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Post by Praia on 18.01.12 15:28

Did you know one of Sarah Brown's team in No. 10 was a Pauline PENNINGTON?? There's that name again.


She is thanked in the Acknowledgments in Sarah's autobiography "Beyond the Black Door" ...lots of familiar names pop up, Emma Freud, Jo Rowling (Sarah's vbf), Kirsty Young, Mathew Freud and Liz Murdoch, Piers Morgan (another vbf), Penny Smith (ex colleague of Lorraine Kelly and Fiona Philips)....


I read the book to see could I see any connections to the "celebrities" who have supported the McCann's. Well worth reading fot anyone interested in how the Brown's could have influenced the case.

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Post by Guest on 18.01.12 16:13

That's very interesting Praia. As for the same old names keep popping up, you're right and no I do not believe it is just a coincidence.

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Post by jd on 18.01.12 16:17

I did a search but could not find anything significant. You are right, its funny how names mccann and pennington always seem to be popping up....there is something so strange about all this

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Post by Praia on 18.01.12 17:28

In her book you can see how the circle supports each others publicity events, she is very close to Piers Morgan for example, so it's easy to bring up poor Kate and Gerry, the hell they are in, how they need all treating kindly etc.
Read the book, she namedrops all over the place and alot of the names publicly promote the poor parent's slant.

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Post by Advocatus on 18.01.12 23:48

@Praia wrote:In her book you can see how the circle supports each others publicity events, she is very close to Piers Morgan for example, so it's easy to bring up poor Kate and Gerry, the hell they are in, how they need all treating kindly etc.
Read the book, she namedrops all over the place and alot of the names publicly promote the poor parent's slant.

Of COURSE they all know each other, it is like public fe masonry, no holds barred...

http://aangirfan.blogspot.com/2011/07/murdoch-in-bed-with-chinks-and-cops.html


Yates and Brooks

The Murdoch media empire seems to have been in bed with the Chinese, various politicians and the police?

Assistant Commissioner John Yates is a top London policeman.

Yates has spoken about rumours that he had had a relationship with top Murdoch media executive Rebekah Brooks.

"There has been a huge amount of malicious gossip. I have laughed at it. It is quite astonishing.

"I take it with a large pinch of salt; it’s not true."

Yates was supposed to be investigating the Murdoch empire.

(John Yates: I failed victims of phone hacking /John Yates interview: hacking investigation a 'cock up' )

Cameron and Brooks

Rebekah Brooks had a "sleepover" with Sarah Brown at Chequers in 2008.

Sarah Brown is the wife of former UK prime minister Gordon Brown.

Rebekah Brooks is an intimate friend of UK prime minister David Cameron.

(Rebekah Brooks: A ruthless, charming super-schmoozer.)

Hayman and friend. Website for this image

The UK's former top anti-terrorist police officer, Andy Hayman, failed to 'nail' the Murdoch media empire.

(News of the World: Andy Hayman has been criticised for not acting)

Hayman was photographed leaving a London pub with a married blonde civil servant.

Channel 4 News accused Hayman of exchanging 400 texts and phone calls with the woman, Nikki Redmond, who worked for the notorious Independent Police Complaints Commission.

The picture was taken while Hayman headed a phone-hacking inquiry involving the Murdoch media.

Hayman took a job with Murdoch, at The Times.

It has been suggested that Hayman 'failed to investigate phone-hacking' because he feared his relationship with Redmond would be exposed by Murdoch's News of the World.

In 2011, it was disclosed that top London police officers enjoyed private dinners with Murdoch editors at the same time as the force was responsible for investigating the Murdoch phone-hacking scandal.

In September 2006, top cop Paul Stephenson dined with the News of the World’s then deputy editor, Neil Wallis.

Also linked to the Murdoch organisation are former top cops Lord Stevens and Sir Ian Blair.

Former Director of Public Prosecutions Lord Macdonald has a job with the Murdoch organisation.

