Sunday, May 08, 2011

Sick Sick Sick



Sick Sick Sick

71 comments:

Anonymous said...

Kate says: "If your child is killed in a traffic accident, or died of cancer, parents are at peace."

Actually too sick to say again, but I really wonder if this woman has any feelings. M

Anonymous said...

"Now you can kill Bin Laden too"

One man's meat is another man's poison.

Anonymous said...

It's not my intention to spam your blog H; I'm far from normal, but when will people realize that Kate McCann is completely insane. M

http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/
homepage/news/3571775/Kate-McCann-I-couldnt-make-love-to-Gerry.html

Himself said...

''I couldn't make love to Gerry'' - Kate joins the rest of creation.

And I choose the word quite deliberately in light of Mrs Kate taking someone's name in vain.

She has about as much God in her as I have.

when will people realize that Kate McCann is completely insane

It's not without a touch of irony that a blog search at GQW with the word ''certifiable'' threw up the results (and subject matter) that it did. The third result was for insane. I have no doubt a search of the Gallery might produce similar results, but there is sufficient here to cover the talking point.

But taking the (tasteless) content as a whole, I'm not surprised Amazon's price for the book is now down to £8. If what bit I have read is a measure of the rest of it, they should be giving the bugger away.

Regarding all the rest of the McCann's bizarre behaviour, book included, perhaps we should reflect on a saying of the darling Oscar:

A burnt child loves fire.

It does seem rather apt.

And you are not spamming in the least.

http://goodqualitywristbands.blogspot.com/2010/03/details-are-in-blasphemy.html

http://goodqualitywristbands.blogspot.com/2010/09/kate-and-gerry-mccann-as-far-away-from.html

http://goodqualitywristbands.blogspot.com/2010/01/never-in-all-history-has-there-been.html

Anonymous said...

Hello Himself,

Local news: royal visit from Rothley (to cheer you up).

Today in a free paper the same nauseating story about Kate’s feelings and about the McCanns’ love-hate relationship with the media. (Kate couldn’t make love to the media, though the media were incredibly understanding and supportive. They never made her feel guilty, they never pushed her and they never got sulky. In fact, sometimes they would apologize to her).

Only one, new to me, piece of information of the jigsaw. Kate regrets that Madeleine wasn’t wearing the Barbie pyjamas (long sleeves) on that cold abduction night, instead of the Eeyore pyjamas (short sleeves). Yes, it’s all in the details.

http://www.spitsnieuws.nl/
archives/entertainment/2011/06/
een-boek-voor-madeleine

(slightly ironic internet article, section entertainment).

I see, the clock says it’s time to close now, I must away to the feathers.
Maren

Anonymous said...

Gerry, Jane and the pyjamas.

http://www.hartvannederland.nl/
nederland/2011/exclusief-
interview-met-kate-mccann

(if you was unaware)
"... we are in a digital age ..." (GM)

"... a whole new generation of kids ..." (GM)

Himself said...

Hi Maren.
I captured this recent BBC program from a well produced series here in the UK, ''Coast.''

I thought you might find it of interest. I certainly did, both in content and some superb photography.

There were a few too many problems if I were to up it to Youtube, not least copyright.

Whereas I am no great believer in copyright at the personal level we are talking about here, I thought it better not to jeopardise my Youtube account.

Paste each url into your address bar and follow the instructions for the ''free download''

You will have to wait a certain time between each download, I can't remember what exactly, 30 minutes or so.

Download all four at your leisure, perhaps best when you are not busy on your PC.

After downloading this open source program, join the four parts together.

http://www.hjsplit.org/

Enjoy.

https://rapidshare.com/files/628584909/netherlands.flv.001

https://rapidshare.com/files/1640171043/netherlands.flv.002

https://rapidshare.com/files/3963306035/netherlands.flv.003

https://rapidshare.com/files/3846443938/netherlands.flv.004

Anonymous said...

Many thanks Himself, much appreciated. Maren

By the by did you notice the clean and porcelain in the nauseating 'McCann video'? :)
We'll have to wait till the next anarchy.

Himself said...

