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« Reply #20 on: November 22, 2015, 08:54:19 PM »



CARMELO BORG PISANI

73rd Anniversary of his Martyrdom

Saturday 28th November 2015

Holy Mass at Bingemma Chapel 8.30pm (seated by 8.15pm)

Followed by Dinner

Ta Soldi restaurant, Mgarr – 9.30pm
Menu to one’s own choice

Dress Code: Strictly Black


https://www.google.com/search?q=bingemma+church&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8
https://www.google.com.mt/?gws_rd=cr,ssl&ei=A21RVqv7F8KrPrvJsKgG#safe=active&q=carmelo+borg+pisani


We will honour the memory of this devout Catholic Patriot by attending Holy Mass.
An opportunity to view the inside of this Chapel,  built in 1680 and rarely opened to the public.
After Mass, we will drive down to Mgarr which is quite nearby - at Ta Soldi seated by 9.30pm

A pertinent speech will be given by Chev. Jonathan Cuschieri





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« Reply #21 on: November 26, 2015, 12:35:33 PM »

Our numerous friends in Italy salute us.
They honour us for being the only Movement in Malta, commemorating this Patriot.
Once in Brussels, We will make sure to press our mice in Parliament, to give him a decent burial and a Monument.

Read previous post.
This is an occasion not to be missed.
We owe it to this Martyr - who gave his life for his love of his Country.

CARMELO BORG PISANI - PRESENTE!



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« Reply #22 on: November 27, 2015, 11:24:43 AM »

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« Reply #23 on: November 29, 2015, 07:53:17 AM »

Carmelo Borg Pisani
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Carmelo Borg Pisani
Presente!

Carmelo Borg Pisani
PRESENTE!


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« Reply #24 on: November 29, 2015, 04:18:55 PM »

https://www.facebook.com/ladignitainuniforme/videos/890153054433437/?fref=nf


http://www.liberoreporter.it/2015/11/cronaca/eroi-ditalia-riportare-la-salma-di-carmelo-borg-pisani-in-patria.html

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Onore al Martire.
ONORE!



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« Reply #25 on: December 02, 2015, 06:34:49 PM »

PETIZIONE   ALL’ AMBASCIATA  MALTESE  IN ITALIA A FAVORE  DI CARMELO  BORG PISANI.


1)   Noi
  • chiediamo la restituzione della Salma  ( dei Resti)  di CARMELO  BORG  PISANI in quanto:


a)   Carmelo Borg Pisani è una Medaglia d’Oro al Valore  Militare  ITALIANA, più precisamente della MARINA  MILITARE;
b)   egli è stato giudicato da un TRIBUNALE CIVILE  MALTESE  ( e non da un Tribunale Militare  come sarebbe stato previsto, per lui, appunto Militare) ridotto a 3 Giudici Popolari invece dei previsti 5 Giudici Popolari, quindi di conseguenza  non ha avuto un giudizio equilibrato e giusto..!;
c)   lo si è giudicato TRADITORE, ma lui suddito inglese ( e non cittadino !!!) all’inizio della 2° Guerra Mondiale si è recato presso l’Ambasciata USA di Roma , restituendo a loro il Passaporto ed il Documento di Identità e chiarendo la sua posizione: lui non stava con l’Inghilterra, ma con l’Italia !
d)   egli non fu assolutamente una spia , in quanto non aveva potuto neanche averne il tempo ed i mezzi, durante lo sbarco a Malta, infatti, perse a causa di una tempesta la radio ed ogni altro mezzo di comunicazioni, quindi anche se avesse voluto (intenzionalità) non avrebbe mai potuto compiere alcun atto di spionaggio. Il fatto quindi non sussiste, manca la commissione del reato;
e)   non gli sono stati riconosciuti  i diritti rispondenti alla qualifica di Soldato dell’Esercito Italiano, ovvero più precisamente della Marina Militare Italiana, non gli fu riconosciuto lo Status di Prigioniero di guerra, la Corte di Assise , infatti, lo ha condannato all’impiccagione, come un criminale comune,  mentre piuttosto avrebbe ben meritato il diritto di essere fucilato;
f)    a Malta molti lo considerano ancora adesso un traditore, ma come..??? Se egli ha in effetti tradito, ha tradito l’Inghilterra, ma non certo Malta che dal 1964 è diventata uno Stato indipendente ( e che invece all’epoca dei fatti era una colonia inglese, asservita e sottomessa ad essa…!!);
g)   Malta dal 1964 è uno Stato indipendente, libero: allora ci domandiamo:  o alla luce della novella indipendenza Carmelo Borg Pisani deve essere considerato da voi Maltesi, secondo noi a dovere, un PADRE  DELLA PATRIA e NON  UN TRADITORE o Malta non è ancora una vera Nazione libera e indipendente, ma ancora vassalla e sottomessa al Regno Unito in tutto e per tutto…;
h)   Se così fosse , fatecelo subito sapere, in modo che la seconda petizione la faremo presso l’ Ambasciata del Regno Unito dietro  Porta Pia…zziiiippppp!  ;
i)   Ultimo punto, ma non meno importante, il fatto che un Soldato Italiano non abbia una Tomba, dimostra che Malta non rispetta le Convenzioni di Ginevra,  che sanciscono il diritto di ciascun singolo Caduto in Guerra  ad un luogo religioso di riposo perpetuo, che possa permettere le preghiere dei cari visitatori.

