January 2018

Somewhere on the Internet there is a Youtube clip designed to illustrate the danger of passing hasty judgments, without being in possession of all the facts. It features a number of different scenarios, in which entirely harmless circumstances get to be monstrously misconstrued by observers who weren’t there from the beginning. I saw it a […]

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Somewhere on the Internet there is a Youtube clip designed to illustrate the danger of passing hasty judgments, without being in possession of all the facts. It features a number of different scenarios, in which entirely harmless circumstances get to be monstrously misconstrued by observers who weren’t there from the beginning. I saw it a […]

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You can silence a journalist by planting a deadly bomb. Or you may decide to kill a medium by draining it of resources, discredit it and/or weaken its influence. In all cases, the real casualty is freedom of expression and the biggest loser is always society. That is why journalists and journalism must be protected. […]

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You can silence a journalist by planting a deadly bomb. Or you may decide to kill a medium by draining it of resources, discredit it and/or weaken its influence. In all cases, the real casualty is freedom of expression and the biggest loser is always society. That is why journalists and journalism must be protected. […]

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You can silence a journalist by planting a deadly bomb. Or you may decide to kill a medium by draining it of resources, discredit it and/or weaken its influence. In all cases, the real casualty is freedom of expression and the biggest loser is always society. That is why journalists and journalism must be protected. […]

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You can silence a journalist by planting a deadly bomb. Or you may decide to kill a medium by draining it of resources, discredit it and/or weaken its influence. In all cases, the real casualty is freedom of expression and the biggest loser is always society. That is why journalists and journalism must be protected. […]

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Former Nationalist Party leader Simon Busuttil has insisted that the Prime Minister’s refusal to sack Tourism Minister Konrad Mizzi and OPM chief of staff Keith Schembri, despite growing local and international calls for him to do so, led one to believe that he was complicit in whatever wrongdoing they were guilty of. Speaking during parliamentary […]

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