You have to be ready

opendoorFor those that have read Kate McCann’s book, they will know that Alan Pike, the Crisis counsellor told them they had to be ready for Madeleine walking through that door at any moment.

Kate tells of their desperation, the fears they both had, especially the fear that Madeleine had been taken by a paedophile and killed.  It was the only thoughts that were in their heads.  They couldn’t banish them from their minds.  Alan Pike, however told Kate and Gerry McCann that they had to be ready.

He said to them:

Madeleine might walk through that door at any minute, you need to be ready for that.

Kate and Gerry McCann for over 4 years have clung onto those words and Kate speaks them at the end of  a video. I have snipped the relevant part:

Those words are very poignant and no mother,  no father, no grandparent, no aunt, no uncle, no decent human being would ever give up on finding a missing child.

The only day they would give up looking and hoping,  would be either the day their child was found, or the day they received official confirmation that their child’s body has been found or the day which they take their final breath.

The full tribute video can be viewed here

If this was your child missing would you give up?  I wouldn’t.


2 comments on “You have to be ready

  1. No parent. In fact no decent human being should ever give up on a missing child. The people who shout from the rooftops that she is dead without any proof of that fact should hang their heads in shame for the way they enjoy talking about the death of a child.

  2. Of course they wouldn’t give up, as you say no decent human being would.  Hang their heads in shame… somehow I don’t think that will happen.

    They show no remorse, and it is just one sick game to them.

    Those that don’t agree are threatened, abused and insulted.  They have no shame these people and that is why they do what they do.  They think they are protected by anonymity.  What they forget is that the Police, the ISP’s can track them if they commit offences.

    Proxies nowadays are about as useful as a chocolate teapot.

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