Monday, 20 June 2016
Anyone in any doubt that the Sun, more particularly Antonella Lazzeri lie to us about the Madeleine abduction story need only read her latest 'PDL is full of paedos' article and the truth of the story from the actual pub landlord Robert Mark Hurst as above.
Someone it seems, is pretty desperate to link Madeleine's disappearance to Clement Freud and Robert Murat. The idea that the 82 year old Clement was some kind of child catcher who employed minions to keep an eye out for unguarded children takes absurdity to the extreme, but nonetheless, the barrel scrapers are going to squeeze it for all it's worth. Once again, it takes the focus off the Mr and Mrs. If only they had known what was going on - they would have gone to Butlins.
This latest revelation of a high profile paedophile with a villa close to the McCanns' holiday apartment is a pathetic straw to be clutching at, but it's pretty much all they have got. It could also buy them time, as in 'has the Freud connection been fully investigated by Operation Grange?' Or, 'they are blaming us because they covering up something bigger'. It's win win for K&G.
Unfortunately, due to so much nonsense being written about this case, many of those who are genuinely searching for the truth are being misled by those with preconceived ideas.
The chances of an active paedophile ring operating in the PDL area in May 2007 are even less likely than Madeleine being stolen from her bed when her parents just happened to be out. The idea that the adults in the group who 'were so into each other' were sexually interested in their own toddlers is not only completely unheard of, it is disgusting. These are parents who got others to look after their children at every opportunity.
As for the 'swinging', that is laugh out loud stupid! I have led a far from sheltered life, and never in my entire existence have I been to an orgy or encountered swingers. Ok, there was one party that got a bit hot and heavy, but when we sobered up, we all vowed never to speak of it again. The idea of going to an organised event with all your kids and mother-in-law in tow, is, once again, ludicrous.
Those screaming for the blood of stranger child predators are being wildly misled. The threat to children comes from within their own home and from people who know them. Education is the answer. Young parents need to know what to look out for and how to teach their children to stay safe. The danger doesn't come from a pervert in an internet café in South East Asia, the danger is always much closer to home.
Lets imagine for one moment that a paedophile ring exists that runs from PDL and Robert Murat, right up through the heart of the British Establishment. We must assume that there is a large group of people with a shared interest in sex with children who keep in touch with each other regularly, sharing images, videos, etc, without a care in the world that their lives would be ruined beyond repair, if their bizarre tastes became known. Seriously?
And where are they are getting kids to abuse from? The rich pickings of the old Church run childrens' homes have long since been shut down. Abusers need vulnerable kids, kids who have no-one to defend them, and kids who will not be believed. 'Normal' kids have the protection of their parents. And, thank all the Gods there may be, kids are not being abducted from their homes or stolen off the streets. Stranger abduction is as rare as it ever was.
If we believe all the theories, the sleepy little Algarve village of PDL was a haven for paedophiles, wandering gangs of burglars and groups of sexually enthusiastic tourists who bring their families along to swinging events. Anything other than accept Kate was a mother who couldn't cope, married to man who preferred tennis to spending time with her and the kids, and a confined holiday where something was bound give.
For whatever reason, people prefer to believe in an abduction or some form of child abuse rather than the simple fact that a group of selfish, narcissistic doctors left their babies and young toddlers on their own and one had an accident. It's much too simple.