Since the news has declared that the chief suspect in the Madeleine McCann case, died in 2009, it appears that we will never know the truth.
I still have a few questions however.
Are most people really dumb enough to believe what they read in the papers?
Take the "White Widow" story. Is it only me who finds this a little hard to swallow? A woman, as the international kingpin in a terrorist organisation that is known for the denigration of...women!
Do they really care about the coherence of the fiction they expect us to believe? It appears not. I hope I'm being paranoid here.
If the media is really involved in a sustained campaign of disinformation, then the question arises as to why? What deems it right to lie to the populace? Is it some kind of superiority complex that allows a select group to mislead the masses? Is this permissible now that we are in a "post christian" era? Even the "Established" (note emphasis) Church, don't get it. Did they ever? Jesus called the Pharisees "Children of satan" due to their fondness of lies.
Maybe it is the reserve of the rich and powerful to indulge in antinonianism, as if somehow, they are helping to fulfill mans destiny, The "enlightened", moving on wards towards the final stages of cosmic conscienceless.
Not so sure myself.