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Malta – Europe – Trust in Politicians

Euronews – The European Official TV Channel conducted an onlone Poll the Question for this Poll was:

Public trust in politics: do you think your country’s politicians are honest?

Yes:    7%

No:   88%

Not Sure: 4%

http://www.euronews.net/news/you/

So before Our dear Politicians continue with their arbitrary legislation on everything under the sun, it is better to start implimenting a more viable way of doing politics by letting the people partecipate more in HOW THEY WANT TO BE GOVERNED. GIVE US OUR COUNTRY BACK AND GIVE BACK THE POWER TO THE PEOPLE.

Politicians have hijacked the whole finances of the country while abdicating their responsability towards taxpayers. Yes to helping those that geniunely needs a push to fend for themselves, No to those that abuse the social assistance that live off it- Do not let these abusers live indefenitly of free money inteded to assist them out of falling behind, it should be only intended as a temporary measure to getthem back on their feet. WE demand accountablity from our Politicians, those that underperform should be removed by their own Political Party and should not be rewarded for failure. Workers Unions have more of a responsability than squabling over how much members each union has, you have the moral duty to police the Government on how our Tax money is spent and focus on the deterioration in standards of living. WE HAVE A RIGHT TO AFFORDABLE EDUCATION, ENERGY,HEALTH  AND SECURITY. Our Police, Judiciary and Security forces systems should focus on what they where created for – TO PROTECT THE COUNTRY AND IT”S CITIZENS FROM CRIME, AND THAT MEANS ALL SORTS OF CRIME AS DEFINED BY LAW.

Discepline and honest should work from the top down, We have created a two tier system where those in Authority can abuse all the systems and law, while the honest hard working citizen end up paying for it all. Politicians preach democracy while participating in it’s decline.

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May 21, 2009 Posted by | Gonzi, GWU, Incompetent Malta Government, Malta, Malta corruption, Malta Government, Malta Labour Party, Malta Nationalist Party, Malta Newspapers, Malta NGO's, Malta Prime Minister, Malta Public Broadcasting Service, Malta Unions, Maltese, Maltese Justice, MLP, NGO groups, NGO's, PN, Poverty, UHM | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Malta Government Back Stabs Italy and the Italians

The Maltese Government, last week tried to ease the Maltese Public preoccupation, by stating that illegal immigrants will be assisted in their needs at sea if required and let them get underway to their destination. This is after Italy has been trying its best to stop illegal immigration by patrolling international waters and illegal immigrants found at sea, were and will be taken back to Libya (their point of departure) following an expensive agreement Italy made with the Libyan Authorities and investing in giving the Libyan Authorities new fast patrol vessels for deterring illegal immigrants reaching Italian shores and territories.

Again, today, in a news paper report from Brussels, contradicts the Maltese Government’s stance by indicating that Maltese patrols will be working with Frontex Patrol Missions and that their Mission rules of engagement have not changed and that illegal immigrants found in international waters will be taken to the close port of refuge. It is obvious that illegal immigrants will avoid Italian territory which leaves Malta as their only remaining option as a Safe option in getting into Europe. This augurs well in the recent investments that the Maltese Government is undertaking in expanding and refurbishing illegal immigrants reception centre in Malta. It is also obvious that with Italy out of the picture, Frontex serving as a ferry service for illegal immigrants to Malta, and the Expansion of receptions centers in Malta, can only mean that not only the Maltese Government lied again to the Maltese Public regarding illegal immigration, on the contrary, he is preparing Malta from a massive influx of illegal immigrants, rumors has it that even detention will be reduced to four months after June.

Well I hope that the Maltese public is happy now that they assisted in sentencing our very existence out of Malta. I gave up on my home Country and it looks like it is set to be doomed back into poverty and an eventual Islamic state of Malta. ,I will be not surprised to In the future see our Maltese girls back in their ‘ghonnela’ and all their rights acquired in the last couple of decades lost to Islam, as there is enough of them to over run our security forces (police and military), then the Island is theirs, our statesman that betrayed you now don’t expect them to fight for you then as they will be gone to their ‘second’ home in Europe. Italy’s Frattini was right, turn Malta into an illegal migrant’s refuge for Europe. That day is fast approaching and its not a matter of if but of when.

