Leader of Maltese patriots group is worried about eating lampuki which might have nibbled on drowned Africans with Ebola

Published: April 20, 2015 at 1:41am

Alex Pisani – a living, breathing monument to the dangers of isolating from the rest of the world a few tens of thousands of socio-educationally deprived people and then having them mix and breed only with each other from birth to death in a state of ignorance – is the leader of a patriots group made up of sub-literate people who want to protect Malta from ‘integration’.

And by their own admission they do not know what ‘integration’ is (“l-integration hadd ma jaf xi tfisser”) but still they are collecting signatures on a petition to hold a referendum against integration, “ghax issa l-integration ha jaghmluha ligi”).

They have worked out that referendums brought by popular petition can only be used against a piece of legislation, so they are trying for a pre-emptive strike – though they are not quite sure what integration means.

All they know is that they are against outsiders, especially black ones who are African and who have a different religion, ghax Malta ghall-Maltin biss, hi.

It’s pointless trying to explain to people as self-involved as Alex Pisani and his patriots that many Maltese, myself included, think of other Maltese like him as culturally alien and with whom we have absolutely nothing in common. And that’s how people like him think of us – he would gladly see us drown with African immigrants so that the whole of Malta can be taken over (as though it hasn’t been already) by people like him.

Now Pisani, in the face of tragedy yesterday in which more than 600 people are feared drowned, has but one concern. Will fish be safe to eat? He’s going to err on the side of caution, and not eat any fish at all, because some of those Africans who drowned might have had Ebola.

He’s particularly worried about lampuki.

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21 Comments Comment

  1. Jim says:

    ‘jispiccaw fuq il-mejda taghna l-Maltin’. The conceit and collective narcissism of so many Maltese is extraordinary.

  2. Maria Brincat says:

    Oh dear God.

  3. Kevin says:

    Joint Nobel peace and medicine prize subito.

  4. Daphne Caruana Galizia says:

    UKIP? Hardly. This is more BNP.

  5. Sea Bastion says:

    Like Daphne said, these morons do not know the true meaning of integration, which shows their level of intelligence and life experience.

    Leaving aside immigrants and other non-nationals who come live in Malta, I’d say that the Maltese themselves have integrated with each other without problems, quite well.

    Just look at the different types of Maltese people: you have total ħamalli; you have the tal-mużew people; and you also have the upper middle class people who might as well be from another country altogether.

    Then you have someone like me, an ordinary open-minded guy surrounded by a bunch of Mintoff-loving ħamalli who might think of me as a ‘kiesaħ tal-pepe’, all because I do not share their table manners and każin-going lifestyle, even though I come from a working-class background like they do.

    But at the end of the day we all live in harmony and contribute to society without trying to get our noses into each other’s business.

    That is integration, not being ‘forced’ to live with ‘suwed’ and ‘Misilmin’.

    There is no hope and no cure for people like this Alex Pisani fellow.

    There are the consequences of living in a microscopic country like Malta. Thank goodness we are in the EU.

  6. La Redoute says:

    The traits are found in the same people.

  7. Sea Bastion says:

    That is very true. I have a cousin who is a software developer just pushing 30, and he is basically like this Alex Pisani here, with a little bit more ħdura.

  8. Sea Bastion says:

    I have noticed that people who involve themselves in this racist and bigoted attitude have developed their own jargon/vocabulary on Facebook and in real life as well which consist of words such as:

    “ġaħan” to refer to the ‘stupid Maltese’ who are not racist and bigoted like them (I think Norman Lowell started this trend);

    “PLPN” or “PNPL” (as if they are one entity) because they are probably pissed off with the two-party system which prevents Imperium Europa from being elected or because they just hate politicians who are not ‘kburin li Maltin u bojod’.
    ;

    “diversita” because they don’t know that the Maltese themselves already have diversity (just compare a random Mintoffjan with someone from Sliema or Gozo).

    I really give up on these people.

  9. David Meilak says:

    Everyone wants to be a leader, even if they have to invent a group like the Cadbury Chocolate or Snickers Bar group.

  10. Undercover says:

    Kif jghidu bit-Taljan “non c’e piu religion”

  11. Sea Bastion says:

    You have a point ,Manuel, but keep in mind that it is not just the blinded Mintoffjani who have these racist sentiments.

    Just as there are Labour supporters of the diehard Mintoffian kind, there are also Nationalist supporters who still have the pre-Fenech Adami era right-wing-bella-patria mentality which makes them hostile towards black people, Muslims and any suggestion that Malta itself has any Muslim heritage at all or historical connections with North Africa.

    That is why I still don’t like the Labour Party, because it still has people with the kind of backward mentality that the Nationalist Party ditched years ago when Fenech Adami moved it more to the centre.

    There is also the possibility of the typical Maltese insular mentality which transcends political beliefs.

  12. Undercover says:

    In this situation there is a greater chance of receiving refugees rather than illegal migrants because they are fleeing Libya because of persecution by ISIS.

  13. vic says:

    Biex tkun patrijott, hemm bzonn li ma tkunx taf tikteb bil-Malti?

  14. Ms.D.Galea says:

    Why anyone should be giving publicity to the posts of this brainless organism is beyond me.

    An amoeba would make more sense.

  15. Plutarch says:

    ‘Patrijotti’ is a misnomer. It’s more like Patetici or Patologici Maltin.

    Dregs of society, despite their pretentions to the contrary.

  16. La Redoute says:

    Around where I live, people’s lives revolve around the Catholic Church – both the institution and the building. Mine doesn’t.

  17. La Redoute says:

    Farrugia is obsessed with guns and Norman Lowell.

  18. La Redoute says:

    Name and shame, or it isn’t true.

  19. Daphne Caruana Galizia says:

    ‘They should be lined up and shot’ is an idiomatic expression in British English.

  20. Daphne Caruana Galizia says:

    In idiomatic English, the word for female humans is ‘women’.

    Try using it.

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