Intentional inconsistencies

Intentional inconsistencies

When the Charlie Hebdo attack happened, the prime minister of Malta flew to Paris to march in protest.

When Daphne Caruana Galizia died, the prime minister of Malta flew to Dubai to sell passports.

Here’s another inconsistency.

When a courageous young man protested alone on the steps of Castille to make a point about an issue close to his heart, the prime minister let him in, heard him out and got him a car home.

When a group of women protested in front of his office after Daphne Caruana Galizia  died, he ignored them. He ignored them when they wrote to him. He ignored them when they told the press he ignored them. He ignores them still.

For he holds freedom of speech so dear.