Has Murdoch upset those people who do not like China?

In June 2011, in Shanghai, Rupert Murdoch said of China:

"The truth is there is no more exciting market in the world".

(MURDOCH PRAISES CHINA-Studio Briefing)

The New York Times, in 2007, reported:

"Mr. Murdoch has flattered Communist Party leaders and done business with their children.

"His Fox News network helped China’s leading state broadcaster develop a news Web site.

"He joined hands with the Communist Youth League, a power base in the ruling party, in a risky television venture...

"Mr. Murdoch’s third wife, Wendi, is a mainland Chinese who once worked for his Hong Kong-based satellite broadcaster, Star TV."

She has a "role in managing investments and honing elite connections in China."

Murdoch "often supports the policies of Chinese leaders and attacks their critics."

(Murdoch's Dealings in China.)


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Post by Praia on 19.01.12 0:03

Yes it is "obvious" but I am focusing on SB's autobiography, a primary souce of info. We wonder why certain light entertainment figures gush over the McCann's.
The question is WHY Gordon and Sarah Brown appear to be helping the McCann's. They were in a precarious position supporting people who were suspects in an English child's disappearance. The Brown's had more than enough hot potatoes to deal with in 2007.
SB writes of her busy social life, a constant whirl with the designer clothes and jewelery on loan, meeting and greeting on the charity circuit. A world I imagine that Healy would have loved to been involved.

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Post by Praia on 19.01.12 0:04

Tired fingers. The first line should read "certain light..". Mod's can you fix?

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Post by Guest on 19.01.12 0:16

Advocatus, your last two posts have been deleted. They are nothing to do with Sarah Brown.

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Post by jd on 19.01.12 0:22

The question is WHY Gordon and Sarah Brown appear to be helping the McCann's

This is the question.....

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Post by Advocatus on 19.01.12 0:39

candyfloss wrote:Advocatus, your last two posts have been deleted. They are nothing to do with Sarah Brown.

Hi candyfloss, I got the definitions from the respected Guido Fawkes blog, actually. Having studied this awful man (G Brown, in depth, for 15 years), I think the two wiki entries are valid. Of course I'm not insinuating anything, but Praia is asking honest questions and I am giving honest clues.

Anyway, I suggest Praia finds out who Guy Fawkes is, and what the good old British public REALLY think of Sarah Brown.

Guido is the most respected internet political commentator in the UK, Guido Fawkes, here:

Guido Fawkes: the colourful life of the man who brought down Damian McBride

Gordon Rayner unravels the controversial and sometimes criminal past of
Paul Staines, aka Guido Fawkes, the blogger who strikes fear into
Westminster

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/5173475/Guido-Fawkes-the-colourful-life-of-the-man-who-brought-down-Damian-McBride.html






Mr Staines went to great lengths to keep his identity anonymous when he set up his blog




By Gordon Rayner, Chief Reporter

6:56PM BST 17 Apr 2009

As Damian McBride contemplates the wreckage of
his career following his exposure over the Tory smears scandal, one
name will buzz around his head like a wasp trapped in a bottle: that of
his nemesis, Paul Staines. Better known by his nom de plume of
Guido Fawkes, it was political blogger Mr Staines who obtained emails
written by Mr McBride that proposed publishing online a series of slurs
about the private lives of leading Conservatives.

Ironically,
Mr McBride, the Prime Minister's former spokesman, had been keen to
start a website apeing Mr Staines's acerbic, gossip-laden blog, which
has become the country's most visited – and controversial – political
blogsite since it was set up in 2004. His plan went hideously wrong when
the emails, originally intended for Derek Draper, a Labour blogger,
somehow fell into Mr Staines's possession, and instead of replicating
the success of Guido Fawkes, Mr McBride was hoist by his own petard.

Mr
Staines, the journalistic equivalent of an arsonist, has spent the week
basking in the heat of the flames he kindled, posting a cartoon on his
website which shows Mr Brown as his next intended scalp.

