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« Reply #50 on: July 12, 2016, 09:24:52 AM »

http://www.maltatoday.com.mt/news/national/67444/watch_on_the_worlds_deadliest_sea_aboard_moass_search_and_rescue_vessels#.V4SXttR95ki


On the world’s deadliest sea aboard MOAS’s search and rescue vessel
Miriam Dalli witnessed the rescue operation carried out by the Migrant Offshore Aid Station on Monday evening, just days after leaving Malta



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Watch the sickening video clip of these White imbeciles, stoking coal over their own, future funeral pyre.
 Saving smiling, well dressed sub-humans with mobile phones, just 16 miles off the Libyan coast.
Entertaining their golliwogs with dolls - chatting the women, who display disdain for the rescuer.

This is what the Jesus Poison demands - but behind Il buon Gesu: lies THEM!
And when the tables will turn, as they will, soon:
these Traitors of their Race and Civilisation will hang.

IN ALTO LE FORCHE!



    And like the Independent, Malta Today ignores the rapist Beast from Guinea.
Coincidence?  Hardly, does one not percieve the Hidden Hand directing everything?
It's the Jews, stupid!



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« Reply #51 on: July 12, 2016, 09:42:46 AM »

http://www.maltatoday.com.mt/comment/blogs/67399/from_pushback_to_brexit#.V4SdX9R95kh


From pushback to Brexit
The old chestnut of foreigners ‘invading our country and taking our jobs’ hides the ugliness of bigotry posing as patriotism, and it is no coincidence that it is the clarion call of both the Maltese ‘patriots’ and the Brexiters in the UK


Some of us might just recall the summer of 2013 when Joseph Muscat faced the first wave of migrants crossing the Mediterranean and ending in Malta. That was before he ‘fixed’ things with Matteo Renzi, who became Prime Minister of Italy in February 2014.

Muscat had threatened to push back to Libya a number of migrants who landed in Malta and this within less than 24 hours of their arrival. Later he said he was bluffing: that it was just a threat to push the EU into doing something about the annual mass exodus of refugees leaving the Libyan coast with a fraction of them ending up in Malta.

A day after his failed ‘attempt’ to deport a group of 45 asylum seekers without giving them a chance to claim for protection, Muscat said the European Union had to take Malta’s immigration burden more seriously and justified his threat by insisting that all he wanted was for Europe ‘to wake up and smell the coffee’.

At that time I had commented: ‘I wonder what Martin Schultz and all other European Socialists in PES now think of Joseph Muscat. His actions this week make him a more comfortable partner and colleague of the European right: the Austrian Freedom Party, the Greek political party Golden Dawn of Nikolaos Michaloliakos, the Italian Lega Nord of Umberto Bossi and Roberto Maroni; and the UK Independence Party (UKIP) of Nigel Farage. The populist attraction of these right-wingers has the same magnetic qualities of Joseph Muscat’s portrayal of himself leading the Maltese by defending their homeland against the black invasion.’

Thanks to Renzi’s providential help, Muscat changed his ways but the right wing parties in Europe kept marching on.

A phenomenon that everybody noticed during the time of that infamous episode was the rise of racial hatred in the comments approving Muscat’s folly that were posted in the social media. The racist comments spared no one who did not agree with Muscat’s attempt at pushback, and included sexist comments about EU Commissioner Cecilia Malmström. Muscat was embarrassed, to say the least.
Eventually the Maltese right wingers lost faith in Muscat and decided to set up their own political party, styling themselves as Maltese ‘patriots’. Which makes me recall Samuel Johnson’s famous pronouncement that ‘patriotism is the last refuge of a scoundrel’.

Not by coincidence, a similar phenomenon has surfaced in the UK after the Brexit referendum. On Thursday, Sky News reported that the number of hate crimes reported in the capital has risen by more than 50% in the days since the EU referendum result. Scotland Yard has confirmed the average number of hate crimes reported daily in London has risen to 67 – a 52% increase on the pre-referendum average of 44. A total of 599 incidents of race hate crime were reported to the Metropolitan Police between 24 June and 2 July.

