Lovin Malta has launched a crowdfunding appeal to raise funds for a nationwide campaign for change, following the amazing response to our April Fool stunt.
We are looking to raise at least €2,000 to launch a marketing campaign that promotes the key ideas of our 52-point electoral manifesto, which is based on five principles: innovation, transparency, liberty, the protection of the environment and maintaining a healthy quality of life.
Among our key proposals, we want to restructure democracy for the digital age, legalise marijuana, put all government transactions and contracts online and promote the increase of ODZ land through the re-greening of built areas.
Lovin Malta has also formally withdrawn its application to register as a political party because we have no intention of actually contesting the election. We believe we can achieve more long-term change if we promote good ideas in a way that unites people from all sides. Our registration was simply a part of an elaborate April Fools stunt – and it worked. We got the attention we needed to start something bigger and better.
“So if you believe in our proposals and you want to help shake things up politically, this is your chance to make it happen. Instead of just criticising the system, let’s unite to actually change it.”
But we need your help to actually take things to the next level. So if you believe in our proposals and you want to help shake things up politically, this is your chance to make it happen. Instead of just criticising the system, let’s unite to actually change it.
If 200 people donate just €10 each, we should have more than enough money to print a billboard and keep it up for two months. If 1,000 people donate €25 we’d have enough for a nationwide advertising campaign. And imagine what would happen if we raised tens of thousands of euro. Maybe we could buy a vacant property and have our first re-greening project. The possibilities are endless.
On the other hand, if we don’t raise the money, our dream will have to end here and Malta’s political class can return to their echo chambers, spending more time slinging mud at each other than actually debating new ideas. Let’s not allow that to happen. Spread the word.