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Was, is and shall remain in favour of Maltese workers
and against Malta's membership of the European Union
The Maltese Catholic people were shocked when they came to know that on the order of the European Union Atheists, the Government, led by an ex-president of the Catholic Action, issued instructions so that during Good Friday and Easter Saturday Maltese flags shall not be raised so as not to insult people of other religions.
Therefore flags at half mast were not raised
* on the office of the Prime Minister at Castille,
* on the President’s Palace, at Valletta, and
* on Ministries,
* on the Police Depot, at Floriana, and
* on the police stations around Malta,
* while in some places Maltese and European Union flags were raised fully up the mast,
* such as the Mater Dei Hospital,
* near the Great Siege Bell, at Valletta, and
* on the Nationalist Party Club in Valletta.
While Malta became so servile to the European Union, that it carried out this shameful act, the Italian Embassy at Floriana, and the Italian Cultural Centre at St Georges Square, in Valletta, had flags at half mast.
It is not known if the ecclesiastical authorities in our country protested or not for this unexpected action from a country that boasts that it is Catholic and is not ashamed to profess its religious belief.
But there is no doubt that the vast majority of Maltese and Gozitans, of every political colour, despise those who are spineless in our country to submit to such orders from the European Union.
It should be remembered that in the campaign for the people to say yes to the membership agreement in the European Union, they used to tell us that Malta should become a member in the Union to be a missionary in Europe.
Five years after becoming members in the Union, we are seeing that we do not even have the courage to do our duty as Christians in our country, if these are not to the liking of the European Union atheists.
We believe that the people should show their disapproval for this great disrespect that was made on Good Friday and Easter Saturday, and therefore in the coming weeks we made up our mind to tell all the Maltese and Gozitans, whatever their political colour, how we should show our anger towards those who bowed their head to the European Union order, and how we should show the Union atheists that we are not going to continue to submit to their dictatorship whenever this would be against our beliefs, values and the culture of the Maltese people.
They had encouraged us to become members in the European Union to strengthen our Christian values.
Now we are finding that the European Union does not even want to hear about
A little while ago the European Commission had proposed a directive that no
* statues and
* other religious symbols be shown in public places.
This directive was passed by the Civil Liberties Committee of the European Parliament with 34 votes in favour and 7 against.
Now a few days ago the European Parliament in a plenary session voted in favour of this directive.
The vote was 363 in favour and 226 against.
The propagandists in Malta of membership in the European Union did all they can
to hide from the Maltese and Gozitan Christians this infamous decision of the
This decision continued to shame the European Union.
But one can expect it from the European Union that did not even accept to mention God in its Constitution and which denies financial aid to countries that do not permit the abortion of babies, and approves that in the Union member countries, persons be given help to terminate their lives not to continue to suffer (euthanasia).
Prior to the referendum on the membership of our country in the European Union, the propagandists (political and religious) of the Yes side had assured the Maltese and Gozitan Christians that the European Union embraces Christian principles, because its founders, such as Schuman, Adenauer and De Gasperi were practicing Christians
This was deceit because the Union today is led by an atheist clique that embraces a pagan policy and imposes it upon the people of all the countries members in the Union.
The European Parliament directive that prohibits crucifixes and religious symbols in public institutions or places where a service is given to the public means that
* crucifixes and religious symbols be removed from hospital wards,
* from school classes,
* from public offices,
* and even from shops,
* if they are objected to.
This would mean that in the most Catholic Malta the will of the atheist majority of the European Union is going to overcome the religious beliefs of twenty centuries of the Maltese and Gozitan people.
We boast that Saint Paul made our country Christian, and now, on the strength of the European Union propagandists, the union is going to remove our crucifixes from public places in our country.
What have we to wait for to rise up against these obscene impositions of the European Union?
They forces us to deny freedom and independence.
The filled us with thousands of illegal immigrants.
They closed our factories and the Shipyard.
They burdened us with taxes (VAT, eco-tax, levies, etc.)
They increased our cost of living
They smothered us with laws and regulations.
Now they want to destroy our customs and undermine our values.
Now they are even insulting our beliefs.
Official statistics shows that there are a great number of foreigners working in Malta.
Among them are 1,200 illegal immigrants that have been given a permit to work.
With them are not added many other immigrants that work without a permit.
The illegal immigrants are found working on different work places spread along the island,
* in factories,
* restaurants, and
* in refuse collection.
authorities know about this and allow it.
These illegal immigrants are
* taking the work of Maltese persons, and
* lowering the wages, and
* working conditions
* of the Maltese workers.
They reside in open centres
* without having to pay rent,
* neither for electricity
* nor for water,
* neither for the telephone
* nor for medicines,
* apart from being given a daily allowance.
Everything is paid for by the taxes paid by the Maltese people.
The financial burden of the illegal immigrants is not the worst trouble for our people.
Many are seriously worried about the diseases that the immigrants spread.