Although I went through the motions, I didn't notice much. Truth be told, I can hardly bear to watch them, they disgust me.

Without doubt, the ugliest personalties that I have ever experienced.

Anonymous said...

"Kate regrets that Madeleine wasn’t wearing the Barbie pyjamas (long sleeves) on that cold abduction night, instead of the Eeyore pyjamas (short sleeves)"
(Comment 22 June 2011 22:08)

bit.ly/FVRnsn
Processos, Volume VI, pgs. 1385 to 1709
1611 to 1614—Witness testimony of Aoife Smith taken 2007/05/26

"She was wearing light trousers, white or rose-coloured that may have been pyjamas. She does not remember if they were patterned as it was dark. The material was light and could have been cotton.
She also had a light top, with long sleeves."

"long sleeves", it's all in the details.

Anonymous said...

Apart from being devout catholics Kate and Cherie share a tasteless need to discuss their "sex life".

I couldn't make love to Gerry – Kate McCann

In her memoirs, Mrs Blair wrote that her fourth child Leo was conceived during a stay with the Queen at Balmoral, after she had left her contraception at home.

"every time I didn't use contraception I seemed to have a baby"

An account of the truth for the "babies".

Well, at least Tony and George never prayed together.

http://tgr.ph/MZSgt1

Himself said...

Try this until I can find what I'm looking for.

http://youtu.be/vJIjTviLLTs

Himself said...

I can't find the individual clip I'm looking for, but there is a few seconds of it starting 3:00 mark.

http://youtu.be/sHsWPQP7qj8

Paxo and Howard.

http://youtu.be/1KHMO14KuJk

Anonymous said...

Nominated for Guinness book of records, question without answer.

Himself said...

OT Funny

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=a3b_1338478719&utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter

Anonymous said...

:) international

Anonymous said...

Kate and the Eeyore pyjamas.

http://www.mccannfiles.com/id232
.html

'OUT, DAMN'D SPOT'

Kate's transient preoccupation with those Eeyore pyjamas may have been indicative of nothing more than a concern for 'keeping up appearances,' although few, if any, outside of Madeleine's immediate family, would have expected to see the garments, clean or dirty.

Himself said...

Amazing coincidence, i have just this minute finished reading it.

Thanks Chuck.

Anonymous said...

John McCann and the pyjamas.

May 15, 2007

As the family waited fearfully for news, they faced the agonising reality of trying to explain to their toddler twins why their big sister was no longer there.

"That was terrible for them," says John McCann, Mr McCann's elder brother, who has also travelled to Portugal to help search for his niece.

"Kate dressed Amelie in her sister's pyjamas and the baby said: 'Maddy's jammies. Where is Maddy?' But she is too young to understand. And how do you explain?

http://www.smh.com.au/articles/
2007/05/14/1178995077373.html?page=
3

Himself said...

I know it's easy to say: you just couldn't make it up, but you just couldn't make it up.

When it comes to to form, judgement, proprietary, taste, she is just not of this world.

I know they only number a handful, but their is a forum out there (Bren?) that supports unequivocally these odious creatures.

That has always been a mystery to me, yes, some might be directly connected to this unattractive pair, but they can't all be!

Anonymous said...

David Payne and the PYJAMAS.

From rogatory interview - David Payne.

http://www.mccannfiles.com/id251.html

David Payne: And really didn’t think twice about it at the time and that’s why it wasn’t mentioned then. But she definitely mentioned it to me you know after Madeleine had been abducted and you know on the, the following day before she’d actually mentioned it to Kate and there was a, a newspaper report, I think it was in the Telegraph err certainly one of the newspapers anyway, that was sort of describing err Madeleine’s pyjamas and, and err Jane said that’s not right, how did they get that, well she said you know, that in, I don’t know how they get that information anyway, my recollections were this was what she was wearing and described it you know differently you know to what the, the, the press had, and that was before she’d even seen Kate so you know, the strength of that argument is just absolutely overwhelming, you know given the time frame err you know of when Madeleine must have gone, gone, that you know and for her to have described in detail the pull ups at the bottom of the pyjamas err you know the colours, you know and the timing is just, you know well, so.

