Friday, November 27, 2009

To Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Bloguistan

Because there is nothing to hide the Justice & Truth website is now open to everyone who is for justice and thruth.

Members and non-members can read the information available on most of the website.

Any person interested in defending the values of justice and truth is free to join the network.

All views and opinions are welcome and respected.

Thursday, November 26, 2009

10 Reasons WHY the Case Should be Re-opened


 1 - free.

 2 - the only professional, responsible, publicly scrutinised way of looking for missing persons.

 3 - the only LEGAL way in Portugal.

 4- the only way to find out what really happened to Madeleine, and validate it in court.

 5 – the only way to definitely clear the McCanns and their friends of any suspicion.

 6 – the best chance Madeleine has of being found.

 7 – the McCanns private investigation has led nowhere and has no credibility or legal authority

 8 – the McCanns ex-P.I.'s are being investigated themselves

 9 - the only way to prove (or disprove) that Gonçalo Amaral, Eddie and Keela are right.

10 – it’s a moral and civic duty, the only way to do Justice.

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

The Shroud of Silence - Are you asking WHY?

It’s ironic that in the ‘age of information” people are being kept in the dark more than ever. And we’re not talking of Iran or China and their undemocratic control of the press, the media and the internet. Western societies are taking for grated its renowned freedom of expression.

Money and power are the Iran and China of Europe.

If you have one or both, then nothing is sacred or impossible. Even because indifference is rife.

Here’s a screaming example of control of information, apathy and even censorship:

In 2007, a 3 year-old British girl – Madeleine McCann - goes missing in a holiday resort in Southern Portugal. I’m not even going into it – there has been enough talk about the details of the case.

What should have been just another missing person’s case, became not only an international media frenzy but also a political case – almost a political incident, between Portugal and the UK.

The question “why” is certainly pertinent in the aftermath, but nearly 3 years later, not only there’s no answer to that question and others; there isn’t even a scenario where questions can be put.

We are at a stage where posing questions equals “libelling”; where inconvenient questions are quickly met with law suits, and thus, questions are quickly silenced.

Maybe that explains another “whys”:

- Why have the media, namely the British, removed many inconvenient articles for the McCann from the cyberspace?

- Why have the British press suddenly become an “official” organ of propaganda for the McCann?

- Why are the McCann, unlike other parents in a similar situation, treated as starlets and spared “tough”, reasonable questions?

- Why is this preference being given to this couple?

- Why are books, DVDs, TV programs all over Europe being suppressed by the McCanns’ lawyers?

- Why they have so much power?

- Why are they allowed to get away with all this?

- Why has a judicial case been allowed to go out of the judicial sphere?

- Why is this couple and their Tapas friends refusing to go back for a reconstruction to answer the inconsistencies in their depositions?

- Why is this couple apparently above the law?

- Why have they step up a Fund so fast but are unconcerned that no police force is looking for their daughter?

- Why aren’t people outraged that this is happening?

- Why aren’t people reacting to the clear infringement of their right to unbiased information?

- Why aren’t the parents and the people demanding the re-opening of the case, in accordance with the “leaving no stone unturned” mantra?

These are just a few questions off the top of my head. Many more could and should be posed by a responsible society, to a couple who has used the media and the public attention as they pleased.

I hope we will have answers to these and other questions, soon. With your help, we will. Remember the CEOP message: "If you stay silent, you are just as bad".

Please add your "whys" to these in the comments or write your own manifest.


Friday, November 20, 2009


Welcome to "Casa McCann" in PDL, just before they hotfooted back to England, after being made 'Arguidos'.
The Portuguese and British Police were gobsmacked by some of the things they found inside...really revealing stuff,  see for yourself - nothing seems to be ordinary when it comes to these two...
Time to re-open the case.

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Who Will Have The Last Word?

A half-Portuguese, half-English writer, generally known as MEC, once said that the Portuguese hate the past because it's gone and the present because it's not the past.
I don't know which of his halves said that, but they're both right.
Portugal has indeed a glorious past but those glory days of being a major world player are over.

The nearest thing we can expect to achieve currently, is winning a major football competition. At least, that's what every Portuguese thinks is the greatest thing that could happen to this country.
So what if Portugal is again the poor man of Western Europe?
We could turn around and show those snotty neighbors our wonderful, gilded trophy.

The fact is that the Portuguese have a hard time accepting that we are just over 10 million, roughly the population of many big cities, like London.
We still believe we can rub shoulders with the front-runners - and in many fields, we actually do.
However, sometimes we live between a certain schizo-megalomania "of being the best in the world" quickly followed by "we're the pit of the word"...

This schizophrenia is, IMO, the product of many years of political abuse. On one hand we have the government and the politicians sucking up to our deluded side of grandeur, promising us a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow; on the other hand, these same people who are suppose to represent the people and the country to the best of our interest, end up selling us out and leave us fetching sticks for our European "masters".

