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Butter Would Not Melt In Their Mouths?

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Butter Would Not Melt In Their Mouths?

Post by HonestlyDarling on 24.10.13 9:53

It seems to me that all the way along, since the conflicting and strangely alarming statements of Gerry & Kate first surfaced after the apocryphal event, that these grossly negligent parents have sought to control, manipulate, via reactionary conflict, and the mere threat of litigation, the aftermath. Just observing, objectively, the bizarre manner in which they conducted themselves combined with their choice of actions, demeanor and the provocative way in which they not just feigned a lack of culpability in the wicked crime of abandonment, but their disingenuous 'act' of trying to appear as if butter would not melt in their, at times, cloyingly sanctimonious mouths.
Another towering proof of mentality aspect (there are so many that deserve attention!) which totally amazes me, is the outrageous view, their own view, that they thought Madeleine would be 'safe' while abandoned along with the two babes? This in itself is an icy chilling idea broadcast after the de facto crime of abandonment had been committed by the McCann parents. It in a sense adds an offensive note to the whole affair; just how could two intelligent doctors possibly believe the ludicrous notion that their vulnerable, exposed and neglected babies were de facto safe? No one of any brains knows it is morally wrong to commit such a crime. This must and indeed does, say something very profound about the mentality of these negligent parents; it takes a cold, ruthless heart to leave children to the whim of fate. And that is not libeling them because we can prove, conclusively, by their own candid admissions, that they not only 'abandoned' these poor children, but did so on multiple occasions. Indeed a witness, now deceased, gave evidence to the Portuguese police which clearly contradicted Kate and Gerry's statement that they had looked in to check on their kids every half hour. The witness said that on at least one occasion, Madeleine was heard crying her heart out for a good hour and a half before the parents cam back. She also stated that on several occasions she was alarmed by Kate's loss of temper and the way in which she shouted at the kids. Subsequently Kate has said that Medeleine was a 'difficult' child?
Moreover, the McCanns have claimed that the trip was supposed to be a 'family holiday', yet they put the kids in the creche daily and left them alone most evenings; which to any family minded parent smacks of something less than family fun, in any analysis.
Another issue that even Oprah Winfrey picked up on, was why oh why did Kate McCann, a distraught, horrified mother who had discovered Madeleine missing, did she NOT go looking for her in any significant way? She was willing to leave it to someone else, presumably. Frantic, most mothers would have wondered if she had just walked off, looking for mummy and daddy? Why did she not call for Gerry, in great alarm, from the balcony? Instead she left the babes alone, AGAIN, and took the longest route down to the Tapas Bar to alert him? That is what happened.[There are numerous odd issues] Alone and with the door left unlocked she once again put the twins in possible jeopardy; inexplicable and especially perverse when you consider she actually, as she said, presumed Madeleine had definitely been abducted. Was she mad? Her behaviour was, it must be said, extraordinarily irrational and simply did not fit the usual bevaviour pattern of a parent who was missing a child. So it is what she DID NOT DO that both concerns and chills the objective observer.
There is so much more I could allude to here, but I must end this post by emphasizing the disgraceful way in which the crime of abandonment has been expertly glossed over and almost sanitized by an act of cynical, trivialization that has been a key part of a powerful campaign to sanctify the McCanns, as if butter would not melt in their mouths. Too many journalists and newsrooms are now unwilling to allude to the original crime of abandonment; this in itself is a moral issue and strikes at the very heart of the rights of children not to be abandoned and treated in such a coldly cynical and dangerous way. It is above all other considerations, Madeleine's rights that were abused on that sorry day; proving once again that our actions have consequences, even if we refuse to take responsibility for the crimes that we have committed. Passing the buck, whilst often a vain pursuit of the guilty, will never ever erase the evidence of the crime of abandonment.

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Post by dentdelion on 24.10.13 10:02

Welcome to the forum.  Excellent post.

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Post by pennylane on 24.10.13 10:07

agree 

welcome HonestlyDarling.

