I haven’t said anything about Michael Jackson since his demise isn’t part of my esoteric research, but here are some recent blog posts with some interesting theories.
Whether Jackson was a part of some global child slavery ring, a victim of a bankster hit-list or a humanised version of Mickey Mouse, in the end he was a human being with a family.
May he find the rest he so desperately wanted.
Les Visible of Smoking Mirrors compares MJ with Mickey Mouse, with a tie-in to Palestine:
In order for us to go on celebrating the most vacuous portions of ourselves, someone has to pay. In order for the finery and glitter of the deserving few to continue in gaudy, endless spectacle, someone- a whole lotta someone’s- have to go without. In order that massive waste can continue, as proof that some of us will never have enough or spend even a small amount of what we have acquired at the expense of others, some must go without. Given that most of the people suffering have been convinced that they would do exactly the same if they were given the chance well, I guess it works out on some level, somewhere.
Michael’s the real life equivalent (if this is real life) of a Disney character, no different than Mickey Mouse. Mickey turned fifty a little while ago but he’s still going strong. Michael’s one of the gatekeepers that keep you penned in your own wonderland of wanting. He’s the smiling; backwards dancing door warden that says it’s all right here. Eat, drink and be merry because there are people just waiting to clean it up for you and then maybe sell some of what’s left on EBay.
I know they’re going to blow something up again pretty soon. Michael’s funeral would be a consideration if irony were your cup of tea.
I’m not sure if Michael would’ve appreciated the irony or not, but didn’t he convert to Islam when he lived in Dubai?
On Dr. Henry Makow’s site, ‘A Reader’ speculates that Jackson was sold into child sex slavery by his father for personal gain:
…at the tender age of ten Michael Jackson had an ebullient joy and charisma that was palpable and contagious on both TV and radio. Later, at the age of 21, he broke from his family and began a successful solo career. F. Scott Fitzgerald said American lives have no second acts. And for child entertainers trying to extend their success into adulthood, that is doubly so. Michael Jackson proved Fitzgerald wrong. But at what price?
A series of articles on the blog Aangirfan [aangirfan.blogspot.com] explores the possibility that Michael Jackson was yet another Illuminati sex slave. In one article, “Michael Jackson 5.0,” the blogger writes: “There has been speculation that the CIA has used its MK-ULTRA brainwashing on many celebrities, including Madonna, Curt Cobain, Britney Spears, Elvis and Michael Jackson. Jermaine Jackson has suggested that his father may have arranged for Michael to be used by older men. He tells how his father had Michael join late-night hotel room meetings with “important business people.”
Jermaine wondered whether “something happened” to Michael at those sessions. He said he sensed something was wrong because Michael would be sick for days after. “What was Joseph doing?” Jermaine wrote. Michael Jackson said himself that his father beat him.
MJ getting sold into child sex slavery has been an on-going theory on the InnerTubes for a while with no hard evidence other than Jackson’s eccentric behaviour and his propensity for sleeping with young boys.
And the one person who Jackson got convicted over came out to refute the claim saying his father put him up to it.
The game of truth or consequences will continue for decades to come I’m sure.
Lastly, Michael Jackson symbolically represents the death of two things in my view; the 1970s along with the deaths of Farrah Fawcett and David Carradine. One of which, Carradine’s, could be linked to the occult like Jackson’s.
The other is the record industry. In this day and age of mp3s and music downloads, this once dominant media could be in it’s death-throes:
Is Michael Jackson – and along with him U2 and Madonna – the last vestige of a music industry in its death throes? For Switzerland’s Nachrichten newspaper, Patrik Etschmayer writes in part:
“Ever since Michael Jackson, King of Pop, extra-terrestrial, and whatever else he was dubbed, shuffled off this mortal coil, commentators around the world have absolutely flipped.
“What’s rarely mentioned is that Jackson, along with the other giants of the 1980s, such as Prince, Madonna and U2, together initiated the downfall of what was known back then as the music industry. Of course, the industry blames file-sharing, particularly bit torrents, for their current woes (which apparently, with the massive sales of Jackson CDs, are bound to be somewhat mitigated). But another reason can be found in the terrible 80s and 90s. … Superstars became megastars with record contracts like Jackson signed in 1991 for a sum of over $65 million. Music was the latest part of our culture to mutate into an industrial product. Although it continued to be produced by artists, it was no longer regarded as art by the people who managed the recording companies.
“It was this madness that broke some artists. Jackson slowly seemed to lose his mind, while his big ‘adversary’ Prince even temporarily gave up his name, because he could no longer cope with his contractual obligations. Meanwhile, Madonna appeared to have her real personality stripped away in an acid-bath of continual self-re-invention.
“It may well be that with Michael Jackson, the last megastar of the music business has died – and along with this talented musician who had been brutally treated in life, much of what ultimately destroyed him will also be laid to rest.”
Could it all be this simple? The very thing that killed Jackson is just plain ol’ greed?
Well, if the record industry is dying an ignoble death along with Jackson I say good riddance.
They charge too damn much for their music CDs and movie DVDs ( along with the more expensive yet Blue-Ray discs ) anyways.
They’ll show up in garage sales before too long, so paupers like me can pick them up pennies on the dollar.
As for Jackson, Carradine and Farrah sweet-heart, *sigh*, thanks for the ’70s!