The electoral result gives various worries and puts to light various concerns and issues Malta has ahead of it. In this respect, we shall carry an analysis over a serious of articles which are not only aimed at giving an opinion but also and instigating the reader to think on what is really happening around us.
The most concerning issue of all in our view is the fact that an extreme right party got a considerable number of votes which until recently no one would have thought it possible in a country like Malta which boasts of charitable events and in assisting others when in need. It seems that Malta or the Maltese are losing value and principles. That is however, a superficial analysis. Let us not remember that in Malta for European elections, not only Maltese vote but also EU residents who decided to vote in Malta for the Maltese candidates. So has the influx of persons from other EU member states influenced this or are the Maltese truly changing?
The development of events with the murder of an innocent man give an indication that the Maltese might be changing. However, given that many argue that the mobility of people have led to convergence of values between EU member states, is it possible that the influx of people has influenced the Maltese thoughts negatively and that Malta is following a dangerous trend?
Whatever the conclusion of the above, Malta has an issue to deal with. Muscat and Delia cannot be divided on this and now more than ever before, specifically on this issue they need to work hand in hand by:
1. Stop talking politics on the matter
2. Have a cross party focus group
3. Ensure the Parties Media constantly give the right message all the time
4. Find a way to reach to people that do not follow generally the media (Thousands of Euro were afforded for this political campaign by the Political Parties or for a Particular Minister to tell us how good he is. We can afford a few thousands to ensure a peaceful island, can we?)
5. Make sure that this message gets viral like you do with other things
6. Fully collaborate with the Police and encourage the public to do so
7. Ensure stricter enforcement on racial or hatred comments and/or actions
8. Lead by example and clean any organisation you could possibly influence from any hatred whatsoever
9. Insert an education campaign in primary secondary and tertiary education
10. Start again from number 1 above.
We appeal to Muscat and Delia to truly mean what their political slogans stated in this MEP election and unite in order to protect our country from any sort of extremism.