So much so that a little while ago Maltese doctors were sent to study the diseases that there are in African countries and which is being spread in Malta.
Because while Maltese people who want to go to these countries will be given many inoculations, the illegal immigrants come here and are allowed to roam among us without seeing whether they have any diseases.
They are hiding from the people the cases of contagious diseases that had been contracted from illegal immigrants.
It was not said how many soldiers have contracted TB or other diseases, and how many had contracted viruses from illegal immigrants at the hospital.
But lately it was announced that half of those with HIV in Malta are illegal immigrants
This is contracted through sexual contacts apart from other means.
They are not examining the illegal immigrants for this condition and for AIDS which is widespread in African countries.
That is why it is said that illegal immigration is a serious threat for the Maltese people, especially when the immigrants are being employed in places where food is prepared.
Mention is made of more than one illegal immigrant who started going out with a Maltese girl, got her pregnant and is intending to apply for Maltese citizenship so that he could then go to Europe or try to go to the United States of America.
The granting of Maltese citizenship has been enlightened too much.
These things are increasing the social burden that the country has to carry for the women and children who end up abandoned after some time.
The manner in which we are treating the great illegal immigration crisis in our country does not make sense.
Because while we think that we are helping them when we keep them in Malta, we are denying them from what they want – to go to Europe.
We are keeping them forcefully and against their wish in Malta instead, if we do not help them, at least we do not hinder them from going where they want to in Europe.
And we are doing so because the European Union does not want them to go to the Union countries.
They do not want then and they want us to stop them from going to them
To serve the European Union we are being burdened with the crisis.
The greatest favour that we can do to the illegal immigrants is not to stop them from going to Europe.
The people hope that the Maltese Parliament understands that the best help that our country can give to the illegal immigrants is not to hinder them from achieving their aim of going to settle and work in Europe.
While unemployment in our country is increasing because workers are losing their jobs due to the economic recession, the number of foreign workers that are given permission to work in Malta is increasing.
Apart from the illegal immigrants and citizens from the countries of the European Union,
* we have more than 8,000 foreigners working with permission in Malta.
All these thousands are taking
* the work and bread
* of thousands of Maltese workers
* who cannot find work to sustain their families and therefore
have to live
with social assistance.
Therefore the foreigners that are working in our country are burdening the country with the burden of the social assistance that is given to the Maltese workers who are denied employment because of the foreigners.
This is a social injustice,
* first with the Maltese workers who are unemployed, and
secondly with the people with whose taxes are paid the social services.
There is no reason why when we have thousands of Maltese workers unemployed, we give permits for thousands of foreign workers to work in our countries,
* 1,011 workers from Serbia,
* 899 workers from Russia,
* 409 workers from Ukraine,
* 243 worjkers from Bosnia Herzegovina,
* 463 workers from Indja,
* 413 workers from the Philippines,
* apart from hundred of others from other countries.
It is certainly not the case that there are no Maltese workers that can do the work that is being made by these foreign workers.
Therefore the granting of work permits to these thousands of foreign workers
* is occurring against the national interests and
* as an insult to the Maltese people.
In these times of economic recession that has reduced the demand for exported objects from our country, and
* therefore reduced the profit that our country makes from exports,
* we will be increasing the damage to our country
* by having to increase the importation of food and
* other items
* that the thousands of foreign workers consume,
* because we would be increasing the deficit (the difference between what we sell outside the country and how much we buy from outside the country).
The increase in commerce of our country that is made by the foreign workers is no enough to compensate for the losses that are caused by imports over exports.
The people are right to ask
* what happened to that law that no foreigner should be allowed to work in Malta if there are Maltese workers that can do that work?
* And what happened to that law that foreigners are only allowed to but property of a certain high value, so that the foreigners do not grab buildings that the Maltese people can afford?
And what happened to that other law that a foreigner will not be allowed to
remain in Malta if he does not have enough means to maintain himself?
We are again seeing
* in our streets,
* on Church’s parvis,
* or knocking on private doors,
* this time foreigners,
* when we had eliminated begging years ago,
* with the work we had created and
* the social services that we had introduced.
With the foreigners in Malta,
* also increased are cases of theft,
* prostitution and
* other offences.
This is apart from the foreigners having
* increased the burden on the health services,
* having reduced the security for our people,
* and are denying many of our youths from working
* when they finish school
* or their training.
Our country needs to embrace a policy different from that of the European Union on work and employment.
It should be
* a policy that assures work for every Maltese and Gozitan that wants to work,
* and that does not permit foreigners to work in our country
* if there are Maltese and Gozitans who can do the work that would be done by the foreigners.
* would be implementing social justice
* when it assures the fundamental right for the dignity of the human being,
* which is work,
* and at the same time would be lightening the burden of the payment of social aid to the unemployed,
* while increasing the contributions of those who are working,
* and thus strengthen the social security
* and pensions funds.
Thursday 16 April 2009.
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