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PETITION UPDATES - The target is now 10,000 SIGNATURES by 30 March 2015

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Post by Brian Griffin on 05.12.14 6:07

There's something even odder about this couple. There's an unrealistic sense of detachment, especially from the mother who you would imagine to have an even stronger emotional bond with her child than the father, the baby literally being 'part' of her. Whether what happened to Madeleine was an accident, a result of outside forces, or an attempt by the parents to cover up an unfortunate situation...whatever the case, surely the mother would be devastated by the loss of her child from the very core of her existence. She just doesn't seem bothered enough in my eyes, and I just can't understand how she can be so detached, no matter what has gone on. It isn't real. It isn't human. It isn't even 'animal' because they grieve and hurt too, when their offspring are lost. It feels so heartless to say this, but it's what I feel from the whole situation. I apologise to the McCanns if I am wrong. But a mother goes all out to protect her children. Kate refused to answer questions that any normal parents would have answered without fear for themselves or future projections of possible consequences. The only thing a normal person would feel is 'I want my child back at any cost'.

The rest of the McCanns seem to treat the whole thing like a big 'jolly'. I'm bewildered by these people.

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Post by Joss on 05.12.14 7:14

@Brian Griffin wrote:There's something even odder about this couple. There's an unrealistic sense of detachment, especially from the mother who you would imagine to have an even stronger emotional bond with her child than the father, the baby literally being 'part' of her. Whether what happened to Madeleine was an accident, a result of outside forces, or an attempt by the parents to cover up an unfortunate situation...whatever the case, surely the mother would be devastated by the loss of her child from the very core of her existence. She just doesn't seem bothered enough in my eyes, and I just can't understand how she can be so detached, no matter what has gone on. It isn't real. It isn't human. It isn't even 'animal' because they grieve and hurt too, when their offspring are lost. It feels so heartless to say this, but it's what I feel from the whole situation. I apologise to the McCanns if I am wrong. But a mother goes all out to protect her children. Kate refused to answer questions that any normal parents would have answered without fear for themselves or future projections of possible consequences. The only thing a normal person would feel is 'I want my child back at any cost'.

The rest of the McCanns seem to treat the whole thing like a big 'jolly'. I'm bewildered by these people.

In my opinion.
BG, I agree, the detachment is awful because a grieving parent wants to connect to their child in any way they can, to hear and speak their name often, yet how often do the McC's mention their daughter's name?
Have they ever when televised on the media said anything to their daughter to directly to tell her how much she is loved and missed and how they wish she could come back home where she belongs with her family? Or has it just been crickets in that department from them?
It really makes me wonder if K.McC ever properly bonded with her daughter? Then again some women just because they have children doesn't necessarily make them a mother.
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