Sunday, September 13, 2009

Be An Old Queen, Read A Verdade Da Mentira - The Truth About The Lie

Read along with Betty, Goncalo Amaral's, A Verdade Da Mentira - The Truth About The Lie.

Compare the stories, one written by the chief co-ordinator of the investigation based on the case files, the other by the chief suspects in the disappearance of Madeleine McCann and last people to see her alive, the parents, Kate and Gerry McCann.

Available here for the first time in English.

That's the lot folks. Please help to fight censorship and bring justice for Madeleine McCann, spread the word.

Online With Obama: Read A Verdade Da Mentira - The Truth About The Lie

The book the Parents of Madeleine McCann don't want you to read.

A Verdade Da Mentira - The Truth About The Lie, read it online for the first time in English.

E=mc2. McCanns = Guilty: Read A Verdade Da Mentira, The Truth About The Lie and Reach Your Own Verdict

Although I don't think you need to be an Einstein to arrive at a rational conclusion.

Available here for the first time in English.

Read With Obama: A verdade Da Mentira- The Truth About The Lie

Enjoy your First Amendment rights, read the book the McCanns don't want you to read.

A verdade Da Mentira- The Truth Of The Lie available here for the first time in English.

Have A Grand Day Out Read A Verdade Da Mentira: The Truth About The Lie

And you don't have to go to the moon to read it, although the McCanns are effectively trying to accomplish something similar.

Read the complete publication in English for the first time here.

Mandela Reads The Truth About The Lie

And so can you, here and in English.

Don't be told what you are allowed to read, not in this day and age.

Bloggers, I shall be spamming all three of my blogs throughout the day with various graphics on the same theme. Perhaps when you see one that appeals, you might like to help spread the word and copy paste one to your blog.

Tuesday, September 08, 2009

Within The Bounds Of Responsible Parenting: Doing A McCann

I know nothing of the author "A Miller" but he/she deserves far more than a sweeping flourish of the hat for producing this exceptionally well written and superbly constructed article, it truly is a must read.

Beginning with an overall view of what the McCann parameters are for "Responsible Parenting" the author moves on to deal with more than just a few specifics which leads on to even more questions. The inference of course being.... well I think you can well imagine just exactly what the inference is.

Just a little note of my own on the subject of "Within the bounds of responsible parenting," "we've all done it," and not least the bizarre support that these two toe-rags enjoy, be it from Pleb or Prime Minister.

I cannot help but wonder the level of support that would be afforded the McCanns had for instance our phantom abductor turned out to be a not so phantom murderer and had cut the throats of all three kids?

Still it wouldn't have been the McCanns fault, it never is, always somebody else's.

Those Straw Men, such wicked buggers.

Crying Shame
A Miller

The plight of not, just Madeleine, but all of the children, could not fail to touch even the hardest of hearts. Left alone, to cry in their holiday apartment, no one to comfort, care and protect them, ease their fears when they woke in the night, when they needed reassurance, when they needed to be made feel safe.

The question on the lips of some –‘How could the McCann’s, both doctors have treated children in this way?’

I ask – How could the McCann’s, not as medical professionals, but as parents, treat their own flesh and blood in this way? What makes parents, who say they were so desperate to have children, carry out such a cold and callous act against their own, leaving them in a horrifying situation?

An act, which the doctors McCann, have since defended, claiming it was WITHIN THE BOUNDS OF RESPONSIBLE PARENTING.’

An act, which perhaps more disturbingly, more bizarrely, has been condoned by some members of the public, who in their defence of the McCann’s state that leaving the children for all of these nights in an unlocked apartment was a ‘mistake.’

They said it would not bring Madeleine back, to speak of the ‘mistake’.It should be forgotten!.

Travelling by private jet to Rome............

...........What changed in general that day? Almost everything!
1.The McCann children were not taken to the tennis courts after tea for their usual ‘playtime.’

