GUEST POST: Who killed Daphne?

2020-06-03T12:08:48+02:00Wed, 3rd Jun '20, 16:00|

Who killed Daphne Caruana Galizia? We’ve been asking this question since her brutal assassination on the 16th October 2017. We’ve been asking this question since Joseph Muscat, King of Organised Crime and Corruption, nefariously promised to ‘leave no stone unturned’. We’ve been asking this question while all the evidence has continually been pointing at Castille. [...]

GUEST POST: Of Politics and Religion – the Treaty of Lisbon

2020-06-03T10:38:59+02:00Wed, 3rd Jun '20, 15:00|

The so called 2016 “equality bills”, being debated in Parliament, are in conflict with the European Union Treaty of Lisbon. In a 2016 position paper, cited by Tonio Borg in this Times of Malta article, the Church expresses concern that the transcribing of this EU Directive “will apparently be used by the Maltese government to [...]

Crossing a red light (4): Why harm an opposition MP?

2020-06-03T21:05:34+02:00Wed, 3rd Jun '20, 14:00|

This is the fourth part of a series of articles about the accusations Labour propagandist Karl Stagno Navarra is throwing at PN MP Karol Aquilina. Start the series here. The awesomely lissome Ian Abdilla wants to harm Karol Aquilina because Karol Aquilina is an Opposition MP. A proper one. He takes his duties as a [...]

Inquiry “expert” is magistrate’s personal lawyer

2020-06-03T15:03:13+02:00Wed, 3rd Jun '20, 13:42|

The magisterial inquiry into the death of 12 people at sea after their dinghy was allowed to drift for several days before a rescue operation in Malta’s search and rescue area is mired in further controversy. The Shift News reported this morning that Magistrate Joe Mifsud provided Robert Abela with copies of all the evidence [...]

Joseph, the small god of Nadur

2020-06-03T12:52:49+02:00Wed, 3rd Jun '20, 12:06|

There’s a tribe in Vanuatu that worships Philip Mountbatten-Windsor, the Duke of Edinburgh. It’s what anthropologists call a cargo cult. The islanders' ancient legends were folded into a vague understanding of royal protocol they saw during royal visits to the archipelago in the 1950s and 1970s, then still the New Hebrides. The local chief, who [...]

Crossing a red light (2): What happened since then

2020-06-03T10:21:52+02:00Wed, 3rd Jun '20, 10:00|

This post continues from this earlier post that described an innocuous traffic incident when no one was harmed and nothing was damaged a year ago. Read that post first. Karol Aquilina and Speaker Anġlu Farrugia thought they’d never again hear about a near-collision on Malta’s busy roads a year ago. After the 3 June of [...]

Crossing a red light (1): What happened a year ago

2020-06-03T07:57:09+02:00Wed, 3rd Jun '20, 08:00|

This country is sinking deeper into the dark horrors of corruption and authoritarian abuse of power.   Air Malta’s spokesperson, Karl Stagno Navarra, who doubles as the Labour Party propagandist is serialising a concerted attack on PN MP Karol Aquilina. Under normal circumstances politicians should expect all manner of attack from their opposite number. But [...]

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