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I have become very skeptical about hidden agendas of the Media (both visual and written).They seem to have become more diversionary instruments for Politicians. The victim becoming the Public.
I have dedicated to express myself , by the creation of this blog. The reason being that Newspaper and Political Party websites do not respect one’s right to privacy. They explicitly instruct you to register with your full personal data that can end up being used to politically victimize or labele one as an extremist (most papers , Government, and Political parties like to label those expressing themselves in a different manner are normally labeled as racists or Xenophobes), when your true concerns are the deterioration of one’s Country systems, the likes of Social Welfare, the right to work for one’s family progress, Better education access even to those citizens that fall behind, the right to medical care, discipline and security, care for the elderly, right to govern one’s own Country without interference, influence or dictation from foreign entities. That is why Freedom of speech and expression in Malta is only superficial.

Hope one finds some interesting reading in my blog, and feel free to leave comments, I can assure you that your comments will be posted and not censored like Malta Newspaper Blog sites that records your comments, access and interests

Enjoy
The Editor

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2 Comments »

  1. As part of its wider communication campaign for the elections, the Web Unit has recently opened European Parliament profiles on online social media (Facebook, MySpace and Flickr).

    We see that you are earching for turh and facts. The EP elections websites gives you facts of what the EP has done over the last five years. Of course the more people participate in the upcoming EP elections the more EP will be representative of its people and so democratic. One does not want an institution elected with only 30% of voters for example, hence getting MEPs from big countries to decide for small ones after being elected with a minority of votes. It is imp. to get as many people to participate!

    Apart from the website above which you can link to and also participate it you can also download pictures, slogans, clips, videos from the following sites.

    Time machine (TV clip will be displayed when you click on the TV)
    http://www.europarl.europa.eu/elections2009/results/default.htm?language=FR

    MySpace
    http://www.myspace.com/europeanparliament

    Facebook
    http://www.facebook.com/europeanparliament

    YouTube
    http://www.youtube.com/europeanparliament

    Flickr
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/european_parliament

    Kind regards

    EP Web editor

    Comment by EP Editor | May 26, 2009 | Reply


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