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« Reply #20 on: August 23, 2012, 01:48:19 PM »

No no, it can remain where it is - since the first part (Mona Lisa) doesn't fit into Archaeology.
However, when one uploads a video one should briefly comment on it - not just plonk it on.
It would give viewers some inkling as to what it is about.

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« Reply #21 on: August 24, 2012, 02:24:13 AM »

Came across this interesting documentary.

Ancient.X-Files.S02E01.Mona.Lisa.Code.and.the.Bone.Chamber

The Bone Chamber starts at 23:50.

Documentary exploring ancient mysteries, beginning with an alleged code hidden in the Mona Lisa and a look at Malta's Hypogeum monument.

http://www.radiotimes.com/episode/qhnr7/ancient-x-files--series-2---1-mona-lisa-code--the-bone-chamber
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« Reply #22 on: May 04, 2013, 11:24:28 AM »

Malta: an Island Paradise up to the 1950s.
Destroyed, ruined in just 50 years of Independence.
A people unworthy to be the custodian of this Sacred ground.
 
Was at Gnejna bay a few days ago.
Walked on the right side of the bay, towards Ghajn Tuffieha.
Blocks of concrete boat houses, illegally built, right at the water's edge.
 
The ugliness, the insensitivity, the brutality of these brutes.
What Nature took thousands of years to create - they ruined in a week.
Il patrimonio di tutti, diventa il predominio dei pochi.

Malta needs a radical change - a return to harmony with Nature.
Where Righteousness wins, prevails as a matter of course.
Where we will go back to a glorious future: Paradise Gained.
 
An Elite, mercilessly putting the many, all too many, firmly in their place.
Where the selfish "citizen" is whipped savagely, publicly for disfiguring our Land.
Melita: The Honey Isle.

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Was at Gnejna Bay yesterday - what a potential this beautiful bay has - and at practically no cost.
Here is what can be done by this present Govt - in time for this summer.
And what a scoop it would be!

No cars, absolutely no cars onto the sandy beach, beyond the parking area - beach cordoned off.
That aluminium box, kiosk/s shoved onto the left side, the parking area (near the bamboo).
Only chairs and tables allowed, where the present kiosk/s now stand.

Beach cleaned and merged into one, large swimming area of rock and sand.
Clean up, the razing of all illegal boathouses on both left and especially, right side of the bay.
A circular beach of turquoise water, almost as large as Ghadira Bay - only more beautiful.

It can be done in just 30 days.


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« Reply #23 on: September 30, 2016, 10:05:43 AM »

http://www.maltatoday.com.mt/lifestyle/environment/70045/era_objects_to_energy_substation_for_illegal_gnejna_boathouses#.V-4amNR97Mp


ERA objects to energy substation for illegal Gnejna boathouses
The boathouses were built illegally by digging through the soft globigerina limestone or excavating the clay slopes on the sides of the headland


The provision of electricity services by Enemalta to “illegal development” – referring mainly to boathouses in Gnejna – in a Natura 2000 site is of significant environmental concern according to the Environment and Resources Authority.

“The impact of such illegal development on the Natura 2000 site is of significant concern from an environmental point of view and therefore ERA objects in principle to an application mainly intended to serve utility services to these properties,” a memo sent to the Planning Authority by ERA states.
Din l-Art Helwa has also objected to the provision of electricity to the illegal boathouses, arguing that the provision of lighting would create “unrestricted light and noise pollution” and “gives further comfort and permanency to illegal structures”. Nature Trust is also objecting because the proposed trench would cut across protected sand dunes.

The application presented by Enemalta  consists in the  development of a 200-metre trench connecting an electricity feeder located in an existing car park to “nearby properties” at Gnejna.   

The properties in question are boathouses carved in the rock face which are at the receiving end of various planning enforcement orders issued over the past decades, including one covering the whole area issued in 2007.

The enforcement orders issued against the Commissioner of Lands and various landowners in the area are still awaiting action by the Planning Authority.

A spokesperson for Enemalta Corporation confirmed that the planning application was submitted “to consolidate the existing electricity infrastructure in this area of Mgarr” and that the proposed development is required “for additional services the company is being requested to provide in the area.”
But when asked which properties would be benefitting from the development, Enemalta replied that it does not “divulge information about specific customers or applicants requesting its services” and that it “provides electricity services which fulfill the necessary requirements” found in application forms.

One of the requirements mentioned in the application forms is a compliance certificate issued by the Planning Authority.

The boathouses were built illegally by digging through the soft globigerina limestone or excavating the clay slopes on the sides of the headland.

Most of the boathouses are used by part-time fishermen to store fishing equipment.

