Anti immigration protest cancelled
A protest against immigration that was to take place on Sunday has been cancelled, according to the organisor’s facebook page.
The organiser, whose identity has not been divulged, wrote that the demonstration, which was to be held in Valletta on Sunday at 9am, was cancelled because many were assuming he was a PN follower with malicious intention to harm and obstruct the PL and the Prime Minister.
“This is false. Simon Busuttil is in favour of turning Malta into a Haiti and he should pay 10 years in opposition as the price.”
Another reason, he said, was that most of the country's 10 per cent traitors were going to be there, provoking us, back stabbing us with their cross like dagger.
“The wannabe patriots of Malta, most of them a bunch of domesticated sheep, prefer chatters, drama and moaning about the problem of illegal migration, instead of taking solid action.
“I am an ordinary citizen and alone I applied for all the necessary police permits to give ordinary people a chance to unite and together peacefully express our concern. I was planning to reveal my identity on the day of the demonstration.
“One of the intentions was to send a clear message to the millions that are waiting to cross in Libya and to get help from the EU…
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat last Tuesday criticised plans for the protest and made it clear to the organisers that he does not approve of such demonstrations.
A record number of irregular migrants arrived in Malta last month.