By the Maltese Government back stabbing Italy in Europe and on the world stage regarding Italy’s stance and recently Italian Parliament laws regarding illegal immigration to protect Italy and the Italian citizens from illegal immigration invasion of Italian property, will in no way help Malta and the Maltese. Trying to get a free ride by demonizing Italy’s stance will in no way prevent Malta’s illegal Immigrant invasion of the islands. By letting NGO’s run the Country will only further our suspicions’ of the Maltese Government betrayal to the Nation and abdication of ALL MP’s responsibility towards our security and welfare. They betrayed us for the unaccountable amount of euros they stole from Europe. After June elections for European MEP’s Malta is doomed. Trust the PL and PN, better trust the devil, or else you are a brainless fool!!

Reported Today on The Times of Malta:</strong>

Friday, 15th May 2009
Frontex mission will not send migrants back to Libya
Ivan Camilleri, Brussels

The EU’s anti-immigration patrols will not turn back immigrants to Libya, as Italy is doing, but “will keep on following the current rules of engagement as established since 2006”.
“At the moment Frontex does not plan to change the operational plan for the Nautilus 2009. The Italian development is based on bilateral agreements between Italy and Libya. Frontex is coordinating cooperation between member states but the command and control stays in hands of the hosting country.”

The mission, in fact, is being hosted by Malta and according to a Frontex spokesman speaking to The Times yesterday from Warsaw, everything is business as usual and Frontex does not have any intention to return people to Libya, which is Italy’s new policy.
So far the Commission has failed to comment on Italy’s practice which has been heavily criticised by the UN’s refugee agency UNHCR, the Vatican’s commission on migration and even the Council of Europe for breaching migrants’ human rights.

The main line of protest is that by pushing migrants back out to sea, Italy is not giving immigrants an opportunity to apply for asylum as it is their right to.

Apart from Malta, which is hosting the mission through its armed forces, this year’s €10 million EU patrol mission is also being assisted by two helicopters from Germany and an aircraft from Luxembourg.

Italy and Finland are also taking part through experts who will assist the Maltese authorities.

It is not yet clear what the Frontex mission has achieved so far although the number of illegal immigrants coming to Malta since the start of the operation last month has been very limited. Similar operations during the past three years have not really had the desired effect as Malta was still reached by thousands of illegal immigrants.

According to the rules of engagement used in past years, the Frontex mission will only intervene if immigrants are in distress. In these cases, they are given help and taken to the nearest safe port.

Meanwhile, following last week’s development when Libya started taking back illegal immigrants found by Italy in international waters, the two countries are expected to start joint patrols for the first time in Libya’s territorial waters.

Yesterday, a ceremony was held in the Port of Gaeta in which Italy officially passed on to Libya three patrol boats to be used in these missions.

Italy’s Interior Minister Roberto Maroni said during the ceremony that Italy was investing to secure Europe’s borders and the EU should take note and start doing the same to help countries such as Italy, Malta and Greece.

These joint patrols, which were meant to have got under way earlier in the year but were postponed several times, form part of a bilateral agreement signed between Rome and Tripoli which also includes substantial financial assistance to Libya.

According to Minister Maroni, these joint patrols should stop illegal immigrants departing from Libya to Lampedusa and southern Italy. Almost all illegal immigrants arriving in Malta leave from the 2,000 kilometre long Libyan coast.

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Malta Government Back Stabs Italy and the Italians

The Maltese Government, last week tried to ease the Maltese Public preoccupation, by stating that illegal immigrants will be assisted in their needs at sea if required and let them get underway to their destination. This is after Italy has been trying its best to stop illegal immigration by patrolling international waters and illegal immigrants found at sea, were and will be taken back to Libya (their point of departure) following an expensive agreement Italy made with the Libyan Authorities and investing in giving the Libyan Authorities new fast patrol vessels for deterring illegal immigrants reaching Italian shores and territories.

