Raisa Galea talks to Christian Peregin, the founder of Lovin Malta, about the publications’ style, vision and media sensationalism. Together, they discuss Lovin Malta’s dubious coverage of the key recent national events.
Poetry of Maria Theuma.
Maltese citizens need to abandon a hypocritical approach to politics. We need to sit down and have a rational debate on how to politically modernise our polity—this is what Malta needs most right now.
Despite having spent a decade in Malta, I still am a guest here—a non-EU resident who cannot afford to purchase Maltese citizenship. I cannot vote either in local council or European Parliament elections. Simply put, I am unrepresented.
Happiness and well-being became economised and enshrined through financial architecture of gross domestic product. The religiosity with which we now think about growth and GDP is directly linked to religion itself, because we no longer have God to save us.
We have collected a few stories and perspectives which contemplate on how national identity is constructed and what effect it has on our lives.
In order to determine the presence of anti-Semitism in discourse and actions concerning Israel, we need to make our way through the lies and logical fallacies surrounding this issue.