  •   l’Associazione Dignità in Uniforme.


Si associano inoltre: Associazione Nazionale Combattenti Italiani in Spagna, associazione.ancis@email.it
Associazione Culturale IlCovo, http://www.ilcovo.mastertopforum.net/
gruppo fb Ass. Nazionale Bersaglieri Roma, https://www.facebook.com/groups/bersagliereromano/?fref=ts
gruppo fb la Dignità in Uniforme, https://www.facebook.com/groups/lastimainuniforme/?fref=ts
gruppo fb Carmelo Borg Pisani Martire dimenticato, https://www.facebook.com/groups/49000732307/?fref=ts
gruppo fb il Caramellaro, https://www.facebook.com/groups/37994926


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We are the only Movement to honour this martyr, who gave his life for his Country and People.
He sought to do what both Borg Olivier and Mintoff later fought for: Independence.
Independence from Britain that fought a useless war on behalf of the Jews.



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« Reply #26 on: December 02, 2015, 06:37:45 PM »

Alla cortese attenzione di:
MINISTRO DELLA DIFESA
Senatrice Roberta PINOTTI
Palazzo Baracchini
Via XX Settembre 8  00187 ROMA
udc@gabmin.difesa.it
udc@postacert.difesa.it
MINISTRO DEGLI ESTERI
Onorevole Paolo GENTILONI
Piazzale della Farnesina, 1
00135 Roma
ministero.affariesteri@cert.esteri.it
AMBASCIATORE DELLA REPUBBLICA DI MALTA IN ITALIA
S.E. Sig.ra Vanessa FRAZIER
Lungotevere Marzio 12
maltaembassy.rome@gov.mt
Oggetto:    Medaglia d’oro “Carmelo Borg Pisani” sepolto a Malta nell’ossario del cimitero di Casal Paola. Richiesta di restituzione della salma
Spettabili Autorità,
L’Associazione di promozione sociale “la Dignità in Uniforme” per nome e per conto di tutti coloro che si identificano nei principi, nelle finalità e nelle attività della Associazione di sostenere il culto della memoria dei Caduti in nome dell’Italia e di commemorare  coloro che si sono immolati sia in tempo di guerra che in tempo di pace, fa gentile richiesta alle Signorie Loro, per gli aspetti istituzionali di competenza, affinché possono essere restituite le spoglie di Carmelo Borg Pisani per la degna sepoltura nel Sacrario delle Medaglie d’oro al cimitero Verano.
Carmelo Borg Pisani (Senglea, 10 agosto 1915 –Paola, 28 novembre 1942) è stato un rivoluzionario, agente segreto e patriota maltese naturalizzato italiano.
Preso prigioniero dal British Army e giustiziato, fu insignito da Vittorio Emanuele III, con motu proprio, della medaglia d'oro al valor militare.
Venne impiccato alle ore 7,34 di sabato 28 novembre 1942 nel carcere di Corradino. E lì giacque confuso nella fossa comune con sedici malfattori giustiziati in carcere. I suoi resti mortali sono dispesi nell’ossario del cimitero di Casal Paola e ciò ha così impedito di dare una tomba alla medaglia d’oro.
Si pone in cortese evidenza che entrambi i Paesi, Italia e Malta, hanno sottoscritto le varie Convenzioni di Ginevra relative alla protezione delle vittime dei conflitti armati internazionali dove nel protocollo aggiuntivo del 12 agosto 1949 viene sancito:
Le Parti contraenti sul cui territorio sono situate le tombe e, all'occorrenza, altri luoghi in cui si trovano i resti delle persone decedute a causa delle ostilità, durante l'occupazione o nel corso di una detenzione, concluderanno accordi volti: a facilitare il ritorno dei resti delle persone decedute e dei loro effetti personali nel paese di origine, su richiesta di detto paese o su richiesta della famiglia, salvo che vi si opponga il paese stesso.
Si rappresenta inoltre che l’attuale sepoltura di Carmelo Borg Pisani, giustiziato  il 28 novembre 1942 a Malta, non appare conforme alle pertinenti convenzioni internazionali, ossia né all’articolo 34 del Protocollo aggiuntivo alle Convenzioni di Ginevra del 12 agosto 1949 né all’articolo 130 della IV Convenzione di Ginevra.
Fiducioso in una positiva risposta porgo i sensi della mia massima stima
Roma il 27 novembre 2015
   Il Presidente del Consiglio Direttivo
   Diego ABBO
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Malta is littered with monuments to small men, some noted criminals.
Monuments that shame us - placed in prominent places.
The Maltese do not even know who their real heroes are.



