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« Reply #10 on: May 29, 2016, 09:03:49 PM »

Sunday, May 29, 2016, 15:09

Sant interviewed: Politics of harmonisation, tax havens and telenovelas

...This is an issue many in the Labour Party’s grassroots are concerned about. They argue the party has become too cosy with big business and lost its socialist roots.
That is not the point. Up to 2008 we were left-centre. Post-2008, for clear electoral reasons, and I agree with them, Labour became centre-left. So it’s centre-left against centre-right. Look at the European Parliament, for instance. There is a coalition between the EPP [the European People’s Party] and the S&D [Socialists and Democrats]. It doesn’t have the courage to declare itself a coalition but practically that is what happens. Many times the disagreement is a question of emphasis.

Where do you stand on this?

I am increasingly becoming leftist. People want a change. They want an alternative. This is also happening in the US. We had an American intern at the Brussels office. He was a Democrat, young and black, who could easily fit the profile of a typical Clinton voter. But he supported Bernie Sanders, despite the candidate’s age, because he was the one ‘with policies’....


Dr Sant is right, of course.
Both Squalid Socialists and Christian Hypocrites are the same.
There are no ideological divergences - just different tactics in order to win Elections.

He says: Telenovellas.
We say : Il Maqjel
And Il-Gahan Malti screams for more!

The Golden Dawn

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« Reply #11 on: March 28, 2017, 07:38:17 PM »

Here he cited the “crisis” of measly pensions, a growing wave of mental health problems, school bullying, drugs, and the impact of immigration on communities.

What an absolute moron
The nationalist party was the party whose leader stated that he was ready to lose an election in order to save an illegal, a party that turned a problem into a crisis
Now he is trying to make headlines by commenting on the impact of immigration rather than the colossal mistake of opening Malta's gates wider than Casa's asshole
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