10 Years Ago Today – June 25, 2009

10 Years Ago Today, the best to ever do it was taken away from us. He broke and created so many records and smashed through that glass ceiling.

Michael Jackson set a new standard for black artists by boldly declaring his refusal to be pigeonholed as black artists often were during his time.

He proved that black artists could become international pop stars and have adoring fans from all over the world.

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Michael Jackson set the blueprint for popular black artists of today.

However, not only did he show what was possible for black artists, but he also showed what was possible for all artists;

and not just artists, but perhaps for even the first African-American U.S. president.

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“Michael Jackson helped save the network from being shut down. MTV executives had expected to lose $10 million before they showed a profit. The network quickly lost $50 million, and its parent company was prepared to shut down MTV and call it quits. Jackson’s three Thriller videos came out in 1983. In the first three months of 1984, MTV had their first quarterly profit. Ironically, MTV was rescued from failure by a musician who didn’t fit the channel’s original ‘rock ‘n’ roll-only’ format.” –  stated Tannenbaum

Mr. Jackson helped to put MTV on the map in the early 1980s. “Michael undoubtedly moved the art form of the video from what were maybe mini-commercials to mini-movies,” Mr. Toffler said.


Michael Jackson demonstrated that an artist can be more than just an artist, but a brand.

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Michael Jackson is known by many as the greatest entertainer of all time, but he was also a revolutionary when it came to business. In addition to famously buying the Beatles’ publishing catalogue, Jackson was one of the first pop stars to launch his own clothing line, record label, sneakers, and video games—creating a fundamental shift in the monetization of fame and paving the way for entertainer-entrepreneurs like Jay Z and Diddy. – Greenburg

This is the story of how Michael Jackson pioneered a new template for “pop star as brand and business owner.” Greenburg details Jackson’s vision of himself as a new kind of entertainer: not selling rights to his songs, acquiring other copyrights, leveraging his popularity to start shoe & clothing lines. It’s a concept that didn’t exist before Jackson; he broke new ground in this area just as he revolutionized the music video, dance, and so many other things.

 

He boldly redefined what pop music could be and how it can encompass an eclectic mix of all genres.

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Michael Jackson demonstrated what hard work, determination, imagination, boldly stepping into the unknown, and challenging the status quo can produce.

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Michael Jackson dedicated his life to helping others.


Michael Jackson courageously sang about social topics from the 80s and 90s that are still plaguing our world today.

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Throughout his trials and tribulations, the media manipulations, and the character assassination, Michael always stood and walked with his head held high.

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Despite some people’s best (failed) efforts (past and present) to bring him down and ruin his hard-earned legacy, Michael Jackson left his indelible mark on the world that will never be erased.


If there is one thing that can be said: the liars and betrayers will come and go; however, Michael Jackson’s legacy will continue to stand the test of time.

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Stop Questioning The Morality of Michael Jackson Fans

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After the airing of ‘Leaving Neverland’, people took to social media to question how Michael Jackson fans can still be loyal to him after what was “revealed” in Leaving Neverland.

They asked, how can we still be fans of this “pedophile” after they watched this 4-hour “detailed” and “compelling documentary”.

I just want to point out that “detailed” and “compelling” doesn’t mean truthful …

To the people who continue to question our morality, please keep these statements in mind:

Unfortunately, we don’t have the luxury of just enjoying Michael’s music and his wonderful contributions to the world.

We’re not just some rabid fans who are brainwashed as some have said about us.

We’re not in a cult where Michael Jackson is our cult leader.

We have to go through a Michael Jackson 101 course if you will.

Unfortunately, it’s as if we have no choice but to familiarize ourselves with the lies that are/were told on Michael so we can shut them down with the truth if they’re brought up in our presence.

We have to be prepared to read, dissect, and disseminate false information.

We have to know more than the average person.

The average Michael Jackson fan knows more about the 1993, 2003, and 2013 cases than the average journalist and the average person.

Michael Jackson fans are some of the best researchers, analyzers, investigators, financial reporters, biographers, and fact-finders you will ever come across.

Some of us are walking encyclopedias regarding the false allegations against Michael Jackson.

We have fans within our community who were sexually abused as children and defend Michael. They did their research and came to the same conclusion regarding Michael: he was INNOCENT.

We know that pedophilia, child sexual abuse, child molestation are wrong, heinous, disgusting, immoral, perverted, sick, and nasty.

We also know that Michael Jackson is INNOCENT of those heinous acts he was accused of and that’s why we defend him as much as we do.

We’re not oblivious to the fact that Michael’s naivete and kindness put him in situations that left him vulnerable to false molestation accusations.

The MJ Community is more informed than the average person on the media manipulation and tactics that were used (and currently) against Michael Jackson for decades:

 

It’s Slander
You say it’s not a sword
But with your pen you torture men
You’d crucify the Lord
And you don’t have to read it
And you don’t have to eat it
To buy it is to feed it
So why do we keep foolin’ ourselves

– Michael Jackson, Tabloid Junkie

Unlike the average person, the MJ community has been well aware of Wade “Robberson and James “Safecheck shenanigans since 2013/2014. Where have ya been?