2. Kate claimed that they were too tired to play on this night.

3. David Payne claimed he was asked by Gerry McCann to check on Kate McCann and the children. Why? So far, I have not heard a feasible explanation for doing so.

4. David Payne claimed he saw all three McCann children sitting dressed in pyjamas looking like little angels.

5. David Payne ........a man of mystery! His wife Fiona in her police statements found great difficulty in pinpointing exactly when he made his visit to Kate McCann. His wife said he was on the tennis courts at 6:30pm? Could not decide whether he visited Kate before or after tennis. If after, what would be the point, by that time it should have been obvious to Gerry that the children were not coming to watch daddy ‘play!’

6. Matt Oldfield takes it upon himself to do an impromptu check at the shuttered window of the bedroom where the McCann children slept...........

........There were a number of “Firsts.”

1. It was the day that Gerry McCann decided he was a lucky man to have such a lovely daughter.

2. It was the day which Kate McCann spoke of as being just lovely sitting reading the children bedtime stories.

3. It was the day that the McCann children were not taken to the tennis courts to have their usual short playtime at the side of the courts while their parents played tennis..........more Joana Morais.

Sunday, September 06, 2009

Jack Straw: Porkies!


Straw admits Lockerbie trade link

Trade and oil played a part in the decision to include the Lockerbie bomber in a prisoner transfer deal, Jack Straw has admitted.

Speaking to the Daily Telegraph, the UK justice secretary said trade was "a very big part" of the 2007 talks that led to the prisoner deal with Libya.

However, Mr Straw's spokesman accused the press of "outrageous" innuendo.

Scotland's Justice Secretary granted Abdelbaset Ali al-Megrahi compassionate release because he was terminally ill.

However, Mr Straw's spokesman accused the press of "outrageous" innuendo.

Scotland's Justice Secretary granted Abdelbaset Ali al-Megrahi compassionate release because he was terminally ill.

£550m oil deal

The 57-year-old was serving life in Greenock prison for the 1988 bombing of PanAm flight 103 over Lockerbie, which killed 270 people.

On Wednesday, Prime Minister Gordon Brown insisted there was "no conspiracy, no cover-up, no double dealing, no deal on oil" over his release.

But officials admit the prisoner transfer agreement (PTA) was part of a wider set of negotiations aimed at bringing Libya in from the international cold, and improving British trade prospects with the country.more

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And Gordon has no balls

PM 'did not press Libya over IRA'

Gordon Brown declined to pressure Libya directly to gain compensation for IRA victims, Downing Street has confirmed.

Mr Brown told a victims' lawyer it was not "appropriate" to discuss the claims with Libya, whom he called an essential partner in the fight against terrorism.

The victims say Libya should pay compensation because it supplied the IRA with explosives used in atrocities. more

Tuesday, September 01, 2009

Popcorn With Palin

Variations on the expression, "I can see Russia from my house," have become so common that it's hard to imagine it's only been a year since Sarah Palin catapulted onto the national scene when John McCain announced his decision to make her his running mate on August 29, 2008.

Since then, the former Alaska governor has become one of the country's best-known politicians, *consistently named one of the top three choices for Republican presidential candidate in 2012, an object of ridicule to some, and an easy punchline for late-night comics.

Herewith, videos of Palin's most memorable TV moments from the past year:

CBS News' Katie Couric asks, "What newspapers and magazines did you regularly read?":

Palin describes her foreign policy experience to ABC News' Charlie Gibson:

Palin explains her foreign policy comments about Russia to Couric:

Gibson asks Palin whether she agrees with the Bush doctrine:

Palin explains why she was for the "Bridge to Nowhere" before she was against it:

Palin mistakenly says that the vice president is "in charge" of the Senate:

Highlights of Palin-Biden debate

Palin addresses the "controversy" over David Letterman's jokes:

Palin's farewell speech

*Only in America.
h/t Huffpo