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« Reply #27 on: May 05, 2017, 01:53:03 PM »

L'associazione culturale Lamba Doria il 22 luglio p.v.  ricorderà a Malta la Medaglia d'Oro al Valor Militare alla Memoria Carmelo Borg Pisani, l'irredentista maltese, ennesimo eroe di guerra, dimenticato dalle nostre autorità e senza che, dopo più di 74 anni dalla sua morte, avvenuta il 28 novembre 1942, le sue spoglie abbiano una degna sepoltura.

Il nostro Milite è infatti  da considerarsi un <Caduto senza croce>, in quanto i suoi poveri resti risultano tumulati in un ossario comune a Malta, insieme a quelli riferiti a criminali comuni, assassini, omicidi.
Il 7 dicembre 2012 si stava per organizzare attraverso la nostra Ambasciata a La Valletta e l'Institute for Tourism, Travel & Culture" di Malta, la sceneggiatura di un film dal titolo <" Le Radici di un Sogno">, da realizzarsi nell'ambito dell'Italian Film Festival, organizzato dal regista Arturo Mingardi da Ragusa.
Tuttavia è grottesco percepire l'oblio cui il nostro Carmelo è stato "condannato" da un Paese incapace di riconoscere i propri Eroi.
Vi sono state ben 7 interrogazioni parlamentari dal 1980 al 2002 e numerose richieste agli organi competenti.
Ultima in ordine di tempo, quella fatta dall'Associazione "La Dignità in Uniforme" nel novembre 2015 ai Ministri Roberta Pinotti e Paolo Gentiloni, ma senza risultato: il Commissariato per le Onoranze ai Caduti in Guerra (ONORCADUTI), infatti,  ha ribadito che Borg Pisani "pur avendo militato nelle nostre Forze Armate, non ha mai assunto la cittadinanza italiana" e quindi non si possono richiedere i resti mortali di un cittadino straniero".... Amen.
Così le ossa della Medaglia d'Oro al Valore Militare Carmelo Borg Pisani continuano a giacere disperse nell'Ossario del cimitero di Casal Paola. E pensare che prima di partire per la missione segreta scrisse: ".. se avessi voluto, sarei potuto tornare a Malta al momento della guerra. Ma rimasi, perchè sentì la voce della Patria". L'Italia, appunto. Quella Patria che per un cavillo burocratico l'ha lasciato senza la dignità del <giusto riconoscimento>.
In un' ottica di serena e solidale simbiosi con i fratelli Maltesi,  l'Associazione "LAMBADORIA" di Siracusa si prodigherà insieme al Comitato  per il Ricordo di Carmelo Borg Pisani  presieduto a Malta dal suo Presidente, Jo Meli, per onorare e ricordare il nostro Eroe.



