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« on: September 13, 2015, 04:03:57 PM »

http://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20150913/local/migrant-wall-will-not-stop-problem-joseph-muscat-says.584315


 Sunday, September 13, 2015, 12:04

Migrant wall will not stop problem, Joseph Muscat says
'Migrant abuse at Marsa has to stop'



 No wall can stop the migration phenomenon, Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said this morning as he called this “an ugly period” for Europe.

He was alluding to the four-metre-high fence erected by Hungary along its border with Serbia in a bid to stop thousands of migrants entering the country.

Dr Muscat was speaking at the Labour Party club in Sliema ahead of a crunch EU emergency summit this week that will address the issue of migration.

Hungary has taken a hard line stand and on Tuesday new laws are expected to come into force that will allow police to arrest migrants who enter the country illegally.

“No country on its own can solve this problem. No wall will stop this phenomenon but it will simply lead to a shift in migration flows,” Dr Muscat said.

Describing the current situation as an “ugly period” for Europe, Dr Muscat said the EU was weak in dealing with the migration phenomenon.

“Europe needs a new system to deal with this historical phenomenon and there are no short term solutions,” he said.

Dr Muscat stressed that a free-for-all was not acceptable but migrants in need of protection had to be given refuge.

He said Malta would do its fair share and under current proposals will take in 75 migrants from Italy and Greece. The European Commission has proposed a migrant sharing mechanism but after recent developments, has indicated the numbers may have to increase.

“Discussions ahead may mean we have to take more and if that is the case we will take more,” he said, adding Malta had to be at the forefront of solidarity even though it had been shielded from an influx over the past two years.


“We do not have a crisis but this can change overnight, dramatically... the easiest thing for us to do is to sweep the problem under the carpet because it does not concern us but it is also our responsibility as a focal point of inspiration in the Mediterranean,” he said.

'Migrant abuse at Marsa has to stop'

Shifting the focus on the “third world scene” at the Marsa roundabout, he insisted this had to end.

He said government was evaluating options to put a stop to the phenomenon of illegal employment and abuse of migrants that happened on a daily basis at Marsa.

“Is it time to ensure employers who want to engage migrants on a temporary basis do so by applying? Is it time to ensure migrants are paid the minimum wage? They are vulnerable workers and we have to defend them and in this way we will also be defending Maltese workers from exploitation by employers.”

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Our Prime Minister has no idea of Geo Politics - he has no Geo Political sense.
With the small, day to day mind of a journalist, he has never made it to a higher, broader view.
From Push Back, two golden words that won him the election:

to Save and Pull Back, to acceptance, to Burden Sharing with Malta accepting more, if need be...
This PM has betrayed the Country and most of all, those genuine Labourites who gave him their trust.
He will win the next Election, only because of the poor Leader of the Opposition.

The People are on their own: abandoned by all, including that Corrupt, Catholic Church.
It was this Church, with it's Jesus Poison that started this whole Tragedy.
Yes, our People are on their own.



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« Reply #1 on: September 15, 2015, 08:12:32 PM »

http://www.independent.com.mt/articles/2015-09-15/local-news/Minister-confirms-informal-agreement-with-Italy-on-migrants-says-it-is-not-set-in-stone-6736142124


Home Affairs Minister confirms 'informal collaboration' with Italy on migrants

Home Affairs Minister Carmelo Abela this evening admitted that there was an "informal collaboration" between Malta and Italy whereby all migrants saved in the central Mediterranean would be disembarked in Italy. This is the first time that the government has openly admitted the existence of such an arrangement.

This year only 93 migrants have landed in Malta by boat.

Addressing journalists this afternoon, Mr Abela said the deal was informal and not set in stone, highlighting the fact that it could change from one day to the next, depending on the circumstances. This could happen, for example, as a result of a change in government in Italy.

The Minister said in recent years both Malta and Italy would send their assets out to save people and have the occasional argument on who should take the rescued migrants. “There was a mature political decision for Italy to handle all disembarkations,” he said.

