Wednesday, November 20, 2013

God Gaol and Kate McCann

Prompted by this tweet, a re-up for the relevant parts of this 2010 post.

Philip Prince OBE ‏@PhilipIndigo: Can't think what's going to be worst for McCann's, prison or public humiliation?

My thoughts below, after the usual sycophantic drivel of, Tracey Kandohla.

Kate McCann: About as Far Away From God as You Can Get
Kate McCann: I pray for the people who have kidnapped Madeleine

by Tracey Kandohla

Kate McCann has admitted that she will try to find it in her heart to forgive whoever kidnapped her daughter Madeleine.

In a moving interview Kate, 42, a devout Catholic, says: 'It is hard to say but I would like to hope I could forgive. It would be a bit difficult. I just want to know why they have taken her.

'I always pray for the family. Most of the prayers are centred on Madeleine. But I pray for the people who have taken her and the people who know what has happened to her.'

Kate and her husband Gerry, 41, were among 450 people taking part in a fun run in London's Hyde Park yesterday to raise funds for the charity Missing People.

During the 10km run the couple wore tops bearing a picture of their daughter smiling and the words 'Don't give up on me'.

In the interview broadcast on Radio 2's Good Morning Sunday this weekend, Kate, from Rothley, Leicestershire, tells how she takes sanctuary alone in the village's Sacred Heart church.

She says: 'I've got the key to the church. It's kindly been given to me. It's a bit of a sanctuary - a refuge - and I can go and speak out, when no one else is there, and get it all off my chest really.'

She believes God is looking after and protecting six-year-old Maddie, who vanished from a holiday apartment in Praia da Luz, Portugal, in May 2007 just days before her fourth birthday.

She adds: 'There are times I have got angry with God but my faith has sustained me and it has got stronger.'

She said having a child snatched was 'the worst thing that could ever happen to a parent. The pain is just incredible and I cannot help but worry about her.

'The wounds are less raw now and the pain doesn't go away but I am a lot stronger than I was a year ago.'

She says enduring her third Mother's Day without her eldest child is painful and 'a constant reminder that one of my babies isn't with me'.

But she vows to 'get through it like any other day'. She adds: 'I am still Madeleine's mum and always will be.

'I just want to bring her back into the warmth and love of our family.'

Kate was expected to attend a church service in the village to mark Mothering Sunday. She is due to be given a bunch of daffodils there by her five-year-old twins Sean and Amelie.

She adds: 'The twins are really positive and keep us going. I have a lot of hope that Madeleine is still alive but the difficult task is trying to find her.'

She describes Maddie as 'an amazing little character' who has 'loads of energy, is really funny and quite knowing. I want everyone to meet her'.

Asked if she had a message for mothers who are facing similar heartache, she says: 'Dig deep and just keep hoping. Surround yourself with positive people and don't give up.'

Daily Mail

You just couldn't make it up could you, Kate McCann is possessed of piety, I wonder if she exchanged it for her daughter's body?

I've no intention of crawling in the sewer to parse this hackneyed drivel, but just let me pick up on this:

"I've got the key to the church. It's kindly been given to me. It's a bit of a sanctuary - a refuge -"

I should consider it training if I were you, get yourself acclimatised to being alone behind a locked door. For when this house of cards comes tumbling down, that's just the kind of place you're going to find yourself, only this time it will be someone else that will be in charge of the key.

They are going to put you in a little hole all by yourself, what else will they be able to do with the world's most hated and reviled woman? For that is just what you are going to be, that tag is yours, it has your name on it.

They are going to lock you in hole madam, so deep, they will have to pump air to you. Lock you in a hole out of fear that someone will get to you.  But they will get you, there's always a way, be assured of that.

Think about that one madam, think about that one when next you are telling us all about your prayers and your anger that you direct towards your God.

Try giving it a little more thought before you utter obscenities like this:

She describes Maddie as 'an amazing little character' who has 'loads of energy, is really funny and quite knowing. I want everyone to meet her'.

I want everyone to meet her.

Madeleine McCann is dead. She died in the "care" of her parents.

There was no abductor, there was only her parents.


Anonymous said...

In "Madeleine" by Kate McCann

For a Catholic, meeting the Pope is about as close as you can get to meeting God, and we certainly needed His help.

You couldn’t make it up, but then the truth comes out:

I also believed that this meeting might lead to many more Catholics offering prayers for Madeleine.

More god and pray:
Kate also tried to involve the Muslim people

Well, the more the merrier.

As you say,
Kate McCann: About as far away from God as you can get.

Anonymous said...

Mirror can’t find the page, but we can:

September 16, 2007

IF anything is to shake the McCanns' unswerving Catholic faith, it must be the Pope ditching them from the Vatican website.

A whiff of guilt, and the Catholic hierarchy distance themselves. And this from an organisation built on guilt and hypocrisy.

Oh, the irony.

Himself said...

Never read such a turgid piece of puke inducing drivel in all my fucking life.

Definitely on for tweeting.

Himself said...

Where did you find this Maren, has it been on the web recently? Or?

Himself said...

Now That I have woken up, your comment goes from, "most interesting" to "Gor blimey" because I have just noticed the source.

I straight away assumed the source was The WayBack Machine. What a strange find.

How did you end up with this one Maren?

Anonymous said...

Good day H

I did remember that article and found a "back-up" on the web. M

Interesting indeed.

Anonymous said...

08 Sep 2007

So it has come to this: Kate McCann is a suspect in the disappearance of her daughter. How could it be true? She went to see the Pope, for God's sake.

Anonymous said...

McCanns' news briefing in Rome, 30 May 2007

Reuters: "Phil (inaudible) from Reuters. You spoke just this morning before you went into the audience and we all watched with emotion, I would say, errr... on the close circuit television and we saw your brief encounter with the Pope. When you gave him that picture and held it up and he touched it and he blessed it, could you each describe your feelings at that moment, please?"

Kate McCann: "I mean, it was very emotional but it's also a very positive experience really. It's been very important to us and that photograph will stay with me now."

Gerry McCann: "It was more personal than I could ever possibly have imagined it could have been and... there was, you know, recognition immediately in looking at Madeleine's photograph and his, errr... touch and thoughts and words were more tender than we could have hoped and that will help sustain us during this most difficult time."

November 18, 2014

Pope Tells Doctors That Euthanasia, IVF, Abortion Are Sins

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

Kate McCann in “Madeleine”

“The fact that I had asked to see a priest on the night of Madeleine’s disappearance was also seen as evidence of guilt. What? I was beginning to find my credulity stretched to breaking point. ‘Don’t people in Portugal talk to priests in times of need?’ I asked Carlos. Apparently not. They only called for a priest when they wanted their sins to be forgiven. Good grief. This was definitely not the faith with which I was familiar.”

Oh well...