“To Joseph Muscat’s muppets we say, enjoy removing 900 banners of truth in the scorching heat”
If Prime Minister Joseph Muscat looked out of the window on his way to work this morning, chances are he would have seen several banners criticising him and his government and reminding him of the assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia.
Nine months since the journalist’s murder, activists from Il-Kenniesa erected 900 banners on trees and walls between Muscat’s home in Burmarrad and Castille.
Some of the signs demand justice for Caruana Galizia, while others warn Muscat that he has “blood on his hands”, describe him as an “artful dodger” and flag cases of corruption. One banner erected on a rubble wall crudely states: “I can shit a better Prime Minister” “This morning Joseph Muscat has a constant reminder on his route to work- our message of justice – the same message we’ve been sending for the last 9 months,” Il-Kenniesa said. “We demand political responsibility from him and his criminal gang, Keith Schembri, Konrad Mizzi, Edward Scicluna, Chris Cardona, and Owen Bonnici.”
“To his muppets we say, enjoy removing 900 banners of truth in the scorching heat. But these 900 are just part 1.”
“Joseph Muscat should’ve resigned months ago for failing to uphold our fundamental freedoms, failing to stand against his show political responsibility on his corrupt chief of staff and for failing this country and lack of independent institutions that should be in place protecting the people and not covering up for criminals. Malta is a mafia state, and that is thanks to our Prime Minister.”