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« Reply #28 on: August 08, 2017, 02:40:39 PM »

http://www.maltatoday.com.mt/comment/blogs/79522/requiem_for_an_unmade_movie#.WYmt1YR97IU


 Requiem for an unmade movie
Personally, I think the Borg Pisani story is not only a very good choice of movie subject but an important one to evaluate through the medium of a Maltese-made film


 I haven’t got round to watching ‘Dunkirk’ yet. But already I feel I know a lot about the movie just from all the online criticism it’s been receiving.
I know, for instance, that it doesn’t have enough women in leading roles. Or black people. Or Indians (as in, people from India, not Native Americans... though of course, those are under-represented too). Apparently there are not enough Australians and New Zealanders, either. And no transsexuals at all, or any other subcategory of the LGTBQi community.
It seems, in brief, that there is hardly a single minority or majority group in the entire world that doesn’t somehow feel left out of Christopher Nolan’s latest film. I’m half waiting for Bridget Bardot to complain about the lack of endangered species of wildlife, or anything resembling a concern for animal rights. It’s almost as though there is a checklist of themes and gender/ethnicity balances that must be somehow incorporated into each and every single contemporary film... regardless what that film is actually about.
In this case, it’s about an operation to evacuate Allied Forces from Nazi-occupied France in WW2. I’ll leave it historians to argue over how many women, black people, Indians and all the rest were actually involved, and in what capacity. What intrigues me about all this criticism is that, from the very outset, none of it is actually concerned with the film itself. Hardly any of the negative reviews I’ve read took the trouble to analyse the details that Nolan actually included in his historical re-enactment. They focused instead on all the things an imaginary film by the same name might have featured, had it been directed by someone else.
In full fascist glory: Borg Pisani dons his unfirom with colleagues (Borgt Pisani can be seen on the right of the group below looking to the left)
In full fascist glory: Borg Pisani dons his unfirom with colleagues (Borgt Pisani can be seen on the right of the group below looking to the left)
Such arguments are not, therefore, about the ‘film Christopher Nolan made’; they’re about the film he SHOULD HAVE made... according to an entirely arbitrary (and quite frankly irrelevant) set of criteria, drawn up by people who have never made any films at all.
Naturally, this sort of approach is not limited to ‘Dunkirk’; nor even to the movies. It seems we have inadvertently stumbled into an era where what matters is not the art or literature you actually produce; it’s how much your art panders to (often blatantly unrealistic) audience expectations... how many of the boxes you manage to tick off on that imaginary checklist.
And in some cases, it applies even to the art or literature you intend to produce, but haven’t yet got round to producing. Not only is it possible – as so many have done with Dunkirk – to criticise a movie without having seen it... but it’s become possible to pre-emptively criticise a movie before production on it has even begun.
This is what’s happening right now, in the case of the winner of a newly-launched local movie fund. No sooner was it announced that a local film company was awarded 100,000 to make a biopic of Carmelo Borg Pisani – the Maltese fascist sympathiser who was sent here as a spy in WW2, and eventually hanged for high treason – than an army of online critics immediately tore the as-yet unmade movie to pieces.
The main current of this criticism focused on the funding aspect. Mark Camilleri, who seems to be leading the cavalry charge, put it like this: “Until now I have refrained from commenting on the activities and work of my counterparts in other State bodies but this is beyond outrageous. Arts Council Malta and PBS are funding a project to celebrate a Maltese fascist who collaborated with the Italians during the Second World War [...] This is NOT a documentary on Carmelo Borg Pisani, it is a dramatic film based on a story which celebrates him as a hero and will be subsidised by the government to the tune of €100,000...”
Right: let’s start with a less important detail: the issue of ‘taxpayers’ money’. Camilleri is not entirely correct about the source of the funding. It turns out that the Arts Council was only involved at the adjudication stage, and that the money was actually put up by PBS. Not that this detail really matters, but it does change things slightly. PBS is subsidised by the government, but it also has its own independent sources of revenue. It receives funding from the European Broadcasting Union, and it makes money from advertising. Maltese taxpayers cannot claim a monopoly on PBS’ current financial status... so I fail to see how they can presume to dictate how that station spends its own money.
But that is largely irrelevant for two reasons: one, the category ‘Maltese taxpayer’ includes people apart from Mark Camilleri and others who have voiced the same concerns. It includes me, for instance... and I certainly have no objection to spending €100,000 on the production of a film that explores a fundamentally important part of our own recent history. It also includes the team of Maltese filmmakers themselves, as well as the board that approved the project... not to mention all the people who (like myself) might actually be interested in watching the finished film.
Carmelo Borg Pisani has remained a revered figure in Italian fascist lore, with several streets named after him in different towns
