quote by Andrew Roberts

When, during the Second World War, the island of Malta came through three terrible years of bombardment and destruction, it was rightly awarded the George Medal for bravery: today Israel should be awarded a similar decoration for defending democracy, tolerance and Western values against a murderous onslaught that has lasted twenty times as long.

— Andrew Roberts

Most Powerful Malta quotations

Malta is a sod of a place.

No more let us alter or falter or palter. From Malta to Yalta, and Yalta to Malta.

Malta is the only country in the world where the local delicacy is the bread.

If we could get out of this jam by giving up Malta and Gibraltar and some African colonies I would jump at it. But the only safe way is to convince Hitler that he cannot beat us.

The assault on Malta will cost us many casualties.

..but...I consider it absolutely essential for the future development of the war. If we take Malta, Libya will be safe.

When my senior prom was happening, I was in Malta filming 'Troy.

As soon as I landed at Malta I found that though I could go to Tunis I could not go away without being quarantined for ten days and if I remained in Malta I must stay a week.

We should be active leaders in the fight for civil liberties which adequately reflect present social realities. Furthermore the left as a movement must appropriate the green agenda. Sustainability has to become the foundation of all our pursuits. This movement is my dream and vision. The left remains strong in Malta, but stronger it will become if we have the courage to unite and dream.