The stated aim of the Fawkes website is simple: to expose hypocrisy,
corruption and impropriety in a parliament that he believes is rotten to
the core.







Ok for Praia, take a read of these 707 comments about Sarah Brown, following this rather innocuous post of his at the Guido Fawkes site!: -

IT TOUCHED A NERVE!!!


http://order-order.com/2009/08/22/why-sarah-brown-wont-emulate-michelle-obama/

Even though she is being cynically used to humanise Gordon via Twitter, her
blog and a raised profile, Guido thinks there is no need for Sarah Brown
to go on Sesame Street.

She already lives on Downing Street with a Grouch…

Tags: Anyone But Gordon, Downing Street

at August 22, 2009 at 10:33 am

Comments here, if you really WANT to know about Sarah Brown, read on, I don't think 700+ people can be wrong:

http://order-order.com/2009/08/22/why-sarah-brown-wont-emulate-michelle-obama/

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Post by Advocatus on 19.01.12 0:59

Yes it is "obvious" but I am focusing on SB's autobiography, a primary souce of info. We wonder why certain light entertainment figures gush over the McCann's.


I can't tell you what I know here. Maybe others can fill you in. It is a deep deep rabbit hole, are you prepared to go down it?

Morpheus:
"This is your last chance. After this, there is no turning back. You take
the blue pill - the story ends, you wake up in your bed and believe
whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill - you stay in
Wonderland and I show you how deep the rabbit-hole goes."



The question is WHY Gordon and Sarah Brown appear to be helping the McCann's.


I'll try and make it very simple. Remember the Casa Pia scandal? Our equivalent in the UK was Dunblane. You need to check out the following sub links too, won't take you long.

http://www.whale.to/b/james9.html


They were in a precarious position supporting people who were suspects in an English child's disappearance. The Brown's had more than enough hot potatoes to deal with in 2007.


Yes, buy even MORE precarious is immediate triage, DAMAGE LIMITATION (the good old English cover-up! We excel at this sport!)... Enter our No 1, professional spin merchant, Clarence Mitchell! Hired on immediately. If GB had not unleashed the might of the full British Establishment on this case, he would be a dead man walking.


SB writes of her busy social life, a constant whirl with the designer clothes and jewelery on loan, meeting and greeting on the charity circuit. A world I imagine that Healy would have loved to been involved.


Ah yes, the old Diana syndrome, the Jacquie Kennedy syndrome, the Zsa Zsa Gabor syndrome, the Elizabeth Taylor syndrome, the Marilyn Monroe syndrome, the Grace Kelly syndrome, the Evita syndrome - you get the picture.

Delve into any of those lives and they are ALL filled with despair and tragedy.

Ya gotta be careful what you wish for, eh, Kate?

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Post by Advocatus on 19.01.12 2:53

@Praia wrote:Did you know one of Sarah Brown's team in No. 10 was a Pauline PENNINGTON?? There's that name again.


She is thanked in the Acknowledgments in Sarah's autobiography "Beyond the Black Door" ...lots of familiar names pop up, Emma Freud, Jo Rowling (Sarah's vbf), Kirsty Young, Mathew Freud and Liz Murdoch, Piers Morgan (another vbf), Penny Smith (ex colleague of Lorraine Kelly and Fiona Philips)....


I read the book to see could I see any connections to the "celebrities" who have supported the McCann's. Well worth reading fot anyone interested in how the Brown's could have influenced the case.

Jo Rowling (Sarah's vbf)


Have you heard the rumours about JK Rowling Praia? She is big big friends of course with Sarah! I believe she donated a lot to the Labour party. Have you heard the rumours about how prolific she is? And the agenda - remember these books are being devoured to basically mind-control the whole world's population of children over the last decade or so. The litmus test for me with any so-called occult children's (or even adult's) fiction, is, if specific details as described in the book can be found in the library under the OCCULT section (spells, rites, witchcraft, allusions to satanism etc), then HOUSTON! We have a problem! If a book's fantasy details cannot be found in a big library OCCULT section, then the author is more than likely coming from the right path, rather than the left. I wouldn't let my daughter anywhere near any of Sarah's best friend's bewks.