Yes, the strength of that argument is absolutely overwhelming.

How did they get that information, the describing of Madeleine’s pyjamas before Jane had mentioned it to Kate.

Well, who could describe the pyjamas better than Kate and Gerry themselves.

My conclusion is that Jane did see someone carrying someone of something, but that wasn’t Madeleine of course.

Hard work for the McCanns, the unforeseen Tanner sighting.

And so began the very confusing story of the pyjamas.

Anonymous said...

Jane Tanner and the pyjamas

From rogatory interview - Jane Tanner

http://www.mccannfiles.com/id222.html

4078 Yes. I think the point they’re trying to make is that you had no knowledge of what Madeleine was supposed to have been wearing when you gave that description?

Jane Tanner: No I think, no because when, I wasn’t there at the table when Kate gave a you know, I think Kate gave everybody else, when she came, you know when everyone was looking for her, they had a description of what to look for but I wasn’t, I was in the room at that point so no I definitely didn’t know what she’d, and I’d never seen her in pyjamas, I’ve never seen Madeleine in pyjamas at home and or anywhere so.

Kate gave everybody else a description of what to look for.

Kate described the pyjamas.


And so they get that information, the describing of Madeleine’s pyjamas before Jane had mentioned it to Kate.

Anonymous said...

Friday 4 May 2007

Ms Renwick described the missing girl as a "very pretty, very blonde three-year-old". Madeline was said to have been wearing white pyjamas when she went missing.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2007/may/04/markoliver

Jill Renwick, a family friend, told GMTV at 7:45am, on the morning of 04 May, that the distraught parents were certain that Madeline had been abducted. "They were just watching the hotel room and going back every half-hour."

http://www.mccannfiles.com/id31.html

Himself said...

All noted, thanks.

Himself said...

Pamela Gurney

http://bit.ly/WQYVei

Anonymous said...

Pamela Gurney Mirror Climber.

http://www.childtechnologies.com/products/small-acrylic-mirror-climber


Anonymous said...

Last minute decision.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/madeleinemccann/1908158/Madeleine-McCann-left-alone-as-last-minute-decision.html

30 Apr 2008

I started thinking 'if they’re saying about us being involved with Madeleine, you know it’s not too long before they say what about Sean and Amelie?’ - Kate McCann.

Is Kate worried about it’s not too long before "they" say Sean and Amelie being involved or is she worried it’s not too long before Sean and Amelie say their parents being involved?

I just think we need to know because the thought of living like this for another 40 years isn’t exactly a happy prospect. - Kate McCann

Mind you, some people die young.

Oh yes, the pyjamas are in the show again.

Praying and thinking of freezing.

Mrs McCann stayed in a bedroom praying. She said: It was really cold. I knew what pyjamas she had on and I just thought she’s going to be freezing.

Short sleeved of course.

Anonymous said...

Picture.

http://www.corbisimages.com/images/Corbis-42-18463873.jpg?size=67&uid=e021ea72-7d30-479a-afaf-d4e66f669287

Himself said...

Mornin' Chuck

she worried it’s not too long before Sean and Amelie say their parents being involved.

Anonymous said...

https://twitter.com/mickeymsmith/status/274216638264508416

Haha Kate #McCann pontificating on the British Press. This is beyond parody.....

Himself said...

Bad link.

Anonymous said...

http://topsy.com/twitter/mickeymsmith?nohidden=1&offset=10&om=a&page=2

twitter account deleted

Anonymous said...

Sorry, not deleted, protected since yesterday.

https://twitter.com/mickeymsmith/lists/memberships

Anonymous said...

@Himself 28 November 2012 10:48

http://news.sky.com/story/1018659/leveson-mccann-urges-pm-to-remember-victims

00:55 Mummy, why are they saying that?
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http://bit.ly/pEardi

10 August 2007

Gerry McCann: I think it's something tangible that could benefit other people and give a renewed interest to other missing kids in a medium that younger people use, tens of millions of people use YouTube. There are over 229 videos of Madeleine on it already and that's interesting.

Himself said...

