Labour's Equal Opportunities' Officer has last week gone on a racist hate-inciting rant on facebook, which is becoming typical of Labour sympathisers (in essence, smelling the coffee the Prime Minister decided to brew).
She followed this up by describing the articles published on MaltaToday and Daphne Caruana Galizia's blog as 'mud-throwing attacks', revealing the poor notion of democracy this young woman has. Again, typical of this government's mentality of describing any form of criticism as an 'attack'.
She decided to put all immigrants in one basket and say they 'have no respect for the citizens of Malta' and inciting us not to 'respect them'. It's the equivalent of an American saying that all Maltese should be thrown out of the US for 'not respecting us' because a Maltese kidnapped and murdered an American. Given that some Maltese people are themselves immigrants, and as equal opportunities officer she should be the one inciting us to respect them, this is in itself not only scandalous but contrary to whatever equal opportunities Labour is trying to make us believe it wants to promote.
Now we have come to discover that this patriotic young woman who wants to save our country by inciting us not to respect immigrants and sending them back, has gone off to Las Vegas for a freely paid holiday off our taxes, in the company of a few other Labour acolytes (read article here), for the Global Gaming Expo without her or any of her other companions having any expertise or competence in promoting Malta as a gaming jurisdiction (Ramona Frendo might give us another lecture on meritocracy here).
Apart from the fact that this government and its acolytes are slowly resembling a bunch of beggars grabbing as much as they can while they have the chance, freeloading off our taxes at every possible opportunity, "making the most of it" as Michelle Muscat told us she'll do, this behaviour seems very ironic for someone who wants us to believe that she puts us "first and foremost".
Well Rachel, I think that if we want to put Malta "first and foremost" it is actually people like you who we should be doing away with and who we might stop respecting. People who try to grab as much as they can for themselves while they cut costs in everything from healthcare to education - and then hypocritically use blacks as their scapegoats.