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Madeleine McCann: Labour And The Nazis

by | 8th, October 2008

MADDIE WATCH – Anorak’s at-a-glance guide to press coverage of Madeleine McCann, Kate McCann and Gerry McCann

TRIBUNE (Magazine) “an independent weekly labour movement voice”

A new book is out: “BOOKS: Why Charles Lindbergh went to meet with Hermann Goering” – The Immortalists: Charles Lindbergh, Dr Alexis Carrel and Their Daring Quest to Live Forever, by David M Friedman

Goering and Madeleine McCann… There is a link. Knew it…

MOST people know two things about Charles Lindbergh. One: in 1927 he became the first person to fly non-stop from New York to Paris. And two: five years later his baby son was kidnapped and murdered.

Yeah, that pretty much sums it up. Oh, and he invented the electric guitar, suffered from bi-polarism and once ate 17 pickled eggs in a minute. Go on..:

The first event made him the most famous man on the planet, the prototype celebrity of the mass media age, a victim of ticker-tape parades, celebrity tours and the flashbulb’s glare. The second reignited that hysteria, but subtly changed the tone. After the murder, Lindbergh’s heroic status was stained with darkness and suspicion. Some crazies even accused the bereaved couple of killing their own child (thus grotesquely foreshadowing the case of Madeleine McCann).

Chapter 2: Charles mistakes a billiard ball for a pickled eggs with hilarious consequences…

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