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Post by Vera on 28.07.11 17:33

Twitter going absolutely crazy with this Madeleine in India business.

People are actually believing she's been found.

Just do a search of 'McCann', read it and weep.

I want her to be safe and well as much as anybody, but I'm sure it just isn't going to happen.

Hope I'm ultimately wrong.

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Re: Twitter has a lot to answer for...

Post by Gillyspot on 28.07.11 20:14

it would help if her name was spelt correctly. The name trending is "Madeline McCann"

Just goes to show that most of the tweeters know nothing about the case but are getting in on the latest trend.

This morning "Terry Wogan" RIP was trending. - Sad if he had died but HORRIFIC as he HADN'T

Wish people would check what they are tweeting first.
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Re: Maddie in India

Post by tellusanother1 on 28.07.11 20:36

This has proven to be a hoax.



Twitter post by spudgun:


Spudguns' Spoutings: Madeleine #McCann and the Kingdom of Clarence http://t.co/vAESQ82 Clarrie the hoax master/working for K&G mccann.

Another story to detract from the fact the McCann's are pulling Pat's book.

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Re: Twitter has a lot to answer for...

Post by littlepixie on 28.07.11 20:49

I think while its trending it is worth tweeting info and using #Madeline and #Madeleine - a great opportunity to try and get the truth out there.
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Re: Maddie in India

Post by tellusanother1 on 28.07.11 20:54

I totally agree with you and have been on Twitter this morning retweeting all I can. The more people know the better! The events of the past week may just blow up in the McCann's face!



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Re: Twitter has a lot to answer for...

Post by lj on 29.07.11 1:44

Read the daily mail comments and see how many people think the age progressed photo is from the french/belgian girl. Another comment discussed how a coloboma can disappear, only in the McCann family I guess.
Sorry to say but people are so stupid and the internet is multiplying that stupidity by thousands.

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Re: Twitter has a lot to answer for...

Post by Daisy on 29.07.11 2:13

@lj wrote:Read the daily mail comments and see how many people think the age progressed photo is from the french/belgian girl. Another comment discussed how a coloboma can disappear, only in the McCann family I guess.
Sorry to say but people are so stupid and the internet is multiplying that stupidity by thousands.

Yet another comment said: "We should microchip all babies at birth so this never happens again"
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Re: Twitter has a lot to answer for...

Post by Guest on 29.07.11 8:46

It was once discussed as the possible "Wider Agenda". Google Masonichip.
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Re: Twitter has a lot to answer for...

Post by lj on 29.07.11 13:11

I had to stop reading and lay down, it gave me a terrible migraine all that stupidity.

What gets me the most that the McCanns and their fan club cheer on the traumatizing of this girl and their parents.

Not only contagious megalomania, the sociopathy seems to be contagious too.

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Post by puzzled on 29.07.11 13:44

@lj wrote:
Not only contagious megalomania, the sociopathy seems to be contagious too.

Unfortunately, a lot of people are not aware of the traits of the narcissistic or psychopathic personality, nor the ways in which such people can manipulate. Their kind don't experience normal emotions, but they know that other people do, and they can play on them until they've got their victims like puppets on a string.

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Post by lj on 29.07.11 14:08

Yep, and another problem is that a lot of people thibnk sociopaths are swarthy murderers, who you can spot miles away.

Sociopaths are very successful in this cut throat society, and since most of them are very narcissistic too they will be very well groomed.

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Re: Twitter has a lot to answer for...

Post by Daisy on 29.07.11 16:13

@puzzled wrote:
@lj wrote:
Not only contagious megalomania, the sociopathy seems to be contagious too.

Unfortunately, a lot of people are not aware of the traits of the narcissistic or psychopathic personality, nor the ways in which such people can manipulate. Their kind don't experience normal emotions, but they know that other people do, and they can play on them until they've got their victims like puppets on a string.

I agree with what most has been said on this thread. 'Puzzled' has hit the nail on the head for me with this ^ post. It's unbelievable how quickly huge swathes of society can be conditioned/brainwashed into accepting the most blatant of lies through methods of propaganda. I suppose this is the consequences of letting the mainstream do their thinking and reasoning for them - they have lost the art of critical thought, and lost themselves in the process.

Thanks for the masonichip (wider agenda) reference Marian. I've been a researcher of the 'microchip agenda' for a good few years now, and have thought right from the outset of Madeleine's disappearance that it would be used to further the agenda. I read way back then, that they would not force people to take the chip, but rather sell it as a benevolent necessity. I sure see that happening today. Slowly slowly being drip fed into human conciousness that it's a good idea. First it was cattle, then domestic pets, then reports/articles about how good it would be for folk with alzeimers, dangerous criminals & paedophiles and so on. The next thing, they're chipping children's school uniforms (happened in my home town), cars, mobile phones, passports, and just today, I read in the DM about microchipping hotel towels to stop theft! last week it was bloody slippers!

Engineers are developing comfortable shoes with a tracking chip in them which notifies relatives when they have fallen over.
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2015188/Put-feet--pair-3G-slippers-Mobile-companies-turn-bizarre-ideas-consumers-spend-more.html#ixzz1TVSbaFDg

See how multi-pronged the propaganda is and how quickly people fall for the conditioning? It's called predictive programming and it's not just newspapers, it's carried out through movies, tv programmes, the fashion industry, music etc.

Sorry folks if i've strayed off topic, just realised none of this as to do with tweeting. I'm not a twitterer, nor do I do the social networking stuff but many thanks to those that do and bring forth the info.
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Re: Twitter has a lot to answer for...

Post by Vera on 29.07.11 20:34

Some interesting replies...thanks.

I actually read, today...

'I would happily die if it meant you being found, Maddie.'

Or something along those lines.

I'll try and find it...

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Post by Vera on 29.07.11 20:39

Here it is...

Tilly_daCunha

'Madeline McCann. I would happily die for you to be found alive.'

I was close. Oh, dear...

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Post by lj on 29.07.11 21:28

The comparison has been made before, but it is very much like a cult.

Including all the death-wishes and -threats.

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Re: Twitter has a lot to answer for...

Post by littlepixie on 30.07.11 0:41

Sociopaths never love anyone, sadly.
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Post by Guest on 30.07.11 9:47

I see what LJ means by the reference to all the nonsense on Twitter and elsewhere as a cult - I have horrible visions of McCannism being recognised as an official religion one day! Seriously, it's just all so juvenile; the name calling is like children arguing about the latest teen singing star. I remember when a McCann devotee strayed onto this site a few months ago, making childish insults. Someone asked her if she was a teenager but she replied that she was old enough to be their granny!
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