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Post by Advocatus on 19.01.12 3:49

@Praia wrote:Did you know one of Sarah Brown's team in No. 10 was a Pauline PENNINGTON?? There's that name again.


She is thanked in the Acknowledgments in Sarah's autobiography "Beyond the Black Door" ...lots of familiar names pop up, Emma Freud, Jo Rowling (Sarah's vbf), Kirsty Young, Mathew Freud and Liz Murdoch, Piers Morgan (another vbf), Penny Smith (ex colleague of Lorraine Kelly and Fiona Philips)....


I read the book to see could I see any connections to the "celebrities" who have supported the McCann's. Well worth reading fot anyone interested in how the Brown's could have influenced the case.







Hi again Praia,

One more biggie before I hit the sack, and I hope the mods allow it, because it DOES involve Sarah, and her role with one of the most powerful men in the world.

A few years ago one or two noted psychiatrists popped up in the Daily Mail and a few other big UK newspapers, writing professional theses, and questioning whether Gordon Brown was mentally ill or not.

I.e. Was he sane or not, was there a 'problem...'

The rumours going around in the UK were that he was in a very dangerous mental 'place' [I'm being polite here...]

This culminated with Andrew Marr on a LIVE Sunday morning TV show, asking if Mr Brown was on pills to control his mental state. Watch the response, words and body language. Don't sit too near your PC screen whilst watching this or you risk being drenched by a tsunami of sweat and general putridness.

See it yourself here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yt50qm482No

OK.

Here is an article describing Gordon's condition, and how Sarah has helped him.

Please bear in mind that G Brown Esq. is directly responsible for all the 'damage limitation' going on in Luz and elsewhere. Gerry phoned Gordon many many times. He also had the ear of Cherie and Tony Blair.

Why?

BTW - http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2033115/Alistair-darling-memoirs-Working-Gordon-Brown-like-having-dental-treatment-anaesthetic-said-Blair.html

"Tony Blair said dealing with Gordon
Brown was ‘like having dental treatment with no anaesthetic’, Alistair
Darling is to claim in his memoirs.The
former chancellor, whose book is being published next week, will also
lift the lid on the collapse of his own relationship with Mr Brown.
His
position at the Treasury was so fraught that his wife Maggie joked he
was like the Nazi prisoner Rudolph Hess locked up in prison alone."

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2033115/Alistair-darling-memoirs-Working-Gordon-Brown-like-having-dental-treatment-anaesthetic-said-Blair.html#ixzz1js2klXeK






Here is the article, summing up the expert views of mental health specialists and insiders.

http://bastardoldholborn.blogspot.com/2009/09/sick-man-of-europe.html


ESTABLISHMENT 'COLLUDING IN PLIGHT OF SICK MAN BROWN'?

"The
Prime Minister of Great Britain is a man too ill to be holding the
Office." This was the conclusion last week of a senior civil servant
liaising regularly with Gordon Brown. For reasons which will become
clear, the person involved will not go public with the evidence for this
conclusion. The same applies to a high-ranking Treasury official who
told us "In both a physical and mental sense, the Prime Minister is a
very sick man, seriously disabled." Three years ago, an Opposition MP
told nby "He is on extremely heavy doses of cutting-edge
anti-depressants, but so far they have made little difference". And
during the last fortnight, another high-ranking government source
claimed "He is now on pills which restrict the foods he can eat and what
he can drink. He is losing the sight of his good eye quite rapidly.
It's a mess, and nobody knows what to do".
Rumours
have circulated about Gordon Brown's health for a number of years. As
long ago as 2004, Simon Heffer wrote in the Spectator that he displayed
many signs of Asperger's syndrome: humourlessness, lack of irony and
obsessional behaviour patterns. Nby itself ran a long piece in February
2007, predicting fairly accurately how Brown's rigid responses to given
situations would prove to be inappropriate, and his behaviour in the end
dysfunctional. We noted at the time 'If the Labour Party can organise
seventy-three signatories to a document of intent named 'Anyone but
Gordon', then there must be something about the man which might make him
unfit to be Prime Minister'. In fact, we had already been advised by
then that the PM had been on large doses of SSRI anti-depressants - the
class of drugs derived from Prozac.