Don't think me ungrateful dear lady, but you send me links to stuff I'm trying to avoid.

Apart from people knocking on my door trying to sell me religion, nothing fucks my day up like the McCanns fuck my day up.

Although I don't get the jesoids any more, not since I put my 'go away' sign outside my door.

Anonymous said...

Retro sticker NL
http://bit.ly/11xvjlH

You say thank you, we don’t.
http://bit.ly/UhQZxH

Anonymous said...

http://bit.ly/W2mQWs
By ANTONELLA LAZZERI and ANTHONY FRANCE

very uplifting

Caring ... Prince Charles greets Mizens

Himself said...

One day Maren, one day I'm telling ye.

Something might happen.

All it needs is one concrete thing to be exposed. Something that even the bent twats here in the UK cannot ignore.

Anonymous said...

http://bit.ly/10nd3h3

Himself said...


Hi Maren, I have just been reading some of the latter pages on Jo's forum.

Must be missing the attention. (See latest re-Carter Ruck)

Months since I last looked in.

http://themaddiecasefiles.com/topic19618.html

Himself said...

Is that the correct link?

Anonymous said...

Hi H. Do you mean http://themaddiecasefiles.com/topic19618.html?

If so, I cannot read it, must be registered. Besides, I disagree with the terms of use.

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http://www.mccannfiles.com/id232.html

Kate opens and closes the curtains twice a day (...)

Twice?

We explain it like a burglary says Kate.

Beware of teenagers. Don't get me started.

As for the Telegraph I quote Teddy:

In what degree of contempt do you hold your readers?

anonymous mother xx

Anonymous said...

http://bit.ly/Z3PbhY

Himself said...

Good morning my little chucky, I do like a bit of humour now and then.

Anonymous said...


@ 26 November 2012 09:26

Jane Tanner: No I think, no because when, I wasn’t there at the table when Kate gave a you know, I think Kate gave everybody else, when she came, you know when everyone was looking for her, they had a description of what to look for but I wasn’t, I was in the room at that point so no I definitely didn’t know what she’d, and I’d never seen her in pyjamas, I’ve never seen Madeleine in pyjamas at home and or anywhere so.

http://www.mccannfiles.com/id222.html

Kate gave everybody else a description of what to look for.

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By Dr Martin Roberts
08 July 2013

NO WAY OUT

http://www.mccannfiles.com/id232.html

There was only one key to the apartment and the abductor did not have it.

He could not, therefore did not, exit the apartment with a child in his arms in the two or three minutes between Gerry McCann's last 'check' on the children and Jane Tanner's 'sighting'. Nor did he leave the apartment afterwards, carrying Madeleine past the Smiths. The child they witnessed was wearing the wrong pyjamas. And since the intending abductor was not discovered inside the apartment subsequently then he was not there at all.

Without an abductor there can have been no abduction, but thirty-eight people, at least, were in Portugal that night.

Anonymous said...


http://www.gotnewswire.co.uk/news/mccann-children-banned-from-internet-by-parents-the-sun

They [Kate and Gerry McCann] feared Sean and Amelie, eight, may BELIEVE Goncalo Amaral's claims their parents were behind Madeleine's disappearance.

Perhaps better ban the children from reading The Sun. Just saying.

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http://bit.ly/pEardi

10 August 2007

Gerry McCann: I think it's something tangible that could benefit other people and give a renewed interest to other missing kids in a medium that younger people use, tens of millions of people use YouTube. There are over 229 videos of Madeleine on it already and that's interesting.

Very interesting.

Himself said...

Hello Chuck, could you possibly use the comment and link dump for all comments and stuff, if you wouldn't mind.

Then I'm not relying on keeping all your emails among dozens that I receive most days, especially if I don't get chance to deal with them right away.

Some days I can receive an awful lot, especially with twitter sending them out for just about everything. And then there are all the news/site alerts added to that.

I'm sure you can understand, being the (lovely) lass you are.





Himself said...

Sorry Maren, I should have said, unless it's post specific of course.

Anonymous said...

Good morning H

Yes, I do.

Glad you asked. I'm always wondering how you manage to deal with all that stuff.

