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21.6.05

Xengen u l-pellegrini Maltin

Meħud minn Malta Today:

Derelict Dar Malta serving as message board of Maltese pilgrims

Karl Schembri in Brussels

Right opposite the European Commission block, the dilapidated Lm9 million building that is meant to house Malta’s Permanent Representation to the EU is attracting some mischievous visitors.


One of them has used the dust on the glass panes of the main door to write “skandlu” (scandal) – a clear protest message exported to Brussels against the controversial extravagance paid from public coffers. Another one just wrote “Tony Pace was here” on a sticker on the same door. The most recent message claims to have been posted a week ago, saying that “il-bloggin kienu hawn 13/6/05 u jigu jitnejku bil-bini taghkom. F’***** ix-xengen” (the bloggers were here and don’t give a damn about your building. F*** Schengen).

If the Maltese language was a bit more widespread at the capital of the European administrative elite, perhaps just these messages would serve as an incentive to get the place in order as soon as possible and spare us the embarrassment. [...]

Kummenti: 9

Blogger alex qal/qalet...

iva naf

21/6/05 12:14  
Blogger Jacques René Zammit qal/qalet...

brillanti.

talk about leaving your mark.

"il-bloggin" toghgobni wisq bhala terminologija.

21/6/05 12:16  
Blogger Antoine Cassar qal/qalet...

Tghidx kemm qed nidhak il-lum!!

Nittama li b'hekk ghall-inqas jitwassal il-messagg... dak il-bini veru ikrah pesti. Cipru u r-Repubblika Ceka ghandhom ambaxxati wisq isbah minn taghna u zgur li hallsu hafna inqas... imma ghal darb'ohra kellna naqghu ghan-nejk.

21/6/05 12:23  
Blogger gybexi qal/qalet...

lovely. makes me proud to be Maltese. insomma... qed nezagera naqra...

isa hej... il-bloggs dejjem fil-gazzetti - jekk hux minhabba graffiti, minhabba I.M. Beck jew minhabba xi artiklu, ma tantx ahna "underground"...

21/6/05 13:07  
Blogger alex qal/qalet...

haqq ghaz-zobb

21/6/05 13:32  
Blogger Roderick Mallia qal/qalet...

Haha! Tajba din!

21/6/05 13:59  
Blogger nurse pica qal/qalet...

how does one pronounce bloggin? is it blog-in? or blog-een?

22/6/05 13:45  
Blogger Roderick Mallia qal/qalet...

I believe it's blog-een pica

23/6/05 10:50  
Blogger Antoine Cassar qal/qalet...

Prova

2/8/05 03:56  

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