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Re: The wider agenda

Post by Guest on 20.06.14 9:28

The Michael Wright interview on the family's new business enterprise.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jyZMF7RFScs
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Re: The wider agenda

Post by unchained melody on 20.06.14 9:45

@worriedmum wrote:Great 'summative overview', Woofer.  laughat 

I can't for the life of me see how standing gawping smugly at long words felt tipped on a flip chart was ever news-worthy in the first place. How on earth were journalists persuaded that it was?
Interesting that the trousers look similar to the ones described by the Smith witness(although I can't make out buttons , can anyone else?)

You can see the buttons on photos from the meeting if you follow the link provided by canada12 on page 2 :-)

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Post by fossey on 20.06.14 9:50

@worriedmum. The buttoned trousers.

Picture of GM after he has done his 'Wider Agenda' presentation and everyone thought it was a load of bollux.


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Re: The wider agenda

Post by Brian Griffin on 20.06.14 12:04

Next thing you know, our Gezza will be doing a self-help book, you know, full of positive thinking rubbish and silly stories like 'The Secret'.
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Post by worriedmum on 20.06.14 13:15

@fossey wrote:@worriedmum. The buttoned trousers.

Picture of GM after he has done his 'Wider Agenda' presentation and everyone thought it was a load of bollux.

Thanks fossey and  lol4
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Re: The wider agenda

Post by j.rob on 20.06.14 13:54

@ufercoffy wrote:



Are we any closer to knowing what this 'wider agenda' is yet?



A graphologist would have a field-day with the McCanns. Have a good look at the word  INVESTIGATION. The end of the word is distinctly darker, as though heavily written over.

And in actual fact, the final few words look more like AnOR, with a strange sharp upturned line going up right at the end of the R. Almost like a slanting exclamation mark, but you can't see the bottom of it.

A very strong line comes from the letter G which provides the cross stroke for the A then appears to go though the middle of a lower case n which is hooked on the line and the final distinct letter looks like a heavily drawn R. There is that line going going up sharp right.

Also of note, look at the manner in which Gerry is staring fixedly at the chart. With real intent.

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Post by j.rob on 20.06.14 14:30

Not sure whether there is any symbolism or whatever in those overstroked letters - whether they are supposed to be letters or not -  but one thing I would be sure of is that the overstoking and the slightly 'neurotic' look  of the end of that word compared to the way everything else is written is a sign that this is a very touchy area for Gerry. 

As you would imagine, really.

Plus under-stroking the word KEY three times. A word of huge significance for Gerry.

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Re: The wider agenda

Post by Brian Griffin on 20.06.14 14:33

@j.rob wrote:Also of note, look at the manner in which Gerry is staring fixedly at the chart. With real intent.

LOL. Looks to me like he's thinking, 'What the F$%& does all this mean?'
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Re: The wider agenda

Post by j.rob on 20.06.14 14:41

Nail Amaral?

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Post by HelenMeg on 20.06.14 14:59

@Brian Griffin wrote:
@j.rob wrote:Also of note, look at the manner in which Gerry is staring fixedly at the chart. With real intent.

LOL. Looks to me like he's thinking, 'What the F$%& does all this mean?'
Looks like a massive smirk to me - he definitely feels 'protected' in this photo

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Re: The wider agenda

Post by tigger on 20.06.14 15:02

That photograph was my light bulb moment. To me Gerry looks there like a man finally able to get on with his pet project.

Which was perhaps a little delayed, or might have been in danger of sinking without trace in the very early days.

5 million hits on the website, celebrities, multi-nationals, communication giants, all partners! All came out fine - for the moment anyway.

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Re: The wider agenda

Post by Hicks on 20.06.14 15:14

That is a picture of a man in control. Gerry has controlled everything and everybody form the very beginning. Kate's bruised wrists are evidence to that. GM uses his favourite sound bites on that flipchart, the ones we've heard many times. Utterly meaningless, but I guess it sounds good to all those paying punters.
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Re: The wider agenda

Post by j.rob on 20.06.14 15:43

Weren't they trying to nail Murat at the time this photo was taken?

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Re: The wider agenda

Post by Garrincha on 20.06.14 15:49

Hello j.rob - the "dashes" under the words key may be a form of bulletpoint, rather than underlining

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Re: The wider agenda

Post by Guest on 20.06.14 15:51

This photo really makes me angry. There he is plotting in full view how to turn it all round and actually profit from the demise of his child. I can see the cogs whirring in his brain. He is full of his own self-importance, lecturing people as though he was giving a tutorial on ECG interpretation to students.
Where is Madeleine in this?
Where did he write her name? With his two different coloured markers.
The fund! The wider agenda! WTF????
In his arrogance he is trying to confuse with his intellect. And here he is seriously deluded. 
I think "investigation" was probably spelt wrongly initially. Wouldn't surprise me.

