Sunday, 27 November 2011


I am the ball that scores political goals

I am the force for bigots and trolls

I am the reason to justify a cause

I am the flag that is taken to wars

I am the paper for writing poison in stacks

I am the bullet that starts the attacks

I am the knife that stabs in the dark

I am the confrontational spark

I am all of these things but not from my choice

I am unable to speak with my stolen voice

I am crying for everyone to know who I AM

The missing child who is Madeleine McCann


Saturday, 25 June 2011

Pat Browns Profile of the Disappearance of Madeleine McCann

So this is a criminal profile? I would expect a criminal profiler with any integrity, to work with law enforcement using information directly from an ongoing investigation. That contribution not made public unless the law enforcement agency demanded it.

Yet here we have a profile constructed from investigative information that has been concluded by the Portuguese prosecutor as having no evidence to determine a crime, let alone suspects for a crime and therefore has no validation to be tested in court.

Since when does a criminal profiler use a case to propagate actions ensuring witnesses are tested in the court of public justice; mob rule?

Pat Brown, how professional must you be to plant yourself on a case you have not been invited to contribute to, by law enforcement. To use information from the files, translated with different meanings depending on which site you found the translations. Mixed with insinuations by those who are prejudiced against the McCann’s on two bigoted websites and the beliefs of the former PJ inspector who lead the investigation, Goncalo Amaral, who is now a convicted criminal?

I believe you are fully aware that your peers and former mentor’s will hang their heads in shame at you. But I don’t believe that matters at all, when your agenda is clearly to seek publicity in the media and on the small screen to further your business of ‘controversial criminal profiler’ to increase TV ratings and ultimately, your income.

Was professional profiling with respect and integrity not lucrative enough for you?

Saturday, 5 February 2011

Country Worse Than Before Revolution. Portugal Survey.

A staggering part of the Portuguese population claims to be suspicious of the country’s present political powers, and consider themselves poorly informed about the country’s development over the past decade.

This has led the majority to conclude the country is worse-off now than what it was prior to the ‘Carnation Revolution’, which took place on 25 April 1974 and freed the country from Salazar’s authoritarian dictatorship regime.

These were the clear results of a survey carried out by the Farol Project, for which 1,002 people were interviewed.

A massive 92 percent of those questioned for the survey said they were suspicious or trusted ‘very little’ the Portuguese political scene; 89 percent said they were wary of the country’s political parties, 84 percent said they distrusted Portugal’s parliament, and 90 percent is mistrusting of the government.

And, when asked for a current diagnosis of the country, 46 percent of interviewees said they thought Portugal’s present economic and social conditions were “worse” or “much worse compared to 40 years ago.”

When compared to the more recent past, 58 percent replied they thought the situation at present is “worse” or “much worse” than before Portugal became part of the EU.

The respondents were also pessimistic about the next decade, with 53 percent believing the economic situation is going to “worsen” or “significantly worsen.”

Upon learning of the survey’s results Belmiro de Azevedo, head of retail group Sonae, who also participated in the study, said “the sample [of interviewees] is made up of people who are scared.”

He criticized the country’s politicians, saying “Lets leave electoral and political folklore alone and lets get down to some serious work.”

 The Portugal News.