Carmelo Borg Pisani has remained a revered figure in Italian fascist lore, with several streets named after him in different towns
In fact, it never ceases to amaze how single individuals can assume the authority to speak on behalf of all Maltese taxpayers... as though the act of filling in your Income Tax return also somehow binds you to a contract of permanent agreement with those individuals. Sorry, folks, but it doesn’t work that way. Feel free to air as many objections as you like... but don’t frame those objections as though they come from every single tax paying citizen of Malta.
The second reason is that: well, even if it were taxpayers’ money... so what? I call that money well spent. Not, of course, because it will automatically result in a good quality production... I obviously haven’t seen this film either; for all I know it could turn out to be a pile of junk... but because it is important that the State finances a local film industry that cannot possibly exist without sponsorship.
This adds an important dimension to Camilleri’s line of criticism. He is technically objecting to the €100,000 grant, not to the independent film-makers’ right to make a film. Yet take away that grant, and de facto, the film becomes impossible to make. To block the financing, in this instance, is to block the film itself. I thought I’d just point that out, because Mark Camilleri is also the founder of Malta’s anti-censorship movement.
But in any case: the major problem here is broadly in line with the aforementioned criticism levelled at Dunkirk. The objections have nothing to do with the film itself – for the obvious reason that none of us has even read the script, still less seen the finished product. They are all rooted in an ‘a priori’ assumption of what this movie will be about, and how it will portray its subject matter. And this is hugely problematic for a wide variety of reasons.
Personally, I think that the Carmelo Borg Pisani story is not only a very good choice of movie subject in its own right – in fact it’s already been dramatised in ‘The Malta Story’ (1953), and on stage by Francis Ebejer’s ‘Requiem for a Malta Fascist’ – but an important one to evaluate through the medium of a Maltese-made film. There is more at stake here than the persona of Borg Pisani himself (whatever your opinion about him may happen to be); there is also the evaluation of Malta’s experience of World War II, which over the years has been watered down to soften certain nuances that now make us uncomfortable.
It irks us, for instance, to be reminded that a great many people in this country privately or publicly sympathised with Mussolini in and around the 1930s. (Some, Borg Pisani included, actually idolised him.) There is little point denying this on a historical level – before the actual outbreak of WW2, there were Maltese newspapers which openly backed Il Duce in their leading articles. It is likewise a historical fact that Maltese nationals – including the Chief Justice, the PN leader, etc – were interned on the basis of their presumed Italian sympathies, and later deported to Uganda.
Historians like Camilleri have no difficulty acknowledging the historical truth of these and other examples. They do not ‘deny’ the existence of Maltese fascists; they have no problem with ‘documentaries’, or any number of historical treatises, based on these established facts. It is only when a fictional dramatisation of these same facts is proposed, that the floodgates of objections are suddenly flung wide open.
The real problem with the Borg Pisani film project is that it proposes, to some degree or other, telling the story from Borg Pisani’s own point of view. To present him as the central protagonist, and therefore – inevitably – to try and come to grips with how a Maltese fascist might have actually felt at the time. What might have motivated his ill-fated choice; what sort of internal conflicts and dilemmas he may have endured... that sort of thing.
The online reaction to this proposal could be summed up as: ‘Preposterous! Who cares what these people thought at the time? We all already know what Maltese fascists were like. They were... um... fascists! And that’s all there is to be said for it...”
I hate to say it, but that is a singularly disappointing approach to be taken by anyone with even a remote interest in history. It might surprise some of the more vociferous objectors to discover that some members of their own family might have secretly (or openly) been fascist sympathisers 70 or 80 years ago. The word didn’t have the same connotations as it does today: nor were fascists like Borg Pisani necessarily aware of the full scale of what was really going on across the full theatre of war. To dismiss such people on the grounds that ‘they were fascists’ is to judge those people by today’s standards, not the standards of 1940. It is, in a word, an anachronism.
Ultimately, part of what makes a good historical movie is how well it recreates the context and zeitgeist of its setting. For reasons I’ve already outlined, I will not simply assume the filmmakers will do a good job on this occasion... though I sincerely hope they do, and am looking forward to watching the film. Even from now, however, I can clearly discern the opportunity for a job well done. It’s an interesting story, which can only force us to reconsider what we think we already know about Malta’s wartime experience.
For that reason alone, I’d say the film deserves to be made... and yes, to be publicly financed, too. In fact, it’s high time we started investing in a little creativity around here for a change.
 

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Norman Lowell's tribute to Carmelo Borg Pisani

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