These two lied again in the full glare of the media on Monday morning. And nothing. No reaction from SY, PJ or the British MSM.
What do they have to do to be fully and properly investigated? 
  soz  for the rant.
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Re: The wider agenda

Post by j.rob on 20.06.14 15:52

On 11th July 2007, a formal confrontation between the Tapas 3 and Mr Murat took place in Portimao. He stuck to his guns: they stuck to theirs' and it became a standoff. In this meeting Miss Tanner was able to get a very good look of Mr Murat and apparently continued to maintain he was the “person” she had seen carrying the “child on 3rd May 2007”, despite the fact he looked nothing like the “Egg Man” The PJ seemed to believe Mr Murat.




http://thetapas9janetanner.blogspot.com.es/2012/02/jane-tanner-and-framing-of-robert-murat.html

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Re: The wider agenda

Post by worriedmum on 20.06.14 16:06

Dantezebu wrote

''These two lied again in the full glare of the media on Monday morning. And nothing. No reaction from SY, PJ or the British MSM.
What do they have to do to be fully and properly investigated?''

 goodpost 

Well it's your own fault, Dantezebu, for being a 'hater'   lol!
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Re: The wider agenda

Post by Brian Griffin on 20.06.14 16:22

When people use the word 'hater' it keeps reminding me of a bizarre episode of 'Kitchen Nightmares USA' when two utterly obnoxious people, 'Crazy' Amy and her self-styled 'gangster' husband accuse anyone who crosses them or who rates them negatively as 'haters' when you only need to see the way they behave to understand why anyone would dislike them. And even funnier is that they can't see it! Check it out on Youtube if you haven't seen it - 'Amy's Baking Company' (even if you can't stand Ramsay) and also the cartoon someone made of them on the same site.
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Re: The wider agenda

Post by Guest on 20.06.14 16:50

@worriedmum wrote:Dantezebu wrote

''These two lied again in the full glare of the media on Monday morning. And nothing. No reaction from SY, PJ or the British MSM.
What do they have to do to be fully and properly investigated?''

 goodpost 

Well it's your own fault, Dantezebu, for being a 'hater'   lol!
LOL worriedmum  laughat 
rant over...
the dogs were getting upset
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Post by PeterMac on 20.06.14 17:06

Am I a "Hater" if I believe the Tapas 7 statements that the weather was cold, and do NOT believe Kay Burley that it was a warm evening
OR
Am I a "Hater" if I believe Kay Burley that the evening was warm and choose NOT to believe the Tapas 7

Am I a "hater if I believe that the curtains were wide open,
OR
am I a "Hater" if I believe they were tight closed.
In each case I have specifically to put aside what Kate said on the other occasion

OR am I just a "Hater" because I don't blindly accept the "Story of the Day"

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Re: The wider agenda

Post by worriedmum on 20.06.14 17:12

Oh Peter you KNOW that you are. And I don't believe that the EVRD dogs Eddie and Keela were mistaken-so I must be too!


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Re: The wider agenda

Post by tigger on 20.06.14 17:46

dantezebu wrote:This photo really makes me angry. There he is plotting in full view how to turn it all round and actually profit from the demise of his child. I can see the cogs whirring in his brain. He is full of his own self-importance, lecturing people as though he was giving a tutorial on ECG interpretation to students.
Where is Madeleine in this?
Where did he write her name? With his two different coloured markers.
The fund! The wider agenda! WTF????
In his arrogance he is trying to confuse with his intellect. And here he is seriously deluded. 
I think "investigation" was probably spelt wrongly initially. Wouldn't surprise me.

These two lied again in the full glare of the media on Monday morning. And nothing. No reaction from SY, PJ or the British MSM.
What do they have to do to be fully and properly investigated? 
  soz  for the rant.

It's all this purporting  that's takes it out of you..... winkwink 

Yes, quite, probably misspellling, arrows  diving into the fund.
If you want a good laugh, have a look at his powerpoint  presentation a mere six months later.

https://jillhavern.forumotion.net/t7461-powerpoint-presentation-by-tm?highlight=Powerpoint

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Re: The wider agenda

Post by Cordelia on 20.06.14 18:02

It looks to be like;-    Investigation         Fund Campaign
   

                              Key Drivers            Key objectives
                                                   
   

Investigation .........Employ Detective Agencies, feed the Press several Photos of Madeleine so everyone around the World will know what she looks like

Fund Campaign .......Purchase of T shirts etc to not only fund the campaign but advertise Madeleine  Encourage Banks to have  a moneybox on their 
                            Counters to raise money from Customer donations.

These 2 factors will create a wider agenda in the search for Madeleine LOL

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Post by AndyB on 20.06.14 18:36

@Brian Griffin wrote:When people use the word 'hater' it keeps reminding me of a bizarre episode of 'Kitchen Nightmares USA' when two utterly obnoxious people, 'Crazy' Amy and her self-styled 'gangster' husband accuse anyone who crosses them or who rates them negatively as 'haters' when you only need to see the way they behave to understand why anyone would dislike them. And even funnier is that they can't see it! Check it out on Youtube if you haven't seen it - 'Amy's Baking Company' (even if you can't stand Ramsay) and also the cartoon someone made of them on the same site.
I agree its worth watching but for me it was the other way around. When I saw mad Amy I thought "so *thats* what the pros are like in real life

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Post by tasprin on 20.06.14 19:20

@PeterMac wrote:Am I a "Hater" if I believe the Tapas 7 statements that the weather was cold, and do NOT believe Kay Burley that it was a warm evening
OR
Am I a "Hater" if I believe Kay Burley that the evening was warm and choose NOT to believe the Tapas 7

Am I a "hater if I believe that the curtains were wide open,
OR
am I a "Hater" if I believe they were tight closed.
In each case I have specifically to put aside what Kate said on the other occasion

OR am I just a "Hater" because I don't blindly accept the "Story of the Day"


The 'Look for Maddie' coloboma was only a 'fleck'; The Shutters weren't jemmied after all; Jane Tanner's Bundleman didn't really abduct Madeleine; The Fund to find her was used to sue a policeman; 'The Search' didn't answer the helpline or follow up leads. All good marketing ploys but the story, as told in May 2007, turned out to be pants. Labelling sceptical people as haters is another marketing ploy = We didn't tell the truth but you're a hater for questioning us.

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