“I voted Labour because it’s hip.” R-i-g-h-t.

Published: April 7, 2013 at 9:08pm

21 Comments Comment

  1. H.P. Baxxter says:

    Everyone’d better read on, because I can reveal the exam question in this year’s Systems of Knowledge A level.

    Q: The photograph above shows “ghana” singers at this year’s Ghanafest. What do they represent?

    Choose the right answer from the options below:

    1) Norman Lowell’s “alta cultura”

    2) Kenneth’s “contemporary art”

    3) Astrid’s “baroque”

    4) Oliver Friggieri’s “minn dejjem Ewropej”

    5) Eman Pulis’s “LoveSexy”

  2. Jimmy says:

    Literally singing his praises…

  3. Zammit says:

    Wow, I wonder if the West End producers will turn green with envy looking at this lot?

    Jose looked incredibly relaxed and comfortable being amongst this lot. He should have joined in singing his favourite tune – “F’gh*xx Gonzi taghkom” – like he did a couple of years ago in parliament.

  4. Peter F says:

    Is Jose’ squirming?

    • Oscar says:

      Yes squirming, and saying to himself, “WTF am I doing here? Issa tara Joseph kif sejjer inpattijilek”

      • caflanga says:

        He’s totally cornered. No good criminal lawyer allows himself to be put in that position.

  5. Jimmy says:

    The real issue here is that the taxpayer’s money is already being used to fund Joseph Muscat’s next 5-year-long election campaign.

  6. Matthew S says:

    Such political insight by a six year old.

    Why is Labour only going to extend voting rights to 16 and 17 year olds while discriminating against all those 10 year old political geniuses?

    I propose extending voting rights to anyone alive, including the unborn.

    In the future, adults who voted when still unborn will talk with the same revered tone about Labour and their struggle for universal suffrage in the same way that Kenneth Zammit Tabona talks about Labour legalising sodomy under Mintoff.

  7. G Borg says:

    Dawn bis-serjeta’?

    I cannot understand how this trash can be even remotely assembled with culture – at most the byproduct of the sub-culture of the lowest of the lower, uneducated classes. This is THE celebration of pure mediocrity.

    The ‘gentleman’ speaks that this is for all the family. Yes, definitely for all decent families to stay at the longest distance possible away from.

  8. MD says:

    X’pastazata … roughshod all the way from parliament to the bars

  9. tom says:

    Yes Jose, this is what you got. Meanwhile, Manuel sends his regards.

  10. Min Weber says:

    Despite the hype, that little kid Nordai is quite sagacious (or his grandpa, actually).

    He’s warning Muscat: now don’t let that enormous majority go to your head: do not forget us.

    I think this ghana thing did more harm than good to Joseph. Wise people are far-sighted.

  11. Wilson says:

    Serves him right for assuming that he would be the next justice minister and even holding meetings with judges while he was in Opposition.

  12. Franco says:

    Ma’ dawk l-ghannejja hemm wiehed burdnar Laburist li kellu t-tifla gharusa lil wiehed habrieki u avukat kriminali tajjeb jghidulu Tal-Izgej.

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