Commander Mark Chishty, head of community engagement at the Met, was quoted as saying that people “are feeling anxious at the perception of increased intolerance against certain communities”.
Even the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, felt he had to hit out at the spreading of intolerance and hatred in the days following the EU referendum result.

‘Polish vermin’ has become a typical racist attack simply because hard-working Poles in the UK are doing better than the lazier average lager lout.

The old chestnut of foreigners ‘invading our country and taking our jobs’ hides the ugliness of bigotry posing as patriotism. No coincidence that it is the clarion call of both the Maltese ‘patriots’ and the Brexiters in the UK.

Which points out to the responsibility – or lack thereof – of political leaders to be careful when they speak of foreigners, as their careless words could easily encourage people to racial hatred.

That is why Donald Trump is one of the worst examples of irresponsible politicians.

First he called Mexicans drug dealers and rapists. Then they were killers, too. He has suggested that Middle Eastern terrorists have illegally crossed the US-Mexico border. So he intends to build a wall along the border, to be paid for by the Mexicans, of course.

Yet another political disaster waiting to happen...

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Another scurrilous article, on this infamous day of perfidy and treason by the Hidden Hand.
Another coincidence!  - The relentless attack by the Zionists on the fibre of European Nationhood.
What Trump said and stands for is all true - as what We and Patriots say, about our plight in Malta.

And the author terms all this: "Another political disaster waiting to happen".
Ah!  Where have we come to!  - Where have the Jews got us.
But the tables will soon turn - and We will settle scores.

In alto le forche!



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« Reply #52 on: July 31, 2016, 10:40:15 AM »

http://www.maltatoday.com.mt/comment/blogs/67913/will_our_children_reap_a_whirlwind#.V522mNR95kg


Will our children reap a whirlwind?
We should look towards societies with populations whose cultural and other characteristics are more akin to ours to make up for our demographic deficit
Carmel Vassallo
29 July 2016,


I wonder what could possibly make Saviour Balzan think that his newspaper is out of synch with its readers when it comes to the matter of ‘migrants’ and ‘refugees’?

From his moral high ground he claims that the Maltese are detached from the history behind the ‘despair’ of migrants and refugees and precedes his list of what ails Arab and some African countries by stating that “Africa and the Middle East in particular have been the playing ground of the West” seemingly overlooking the tiny detail that practically the entire world, including our tiny island, has at some stage or another been ‘the playing ground of the West’, much the same way that other parts of the world were the playing grounds of whichever culture was in the ascendancy at a particular time.

What Balzan in fact fails to point out is that while the rest of the world shook off direct Western domination and proceeded to get on with their lives and even improve their living standards, the Middle East and large swathes of Africa have not. Balzan’s declaration was in fact very reminiscent of a recent tirade by a University of Malta International Relations senior lecturer who in a mid-March 2016 Work in Progress Seminar Series lecture on campus followed the well-trodden path of blaming the West for all that is amiss in the Middle East.

In 2002 the UN Development Programme and the Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development released the first Arab Human Development Report, a devastating account of the failures of the Arab world written by Arab intellectuals which highlighted the many deficiencies plaguing a region which although sharing a religion and a language nevertheless differed considerably from place to place. Since then much has changed but in the main it seems to have been for the worse rather than for the better.

Foremost amongst the deficiencies identified is what the report calls the freedom deficit. As the report made clear the wave of democracy that transformed governance in most of Latin America and East Asia in the 1980s and Eastern Europe and much of Central Asia in the late 1980s and early 1990s had barely reached the Arab States and attempts to free up societies since have in the main failed miserably.
The dismal position of women, another highlighted failing, is reflected in the fact that more than half of the region’s women were illiterate while maternal mortality rates were double those of Latin America and the Caribbean and four times those of East Asia. It would also be an understatement to say that women in the Arab world suffer from unequal citizenship and legal entitlements.