The
overall story is well known in lobbyist circles. A senior member of
this group told us that "Brown is in a very dark place. Sarah [hiswife,
Mrs Brown] has begged him on several occasions to seek help, but he
resists most offers of advice."
Yet another popular journalist said "I'm
afraid all the stories about him throwing things around and screaming
at secretaries are entirely true.
He behaves impeccably in public and
can really turn on the charm when he needs to in private - but inside
the bunker he behaves appallingly. He's also binging on junk food late
at night - you can see he's gaining weight".



However,
our investigation suggests that there is a more important reason for
the PM's weight gain: he is now on a different class of drugs, for which
ballooning weight is one of the least dangerous side-effects.
These
drugs are called Mono Amine Oxidase Inhibitors (MAOIs). Before the
arrival of Prozac derivatives, they were the first line of attack when
dealing with severely depressed patients. But a senior physician told us
last month "A GP would have to be insane to prescribe MAOIs these days -
SSRIs are safer, with far fewer side-effects. Apart from anything else,
it's almost impossible to get hold of them".
This
is indeed correct. In 2003, SKB withdrew their MAOI brand-leader
Parnate because of the dangers it represented, and also because SSRIs
had none of the disadvantages. However, at the time several regional
mental health units reported that for some patients, SSRIs were nowhere
near as effective.
Thus
there is evidence that, having tried and seen no help from the newer
generation of drugs, Gordon Brown has now been put onto MAOIs. If this
is true, then he is indeed in a desperate state - as we shall explain
This
evidence was handed to us inadvertantly. The senior source referred to
at the start of this piece mentioned "the latest nonsense - a huge list
of things he can't eat or drink because of the drugs he's on...most
importantly, cheese and Chianti". Every doctor in Britain would
recognise these contraindications instantly: for they are the two great verbotens for people taking MAOI drugs.
As
long ago as 2001, prescribing psychiatrists described MAOIs as 'the
last resort now we have better drugs'. However, for all their downsides
(several thousand people around the world have died as a result of
ignoring the dietary advice re MAOIs) this older class of drugs has one
huge advantage: for severe depression and obsessive compulsive disorder it remains very effective.
Obsessive
Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is relatively common. Most of us display some
obsessive features in everyday life, but under stress a minority of
people become borderline or actual OCD in their behaviour, and need
medication to control both this and the depression which almost always
presents soon afterwards. The most obvious symptom is a compulsive need
to carry out functions such as hand-washing or counting almost
incessantly. (The Asperger's syndrome 'Rain Man' personality displays
these too, but the two conditions are easily separable on other bases.
Our view is that Brown has OCD, not Asperger's syndrome.)
Gordon
Brown's symptoms are obvious when viewed in this light: the constant
repetition of phrases, and an almost embarrassing (for his Party) need
to spray every Parliamentary answer with statistics. Lifting out of
poverty, the Tories are the do-nothing Party, global problems require
global solutions - these and myriad others have been repeated over and
over ad nauseam. Equally, the six million lifted out of poverty, twelve
million helped by mortgage benefits, two million new jobs created: when
interrogated, these figures often prove to be illusory, but they - and
the constant speech repetition - represent Brown's unconscious means of
controlling the severe anxiety that accompanies depression with OCD.
We have no means (as yet) of proving his use of MAOIs, although the 'long list of forbidden foods'
is
the nearest one will get to a smoking gun - short of a written, signed
diagnosis or prescription. We also cannot be certain how long the PM has
been taking them, but the remark 'the latest nonsense' suggests that
this is a relatively recent development. On average, a heavy dose of
MAOI therapy would start to display some results within twenty days to
six weeks. Gordon Brown has reportedly returned from 'easily his longest
break from Downing Street' feeling 'very much refreshed and up for it'.
It is more than likely he took the uncharacteristically long break on
medical advice. And it will be interesting to note whether his behaviour
changes.
One feature
unlikely to change is the increasingly obvious difficulty he has finding
his way to and from podiums, and lack of peripheral vision. This
(according to a senior, medically-trained source) is the result of
failing sight in te one eye he has left. We found so many confirmations
of this story from so many sources, it seems to us impossible fr it to
be pure invention. It appears to be universally recognised in the
Cabinet and upper echelons of the Civil Service.
So:
here we seem to have a man (unless huge cadres of non-colluding senior
people are liars) on a rarely used, dangerous drug to control his
mental state - and getting close to a stage of serious disablement in
relation to his eyesight. As this would clearly make any such person
wholly unfit to fulfil the Premiership - especially in the dangerous,
broken world we now inhabit - why hasn't the story broken more widely?
Why hasn't the Opposition leapt on it? In answering this question, we
need to delve into the murkier waters of Gordon Brown's psyche - and the
cynical guessing-game that passes for public service in the House of
Commons....on all sides.