Thank you m'dear, but tech illiterate lass is more fitting. I'm making progress though, beyond expectation. M

Himself said...

Thank you Chuck.

It was only later that I wondered if I had overstepped the line, by "regimenting" your comments.

Somewhat like the land of the free and their Free Speech Areas.

----------------------

Parcels went in this morn.

Anonymous said...

@26 November 2012 08:11

https://twitter.com/Ans4MBM/status/389765803316219904

I, too, think she didn't lie as for seeing someone. And Gerry did the rest.

Jane and Gerry remember the scene differently.

http://goodqualitywristbands.blogspot.com/2009/11/oi-you-lot-yes-you-channel-4-cutting.html

Himself said...

Good morning Maren, I shall beg to differ on this one.

Anonymous said...

Hi H, I know. We always did, on this one. Mx

Anonymous said...


Good evening H

Elaborated by Blacksmith (my view too, but language barrier tha knows). Mx

Mathew Oldfield, the most malleable of the group ("get down to reception and see what’s happening with the police!") and Jane Tanner, the most vulnerable, become the foundations of the fairy story.

As always Kate & Gerry McCann work from behind the scenes.


http://aninspectorcallsyou.blogspot.de/2013/10/light-and-dark.html



Anonymous said...


http://aninspectorcallsyou.blogspot.co.uk/2013/10/revelation-moments.html

There have always been some critics, however, who thought that JT did see something.

I am one of them. M

Himself said...

As you have every right to. Noted.

Anonymous said...

@23 August 2012 20:26
Kate's transient preoccupation with those Eeyore pyjamas ...

Kate altered the pyjamas style so as to match that of the Tanner sighting. Pyjamas all around the world http://bit.ly/1ewdMkh

The Tanner sighting, well at least the pyjamas http://dailym.ai/19QQzUA, is recently dismissed. You couldn't make it up, could you.

So, more likely Madeleine was wearing this one http://bit.ly/H5feiy

matching the Aoife Smith sighting
white, long sleeves.

Oh those wonderful EFIT's.
60-80% Gerry McCann

It is too ridiculous for words.


Himself said...

I'm a bit confused here bonny lass.

The image at the Mail link, it bears no resemblance to the eeyore jammies. Where did that come from?

Likewise the Barbie jammies, has that been offered up as belonging to MBM, or is it just a web find?

Anonymous said...

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2460669/Madeleine-McCann-kidnapping-innocent-British-father-mistaken-key-suspect.html

'Revelation moment': Police revealed a major breakthrough when a British father came forward to reveal he was the man who for six years had been considered the prime suspect in the Madeleine McCann case.

Evidence: The girl seen at 9.15pm wore distinctive pyjamas and the prime suspect also brought these to police to prove his innocence.
(watch white linen next to it)

More than six years later?

Anyway, it matches the Tanner pyjamas sighting (or at least what she thought she saw) as for the floral print, which also matches the Eeyore's (with some street-lighting).

For some reason Jane Tanner's sighting and Jane Tanner herself must be eliminated. Book trial?

As for the Barbie one, Kate herself mentioned it in The Sun and also in an interview in Holland, regretting Madeleine wasn't wearing the Barbie jammies on that cold abduction night. Too much detail, don't you think. Attempting to discredit Aoife Smith's sighting?

White or not white, that is the question.

I should consult TTW4.

Later.


Anonymous said...

As for your Barbie jammies question: http://bit.ly/H5feiy is a web find, just to illustrate Kate's mentioning.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WyJwns_MTok

At the 23:56 mark: white pyjamas, long-sleeved top.

It's just a flash, but for some reason they can no longer ignore Aoife Smith's sighting. For their own benefit I suppose; that white long-sleeved flash is too intentional.

Well, that girl can't be Madeleine, can she? Wrong pyjamas.




Himself said...

Right Chuck, I'm with you all the way now.

But what can I say?

Six years later.

Anonymous said...

For the archives.