But the characteristic of the Arab world which has the most serious immediate consequences for its own development and what has very important consequences for us has to do with demography. An Arab Human Development Report Research Paper prepared by Barry Mirkin published in 2010 states that the population of the Arab countries had nearly tripled since 1970, climbing from 128 million to 359 million. To state that their prospects for jobs were at best dismal would be putting it very mildly so even if the crisis in Syria, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and ISIS/Daesh were to go away tomorrow the pull factor of Europe’s wealthy cities and the push factor of population pressure at home augurs for an ever-increasing number of Arabs clamouring at the gates of Europe but the time has come for us to put in place gatekeepers who will determine who enters and who does not.

Only a tiny minority of Muslims would seem to actively support or participate in terrorism but a large share of them harbour all sorts of chauvinistic attitudes towards other Muslim sects, religions, races, ethnicities and nationalities, women, sexual minorities and others with non-normative (from an Orthodox Muslim point of view) beliefs and practices. Are these really the sort of people we want in our midst? Muslims are evidently not alone in being chauvinistic, of course, and Christians, Jews, Hindus and others have their fair share while hundreds of millions have been killed in the name of some fatherland or ideology, indeed chauvinism seems to be part of the human condition, but I have not heard of any Christian using a truck to kill nearly a hundred people enjoying a holiday lately, or of a Jew blowing himself up in a park crowded with families celebrating Easter. Martyrdom to a Christian or a Jew is dying for their faith while martyrdom for a good number of Muslims seems to be dying for the faith while killing as many other people as possible who do not see eye-to-eye with them on some issue or other.

Outgoing US President Barak Obama has made it a habit of quoting the Quran – specifically 5:32  “Whosoever slays a soul it shall be as if he had slain all mankind; and whosoever saves one life it shall be as if he has saved all mankind” – to demonstrate Islam’s peaceful essence but as University of California professor and Al-Jazeera senior columnist Mark – no friend of the West – LeVine, has stated neither Obama nor most other leaders read the next verse in the Quran which declares the punishment for perceived enemies of Islam to be execution, or crucifixion, or the cutting off of hands and feet. I have a feeling that bleeding-heart liberals across Europe have gravely overestimated both our societies’ capacity to absorb people with such an alien mindset and the willingness of these newcomers and their children to buy into our values, a sine qua non for successful integration.

Malta is an increasingly cosmopolitan society but is it heading in the right direction? According to MaltaToday’s James Debono, in 2014 more children were born to foreign parents who were both born in Africa (151) than to foreign parents who were both from the EU (122). Is this really where we want to go or are we sowing the wind and setting the scene for a whirlwind to be reaped by our children?   
 
The message from across Europe is increasingly that we should look towards societies with populations whose cultural and other characteristics are more akin to ours to make up for our demographic deficit if we are not to bequeath a terrible legacy to future generations.

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A well written, well argued article.
So different to the myriad of Leftist Liberals that dominate the Mainstream Media.
Common sense, as against Cloud 9 Mantras, is slowly coming back.



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« Reply #53 on: October 28, 2016, 09:40:46 AM »

http://www.maltatoday.com.mt/news/national/71039/far_more_maltese_than_foreigners_charged_with_robbery_this_year#.WBL_9tV97IU


Far more Maltese than foreigners charged with robbery this year
219 Maltese people have been charged in court with robbery this year, compared with only 79 foreigners.


The number of Maltese people who have been charged with robbery in court this year almost triples that of the number of foreigners.
Home affairs minister Carmelo Abela, in response to a parliamentary question by Labour MP Luciano Busuttil, revealed that 298 people have been charged in court with robbery between January and August this year. Out of these, 219 are Maltese while 79 are foreigners.
The statistics also show that the majority of the people charged with robbery (230) were males, while 68 were females.

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Only that Liberal Laqlaqi could permit the printing of such a stupid comparison.
Beneath comment.
Ja Bicca Laqlaqi!



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