Brown rules by fear and smear.
He always has done, and it is the main
thing he is known (and hated) for in the Labour Party. A former Cabinet
Minister told nby in early 2008 "Nobody ran against Gordon because
nobody could face the slur, innuendo and blackmail that would go with
it. When he gets going, Brown and his little coterie of spinners are
animals".
Several similar observations appeared in national newspapers
during late 2007. There has also remained the rumour that even Blair
himself eventually fell foul of this, and left not of his own volition
but as a result of threats from the Brown camp. That must remain as
conjecture: but given his alleged track record of not entirely legal
actions, Blair would have had a lot to be frightened about.
The
PM evokes a certain degree of loyalty from close confidantes, but the
main reason why no Brown staffer has broken ranks is that this would
mean the end of the meal-ticket: either Brown would fall, or he would
deny...and bury the whistle-blower. Luncheon Vouchers are also behind
the remaining silence in the Parliamentary Party as a whole. Two senior
Lobby correspondents have confirmed to us in the last three weeks that
"even the most anti-Brown camp think there's no alternative to Brown".
Nearly all Labour backbenchers now expect a rout, but think that if
Brown were ousted they would be wiped out. Comically, the exact opposite
view pertains in the Tory Shadow Cabinet, where "they're so terrified
of Labour dumping Brown, they'd do anything to leave him precisely where
he is".
This bears
further examination on a number of levels. Three of our sources
confirmed the general view that the parlous state of Brown's health is
well-known among Conservative bigwigs. That they collude in an allegedly
dangerously ill man remaining in charge of Government (purely to ensure
their own victory) is selfish cynicism of the worst kind - and a
damning charge to which, if and when the truth of this matter comes to
light, they will have no defence. It also reinforces the electorate's
feeling that senior Cameron Tories are woefully lacking in confidence -
or convincing alternatives to what the Government is doing.
As
to whether Brown is a liability or an asset for voters, the latest poll
(30.8.09) in the Guardian showed that Brown's ratings have actually
fallen as 'signs' of economic green shoots have become apparent. In
short, when it comes to the Machiavellian 'keep him where he is'
strategy, New Labour have called it wrong. As ever, they are probably
being too clever for their own good.
Perhaps
more disturbing is the passive political bias (and dereliction of
Constitutional duty) represented by the obvious collusion in any
cover-up about the Prime Minister's health problems throughout the
senior ranks of the Civil Service. One of the main sources of this story
told us, "It's a farce, and utterly disgraceful. There isn't a mandarin
in Whitehall who's unaware of Brown's condition - they tittle-tattle
the tale wherever they go, dining out on their inside knowledge, and yet
won't lift a finger to bring it to the public's attention. We are being
let down at every turn by the spineless Establishment running this
country
".
One can
appreciate how a similar situation developed from 1935 onwards in
relation to the King's relationship with Mrs Simpson. But it is hard to
understand why the press - especially the right-wing press - haven't had
a harder go at nailing this story in 2009. The tabloids are too busy
shouting threats into celeb letter-boxes, and the more liberally
inclined papers may well share the New Labour view that loyalty is their
duty at this stage of the game; but that seems unlikely - and what of
Dacre at The Mail, or the Telegraph, still fresh from its huge success
in blowing the lid off the expenses scandal?
The
answer usually comes back 'there's no physical evidence, and it's an
easy story to deny - to dismiss as just another anti-Brown smear
campaign'. But perhaps the clues about MAOI usage by the Prime Minister
make it much harder to deny....and much easier to get written
confirmation. For if it's true, Brown's entourage must be sending out
strict dietary requirements ahead of his regularly catered public
engagements; one could even monitor what he eats on such occasions.
Not
Born Yesterday lacks both the sources and resources to do this job. The
sole purpose of this piece is to get matters to a stage where the story
is out in the public domain, such that the real people who count in
Britain - the voters - can make their own minds up about it. And - who
knows? - to create a situation in which the Opposition might at last do
its duty, and question the PM's fitness for office on these well-known
(if not as yet well-documented) bases."


