The cottage industry surrounding Maddie McCann’s ‘disappearance’ is making me nauseous.
By SHARON K. GILBERT
January 9, 2008
ANY PARENT can tell you the child comes first. Period. At least, that’s how it should be, right? Then explain to me how Gerry and Kate McCann could even entertain a single thought about benefiting from their daughter’s disappearance (and very probably her death)?
Last May, Madeleine McCann was ‘taken’ from her parents’ hotel room in Praia da Luz (Beach of Light), Portugal. Note that I put quotes around the word taken. That’s because evidence is mounting that points to one or both parents. Blood identified as Madeleine’s was discovered in a rental car used by the McCanns two weeks following Maddie’s disappearance. How did the blood get there?
Defending Gerry and Kate is none other than Britain’s PM, Gordon Brown (a buddy it seems). And a scant fifteen days following the ‘kidnapping’, the Time reported that the McCanns trademarked Maddie’s name: ‘The campaign to find Madeleine McCann has applied for British and European trademarks to protect its fundraising, internet and print promotions. The applications, which were filed on May 18, seek to protect the name “Madeleine’s Fund: Leaving No Stone Unturned”. The European application also seeks protection for the provision of social services and advice for people affected by missing children.’ (Note that their site has raised over 1.2 MILLION POUNDS!).
Today we learn the McCanns are chatting with a film company about a movie! This is ironic, since a ‘Disney film that bore striking similarities to the McCanns’ story was pulled from British cinemas last September for fear of offending Madeleine’s family. Gone Baby Gone recounted the tragic tale of a four-year-old girl snatched from her bed.’
The Illuminati love to wink at the unenlightened through literary and celluloid references to ‘insider information’. For those who follow such matters, it’s important to note that the McCanns used IVF to conceive Madeleine. While many modern couples use this method — you need to remember that this method also allows ‘manipulation’ of the resulting genome. I also find it intriguing that this adorable child is both blonde and has a congenital coloboma in her right eye.
The first season of Millennium (the series whose logo features prominent MM for the year 2000 — Madeleine McCann’s initials are MM) featured a show called ‘Force Majeure’ (episode 13, of all things). The plot revolved around a family of cloned women who all looked alike — blonde, beautiful, and each with a congenital coloboma in the right eye — who were killing themselves in Biblical ways. Their father (an old man who saw himself as a post-apocalyptic Noah) directed his brood from an iron lung.
Is there more to the McCann tale than we’re being told? I’m betting there is — and it’s nauseating.