Malta’s Muscat And A Mockery Of Democracy!

  • Here we go again!

  • The leaders of Cyprus, France, Greece, Italy, Malta, Portugal and Spain have said EU citizens should have more say on EU policy to combat populism.

Their ‘joint statement’ told anyone who was bored enough to listen  that so-called ‘citizens’ consultations’ were needed to “foster democracy and citizens’ participation.

Interesting, that.

Even the fanatic Europhiles of EUObs preface those unbelievable words ‘citizens’ consultations’ with the rather perceptive description ‘so-called!’

Alas, we know what Brussels thinks of consulting citizens.

We have written before of Brussels ‘European Citizens Initiative’ –

EUSSR Ministers Desperate to Shut Out Citizens – A Tradition of Lies and Deceit 

….which denies citizens any role, except to approach the Euro-Commissars as supplicants, and denies them the right to present ANY proposal which does not accord with the Commissars’ ‘values.

Nevertheless, despite that longstanding VERBOT from Liar Juncker, these new consultations are to be organised next spring “all over Europe,” the statement said, to ask people what they think should be the “core priorities” of the EU.

And if people’s responses – say, on keeping out crimmigrants – do not meet the elites’ demand that people comply with the elites’ ‘values?


Mr. Muscat reminds me of that guy Grant –  used to appear in ‘East Enders!’


Well, as their comrade Joseph Muscat, the Maltese PM, told the media this month, they’re only reaching out to hear the views of people from “zones where there is no economic growth” and where the risk of rising populism was the greatest…’



So to thwart the rising tide of popular resistance to the vile ‘values’ of the Evil Empire to which he has pledged allegiance…



…he and his comrades will stage pantomimes, where people may boo the Brussels stooges, make as much noise as they like….



…then go home, as powerless as ever to compel their ‘leaders’ to accord with their aspirations.

Like, uh, Joe, if you really mean those words, fostering democracy, wouldn’t it be a lot simpler just to do a u-turn on your (i.e. Brussels’) refusal to use democracy rather than a series of talking-shops?

Like, uh, try putting ‘core issues’ to a vote?

How many of those countries named at the top of our page have held a referendum on the migrant menace? Sometimes I can be wrong…

…but I’m pretty sure I’m right when I say that not one of them have given their citizens a MEANINGFUL say…

– that is, a chance not merely to express their wishes but to turn those wishes into reality at the ballot box –

…and that’s because Brussels HATES referenda…



…as Brits especially understand, given the vicious and arrogant reaction by the EUSSR to the clear majority vote in June 2016 by UK citizens to deliver their realm from the supranational regime’s malign control. .