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« Reply #2 on: September 18, 2015, 09:11:15 AM »

http://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20150918/local/media-in-italy-questioning-secret-malta-migrant-deal.584892

 Friday, September 18, 2015, 07:45

Media in Italy questioning ‘secret Malta migrant deal’

The Italian media has pounced on a statement by Home Affairs Minister Carmelo Abela on Tuesday that there was “an informal agreement” between the two countries which has seen Italy taking migrants rescued in the Mediterranean.

Despite a quick correction by Mr Abela a few hours after his original declaration, emphasising there was no informal agreement but only “close collaboration”, the media in Italy yesterday reported that the ‘secret’ deal could be related to oil exploration rights to the south of Sicily.

According to a leading article in Il Giornale, which supports the Italian Opposition, Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has agreed with Joseph Muscat to exchange irregular migrants for oil exploration rights  in areas disputed by both Italy and Malta south of Sicily. 

Questions about the Italian media reports sent to the Home Affairs Ministry remained unanswered.

Up to a few years ago, the two countries used to have frequent disputes over where migrants rescued in Malta’s vast maritime search and rescue area should be landed but the problem came to a complete halt following meetings between the two prime ministers.

Asked about the matter last April, Dr Muscat insisted there was no such agreement. He said: “Rome understood our limitations and we have understood theirs. We are now cooperating in a more meaningful manner.”

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Ahead of all those amateurs in Politics.
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« Reply #3 on: September 18, 2015, 09:31:43 AM »

http://www.independent.com.mt/articles/2015-09-18/local-news/Italian-newspaper-claims-Italy-taking-migrants-Malta-does-not-want-in-exchange-for-oil-rights-6736142226


Italian newspaper claims Italy taking migrants Malta does not want, in exchange for oil rights

The media in Italy has started questioning the “informal deal” the country has with Malta to take in all migrants saved at sea. One newspaper has claimed that Italy is now taking the migrants "that Malta does not want" in exchange for oil rights.

Home Affairs Minister Carmelo Abela told journalists on Tuesday that Malta and Italy had come to this informal agreement, which he described as a sign of political maturity. He noted that there were several occasions in the past where the two countries bickered over who should be responsible for the people saved at sea. These tiffs had come to an end, he said.

Not more than an hour later, the Ministry issued a “clarification” in which Mr Abela denied that there was any “informal agreement” with Italy and insisted that what existed was only a “close collaboration” between the two countries where Malta uses all its AFM resources to save migrants from the sea.”

The Minister’s clarification however did not go down well with the Italian media houses, who are questioning the “deal.”

Il Giornale reported yesterday that Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has agreed with Joseph Muscat to exchange irregular migrants for oil exploration rights in areas disputed by both Italy and Malta south of Sicily.

The newspaper says that even MOAS, an NGO, was bringing all the migrants it saved to Italy instead of Malta.

Earlier this year, Dr Muscat had denied that such an agreement existed, saying only that Malta and Italy were “cooperating in a more meaningful manner.”

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The full fact must be revealed - the Truth must come out.
A Govt that gives away the Nation's Assets in exchange for abdicating its own responsibilities, does not deserve to govern.
I have always stated that our PM has no Geo Political sense.



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« Reply #4 on: September 18, 2015, 02:34:58 PM »

http://www.maltatoday.com.mt/news/national/57257/government_denies_existence_of_secret_malta_migrant_deal


Government denies existence of ‘secret Malta migrant deal’ with Italy

Italian newspaper claimed Italy was taking in Malta’s share of refugees in exchange for oil exploration rights off Sicily


Government sources have categorically denied the existence of a “secret migrant deal” with Italy, following claims that the country was taking in Malta’s share in exchange for oil exploration rights off Sicily.

“It is a fabricated lie,” the sources insisted. ...