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Post by HonestlyDarling on 24.10.13 13:15

Thanks for welcome and reply.

shark I note that the McCann's predilection for litigation has taken on what could be construed as 'malicious prosecution' status; making their demands for punitive damages on the back Madeleine's fate rather unsavoury.  That they feel they are entitled to acquire a fake holier-than-though persona is, frankly, both intellectually and morally bankrupt.  The cheek of these two litigation obsessives is not just bizarre, but monumentally grotesque, to my thinking.  I wish they would just shove off and let the police get to the bottom of this occluded jumble of prevarication, fabrication and ham acting.  There is such a thing as righteous indignation, and then there is the folly of manifesting sour grapes which is probably what lies at the epicentre of this appalling affair!

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Post by plebgate on 24.10.13 13:26

Welcome and good first post.   We mustn't forget they weren't the only ones leaving their children alone on that holiday.  Ill children at that some of them.

As has been said many times, beggars belief that they thought it was ok to do it.

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Post by HonestlyDarling on 24.10.13 13:41

@plebgate wrote:Welcome and good first post.   We mustn't forget they weren't the only ones leaving their children alone on that holiday.  Ill children at that some of them.

As has been said many times, beggars belief that they thought it was ok to do it.
 Hi, thanks.

That is the other part of this strange business; they were all doing it?  It leaves me aghast that they all may have left the door unlocked...!

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Post by Guest on 24.10.13 14:00

I don't know if there's any proof that the other children were left alone. I think that, for whatever reason, the remaining couples decided to back the McCanns and say that they had done the same thing.

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Post by plebgate on 24.10.13 14:04

Yes agree NFWTD, but in the official files that is what has been said, so until/unless it is shown that they did not, then we have to go with what they have officially stated.

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Post by plebgate on 24.10.13 14:06

@HonestlyDarling wrote:
@plebgate wrote:Welcome and good first post.   We mustn't forget they weren't the only ones leaving their children alone on that holiday.  Ill children at that some of them.

As has been said many times, beggars belief that they thought it was ok to do it.
 Hi, thanks.

That is the other part of this strange business; they were all doing it?  It leaves me aghast that they all may have left the door unlocked...!
I think Fiona Payne has said that they did not leave their patio door unlocked - it may have been one of the others who said it, but so much info.  can't quite remember who it was.

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Post by soundworks on 24.10.13 15:28

Every time I see / hear about Kate McCann it reminds me of a certain Tracie Andrews

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Post by PeterMac on 24.10.13 15:39

All the other parents locked their children in, and on their own various admissions left them in the stench of diarrhoea, vomit, the ever present danger of fire - according to Kate - nightmares, night time terrors, and accidents of any kind you can think of.
And the public are supposed
1 To believe that normal parents - all four sets of them - would do this for 6 nights in a row
2 To accept that this is within the bounds of normal behaviour for anyone, let alone professional people who deal with other people's children in their daily lives

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Post by Smokeandmirrors on 24.10.13 18:44

@PeterMac wrote:All the other parents locked their children in, and on their own various admissions left them in the stench of diarrhoea, vomit, the ever present danger of fire - according to Kate - nightmares, night time terrors, and accidents of any kind you can think of.
And the public are supposed
1  To believe that normal parents - all four sets of them - would do this for 6 nights in a row
2  To accept that this is within the bounds of normal behaviour for anyone, let alone professional people who deal with other people's children in their daily lives
The Tapas have got off very lightly, considering ALL the other children were even younger than Madeleine. When a baby is sick, you watch it like a hawk, you don't swan off for dinner knowing when you get back it'll be swimming in it's own poo. Bloody disgusting, selfish, negligent barstewards the lot of them.

Each one of them who is a doctor should have been struck off for such disgusting behaviour. God help their patients if this is how they treated their own babies. And BABIES is what ALL the children were, tiny, helpless and to this day I feel absolutely incandescent that they treated the babies this way.

