You're finished Saviour, no one of any worth values anything you have to say. We all know you for the spineless cowardly turncoat and bully that you are. I hope you enjoy the money you earned from the very criminals you're asking to resign. Meanwhile, it's time you admitted Daphne was right all along, and you were wrong. And it's high time you apologised to her family.
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.
If Saviour knew that 1am call from Keith Schembri it was wrong, Daphne knew it was wrong, and the rest of us all know it's wrong, why is Tim struggling on this point?
I keep coming back to Shakespeare. To King Lear losing his mind on the blasted heath, being humbled by his own hubris. Of course there isn't a hope in hell of Salvu ever experiencing anything like humility.
The Independent is reporting today that Raphael Vassallo, MaltaToday's answer to Kermit the frog, is suing Manuel Delia for libel "over an article which suggested that Vassallo may have had a hand in the murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia". Wait, what? When did that happen?
Let's run through this story together: Saviour "call me at 1 am" Balzan publishes a story on Malta's answer to the Daily Mail: MaltaToday. He alleges, essentially, that Ivan Camilleri, a respected investigative journalist with The Times of Malta, is a petty thief who was stealing from his local supermarket and had to be stopped …
The hypocrisy of his position is laughable until you realise it's a reflection of his internal struggle. He's projecting his own personal strife onto others. He accuses everyone else of the partisanship, self-interest and dishonesty that governs his own nature. But more significantly, as a man perpetually scared of the truth he is forever on the offensive against anyone who actively and truly pursues it. In other words: real journalists.