That has been the case in the Madeleine McCann case.
What other country would take all that abuse, all that defamation, all that xenophobic character assassination?
I hate to say it, but I don't think any other European country would!

Being made look like we couldn't tie our own shoes without our "colonial" superiors' aid, was, I think, the worst insult of all. A deliberate one, no doubt, to thwart the course of the investigation. One that shouldn't be allowed at any cost.

There was a reaction from some outraged individuals in the internet, but the silent majority was too much busy getting on with their lives, making a living on the lowest salaries in the EU. People expected the government to handle it, and they were quite right in expecting that they take care of their responsibilities.

So what about the government? The government caved to foreign pressure once again and turns out, people were quite wrong to trust their own government. No wonder Portugal is the European country with lower self-esteem, according to recent studies.

Not only the government let down one of its own, not to mention the entire national institution of justice and the authority of the Police, they let down the victim of an uncertain fate, Madeleine; the country, and the world.

But they are not alone in their ignominy.
The people who contributed to these pressures and to the incident that victimized Madeleine are also to blame, although they all remain pretty satisfied with themselves.
But while there is still people, albeit anonymous, who can see them for what they are and not let these events slip into oblivion, they will never have a moment of peace.

Friday, November 13, 2009

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Don't Get Mad - Get Active

The proof that this country, to some extent, doesn't deserve the slime-balls representatives it has, is in little-big gestures such as this ones:

- It all started with a comment left on a news website, where someone basically said:
"I'm done with words - if someone wants to DO something about this, here's my email address".
That message generated hundreds, later thousands of emails.
Did it sort out the problem, correct the situation? So far, no it didn't. To decide what's best for a young girl incomprehensibly uprooted from everything she knew, it's out of their hands. But they did contribute to keep the story alive and help fund a more than likely return of Alexandra.

- Just a few days ago, as I reported here, a hand-full of individuals started a movement to help and deffend Gonçalo Amaral's civic rights, against the powerful forces that have launched an unprecedented attack on our freedom of expression. As the CEOP video states, "if you stay quiet, you are just as bad as them".
Let's make some noise then. For Gonçalo, for justice and for the truth. Follow the example.

Sunday, November 08, 2009

You're NO Sherlock...

The following are quotes from a new SE article:

“It is astonishing and disgraceful that the Portuguese have not assigned a specific team to scrutinise leads which could provide a breakthrough in the world’s biggest child abduction case.

“It is frankly outrageous that the parents of this poor child should be hiring private detectives to conduct an investigation which should have been taken on by the Yard in the first place."

Who else thinks this dude has a bug up his arse?

If this news are true (coming from such "reliable" source as James Murray, "Investigations Editor") =)) then Dai Davies needs to be informed that it's up to the McCann to ask the re-opening of the case; spending money on PI's has nothing to do with the PJ and quite frankly, he sounds like an idiot.

What kind of cop he is/was, if he doesn't even have a clue of what he's going on about?

As a man he can't be much as well, given the disrespectful way he addresses foreign colleagues.

He's got to be a disgruntled Everton fan (lost to Benfica 7-NILL on aggregate) :))

The only bit I agree, is that the Investigation should and must be re-opened.

Saturday, November 07, 2009

Doggy Style McCann No Likey?

Gerry is ok with reporters asking the dogs' opinion about a question he does not want to answer... seems to me the dogs are not the ones unreliable in this story.

They may sniff crotches but they surely don't lie.

Friday, November 06, 2009


It's time we lend a hand to Gonçalo Amaral, in his fight for justice and against censorship .
He is target nr.1 for "Mctermination".
He has given up many things but he hasn't given up principles and values, that we, as a society, only pretend to hold sacred.
Let's follow this great man's example.
Sign the Petition (Portuguese)/(English) against censorship and for the respect of Gonçalo Amaral's civic rights.

Deutschland Uber Alles - Just for Germany :D

Das ist Spot the Differences - Erkenne die Unterschiede

Find more videos like this on Justice and Truth

Blocked in Youtube, frei im Bloguistan fur Germany :D

Wednesday, November 04, 2009

Blitz This

Amazing how little you need to say the truth.
Some paper, a pen, and to have nothing to hide.

Tuesday, November 03, 2009

Not the Bloody McCanns on the Telly Again

Ye, but this time has a "happy ending"... the problem with lying is that sometimes the truth slips out....
Spot the Differences - will you go with the "if we say it many times, then has to be true", or with the "highly specialized trained dogs that are worth more than your friggin flat screen TV"?
Undecided? Let the professionals decdide for you the - make the McCanns re-open the Investigation like it's their right and obligation!