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What the McCanns Get Emotional about (It's Not Madeleine)

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What the McCanns Get Emotional about (It's Not Madeleine)

Post by utahagen on 23.06.14 16:15

As I posted last week, I believe that Gerry and Kate McCann's statements after their libel trial was delayed were a P.R. disaster. When I saw the video of these statements (see link below), I noted that Kate McCann looked more distressed about what she believed was a dilatory tactic by Amaral than she ever seemed about the disappearance of Madeleine. I stand by that assertion. Watching this video, I felt that for the first time, I was seeing GENUINE emotion from the McCanns -- and noted that that emotion was not directly related to Madeleine's being missing, but to their being inconvenienced.

Well, a couple of days ago, I reread Gerry's blog of the first year after Madeleine was "abducted". Once again, I was struck by how strangely relaxed and upbeat Gerry was even within three weeks of Madeleine's disappearance. The tone of the blogs through the first 120 days or so seemed both artificial (cutesy and conversational) and even cheerful at times, which is off-the-charts-bizarre, given that Gerry purported to believe his little girl recently had been abducted by, and remained in the hands of, a pedophile.

Well, check out the blog entry for Day 130 (see below). This is the first blog entry I read -- again, I had read them from the earliest one, on -- that semmed genuinely emotional. But what was Gerry emotional about? That he and Kate had been named arguidos! This blog entry was the first one that struck me as sincerely emotional. Yet, just as with the McCanns' recent public statements, what gets Kate and Gerry riled up -- angry, anxious, frustrated -- is not that their little girl has been abducted and presumably abused and possibly murdered, but that someone is daring to point a finger at THEM or to inconvenience them.

Anyone out there still on the fence about the McCanns' involvement in Madeleine's disappearance? Well, read the first 130 entries of Gerry's blog, note the change in tone on Day 130, then watch the recent McCann temper tantrum. Where was all this emotion when their little girl was "abducted"?

http://gerrymccannsblogs.co.uk/DAYS_101_to_200.htm (see Day 130)

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Post by kimHager on 23.06.14 16:26

I agree 110%!they have never acted the way many parents of missing children do. I think they wanted to become famous and ended up infamous to which I will never believe wasn't preplanned. Too many times you see Gerry's grin.. Now ive watched many of the YouTube videos and one was really informative in itself that you see how many lies are told and as emotion goes.. You see contempt, aggrivation, and some anger

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ItxJ6LuhStY&feature=youtu.be

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Post by guest. on 23.06.14 16:32

I read all the blogs in one go last week and you do notice the changes more.

I thought the start to approx day 100 were fluffy (for want of a better word), very bizarre really.

From about day 100 until day 130 I thought they seemed more serious and then as you say they then get emotional at day 130


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Post by ultimaThule on 23.06.14 17:00

From Day 132:

"At the heart of this campaign and Fund is a little girl confused, lonely and in need of her parents. This Fund’s money will be focused on finding that little girl and leaving no stone unturned"

When it comes to recalling Margar.. erm ...Maddie's .. erm Madeleine's name, it seems the board of directors of the limited company have a similar difficulty to that of her parents who tack her on to their various pronouncements as if she's an afterthought and/or wholly responsible for 'the situation she finds herself in.

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Post by Justformaddie on 23.06.14 17:03

kimHager wrote:I agree 110%!they have never acted the way many parents of missing children do. I think they wanted to become famous and ended up infamous to which I will never believe wasn't preplanned.  Too many times you see Gerry's grin.. Now ive watched many of the YouTube videos and one was really informative in itself that you see how many lies are told and as emotion goes.. You see contempt, aggrivation, and some anger

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ItxJ6LuhStY&feature=youtu.be
I'd seen this before without the mcs added and still picked up those things, great to see someone added them in 
That smirk.... It's disgusting IMO

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Post by j.rob on 23.06.14 17:21

KM comes over as utterly self-absorbed, to the most astounding degree.  They look like a couple who are losing control of the situation. Especially Kate.

Oh, sensitive area: "Every time we come here we have to make arrangements for children to be looked after," notice Gerry darts a look at her. Then very quickly moves his head away. He looks displeased that she has said that.

I think the whole thing is unravelling for them. That interview was a bad idea. Kate whinging about having to book flights. 
I mean - WTF??? What did they expect. The Pope to lay on a private jet? Still, I imagine it must be difficult to travel Easyjet when, in their hey day, they had private jets at their disposal.

Oh dear, how the mighty have fallen.

Psychologically, they are on very shaky ground, I would have thought. Because it is a house of cards. Amaral is on much more solid foundations, because he has the courage of his convictions. And, as he says, he was only doing his job.

The McCanns have no choice but to doggedly stick to 'the scrip' and focus their hatred onto Amaral. But how many people really believe their script any more? Or even care that much, either? Even if it HAD been a random stranger abduction, the chances of Madeleine being happily reunited with her family after so long are astonishingly low. And I don't see much evidence that the McCann family life was especially 'happy' before Madeleine went missing.

Terrible PR for them, that interview, terrible. They look like the worst couple of whingers. Whining about how inconvenienced they are by the fact that they chose to sue Amaral. Why do it, then? If you did not want the inconvenience.

This has to be their downfall.

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Post by Miraflores on 23.06.14 17:40

Kate whinging about having to book flights.
I mean - WTF??? What did they expect.

Surely they have to book flights and hotels when they come back to Portugal to search, so why is this different?

Oh, I am forgetting, I have never found any evidence that they have physically searched for Madeleine. The only search they admitted to came in Kate's book, 4 years after the event, but at the time, she admitted that she hadn't searched.
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Post by tiny on 23.06.14 18:03

No the mccanns haven't done much for Madeleine at all,but for themselves and the wider family its a different matter.£££££££££££££.Poor Madeleine
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Post by PeterMac on 23.06.14 18:12

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Re: What the McCanns Get Emotional about (It's Not Madeleine)

Post by Cristobell on 23.06.14 18:24

sally66 wrote:I read all the blogs in one go last week and you do notice the changes more.

I thought the start to approx day 100 were fluffy (for want of a better word), very bizarre really.

From about day 100 until day 130 I thought they seemed more serious and then as you say they then get emotional at day 130

They are a fascinating read Sally aren't they.  I am particularly curious about their days surrounding their move from Warners to a private villa.  I think this was the time the hire car was used, probably in a panic after word of search specialist Mark Harrison flying out there.

There is a classic one, where it appears he is on the verge of confessing, but then it back to the usual drivel.

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Post by guest. on 23.06.14 19:46

Cristobell wrote:
sally66 wrote:I read all the blogs in one go last week and you do notice the changes more.

I thought the start to approx day 100 were fluffy (for want of a better word), very bizarre really.

From about day 100 until day 130 I thought they seemed more serious and then as you say they then get emotional at day 130

They are a fascinating read Sally aren't they.  I am particularly curious about their days surrounding their move from Warners to a private villa.  I think this was the time the hire car was used, probably in a panic after word of search specialist Mark Harrison flying out there.

There is a classic one, where it appears he is on the verge of confessing, but then it back to the usual drivel.

Each entry is bizarre in its own way and overall they're just odd

They seem to be a combination of messages, veiled threats, excuses, unconscious slips, ambitions, the list is endless

He seems very resentful about the time of the dogs

There's so many red flags in there I'm sure an expert will do a book on the blogs alone in the future alongside the many books I'm sure there will be on this case

Which number days are you curious about?

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