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Do these "sources" have a face, a name, a status of some sort?
Don't we have one, just one Squalid Socialist to come forward and categorically deny these insinuations?
The Govt. needs a volunteer!
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« Reply #5 on: September 19, 2015, 08:57:16 AM »

http://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20150919/local/malta-denies-any-deal-on-migration-and-oil-drilling-italian-mps-to.584958

 Saturday, September 19, 2015, 07:58

Malta denies any deal on migration and oil drilling, Italian MPs to demand answers from Renzi

The government is denying there is any agreement with the Italian government linking migration to oil exploration rights.

According to the government, the fact that Italy is taking all irregular migrants rescued in the Mediterranean, even those who, according to international law, are Malta’s responsibility, can only be attributed to “close collaboration”.

Home Affairs Minister Carmelo Abela said on Tuesday there was an informal agreement between the two countries about migrants but a few hours later he corrected himself saying there was “close collaboration”. Italian MEP Barbara Matera yesterday said she would be pushing the Italian government to confirm or deny any “secret deal” with Malta.

“Italian MPs will be raising the issue in Parliament with urgency to seek whether it is true that there is an oil-for-migrants deal with the Maltese government,” a spokesman for Ms Matera told the Times of Malta.

“If this is not true, and I hope this is clarified, then the Italian government needs to explain in detail why it has suddenly decided to take all irregular migrants from Malta to Italy,” she said.

During a visit to Malta in 2013, then Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta said that, apart from migration, Malta and Italy were also discussing the possibility of  joint offshore oil exploration in disputed areas south of Sicily. Although he had said that a final agreement was expected to be reached by the end of 2013, no agreement has been announced since.

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A squalid deal between two Squalid Socialists.
Not far fetched at all - we shall see.
Iz-Zejt ghad jitla f-wicc l-ilma.



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« Reply #6 on: October 18, 2015, 05:43:48 PM »

http://www.independent.com.mt/articles/2015-10-18/local-news/Italian-MEP-asks-Brussels-about-secret-Malta-Italy-migrants-for-oil-deal-6736143776


Italian MEP asks Brussels about 'secret Malta-Italy migrants-for oil deal'

Italian MEP Elisabetta Gardini has asked the European Commission to explain the abnormally low numbers of migrants being disembarked in Malta after being rescued at sea, and questioned whether the Commission is aware of any informal agreement between the Maltese and Italian governments related to rescue operations in the Mediterranean.

“How does the Commission explain the inactivity of the Maltese navy in recent months, which is demonstrated by the number of people arriving on the island?” read one question put forward to the Commission by Ms Gardini.

The Maritime Squadron of the Armed Forces of Malta has rescued 93 migrants since last January, when its search and rescue area covers 250,000 km² between Sicily and Libya. Over the same period, Italy has had a total of 121,139 migrants arriving on its shores.

Italian and Maltese authorities have a long history of conflict over migrant search-and-rescue operations. In 2013, in the Lampedusa tragedy in which 270 migrants drowned at sea, it was alleged that the Italian authorities waited for the troubled migrant boat to sail into Malta’s SAR zone before responding to the call for help, by advising the boat to call Malta for assistance.

The AFM issued a statement saying that the sinking of the boat, carrying 300 migrants, happened right in front of the eyes of the Italian Coast Guard boats as they were approaching it. The AFM also said it was more opportune to pass on the relevant information to the Italian authorities since naval vessels were much nearer than Maltese vessels.

But in the last year, there have been no such conflicts between the two authorities. This coincides with statements made by Home Affairs Minister Carmelo Abela last September, when he said that Italy and Malta had come to an informal agreement over who should bear the responsibility of migrant search and rescue operations. One hour after this declaration, a ‘clarification’ was issued in which the government vehemently denied the existence of such an agreement.

Allegations were then levelled by an Italian newspaper claiming that Italy is now taking the migrants “that Malta does not want” in exchange for drilling rights in areas under dispute between the Maltese and Italian governments.

