2020-02-11T19:58:59+01:00Tue, 11th Feb '20, 17:34|

Heroes do not put a stop to the current mess at the PN by mumbling to Adrian Delia at parliamentary group meetings only to be ignored. It is not heroic to live in perpetual hope as an asteroid tumbles on an inexorable collision course with your attic. Hope, without action, is a dangerous thing. As [...]

We, the “people” who support Adrian Delia

2020-02-11T17:31:40+01:00Tue, 11th Feb '20, 17:31|

Trolls who support Adrian Delia are full of venom these days for people identified as ‘blue 17’. The Adrian Delia trolls, presumably concerned that 17 is a very large number when deducted from 28, have shortlisted 10 usual suspects and called them Judas, traitors. I got a shade of that too. People tell me my [...]

Back to the waiting game

2020-02-11T17:29:43+01:00Tue, 11th Feb '20, 17:29|

So today it seems we’re back to the waiting game. Replacing Clyde Puli and Robert Arrigo will be side shows in which, one would imagine, the support base Adrian Delia still enjoys will be measured. That only really depends on whether there will be candidates that clearly represent a position in favour or against Adrian [...]

Not quite heroes yet

2020-02-11T17:27:45+01:00Tue, 11th Feb '20, 17:27|

Someone who means well put up a collage of 17 members of the PN parliamentary group and labelled them “17 Blue Heroes”. They’ve been identified as the small majority in the group that has told Adrian Delia to pack his bags. As a snapshot of what happened the last time the PN’s parliamentary group met [...]

GUEST POST: Quo vadis, Adrian Delia?

2020-02-11T07:33:53+01:00Tue, 11th Feb '20, 07:33|

Sent in by Spartacus. What Sidney Smith (a clergyman and author) said of George Canning after the latter became Prime Minister in 1827: “Canning in office is like a fly in amber. Nobody cares about the fly; the only question is: How the hell did he get there?” (The reader is advised to substitute Adrian [...]

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