Again, today, in a news paper report from Brussels, contradicts the Maltese Government’s stance by indicating that Maltese patrols will be working with Frontex Patrol Missions and that their Mission rules of engagement have not changed and that illegal immigrants found in international waters will be taken to the close port of refuge. It is obvious that illegal immigrants will avoid Italian territory which leaves Malta as their only remaining option as a Safe option in getting into Europe. This augurs well in the recent investments that the Maltese Government is undertaking in expanding and refurbishing illegal immigrants reception centre in Malta. It is also obvious that with Italy out of the picture, Frontex serving as a ferry service for illegal immigrants to Malta, and the Expansion of receptions centers in Malta, can only mean that not only the Maltese Government lied again to the Maltese Public regarding illegal immigration, on the contrary, he is preparing Malta from a massive influx of illegal immigrants, rumors has it that even detention will be reduced to four months after June.

Well I hope that the Maltese public is happy now that they assisted in sentencing our very existence out of Malta. I gave up on my home Country and it looks like it is set to be doomed back into poverty and an eventual Islamic state of Malta. I have decided to abandon Malta and will move to another European Country, come to think of it looking at housing prices in a lot of European Countries a better investment for me and my family. I will visit in the future and hope to see our Maltese girls back in their ‘ghonnela’ and all their rights acquired in the last couple of decades lost to Islam, as there is enough of them to over run our security forces (police and military), then the Island is theirs, our statesman that betrayed you now don’t expect them to fight for you then as they will be gone to their ‘second’ home in Europe. Italy’s Frattini was right, turn Malta into an illegal migrant’s refuge for Europe. That day is fast approaching and its not a matter of if but of when.

By the Maltese Government back stabbing Italy in Europe and on the world stage regarding Italy’s stance and recently Italian Parliament laws regarding illegal immigration to protect Italy and the Italian citizens from illegal immigration invasion of Italian property, will in no way help Malta and the Maltese. Trying to get a free ride by demonizing Italy’s stance will in no way prevent Malta’s illegal Immigrant invasion of the islands. By letting NGO’s run the Country will only further our suspicions’ of the Maltese Government betrayal to the Nation and abdication of ALL MP’s responsibility towards our security and welfare. They betrayed us for the unaccountable amount of euros they stole from Europe. After June elections for European MEP’s Malta is doomed. Trust the PL and PN, better trust the devil, or else you are a brainless fool!!

Reported Today on The Times of Malta

Friday, 15th May 2009
Frontex mission will not send migrants back to Libya
Ivan Camilleri, Brussels

The EU’s anti-immigration patrols will not turn back immigrants to Libya, as Italy is doing, but “will keep on following the current rules of engagement as established since 2006″.
“At the moment Frontex does not plan to change the operational plan for the Nautilus 2009. The Italian development is based on bilateral agreements between Italy and Libya. Frontex is coordinating cooperation between member states but the command and control stays in hands of the hosting country.”

The mission, in fact, is being hosted by Malta and according to a Frontex spokesman speaking to The Times yesterday from Warsaw, everything is business as usual and Frontex does not have any intention to return people to Libya, which is Italy’s new policy.
So far the Commission has failed to comment on Italy’s practice which has been heavily criticised by the UN’s refugee agency UNHCR, the Vatican’s commission on migration and even the Council of Europe for breaching migrants’ human rights.

The main line of protest is that by pushing migrants back out to sea, Italy is not giving immigrants an opportunity to apply for asylum as it is their right to.

Apart from Malta, which is hosting the mission through its armed forces, this year’s €10 million EU patrol mission is also being assisted by two helicopters from Germany and an aircraft from Luxembourg.

Italy and Finland are also taking part through experts who will assist the Maltese authorities.

It is not yet clear what the Frontex mission has achieved so far although the number of illegal immigrants coming to Malta since the start of the operation last month has been very limited. Similar operations during the past three years have not really had the desired effect as Malta was still reached by thousands of illegal immigrants.

According to the rules of engagement used in past years, the Frontex mission will only intervene if immigrants are in distress. In these cases, they are given help and taken to the nearest safe port.

Meanwhile, following last week’s development when Libya started taking back illegal immigrants found by Italy in international waters, the two countries are expected to start joint patrols for the first time in Libya’s territorial waters.

Yesterday, a ceremony was held in the Port of Gaeta in which Italy officially passed on to Libya three patrol boats to be used in these missions.

