The corruption diet
These eager fools troll social media trying to enjoin everyone to their ignorance, proselytising. They are slaves happy for their chains and they want to chain you up too. It's like a mass Stockholm syndrome.
If you care about the future of your country, your people, your children and grandchildren: you must protest. It's not just Keith Schembri who should resign. Konrad Mizzi and Joseph Muscat should have hung up their dancing shoes and bowed out ages ago too. Chris Cardona and Edward Scicluna too. As Repubblika put it:
See how this comes full circle? Konrad Mizzi manages the creation of a new power station. Yorgen Fenech becomes part of the consortium responsible for building this power station. Yorgen Fenech plans to start funnelling money to Konrad Mizzi and Keith Schembri.
In the time-honoured fashion of every Labour thug and bully, Keith Schembri opened a libel suit against Simon Busuttil in the hopes of beating him into submission in the public forum. In the media. It was a gimmick. And we know it was a gimmick because after a long two years, "Keet" was given the …
That's twice I've seen a seedy connection between Malta and Albania this week.
How bizarre is it that Malta's Prime Minister is contractually obligated to promote the Henley and Partner's Individual Investor programme. Let us be clear here: this is big business dictating to Malta's Prime Minister what he should and shouldn't do and say.
Here are the main arguments used to avoid addressing this fundamental question, employed by trolls, the government, and certain media wings. They often overlap, and usually it's a combination of all of them. Know that when you're talking to someone employing these arguments you're not dealing with an intellectually honest opponent.
So my sources were correct, there is a smear campaign being conducted against me, although it hasn't made it into the media, relegated instead to furtive messages on Twitter and Facebook. Perhaps because I pre-empted it in an earlier post? But more likely because none of the accusations actually stand up to scrutiny.
The end result, however, has been to merely postpone the scrutiny not diminish it. And Muscat is aware of this too. That's why he's panicking. That's why, as Murdock points out "this Prime Minister has begun to resemble a frightened man whose public bark is hiding an increasingly toothless bite".