We’re the ones who should be suing them for the disaster they’ve brought to Malta

Published: May 12, 2017 at 1:41am

Malta must be the only country in the civilised democratic world where politicians do not only think it is normal and acceptable to sue journalists, but they actually think it is a good PR response which improves their image.

At this advanced stage, however, it is quite clear that the entire gang and those who make money off it and with it are suing as an intimidation strategy as they retreat under siege.

Over the past few weeks I have been hit with around 30 libel suits all filed by members of the crooked clique: Phyllis Muscat, Silvio Debono (19 from him alone), Joseph Muscat, Michelle Muscat, Keith Schembri and Konrad Mizzi. Even Saviour Balzan planned to join in and take a false oath in court saying that Schembri didn’t call him at 1am, when he did. And let’s not forget that brothel-creeper Chris Cardona and his bald person of trust, with their four libel suits and €50,000 precautionary warrants on my bank account.

I have also received multiple threatening letters from Henley & Partners and their lawyers in London, with a warning not to publish their letters – what will they do if I do publish them, fly over and bite me? and an attempt at scaring me by saying that they will sue me in the “UK courts”.

It was all I could do to restrain myself from telling them where to shove their threats, lawyers’ letters and insufferable demands. They come here, flog the citizenship of MY country to hucksters and shysters from the shadiest (and sunniest) parts of the globe, and then begin throwing their weight around when they’re criticised. I had to remind them that they’re not in St Kitts & Nevis here. What a bunch of sleazy jerks.

And I have received one threatening letter and two threatening emails from lawyers working for that camel-trading Jordanian shyster, Hani Hasan Naji Al Salah, to whom the Great Joseph gave a large tract of public land at Zonqor Point for his supposed university that is actually going to be a prime piece of real estate on the Portomaso model developed by Ray Demicoli. And did you know the deal was brokered by Suha Arafat, against whom an international arrest warrant was raised a couple of days ago?

Now today we have Pilatus Bank, yelling and screaming that they’re going to sue “in the US courts” anybody who says anything about them that they don’t like, and that they have filed police reports in Malta. What a joke – can they possibly be serious. They file police reports while they’re being raided by the police and pulled apart under the magisterial inquiry.

How do they imagine all this is playing out to the public? Do they really imagine that they are safeguarding their reputation by going after journalists, rather than funnelling what’s left of their reputation even further down the spout of rapidly mounting public anger and contempt?

Out with the lot of them: Pilatus Bank, Henley & Partners, that sleaze from Jordan grubbing up Maltese land because he doesn’t have enough desert in his own country, and the people who make things happen for them – Keith Schembri, Konrad Mizzi, and Joseph Muscat.




9 Comments Comment

  1. callixtus says:

    Muscat’s Malta has become a magnet for the world’s sleaziest operators. And after sucking us dry, they’re trying to take away our freedom of expression and cow us into submission. I’m sure that the corruption uncovered so far is just the tip of an iceberg of Titanic proportions.

  2. Odyssey says:

    Good Lord! All these shady characters think that they have colonised Malta (and behave as that way), just because they are dealing with the worst elements of Maltese society – personified by Joseph Muscat, Keith Schembri, and Konrad Mizzi.

    All that reputation that was painfully built over the last 25 years, is disintegrating in front of our eyes.

    Malta is reputable as its weakest link.

  3. callixtus says:

    What an obviously coordinated campaign of intimidation. And “by coincidence”, Pilatus Bank and Henley & Partners came out with ridiculous, twin threats to sue in US and UK courts respectively.

    • Exactly. They also claim they have nothing to do with each other, when Henley & Partners hands out Pilatus Bank promotional material and directs its Maltese passport applicants to that bank, and the owner of the bank – Hasheminejad – bought his St Kitts & Nevis passport through Henley.

  4. Given a choice, the Maltese would have allowed the German Nazis and Italian fascists in, ghax ghalfejn tridu dan l-inkwiet kollu, hu. Then they would have collaborated with them wholesale, ghax you have to eat, ey.

    In fact, you still hear the argument today: “The British dragged us into their war.”

    AND THANK GOD THEY DID.

  5. Yes, this is not Germany, where the law prevents you publishing letters if the sender says ‘Do not publish’.

    Under Maltese law, letters are the property of those who receive them, to do with as they please. In sum, if you don’t want the recipient to show the letter about town, don’t send it in the first place.

  6. Corinne Vella says:

    How does that make sense? Banks which refused money laundering transactions have nothing to hide.

  7. Spiderman says:

    So a bank involved in money laundering, owned by an Iranian with a St Kitts & Nevis passport, is threatening to sue journalists in a US court. How can somebody even think that.

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