The telephone rang at around 11pm [03 May] at Trish Cameron's home near Glasgow. She picked it up to hear the voice of her younger brother. "He was distraught, breaking his heart," Mrs Cameron said. "He said: 'Madeleine's been abducted, she's been abducted.'"
Hundreds of miles away in Portugal's western Algarve Gerald McCann, whose job as a heart surgeon demands a calm, steady nerve, had lost any semblance of control and was crying down the telephone to his older sister. Just an hour earlier he and his wife Kate had returned to their ground floor apartment in the Ocean Club holiday resort to find that three-year-old Madeleine, the little girl they had left asleep in her white pyjamas, had disappeared.


http://www.theguardian.com/uk/2007/may/05/world.sandralaville#article_continue

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Jill Renwick, a family friend, told GMTV at 7:45am, on the morning of 04 May, that the distraught parents were certain that Madeleine had been abducted. "They were just watching the hotel room and going back every half-hour."

Speaking to the BBC later, Ms Renwick said the McCanns, who had been holidaying with three other British families, had felt let down by police in Portugal. "I spoke to them this morning and they said the police had done nothing overnight and they felt as if they'd been left on their own. They just don't know where to turn."

Ms Renwick described the missing girl as a "very pretty, very blonde three-year-old". Madeline was said to have been wearing white pyjamas when she went missing.


http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2007/may/04/markoliver

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BBC news
Kevin Bakhurst

10 May 2007

We passed on the accurate details of Madeleine's pyjamas, at the family's request, correcting the police's initial description.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/theeditors/2007/05/avoiding_intrusion.html

The police's initial description?

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=na4aBr5PTYY

from 6:36: watch a man carrying a child horizontally across his arms.

http://bit.ly/1a2Tpsz

And yet the McCanns deliberately altered the Smith sighting carrying style so as to match that of the Tanner sighting, during the only ever significant mention of the sighting, in a McCann made reconstruction aired only a few days after Amaral's (in which he included the Smith sighting).

What about the pyjamas style? Just wondering.

Anonymous said...

10 May 2007

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-454029/Search-Madeleine--police-release-pyjamas-wearing.html

Some volunteer search teams had been operating under the assumption that Madeleine was wearing white pyjamas, when they were in fact a pink t-shirt with the character Eeyore and white trousers with a small floral pattern.

And that is why Madeleine has never been found, in fact.

As always Kate & Gerry McCann work from behind the scenes.


Anonymous said...

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-459927/Madeleine-Exhausted-McCanns-Crimewatch-TV-appeal.html

5 June 2007

But, of course, the pyjamas she was holding so carefully in her lap were not Madeleine's, but those of Madeleine's younger sister, two-year-old Amelie.

Of course.

Himself said...

Good morning Maren.

You have obviously studied the question, and the discrepancies surrounding the pyjamas, in no small detail.

So much so in fact, that you left me behind quite some time ago.

Might I suggest, and it is only a suggestion, that you try and make a list that highlights said discrepancies.

But keep it as simple as you can, one liners in fact. ie:

Date . . . . description . . . source.

Entirely up to you of course, but if you do come up with something, I will get it out there.

To what avail I don't know? Given that facts don't seem to matter in this case, it might be nothing more than an academic exercise on your part.

I don't know whether I have told in the past, why I packed it all in?

It was the CATS post on Wristbands. I had reached that stage where I had had enough.

The very thought of further digging and researching, just seemed to throw a switch, a NO MORE! switch if you will.

And there lies the crux, if I wasn't prepared to research stuff properly, then I had no right to be blogging about it.

I am not after all, the Daily Mirror. Nor for that matter, does my arse compare to such publications.

It's not big enough to keep pulling stuff out of.

As the Yanks say, where did you find that, did you pull it your arse?

XX

Himself said...

I saved this from the other day, you may be interested, or not.

I occasionally have a wander around the TOR network, but it is extremely complicated. Well it is if you don't know what you are doing.

http://www.dailydot.com/news/dread-pirate-roberts-curtis-green-silk-road-killing/

Anonymous said...

Good evening H

I'll try to make a list though it will take some time, I think.

The "pyjamas" is a woman's thing, it's all in the details after all.