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Post by Guest on 24.10.13 19:09

@HonestlyDarling wrote:It seems to me that all the way along, since the conflicting and strangely alarming statements of Gerry & Kate first surfaced after the apocryphal event, that these grossly negligent parents have sought to control, manipulate, via reactionary conflict, and the mere threat of litigation, the aftermath.  Just observing, objectively, the bizarre manner in which they conducted themselves combined with their choice of actions, demeanor and the provocative way in which they not just feigned a lack of culpability in the wicked crime of abandonment, but their disingenuous 'act' of trying to appear as if butter would not melt in their, at times, cloyingly sanctimonious mouths.  
Another towering proof of mentality aspect (there are so many that deserve attention!) which totally amazes me, is the outrageous view, their own view, that they thought Madeleine would be 'safe' while abandoned along with the two babes?  This in itself is an icy chilling idea broadcast after the de facto crime of abandonment had been committed by the McCann parents.  It in a sense adds an offensive note to the whole affair; just how could two intelligent doctors possibly believe the ludicrous notion that their vulnerable, exposed and neglected babies were de facto safe? No one of any brains knows it is morally wrong to commit such a crime.  This must and indeed does, say something very profound about the mentality of these negligent parents; it takes a cold, ruthless heart to leave children to the whim of fate.  And that is not libeling them because we can prove, conclusively, by their own candid admissions, that they not only 'abandoned' these poor children, but did so on multiple occasions.  Indeed a witness, now deceased, gave evidence to the Portuguese police which clearly contradicted Kate and Gerry's statement that they had looked in to check on their kids every half hour. The witness said that on at least one occasion, Madeleine was heard crying her heart out for a good hour and a half before the parents cam back.  She also stated that on several occasions she was alarmed by Kate's loss of temper and the way in which she shouted at the kids. Subsequently Kate has said that Medeleine was a 'difficult' child?
Moreover, the McCanns have claimed that the trip was supposed to be a 'family holiday', yet they put the kids in the creche daily and left them alone most evenings; which to any family minded parent smacks of something less than family fun, in any analysis.
Another issue that even Oprah Winfrey picked up on, was why oh why did Kate McCann, a distraught, horrified mother who had discovered Madeleine missing, did she NOT go looking for her in any significant way?  She was willing to leave it to someone else, presumably.  Frantic, most mothers would have wondered if she had just walked off, looking for mummy and daddy?  Why did she not call for Gerry, in great alarm, from the balcony?  Instead she left the babes alone, AGAIN, and took the longest route down to the Tapas Bar to alert him? That is what happened.[There are numerous odd issues]  Alone and with the door left unlocked she once again put the twins in possible jeopardy; inexplicable and especially perverse when you consider she actually, as she said, presumed Madeleine had definitely been abducted.  Was she mad?  Her behaviour was, it must be said, extraordinarily irrational and simply did not fit the usual bevaviour  pattern of a parent who was missing a child.  So it is what she DID NOT DO that both concerns and chills the objective observer.
There is so much more I could allude to here, but I must end this post by emphasizing the disgraceful way in which the crime of abandonment has been expertly glossed over and almost sanitized by an act of cynical, trivialization that has been a key part of a powerful campaign to sanctify the McCanns, as if butter would not melt in their mouths.  Too many journalists and newsrooms are now unwilling to allude to the original crime of abandonment; this in itself is a moral issue and strikes at the very heart of the rights of children not to be abandoned and treated in such a coldly cynical and dangerous way.  It is above all other considerations, Madeleine's rights that were abused on that sorry day; proving once again that our actions have consequences, even if we refuse to take responsibility for the crimes that we have committed.  Passing the buck, whilst often a vain pursuit of the guilty, will never ever erase the evidence of the crime of abandonment.
Absolutely. The fact of the abandonment is remarked upon by the Correio de manhana too, as somthing to be taken into account even if the death a/o disappearance of Maddie McCann could not be laid at her parents doorstep

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Post by Cristobell on 24.10.13 20:21

Brilliant first post HD!

Like yourself, I believe that moment they walked out of the patio doors leaving those babies alone and in darkness, was unbelievably callous.  I cannot begin to contemplate what was going through their minds and the fact that they chose their friends' company over the safety of their children.

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