May 27, 2012 at 9:22am
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The people behind the Great Leader do not look like a happy lot.
Bhal meta kien(u) maz-zaghzagh fil-kampanja kontra l-EU membership ta’ Malta.
Until a year ago, whenever he mentioned the middle class, he would differentiate between Eddie Fenech Adami and Lawrence Gonzi, blaming the latter for having betrayed the PN’s philosophy.
Now that Yana sits behind him, the names have been dropped. I wonder why.
Because it is not natural for the Labour Party to move to the next level in education and it’s incapable of guaranteeing businessmen peace of mind so crucial for investment. His statements are clearly not sincere.
Labour has just shown that it still favours the Kim Il Sung ideology and will resort to an autocratic regime should the economy recede and probably adopt again the Juche idea.
By “middle class gdida” he means replacing the present one.
If that is not a threat, I do not know what is.
He has to build a socialist “middle class gdida.”
They’ll never get the difference between western style politics and realsocialist social engineering.
They think that by simply providing anodyne, wishy washy terminology, the electorate cannot elaborate the implications.
I wouldn’t mind it that much if they had a history of being the left within the western bloc, problem is, they’re hardliners when it comes to basic notions of free speech, market economics and respect of stakeholders.
Joseph mumbled something to that effect initially. He’s utterly lost nowadays, the honeymoon over. One nearly senses his discomfort having to give in to the old and familiar to keep a sembiance of leadership. Not to mention a crumbling advantage. .
His mantra, how fed up we are, has become an irony of sorts.
I love the way Joseph Muscat is forcing those Laburisti to look at him wearing a blue tie, standing in front of a blue background, with no Labour flag in sight.
Some of his supporters even wore blue T-shirts or ties. They clearly, clearly hate it.
What they really want to do, deep inside, is wave their (old) Labour flag and shout “Viva l-Labour, viva l-Labour, hej hej hej”.
“What they really want to do, deep inside, is wave their (old) Labour flag and shout “Viva l-Labour, viva l-Labour, hej hej hej”.”
They will have time. After the general elections. While the Dear Leader, wearing his red tie, waves to the masses from the balcony at the Mile End.
Let’s ransack his curia shall we Joseph? Wear your tie, it should get us in.
“…meta qabel kienet tahdem aktar u timxi aktar ‘il quddiem”.
When was this exactly? Under the previous PN Administrations? Certainly not during the “Golden Years”. It is good to see that Joseph Muscat is acknowledging that life under the PN was not so bad after all.
We cannot expect him to say that for life today can we? I mean, with all these people not going out, not buying things, all the empty shops and empty roads. But for yesteryear he can say it. After all, for once, he’s just telling the truth.
IN a couple of years’ time he’ll be free and telling the truth of saying exactly the same thing for today. However, we’ll also be eligible (though probably not free) to say the same things he’s saying today to describe our plight of the day should he be elected.
So let’s vote with our heads not with somewhere else.
Ha jerga jibda iggib ic-cikkulata.+
Is it just my impression that our little Joey has had a jaw transplant to accompany his hair transplant? The jowls seem to have grown somewhat. Could be gravity, I guess.
Gravity? Well, it certainly isn’t gravitas.
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