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Kemm ahna bully.
Ahna ahna jew mahniex. Dawn x’pulcinellati huma. Grow up Joseph, grow up Labour. The whole world is looking and pondering.
I am sure Europe will be impressed….when Lord Egrant is unmasked.
What happened to the goverment?
These billboards are totally inappropriate. I sincerely hope that someone has the good sense to remove them immediately.The Presidency brings with it political responsibility that must be shouldered with sobriety. It is not an occasion to ‘take centre stage’ and make a fool of yourself bil-fanfarunati.
This is all so childish and so embarrassing. Whoever is creating these billboards certainly is not familiar with the English language.
L-aqwa fl-Ewropa, ghall-korruzzjoni.
A blatant message of a separatist mentality, being made during one of the worst possible periods in the European Union’s history, when one of unity and harmony should have been made instead. The mindset behind the presidency for the union is wrong on so many levels.
Geez, this is too embarrassing for words. How about|:
“Thank Christ for the Nationalists. We wouldn’t be hosting you were it not for them.”
Ask not what Europe can do for your country, but what your country can do for Europe.
As true European patriots, don’t miss the Strasbourg Key Debate on January 18. It’s the only occasion when a Maltese prime minister will present the Programme of the Maltese Council Presidency – ever: http://www.europarl.europa.eu/sides/getDoc.do?type=AGENDA&reference=20170118&secondRef=SIT&language=EN#D-21
Some call it the Midas Touch. Others say it’s plain luck. I’d say it’s all concocted by the very same Greek gods which St Paul called the ‘forces of darkness’.
They are falling over themselves to appear more European than Jean Monnet. Just a few years after falling themselves to appear as anti-EU as they come.
Lejber. Consistently inconsistent.
Oh dear, very Trumplike. This Island is not big enough for such posters.
Tal-misthija aktar milli tal-vavi, Nin, ghad li ghadhom kollha bil-harqa.
Let’s keep these for the record:
The first one cracked me up. How childish. What kind of qualifications does the communication team have? Expertise in Twitter posts?
Yes there’s a “big” cultural programme and they are spending millions on marketing it in this primary level language on billboards. Mercy Mercy