 Minister Abela initially revealed the informal agreement, he described it as a sign of political maturity and also noted that, on several occasions in the past, the two countries had bickered over who should carry out search and rescue operations. He also said that the disagreements had come to an end.

Minister Abela’s initial remarks, coupled with the significant decline in the number of migrants rescued and brought to Maltese shores, all point to the existence of some of partnership between Italy and Malta. The extremely low number of migrants entering Malta’s shores is not consistent with the sheer volume of those fleeing via North Africa this year, in particular Syrians crossing over into Africa and then making the journey to Europe.

Although many Maltese citizens may well support an agreement that has led to fewer migrants arriving in Malta, this again raises concerns of secrecy. If Malta has given up any rights to drill for oil in Maltese territorial water, should the population not have the right to know? The question of financial loss from this alleged agreement also comes to mind.

The most pertinent question, perhaps, deals with the environmental issue: do the benefits of being relieved of migrant search-and-rescue responsibilities and all the costs that come with sheltering and providing for those rescued, justify the significant contribution to environmental degradation as well as the significant financial loss?

In December 2012, the then Italian Minister for Infrastructure and Transport drew up an offshore drilling map that overlapped Malta’s territorial waters. The affair had developed into an international dispute, but if this alleged agreement turns out to be a fact, it would serve as the informal agreement to the dispute.

Ms Gardini’s final question concerned whether or not this alleged agreement has any bearing on the Commission’s recent proposal on the roll-out of the relocation and resettlement scheme. She also asked if the alleged agreement has had any impact on the Commission’s proposal. If the agreement is indeed true, it would mean Italy taking the lion’s share of migrants that would otherwise be landing on Maltese shores, a situation that certainly favours Malta. It would also mean that, although both countries voted in favour of the Commission’s proposal, both would be circumventing it in favour of a more beneficial deal for both governments.

Follow-up questions include whether the alleged agreement has had any impact on the Commission’s proposal, and if the proposal is compatible with the principle of burden-sharing.

 
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« Reply #7 on: January 01, 2016, 11:27:02 AM »

http://www.maltatoday.com.mt/news/national/60764/muscat_pledges_corruption_clampdown_in_his_new_years_message#.VoZSiBUrLIU

Muscat pledges corruption clampdown in his New Year’s message   

     Prime Minister says government will this year expose 'webs of corruption' within government institutions that 'have been allowed to grow for years on end'
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat pledged to expose and clean up the “webs of corruption” within government institutions, in his new year’s message to the nation.
"Some of these webs have been allowed to grow within government institutions for years on end," he said in his video speech. “This government will improve the procedure through which visas and residence permits are issued, and carry out reforms at the Lands Department – whose role should be to protect the limited land in this country.”
The two government institutions were mired in controversy in 2015 – the Lands Department over the expropriation of half a Valletta palazzo from Mark Gaffarena and Identity Malta over a racket in the issuance of residence permits to Libyan nationals.
In his speech, Muscat heralded in 2016 as a year in which his government will reach out to sectors of society that it has so far failed to please.
“We will take care of you and be closer to you than ever before,” he said.
Muscat also said that 2016 will be a crucial year for Air Malta, in which “strategic investment” will transform it from a loss-making company into a national airline that the country can be proud of.
Moreover, he said that the LNG power station project in Delimara will be completed this year. Work will also commence on the maritime hub in Marsa, the €200 million investment in three hospitals, and the ‘American University of Malta’ project.
Even though the controversial project will take up 18,000 square metres of land outside development zones at Zonqor, Muscat hailed the AUM as “the greatest sustainable investment that the south of Malta has ever seen”.
Moreover, he said that the environment will be safeguarded through the MEPA demerger that will establish a separate government authority that will focus specifically on the environment.     


3 years into the socialist legislature after years of Christian Hypocrisy
and this squalid Prime Minister has the temerity to say he is going to clamp down corruption.
He hints that the corruption the country is experiencing has its roots rooted in the soil of the PN back garden.

