On the 18th of September, Extinction Rebellion Malta will be protesting in solidarity with the rest of the global climate strike movement and asking our politicians to treat this crisis like the emergency it is.Read More Code Red: Global Climate Strike
There is an urgent need to start thinking about how we can run our economies without growth, and a range of economic alternatives may now show us how to do just that.Read More Can we create Healthy Economies without growth?
The justice system is the only mechanism humankind developed to fight the curse of the fifth deadly sin – wrath. ⚡ If it doesn’t work, we don’t just lose the system. We lose any attempt at democracy.Read More Think justice exists in Malta? Think again!
There are numerous mental shortcuts we take as human beings. We call these biases and science documents a whole list of them. This article explains how such shortcuts affect elections in Malta, and how I would solve this situation.Read More Changing voter behaviour
There are disadvantages to living on an island, but the quality of island life can be its own reward. In Europe, life on an island means you can lose your freedom of movement rights.Read More The unfairness of being on an island
They say that the key to success in politics is pulling off a delicate balancing act. This can be applied to any major political party, be it in government or opposition. In terms of the latter, we can certainly apply the art of pulling off a balancing act to the current state of the Nationalist […]Read More Striking a balance
Our country is in shambles. Being Maltese is presently not something to boast about beyond our COVID-infested shores. We are Maltese; the ones who ‘blow journalists up’, who ‘sell passports’, who ‘had most of the Police traffic department arrested’, and now, those who harbour COVID-19. The rapid deterioration of the virus’s containment is indeed a […]Read More The Betrayal Of A Country
“Il-ġurnalisti huma raġuni ewlenija għaliex il-Laburisti jibqgħu jiżdiedu f’Malta” Robert Musumeci, lawyer, architect and wiseman of Malta informed us a few months back. “M’għandix bżonn li inti tibgħatli l-mistoqsijiet biex niftaħ magisterial inquiry,” Ian Abdilla, head of the Economic Crimes Unit. “So when was it opened then?” asked Jacob Borg from the Times of Malta. The […]Read More Thanks To The Frontliners
When we think about poverty, most items that come up in our thoughts tend to be quite common – people suffering from malnutrition, with ragged clothes and no roof over their heads. These are all realities found around the globe.Read More Social Classes in 2020?
We are all aware that China is in the news quite regularly these days, the world over. Be it a squabble with Dangerous Donald, a fistfight on the China-India border, or lockdown in Wuhan; the country has hogged the headlines. What us Westerners find particularly disgruntling about China is its ominous, all-seeing Communist Party; a […]Read More Chairman Bob’s cultural revolution
When I was four years old, I would regularly fight with my beloved younger brother and would sometimes even hit him. He would start crying and my mum would report to the scene, but I would always claim that I had nothing to do with it. Occasionally, I would be short-sighted enough to perpetrate the […]Read More The Totalitarianism of Toddlers
At a certain point in our lives, we have all come across the word ‘democracy’ and learnt its definition for an exam or other purposes. Democracy is a form of government which gives a voice to the people to the extent that if we take Malta as an example, the Maltese people get to elect the people who they want to represent them in Parliament. With that being said, it is no news that democracy’s worst enemy is apathy.Read More The importance of youth activism