I’m sitting here, in utter and total disbelief,
hoping against hope that I will be able to archive this post before publishing it.
It pains me beyond belief to learn that the majority of my countryfolk, those who bothered to vote that is, have chosen to defend an outdated
right practice that goes against the principles of conservation and sustainability in a world which is moving steadily to the brink. Continue reading
Just over a week ago, I briefly wrote about why I would be voting NO in the upcoming referendum on spring hunting being held in Malta this weekend. Closer to the day and with the discussion and debates proliferating, I feel the time has come for me to be more eloquent on this matter. Continue reading
It’s about respect for the order of things, it’s about understanding that international law is there to be observed, it’s about not falling for fancy political rhetoric that doesn’t really tell the whole truth, it’s about the greater good, it’s about the common citizen standing up to a group of bullies and spineless politicians.
That’s why I’ll be voting NO in the upcoming Spring Hunting Referendum.