What a weak character

Published: February 1, 2015 at 6:01pm

Men like this don’t know whether they’re coming or going. And that is not a political judgement, either.

15 Comments Comment

  1. P Shaw says:

    It tells you a lot about the PN filtering process.
    “politika biex isservi” – this is like “Is-sewwa jirbah zgur” with all due respect to all that he achieved for Malta, but this is another one of Eddie Fenech Adami’s utopian myths.

    • H.P. Baxxter says:

      Yes, yes, yes, and yes. When a party believes its own bullshit, there’s no way it can win anything.

    • bob-a-job says:

      “Is-sewwa jirbah zgur” should be taken within the context of the times it was conceived.

      For those who didn’t live the ‘Golden Years’ it is meaningless for the rest it was the light at the end of the tunnel, a hope that the situation would eventually change.

      I remember heaving a sigh of relief every time I went abroad. It was like a heavy curtain being lifted and I’m sure I wasn’t the only one to feel that way.

  2. PWG says:

    Unprincipled beyond belief. The ‘man’ should be ashamed of himself. Joins the Labour skip with excellent credentials.

  3. Joe Fenech says:

    Another indication that Malta needs one bloody urgent mental health assessment.

    • P Shaw says:

      Malta needs a mandatory military service. Look at the Israelis and the character/stamina they build.

      Most of the successful Israeli CEOs owe their success to their years in the military.

      [Daphne – Tosh. Italy had mandatory military service for men until 10 years ago, and just look at them.]

  4. Manuel says:

    “Jibqa’ umli u jhaddan il-valuri li dejjem emmen fihom.” It’s all crap.

    Castaldi Paris was on the flight to Rome on the day after the elections. He did not stay behind to dance to the music of defeat and face the consequences and the media together with his party. Now that’s humility and values for you.

  5. Be-witched says:

    Veru xempju ta’ Irgulija.

  6. zunzana says:

    L-anqas temmen li bniedem bhal Castaldi jaqa’ daqshekk ghan-nejk. Kieku irrizenja mill-partit fuq xi haga li m’ghogbitux, ma jimpurtax, izda li tmur totalment kontra dak li kont ghidt bl-akbar serjeta fuq valuri u lejalta, hi tal-biki

  7. Giraffa says:

    Castaldi Paris was all over Radio 101 and Net TV 4 years ago and pushing himself forward. Can somebody dig up some of his comments when he denigrated Joseph Muscat and the Labour Party?

  8. Paroli Paroli says:

    Weak indeed. Ian comes out as a very nice man, full of cliches. Principles are theoretical and theatrical only. Shallow principled man who seeks opportunities and he seriously lacks credibility.

    Listen to this interview and we see he has done the perfect opposite. Can anyone really take this person seriously?

  9. Pawlu says:

    Meta nhares lejn dan it-tifel nara lill x`hadd iehor li kien nutar bhalu u spicca l-habs. J`Alla ma jigrilux bhalu.

  10. gn says:


    smajt l-ewwel sentenza tal-clip u nfqajt nidhak.


  11. Maria Dolores Cassar says:

    Mr. Castaldi Paris needs to look up the true meaning of values and loyalty (his last words in the interview) but it seems he is not so inclined.

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