McCanns will go to Strasbourg but avoid Portugal why?

I expected to see the latest media press releases from Clarence Mitchell announcing that the McCanns are once again visiting the European Parliament in Strasbourg.

No doubt the McCanns will be willing to answer any questions from MEPs. It has to be said, this is more than they were prepared to do when it came down to the PJ asking them to explain their conduct on the evening of May 3 2007.

“Even with the support required, such a declaration carries no legal weight in the European Union but the McCanns believe it would help them win the moral argument over whether such a cross-border system is needed”.

The last thing I expected to hear the McCanns come out with is talk about them winning the moral argument!

So, if the McCanns happen to reach the 393 MEPs majority, that makes them morally superior?

I don’t think so!

That pair have shown themselves to be morally bankrupt.

There was the child neglect for 4 days in a row. Then Madeleine goes missing, and the twins are neglected for the fifth day in a row. When asked to explain Madeleine’s disappearance, the McCanns lied about there being a break-in, and claimed an abductor was responsible for her disappearance. Then there was the setting up of the fraudulent findmadeleinefund.

We don’t need the McCanns telling us how to be responsible for child safety in Europe. They failed in their duty as parents.

We don’t need the McCanns telling us about morals, when they are so lacking in them themselves.

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3 Responses to “McCanns will go to Strasbourg but avoid Portugal why?”

  1. GM Says:

    You should consider that when someone makes a mistake, he/she feels guilty for not been able to prevent that mistake from happening. To act in order that other families may not find themselves in a similar sufference is a way for them to feel relieved. I believe what they are doing is honorable. Cheers, GM

  2. GM Says:

    You should consider that when someone makes a mistake, he/she feels guilty for not being able to prevent that mistake from happening. To act in order that other families may not find themselves in a similar sufference is a way for them to feel relieved. I believe what they are doing is honorable. Cheers, GM

  3. Kyle Says:

    GM or is it CM lol …. has gerry married clarence hence the same surname initial.

    we can tell all the people who commit crimes to start a campaign that is honourable and that will allow them forgiveness for there wrongdoing?

    when does a mistake become downright stupidity/negligence ?

    Do you feel that it is right to leave children as they have undeniably done, regardless of the evidence suggesting a far more sinister collection of events took place?

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