So the head of state is a member of Facebook group Laburisti Sal-Mewt

Published: May 9, 2017 at 10:10pm




12 Comments Comment

  1. Chrys Mangion says:

    In fairness anyone can add anyone to a group. I recently found myself in a group of that manche maniac and I would never dream of joining anything like that.

    • Roy Brown says:

      It’s a vetted group, with an admin that approves posts before they appear. One wouldn’t want to burst their bubble where everything is red and happy.

  2. Peter Pan says:

    And she appealed to all Maltese and Gozitans of good will to use social media, and other tools and opportunities, to remind and educate one another about more ethical relationships and communication, and to participate in social dialogue that stimulates thought, without causing fear.

  3. J Sammut says:

    Given that they look presumptuous, they wouldn’t mind trying.

    Fools rush in where angels fear to thread.

  4. Joe Fenech says:

    If anyone says anything positive about the bloody Indipendenza, they’re going to have to face God’s wrath.

  5. Jozef says:

    It’s even worse, your president is betraying you by proclaiming irrevocable support for that which is not the nation.

    If this place were real, there would be grounds for impeachment.

    Lanqas Donald Trump.

  6. Another John says:

    And issue an apology stating the reason she’s in the group.

  7. Neo says:

    You’re wrong, unfortunately. They do run the country. Most of them end up as ‘ersons of trust’ and the results show.

  8. Mim says:

    I am not surprised that she is, just surprised that anyone can fail to see behind the facade.

  9. Mark Bartolo says:

    Simple: redefine impartiality! We can do it in a normal country.

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