Italy’s Interior Minister Roberto Maroni said during the ceremony that Italy was investing to secure Europe’s borders and the EU should take note and start doing the same to help countries such as Italy, Malta and Greece.

These joint patrols, which were meant to have got under way earlier in the year but were postponed several times, form part of a bilateral agreement signed between Rome and Tripoli which also includes substantial financial assistance to Libya.

According to Minister Maroni, these joint patrols should stop illegal immigrants departing from Libya to Lampedusa and southern Italy. Almost all illegal immigrants arriving in Malta leave from the 2,000 kilometre long Libyan coast.

May 15, 2009 Posted by | Amnesty International, Illegal Immigration, Incompetent Malta Government, Italy, Jesuits, Libya, Malta, Malta corruption, Malta Government, Malta Labour Party, Malta Nationalist Party, Malta Newspapers, Malta NGO's, Malta Police Force, Malta Prime Minister, Maltese, Médecins Sans Frontières, Médecins Sans Frontières, MLP, MSF, NGO groups, NGO's, PN, UN Agencies, UNHCR, United Nations | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Malta Illegal Immigrants Disturbances (Plain English: Riots)

What spineless leaders and representatives have we elected to protect our Country’s security. I am now starting to believe those that used to say before joining the EU that we will be sell our Sovreign right to govern our destiny, and they are being proven right.
Our Parliamentary representatives from all the Political spectrum have failed the Maltese Nation’s security. The daily disturbances (another Governmental and Media gimmick as they should be reported as RIOTS) are getting frequent and more violent. This violence is directed at those that sacrificed their life in going out in rough and severe weather to save their lives from sure death at sea.
Maybe at least our beloved SERVANTS in Parliament (as that is how they like to portray themselves) should at least amend our National Constitution to include the right to bear arms, because sure as hell our own Government is not capable to withhold our National Security, so if anarchy will be the rule, at least as citizens we will able to defend our own property and family.
It looks like the Jesuits (see other article) are getting their dreams fulfilled in destabilising our Country and our right to live in peace for their own greedy gain. No Government or World body have the right to destabilise our Country , if we have a Country and not refugees or hostages in our Country.
I said it more than once, We should train them in peace missions and give them back to the UN for Peacekeeping Missions in Africa, at least they can Civilise and uncivilised continent. They should make them enlist in a regiment for peace keeping with no option of leaving detention unless they opt to join. After all there is nothing in the UN charter in assisting displaced people to regain their right to live and return to their Country of origin. They will be under UN protection and no Government provokes risking killing or attacking UN peacekeepers.
Our parliamentary representatives are now being exposed, and the wolf is being seen dressed sheep clothing, other wise they will act. They have the tools and laws that empowers them to declare a state of emergency and can use the state power to protect the citizens at all cost. The EU and the UN can rot in the Jesuit’s hell as WE ALL DEMAND TO LIVE IN PEACE IN OUR OWN COUNTRY.

February 14, 2009 Posted by | Army, Gonzi, Hostage, Illegal Immegration, Illegal Immigrants Riot, Illegal Immigration, Incompetent Malta Government, Malta, Malta Government, Malta Labour Party, Malta Nationalist Party, Malta Prime Minister, Maltese, NGO's, PN, Riots, Terrorism, United Nations | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Malta Police Force

Imagine a Country where busses, taxi drivers, and mini bus drivers block off completely roads of national importance. Like roads to Airport, access to Cruise liner terminals, road leading to the Capital or main city. Even emergency services are blocked access of free passage the likes of ambulances on an emergency call. Imagine of private company coach transport drivers are stopped beaten up, coach keys stolen in full view of foreign visitors. Imagine being a foreigner having to go to the airport to catch your flight home and there is no means of transport and having to walk kilometers in the scorching heat tugging your luggage. Imagine that all this is happening in full view of the police force with no effort in giving safe passage and access to motorists trying to go about their daily work or tourist to enjoying their visit by going on site seeing tours. Imagine that the Government subsidies their transport service. Imagine there is no means to transport the dead for burial and given a dignified funeral service.

I bet you would think of an African nation, the likes of Robert Mugabe’s Zimbabwe. No, Welcome to the Island of Malta. Where recently the Minister in-charge of transport liberalized the Funeral Hearse Transport for competition. The result was a full blown strike of all transport services on the Island.

