Daphne Caruana Galizia on “Maltese bravery”

If we shout “Gaddafi, stop this bloodshed” we will be knocked out of our senses once and for all.

[Daphne – Really, by whom? We’re a nation of cowards, and you sum up the typical sentiment. If we hadn’t been a British colony at the time we would have surrendered to Mussolini in 1939 for just the reasons you outline. That George Cross went to the wrong people. We endured the bombings because we had no choice and not because we stood up to fascism. Given half the chance, we would have embraced fascism rather than be bombed.]

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