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These troglodytes, these insensitive brutes have eroded the cliff face - hopefully, one day it will tumble down on their pig-hardheadedness.
Two incompetent Govts, the Squalids and the Hypocrites, legalizing the illegal in their mad rush for votes.   
 Both have destroyed this once Paradise of an Island.

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Il Patrimonio di Tutti - Diventa il Predominio dei Pochi.
Vergogniatevi!
Un governo che fa schifo - addatto proprio a questo Popolo di imbecilli.




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« Reply #24 on: July 08, 2017, 07:43:03 PM »

https://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20170708/local/waste-problems-at-gnejna-bay-are-being-handled.652686


Waste problems at Ġnejna Bay are being handled
Much more waste being generated on the beach

Saturday, July 8, 2017, 19:01

 The sudden increase in waste generated at Ġnejna Bay proved to be too much for the Cleansing Services Directorate to handle.
The directorate’s director, Ramon Deguara, said efforts were being made to clear the beach from all the rubbish.
Residents and people who frequent the popular beach told Times of Malta that a person cleans the beach bins and the actual beach in the morning and puts the rubbish in garbage bags. He lines the beach with the bags and leaves them there for pick up by the Cleansing Services Directorate throughout the day.
Rubbish was being collected late in the afternoon or even in the evening
They said that the rubbish was being collected late in the afternoon or even in the evening, leaving bad odours and eyesores for whoever visits the beach.
They also said that this had been going on for the last two or three weeks now.
Mr Deguara confirmed the information and explained that the matter was in hand.
“Waste collection at Ġnejna Bay is carried out on a daily basis, including weekends and public holidays,” he said.

“The directorate is aware that, in the past two or three weeks, an unpleasant situation has developed also within the context of much more waste being generated on this beach.
“There is full commitment to bring the situation at Ġnejna Bay back to normal in the coming days.”
He added that the Cleansing Directorate and the Mġarr Local Council were in discussions to sort out further cleansing issues.

These include the collection of waste generated by the boathouses in the area. The association of boathouse owners was also involved in the talks.


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« Reply #25 on: July 09, 2017, 04:35:32 PM »

Malta: an Island Paradise up to the 1950s.
Destroyed, ruined in just 50 years of Independence.
A people unworthy to be the custodian of this Sacred ground.
 
Was at Gnejna bay a few days ago.
Walked on the right side of the bay, towards Ghajn Tuffieha.
Blocks of concrete boat houses, illegally built, right at the water's edge.
 
The ugliness, the insensitivity, the brutality of these brutes.
What Nature took thousands of years to create - they ruined in a week.
Il patrimonio di tutti, diventa il predominio dei pochi.

Malta needs a radical change - a return to harmony with Nature.
Where Righteousness wins, prevails as a matter of course.
Where we will go back to a glorious future: Paradise Gained.
 
An Elite, mercilessly putting the many, all too many, firmly in their place.
Where the selfish "citizen" is whipped savagely, publicly for disfiguring our Land.
Melita: The Honey Isle.

Imperium
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------------------------------

Was at Gnejna Bay yesterday - what a potential this beautiful bay has - and at practically no cost.
Here is what can be done by this present Govt - in time for this summer.
And what a scoop it would be!

No cars, absolutely no cars onto the sandy beach, beyond the parking area - beach cordoned off.
That aluminium box, kiosk/s shoved onto the left side, the parking area (near the bamboo).
Only chairs and tables allowed, where the present kiosk/s now stand.

Beach cleaned and merged into one, large swimming area of rock and sand.
Clean up, the razing of all illegal boathouses on both left and especially, right side of the bay.
A circular beach of turquoise water, almost as large as Ghadira Bay - only more beautiful.

It can be done in just 30 days.


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I haven't been to Gnejna bay in years. Imperium, are you telling us that people are parking on the beach again?
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« Reply #26 on: July 22, 2017, 02:34:24 PM »

https://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20170722/local/gangrenous-invasion-of-development-in-odz-must-stop.653847

 Saturday, July 22, 2017, 13:33

'Gangrenous invasion' of development in ODZ must stop
Thursday's vote wiped out 8,000 square metres of ODZ


An NGO has expresses "serious alarm" at the way Outside Development Sprawl is being rubber-stamped by the Planning Authority through various legal loopholes.
Nature Trust - FEE Malta called on the Environment Minister together with the Parliamentary Secretary responsible for the Planning Authority to take active and immediate remedial legal compensatory steps in this regard.  Nature Trust (Malta) also appealed to the Commissioner for Environment and Planning within the Ombudsman Office to air his concerns about this "ongoing unsustainable onslaught".
Over the past few decades, land in ODZ has been systematically wiped off to pave the way for large projects as well as smaller urban sprawl in ODZ when abandoned farmhouses are being converted into plush residences, often including a pool.
"This gangrenous invasion of development in ODZ must be stemmed immediately."...