This Prime Minister thinks that the people are all double digit IQ.
If this Prime minister will be elected again it is because there is nobody else.
A decent opposition leader will turn the tables but that is not an option.                                                                               



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AND FOR THIS PEOPLE AND FOR THE SAKE OF THIS PEOPLE THE IMPERIUM WILL STRUGGLE AND FIGHT
AND NEVER SLACKEN AND NEVER TIRE AND NEVER LOOSE COURAGE AND NEVER DESPAIR
EUROPE WILL RISE BECAUSE IT HAD DONE IT BEFORE
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« Reply #8 on: March 30, 2016, 09:37:10 PM »

http://www.maltatoday.com.mt/news/national/63611/pm_lets_not_push_our_migrants_into_the_mouth_of_terror#.Vvwn4NJ95kj


PM: ‘Let’s not push our migrants into the mouth of terror’
Joseph Muscat: ‘There is too much racism in Malta, and it will come back to haunt us’


  Prime Minister Muscat delivered one of his strongest speeches ever on the eve of Freedom Day, calling on the Maltese to change their attitudes towards migrants and warning that failure to integrate migrant workers could push them towards extremism.

Muscat was in Birgu to celebrate the 37th anniversary of Freedom Day, when the last British forces left the Maltese islands on 31 March, 1979.
In his speech, Muscat referred to the attacks in Paris and Brussels and questioned what went through young people who had suddenly taken the drastic course of action to commit a suicide attack on innocent bystanders.

“We are partially at fault here,” Muscat said. “We have created a system that isolates people and minorities in ghettoes. This is absolute hypocrisy.
“We are preaching inclusion but leaving minorities feeling they are still foreigners in their own country.
“In Malta, black people are only tolerated as far as the Marsa roundabout where they are left to beg for work,” Muscat said,
  whose government has yet to deliver on a temping agency for migrant workers.

“There is too much racism in the country… while we have the luxury of ignoring this, it will come back to haunt us in 10 years’ time, as is the case with other European countries. Future generations will question why we didn’t learn from the mistakes of other European countries.”

Muscat also welcomed the fact that half of all new jobs were being taken up by foreign workers.

Channelling former Labour prime minister Dom Mintoff, who had said he wanted to see a Malta creating so many jobs that it employs foreigners, Muscat said: “We are now living that reality.”


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What a Squallid Socialist!
Here he is, just back from a holiday at one of the most expensive hotels in the world:
and his first words are to accuse Maltese of racism!

He is preparing the way to blame Patriots, the majority of our People in case the Illegal Immigrants, the aliens, the Muslims or what not, commit a stragi in Malta.
How low can one go!
This Govt is coming to a sorry end - and it has only itself to blame.

And stop misquoting Mintoff - he never said he wanted to employ foreigners.
He stated that so much work would be created that Maltese abroad, who wished to return, would find work.
Mintoff kicked out any foreigner working in Malta - and a permit to work here was very rare indeed:  imagine working illegally.




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« Reply #9 on: April 01, 2016, 02:10:34 PM »

And should Malta suffer a terrorist attack, be it another plane hijack -
or, more likely a small group of terrorsts setting up road-blocks and shooting at the queue of cars -
before moving off and repeating the performance somewhere else...

Let not say that they have been killing innocent people, innocent victims of rabid terrorists.
They are not innocent, because they believed the LIES of our two Lesbic Prostitute Parties.
The "people" voted for Metsola il-Pecluqa, Kommodini and Dalli - and that is what they will get.

The low-quality people ignored, scorned us of Imperium Europa and our warnings over the years.
The "people", the great majority of them Gahans, either Blue or Red, are not "innocent victims" - they are guilty accomplices to whatever is coming to them.
WE AND OUR VOTERS, AND OUR CHILDREN, ARE THE INNOCENT VICTIMS



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