That the rightist coward who murdered almost one hundred people in Norway listed the Partit Nazzjonalista as one of the organisations that has aims similar to his is not worrying, because the misconceptions of slimy racist filth are not issues to be too concerned about.
That the Partit Nazzjonalista felt obliged to clear its name is equally not worrying, when you see the three other organisations with which it was linked within the web of bottom-dwelling slugs that the cowardly thug inhabits, namely Imperium Europa, Viva Malta and Azzjoni Nazzjonali. Anyone with a decent bone in his or her body would run a mile before letting his or her good name be mentioned in the same sentence as that bunch.
What was worrying, and what goes some way to proving the point I made in the blog immediately preceding this, were some of the comments that followed the item where the Partit Nazzjonalista's denial of association was carried.
Someone who used to be identifiable as "Malsey" in vivamalta.org commented on Sunday at 19:23 that "He was not informed well. the nationalist party in Malta, is pro Islam, immigration and multiculturalism. Thank you Pn for stating the obvious" and in the same way his scribbling on that nauseating website used to be met with breathless approbation by Norman Lowell's sad acolytes, this coded dictum was met with the approval of at least two others, signing themselves Emanual Caruana and Joe Fenech on the Times' comment board
There were other, less worrying, comments, such as the ones which reminded us that another mainstream party, not the PN, had been given nods of approval from the sick right, without rebuttal, but the mere fact that some still fly their flag is enough to remind us that Norway is not that far from Malta.