The policeman heading the investigations into the assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia has over the past three years led investigations into five other car bombings. He solved none of them. There was the Marsaxlokk bombing of Darren Degabriele who died of his wounds after his car was bombed in June 2014. He was believed to [...]
The reports in the international media are starting to irk the prime minister's office. Keith Schembri's assistant, MP Alex Muscat, writing today in The Malta Independent, branded international press reports "biased" and "distorted". Because of course it is reasonable to expect that when a journalist is incinerated in a bomb, the press take a "balanced" [...]
I should have shown her this post from our Commissioner of Police from back in 2013 when Joseph Muscat was still new to office: My translation: "Good morning dear Maltese friends and fans of Inter (Football Club). This morning I am doubly happy. I am happy because of Inter, that in spite of our many [...]
This is this week's Panorama. It speaks of "an international stain on the handsome leader and his political friendships". He is giving Malta a bad name.
This contribution is from a senior official who must remain anonymous for obvious reason. However his knowledge of EU affairs and European law provides useful insight, in particular on what the Civil Society Network could do to shake EU institutions into action they are in duty bound to take: As a committed European, a staunch [...]
Tony Zarb is not a retired behemoth of the socialist movement who farted from the wrong end in his dotage calling a 100 women with homemade placards and matching T-shirts whores, traitors and seditionists. He's a government official, paid by the state as a consultant of Konrad Mizzi, the only government Minister in the European [...]