Your thoughts on Michael Jackson

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  1. Giles Daldanus

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    What are your views on Michael Jackson and his legacy when it comes to racial relations? Did you like his musical performances? Do you see him as a person who was keen to promote liberal causes to the detriment of whites or as someone who genuinely wanted to become an integral part of white American culture? Also, it is quite confusing, but it seems as if his daughter Paris Jackson looks fully white.
     
  2. Don Wassall

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    There's a school of thought in the alternative media that Jackson was killed (by way of his corrupt black doctor overdosing him gradually over time) because he allegedly made some anti-Jewish remarks and was considered a danger to go full "anti-semite." I never was interested in his music or anything else about him other than what made the general news so don't know if there's anything to that theory or not.

    There's no question he was a freak of the highest order, given the way he lightened his skin and mutilated his face through repeated surgeries. I guess it showed a strong wish to be White, but again, from the sleeping with little kids to using his property as a zoo and playland to all sorts of bizarre things, he was as weird as it gets.
     
  3. Giles Daldanus

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    Thanks, Don, I have never come across that theory before, but there could certainly be merit to it, as the circumstances pertaining to Jackson’s death are still regarded as suspicious.


    I think that his single “They Don't Care About Us” caused controversy in the 1990s because some of the song’s lyrics were interpreted as having anti-Semitic content.


    Also, magician Uri Geller (a Jewish friend of Jackson) gave the green light for the 2002-2003 Martin Bashir interviews with MJ, which resulted in a documentary that is commonly thought to have become a public relations disaster for the entertainer and his team. I am not sure whether the airing of Living with Michael Jackson caused a rift between Geller and Jackson, but it’s possible that MJ may have felt slightly betrayed by Geller and the 2005 People v. Jackson trial may have pushed him to start envisioning himself as an anti-establishment figure.


    I agree that MJ certainly gave off the impression of wanting to be perceived as a white man (and he surrounded himself with many whites) rather than a pro-black activist. I like quite a few of his songs and dance moves, as they can be quite cheeky and uplifting. However, I don’t know what to think regarding the child molestation allegations against him and some of his other eccentric (albeit largely innocent) pursuits.
     
  4. DixieDestroyer

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    He was an overhyped weirdo who was "worshipped" by legions of lamebrain lemmings. Anybody who dyes their skin, has boatload of (non essential) plastic surgery & hawks on kids has got to be classified as 'a freak'.
     
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  6. Heretic

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    I remember reading an article shortly after his death that he was obsessed with Aryan culture and genetics. That probably explains why "his kids" have absolutely no visible ******* features or traits and that the woman he chose to give birth the them - with another White man's sperm - looked like this:

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