Viewers watched this one-sided hit-piece with no third party interviews or corroborating evidence and all of a sudden their experts on this whole charade.

People often say “oh but I bet MJ fans didn’t even watch “Leaving Neverland” and guess what, some of us DID watch it because we had to do the laborious work of separating fact from fiction (something … you know, an investigative journalist should do).

MJ Fans and Non-MJ Fans debunked Leaving Neverland lies.

Michael Jackson would have been vindicated in the court of public opinion decades ago if we had the current internet/computer technology and social media platforms back then.

The overwhelming information speaks for itself;

Michael Jackson WAS INNOCENT from DAY ONE.

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Safechuck alleges sexual abuse at the iconic Neverland train station that did not even exist at the time

The Michael Jackson Allegations

In a scene of Leaving Neverland accuser James Safechuck alleges that Michael Jackson had molested him in virtually every corner of Neverland, including in open and rather public spaces such as the pool or the theater. The whole scene seemed like a rundown on every notable area at Neverland in an attempt to sully and pollute them with “sexual abuse” imagery in the viewer’s mind.

Mind you, in his complaint Safechuck portrays Jackson as a paranoid abuser who would go great lengths not to get detected. He claims, among other things that Jackson supposedly run “drills” with him like this [1]:

Or that Jackson would mess up the bedroom where James should have slept so that staff would not notice that instead he had slept in Jackson’s bed [1].

According to Safechuck’s allegations, Jackson went as far as to prepare him and practice what police would tell him in…

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‘Leaving Neverland’ – What This “documentary” Was Hiding and Didn’t Want You to Know

As time passes, more information is coming to the surface about the two accusers in Leaving Neverland Documentary. Thanks to some great investigative work, their accounts of events are being exposed.

Many people who watch Leaving Neverland are not aware that the two men in the ‘documentary’ are Wade Robson and James Safechuck. These two men have been in litigation with Michael Jackson’s Estate since 2013, trying to (unsuccessfully) get hundreds of millions of dollars. Their cases get thrown out and they try to appeal the judge’s dismissal.

Videos have been created to highlight the many contradictions of Wade’s and James Safechuck allegation claims against Michael Jackson. I have comprised a list of them in the post.

Debra Willis Describes Friendship with Michael Jackson

 

 

Debra Willis seems genuine and was on the witness list for Katherine Jackson’s lawsuit against AEG. It seems Michael and Debra had a genuine friendship. She saw him at least once every year and the last time she saw him was in March 2009. The interview was done by Larry Nimmer who was hired by Michael Jackson’s defense team to shoot video of Michael’s Neverland Ranch for the jury.

  • She talks about meeting Michael Jackson while working security at a Toy store in 1998 while he was in NYC.

  • She and MJ exchanged contact information after he learned she had a sick son.

  • Michael showed up at her hotel wearing a disguise as an old man.

  • MJ told her he wanted to turn Neverland into a children’s hospital

  • (SMH) During the 2005 accusation, Michael told her that Gavin (his accuser) came to him one night and told him that he was confused about his sexuality. MJ told him that he needed to have that conversation with his parents.

  • There is no hole deep enough to bury Conrad Murray. She says he is a liar and abused his power.

  • She and MJ discussed their childhood ass whoopings. MJ said his father was a good man he was just too strict.

  • Last time they talked on the phone was June 23, 2009, he invited her to CA. Her bags were packed by the door when she saw the announcement on the news about MJ’s passing.

  • MJ left something for his mother with her. I personally think he told her if something ever happens to me give my mom this or tell my mom this.

  • She got in touch with Trent Jackson who was Katherine’s nephew/caretaker. Trent wanted to know what it was but MJ told her to give it directly to his mom but she was never able to get in touch with Katherine.

  • She spoke to Joe Jackson directly he invited her to the house. She made it through the gate but Michael Amir (Michael Jackson’s former personal assistant) and a bodyguard told her she was not allowed.

  • Trent calls her 5 minutes after the ordeal and tells her “I don’t know who in the hell you think you are and what in the hell are you doing” He said Joe doesn’t live here so he does not make the rules. Trent strongly stated he made the rules.

  • Joe called her back and apologized and told her it would not happen again. She refused to go back because Trent was there.

  • MJ did not trust Conrad at all and did not want him there, but he had no choice.

  • She and MJ were having a conversation and Conrad walked in and was trying to push MJ to take medication. She asked him what it was he said Conrad did not disclose it to him but told him it was for his own good. She found out later it was Ambien which caused his chest to burn.

  • She told him to fire Conrad but MJ told her that he had to listen and do whatever they tell him to do because if he didn’t they would ruin him.

  • MJ told her that he had a crush on his Chef Kai Chase and thought she was beautiful. She told him to go for it but he was very shy.

  • She said he was a true gentleman and called her his soul friend. He gave her gifts and always wanted to pay for things.

  • She ends the interview by leaving a message to Katherine: She sends her condolences about Joe and tells her that he was a good man. MJ gave her specific instructions and made her promise to give it to only his mother just in case anything ever happened to him in March 2009. She is literally begging to get into contact with Katherine to fulfill her promise. She says Katherine can bring her bodyguards and lawyers she just wants to fulfill the promise she made to MJ.