest back then?  Did he invoke the ideal of Fairness?
Did L-Ixkupa Immarinata ul Boccu, the Liberal champions, utter a word?
Did the Zionist ToM or indeed, any other paper mention this? Break a lance in favour of real Democracy and fair play?

YOU HYPOCRITES!


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« Reply #8 on: May 21, 2017, 09:54:03 PM »

http://www.maltatoday.com.mt/news/election-2017/77423/pns_former_international_secretary_urges_country_to_vote_for_joseph_muscat#.WSHvCOt97IU


 PN’s former international secretary urges country to vote for Joseph Muscat
Lawyer John Bonello, who for years served within the Nationalist party’s executive, urges electorate to vote PL: ‘Busuttil’s party is much worse than Gonzi’s. Instead of renewing the party, Busuttil opted for a divisive mentality’



A former member of the Nationalist Party’s executive turned up at the Labour mass meeting in Mqabba to urge the electorate to vote for Labour leader Joseph Muscat....


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This is what happens to an army that has no Commander in Chief!



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« Reply #9 on: May 22, 2017, 08:23:11 PM »

http://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20170522/local/pn-promises-one-time-grant-for-young-people-to-visit-an-eu-country.648712


 Monday, May 22, 2017, 15:54

PN promises one-time grant for young people to visit an EU country


A future Nationalist government will give every youth between the age of 18 and 21 a one-time grant to be used to visit any EU country of his choice..


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 Desperate times, demand desperate measures!
Can the PN be more ridiculous than this?
Giving away freebies - Ja Purcinelli!



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