So Sarah Brown certainly has a lot on her plate!


More:


Yesterday, The Times published an article of questionable virtue by its resident medical columnist, Dr Thomas Stuttaford, in which he implies that both Tony Blair and Gordon Brown have personality disorders.

"...[I]t
is interesting that Tony Blair, charming and charismatic as he is,
scores a full house of ticks for a histrionic personality disorder, and
scores in the boxes of a few other personality disorders too" writes Stuttaford.
And he observes that Prime Minister Brown:
"...shows symptoms of the personality disorders grouped together in DSM4
as cluster A disorders. He is likely to be demanding, self- absorbed,
have difficulties in relationships with others, suffer discomfort in
social situations with unfamiliar people, have vaguely unsettling
inappropriate gestures or facial expressions and may be so focused that
he finds it difficult to concentrate on subjects other than that which
has caught his immediate attention."

Remember, this is the man responsible for this whole McCann fiasco~~~!!!



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Re: Sarah Brown, did her connections help the McCann's?

Post by Praia on 19.01.12 14:06

I am interested in why the Brown's helped the McCann's, what is the direct link.

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Post by Guest on 19.01.12 14:36

@Praia wrote:I am interested in why the Brown's helped the McCann's, what is the direct link.

Who are Gordon Brown's friends? Someone connected to the tourist industry. Someone who perhaps offers alternative types of secret holidays. Someone with plenty of money and influence. Whose reputation needs protecting at all costs, however much it takes.

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Post by Advocatus on 19.01.12 17:17

@Praia wrote:I am interested in why the Brown's helped the McCann's, what is the direct link.


Google paedophillia gordon brown

That is the direct link, I posted a red link that explains it all above...

Again = http://www.thetruthseeker.co.uk/oldsite/print.asp?ID=12246&Pictures=Off

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Post by Guest on 19.01.12 17:25

This article has been posted before and then deleted because of its unsubstantiated allegations.

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Re: Sarah Brown, did her connections help the McCann's?

Post by Advocatus on 19.01.12 19:31

Jean wrote:This article has been posted before and then deleted because of its unsubstantiated allegations.

Fair enough, I've given Praia plenty of info, I'm sure she can figure it out!

BTW I have researched those allegations for the best part of 15 years and I am satisfied that the vast majority are indeed true. In fact we are barely scratching the surface. Truth is stranger than fiction, and ain't THAT the truth!

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