That aside, I didn't believe the McCanns from the beginning. I can still remember their first public statement, May 4, 2007. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pxHuwT__URc and the second one, the next day, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ZkaaZYRbRg

The first thing that crossed my mind: She's hiding something and he's lying and trying to save the situation. There is not a missing daughter on their mind, they are distressed because their daughter died. Only based on intuition, so not that reliable (well, actually I think it is). So, searching for information and facts on the Internet, I found a wonderful blogger amongst others, and I bought Amaral's book. It's not literature, it's not fiction, it's a history of facts, based on the actual Portuguese police files.

Furthermore, I never thought that Jane Tanner and Matthew Oldfield lied. Their statements were exaggerated, due to emotions, under the auspices of Gerry McCann. I can’t for the life of me understand why Tanner and Oldfield do accept this sham. Is it because they too left their children alone and their children are still alive? The same applies to Russell O’Brien and Rachel Oldfield. The Paynes remain a mystery.

A pact of silence of eight yuppies (sort of), who have created and are still creating many victims. The only thing that matters to them is their reputation and their own (remaining) children, the same children they neglected in Portugal. If it wasn’t so tragic, I would say "Oh the irony".

It is a pity, I think, that the majority of the British public is unaware of the facts and cannot read Amaral’s book. The general public being deceived by two doctors in tabloid stories, and the McCanns being enslaved by The Sun, the Daily Mail and so on. If it wasn’t so tragic, I would say ...

The whole McCann story is so amateurish. Gerry acts untrustworthy self-assured and Kate acts beyond contrived, but strangely enough, it is/was all into their advantage. Not sure about the developments, now the McCann case is bordering on the absurd.

We’ll wait and see.

Pardon the grammar.

Later m’dear. Mx


Himself said...

Pardon the grammar, she says.

Do you know Chuck, I once said to Joana Morais. The odd word apart, I would be hard put to tell that English wasn't your first language.

And from what you have written here, the very same applies, only sans the odd word.

Regarding grammar, initially I thought just the one error. But now I'm not so sure. In fact I'm not sure at all.

The "pyjamas" is a woman's thing

At first glance, you would say to yourself, The "pyjamas" are a woman's thing: pyjamas being plural.

But with putting quotation marks around pyjamas, does that make pyjamas singular, and so warrant the "is"?

AS I say, I don't know.

"The subject of the pyjamas, is after all, a woman's thing."

"The pyjamas, are a woman's thing."

And who am I to say? I am, after all, an engineer, not a member of the literati.

Nevertheless, a pretty flawless piece of writing in a second language.

I found a wonderful blogger amongst others

You are a sweetheart.

As for all the rest of it, and as I have said previously, if it was a Post Office robbery that was at the centre of this, how far would they have got with testimony of the calibre that we have seen?

Good heavens, a quarter to two, and just about to eat breakfast.

Thank you dearheart.

Anonymous said...

@12 November 2013 20:47

http://bit.ly/1glevI7

So do I.

Himself said...

Good afternoon Maren.

He seems to have his feet on the ground, in fact I have given him a follow after reading his timeline, and that's a rare thing for me to do with someone on the McCann tag.

Anonymous said...

@31 May 2012 09:04
Kate McCann and Cherie Blair
An account of the truth for the "babies".


http://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/columnists/andrewpierce/6313301/Has-Cherie-Blair-no-shame-I-think-we-know-the-answer-to-that.html

13 Oct 2009

Honestly, has that woman no shame in generating publicity to sell her memoirs? It was bad enough that Cherie Blair revealed to the world that she forgot her "contraceptive equipment" on her annual trip to Balmoral. Poor little Leo Blair will never live that one down. But at the Cheltenham Literature Festival at the weekend she rewrote history again when she declared that it was a 51-49 decision to invade Iraq. Funny that. There was me thinking that her husband had decided with George Bush to go to war with Iraq within days of the World Trade towers atrocity irrespective of what the House of Commons thought. Was it also not the same Mrs Blair who demonstrated her unswerving commitment to the biggest British foreign policy fiasco since Suez by hitting the telephones to persuade wavering women Labour MPs to back her husband in the crucial Commons vote?