Of course. Strikes and protest are a worker’s right. What is not right is the abuse. They are blocking public roads where the disruption of the right of thousands of workers to go about their work. What is not right is closing off access to the Airport. What is not right is not giving access to emergency services. What is not right is that illegal parking and other driving violations are not booked and fined.

While I can admire the courage of the transport Minister Mr. Austin Gatt, I cannot but abhor the Prime Minister’s inaction to remove violet thugs from the roads. I am surprised that although the transport licensing system is monopolized and issued to provide a service, the license is not revoked for those not giving a service as provided on the license provision and their vehicles removed off the road. We were told that Government revoked subsides for licensing the bus insurance, which obviously means that all busses on the roads are now illegally on the road without insurance.

I congratulate Mr. Gatt the honorable Minister of Transport, but I hope and wish you can take Prime Minister Gonzi’s place, as you showed competence in your job far more better than the Prime Minister. You got the admiration and support of the vast majority of our nation that is willing to back and support your decision because the final benefit will be for better completion and service to the public. An issue that has been dragging for ages that past incompetent Ministers did not have the courage to tackle and left it all to you Minister Gatt, don’t be discouraged or given in to the blackmailers, that are terrorizing and taking the whole Nation as hostages;

I must shame the other Ministries that should give better supporting service to the Transport Minister, Namely the Minister in charge of the armed forces and the Police Force for not clamping down on illegalities immediately as they happen. That can only mean one thing, that these Ministers are incompetent in doing their assigned job and are in it because of the money or because papa was their so you can ride on his behalf.

The roles of the army have changed to a water taxi services to bring in illegal immigrants. Which thank God they didn’t spring to the occasion and make their own riots and escaping from detention? That would have really spread eagled the Police Force. The police force is fast acquiring the reputation of Police Farce, for their inability to protect the public from the illegal rampage. While all industries and commerce is suffering millions of Euros losses from abusive transport workers.

Is this the European State of Malta, still with the 1900’s mentality of protectionism, wanting everything in Government handouts for no service? With a Government that is weak with thugs and hooligans while Strong and mighty with the honest law abiding citizens. Is this the best protection that the Prime Minister Mr. Gonzi can grantee to the citizens for their millions of Euros paid in taxes? Again no signs of leader except amateurs to run our Government save Mr. Gatt.

July 16, 2008 Posted by | Army, Busses, Gonzi, Hooligans, Hostage, Malta Airport, Malta Police Force, Malta Taxi, Malta Transport, Minister Gatt, Terrorism, Thugs | , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Malta Public Transport

What a refreshing gesture from the Ministry in charge of Transport in Malta. Well done Honorable Austin Gatt for a firm decision to eradicate monopolized system in the funeral hearse transport system. I just hope that now that the transport ‘bullying’ and public blackmail approach being taken by the Malta transport federation or Public Transport Association   is addressed by the Minister in liberalizing the whole sector to create a real completive transport system for the benefit of the public.

We need more of Ministers like Austin Gatt and John Dalli, that have a vision and know what direction and destiny that has to be reached, without being intimidated or succumb to blackmail from federations or unions, go for it, you’re doing and exceeding the public expectations. You know we deserve the best and doing your utmost to give us the best. The Prime Minister should learn a thing or two by your actions and should insist on other Ministries to act in the same manner or resign their posts to others that have the guts and ability to act. I hope that the Minister will not succumb to pressure from unions and Federations as he is on the right track, he should also seek legislation to illegalize full industrial actions in vital sectors and revoke licenses to those that do not provide a public service, especially those that have a monopoly in providing a vital service. How many times we heard that fares on buses had to increase so that they modernize their buses, but still having a majority of ex-world war 2 vehicles in our public transport system. It’s due time to take the bull by the horn and reform those that use delaying tactics in reforming. Again well done and the police force must do their role in bringing to justice those that harass or take the law in their own hands, no place for bullies and arrogance as used by some in the transport system.

July 14, 2008 Posted by | 1, Malta Busses, Malta Transport, Malta Transport Federation, Public Transport Association | , , , , , | Leave a comment