 The battle for the preservation of the environment was lost in 1967 - under a Nationalist Govt.
The first villas at Wardija for the newly rich, spoiling the skyline.
The ruin of Madliena, Qawra, Sliema front...

Both Christian Hypocrites and Squalid Socialists are to blame - they are alike.
Both at the lowest level of money, money money, greed, rapacious greed.
Both pandering to a Low Quality People, bereft of any sensibility towards Nature.

It is too late to save anything - Malta is ruined and soon to be bankrupt, as the property bubble bursts.
And il-Gahan Malti will be left with empty, concrete buildings, cranes and silent jackhammers strewn everywhere.
Tourism will dwindle to nothing - who wants to visit a dead island surrounded by dead, sewage seas.

Malta can only be saved from Brussels - not this Jewish EU monster, but a Nova Europa.
Where preservation of Nature, the Environment, will have absolute priority.
When We will raze Malta to the ground, tear up roads and spare only those buildings pre-dating 1800.

Where a High Quality People, sieved through a Eugenic Programme, will live in clean, sun powered Arcologies grouped where Mosta now stands.
No Cars, no petrol stations, just bicycles and horses - endemic fauna and flora - A Paradise Island.
Where an underground system will link the outlying old cities: Mdina, Valletta and the three Cities.

http://www.vivamalta.net/VMforum/index.php?topic=11018.msg195378#msg195378
Malta: A Sacred Island destroyed by an unworthy people



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« Reply #27 on: July 24, 2017, 12:43:08 AM »

And just today I was led by concerned Environmentalist individualists to:
L-Ghor lilma limits of Mtahleb.
And lo and behold! - A scene of such splendour, I  had never seen befor.

A setting sun - A sheer cliff, splendid desolation all round - and cart ruts, some deep, some shallow, mysterious:
leading from nowhere to nowhere - exactly as our roads do.
Hills, green valleys, masculine terrain, harsh and unforgiving.

And then the horror!

Over the sheer cliff, just a few yards from an exquisite Cairn:
Rubbish!  Maltese Gahan rubbish - mattresses, furniture, fridges and all sort of modern contraptions.
Yes, this is a Low Quality People, unworthy of this Sacred Island.

Only We, of IMPERIUM EUROPA, can restore this Sacred Island of Melita to its former glory.



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« Reply #28 on: August 02, 2017, 06:06:57 AM »

https://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20170801/local/siggiewi-council-concerned-by-plans-for-large-social-housing.654621


 Tuesday, August 1, 2017, 21:01 by Philip Leone Ganado

Siġġiewi council concerned by plans for large social housing development

The Siġġiewi local council has begun circulating a petition among residents as it ramps up its opposition to plans to increase the size of a new social housing development in the town.
Mayor Alessia Psaila Zammit said high-density projects like this should be developed in areas where they would not be of inconvenience to current residents or cause environmental and planning problems, as well as affecting parking, traffic, infrastructure and cleanliness in the heart of Siġġiewi.
“The local council is not against social projects but has always appealed for the government to address the social sector without carrying out developments that result in new problems for the town.”

The large-scale development will include 84 apartments, sheltered housing units for the elderly and various other facilities.

In all, it will take up 4,000 square metres of vacant agricultural land in a residential area on the edge of the Siġġiewi development zone, on Triq it-Tabib Nikol Zammit, Triq L-Imdina and Triq Dun Manwel Zammit.
The government first applied for a permit for the complex back in 2006, and the Planning Authority eventually gave the go-ahead in 2013 despite objections from the council and residents over the loss of open space as well as the density and disproportionate massing of the building.
Then, earlier this year, the government submitted a new application to increase the number of apartments, reduce two parking spaces and add a substation.
Preparatory works on the site began last week, and a hearing for the amended application is currently scheduled for August 11.
The Siġġiewi council said yesterday it had made several requests to the government to reconsider the project and look at other uses for the public land. The council said it had always been consistent in its position that social projects should take place in areas suitable for such large-scale development and should not negatively impact people who already live in the area.
Residents who have written in to the PA with their own objections have argued that the sudden introduction of so many new families “would overwhelm village life and the quiet residential area”.
They have also argued that the 107 planned parking spaces would in no way be enough to cope with the increased demand, with parking and traffic issues already a major problem in the area.


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100,000 empty properties all over Malta and Gozo - and the mad building rush goes on unabated.
PNPL, two Lesbic Prostitutes both at the lowest level of money, money, money.
Lacking foresight, both are guilty of raping this pristine, paradise Island up to Independence.

Lately was at Xajghra, Malta - another tragedy.
Ribbon development for miles of coastline - horrid, jumble of flats: another Bugibba.
Yes, this is a Low Quality People: unworthy to live on this Sacred Island.



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