Is-suldati Maltin jissemmgħu bi prominenza u fit-tajjeb qabel ma beda l-corteo funebri tar-reġina li qed jaraw nofs id-dinja

F’Malta kellha lill-woke jitkellmu kontra r-Reġina Elizabetta II.  Kien hemm xi uħud li qalu li ma ħaqqhiex monument. F’dan il-funeral, Malta qed tingħata pubbliċita’ kbira. Isem Malta qed jissemma bi prominenza u fit-tajjeb.  Għal dan biss, Elizabetta II ħaqqha l-ikbar u l-isbaħ monument.

Infakkar li l-patron tal-Woke – jiġifieri ta’ dawk qed jitkellmu kontra r-Reġina – huwa llum l-President tal-Amerika, id-Demokratiku Baden.  Dan kien l-uniku wieħed li mar għal dan il-funeral u ma rikibx fuq il-coach u qed idur b’karrozza speċjali għal dawn il-funzjonijiet. Imma dawn il-woke jitkellmu li kulħadd l-istess u mbagħad, l-alla tagħhom – iġib ruħu differenti.

Jien qed nara l-GB News. Fih ġa tkellmu anki fuq il-fatt tal-preżenza tas-suldati Maltin għal dan il-funeral. Dawn ġa ġew innutati fit-tajjeb qabel biss ma beda l-corteo funebri. Prosit Malta u proset l-armata li qed tattendi għal dan il-funeral bħala parti mill-Commonwealth.

Verament qed tagħmlu ġieħ lill-Malta.

Issa nara lil dawk li qed iparlaw kontra Elizabetta II, min minnhom ser ikun kapaċi jagħmel xi ħaġa li tarah nofs il-popolazzjoni tad-dinja diretta!

4 thoughts on “Is-suldati Maltin jissemmgħu bi prominenza u fit-tajjeb qabel ma beda l-corteo funebri tar-reġina li qed jaraw nofs id-dinja

  1. Ghalfejn qed tistghageb, ghandna opposizzjoni shiha b’Metsola, Casa u Il gang ta Simon kollu jghidu kontra Malta kull fejn ikunu

  2. Were there really Maltese soldiers from the AFM in the parade? The only Commonwealth soldiers mentioned by the BBC were those from countries of which the British monarch is head of state….and only Canadians, Australians and New Zealanders at that.

    1. Both ITV and GB UK NEWS mentioned the Maltese soldiers unless you were only stuck to BBC (British Brainwashing Centre)!

      1. The BBC had a full list of military units and Commonwealth contingents published in its website and I would imagine that local news portals, especially the Times of Malta would have given the fact at least a passing mention.

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