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Michael Jackson Justice: Media’s Abuse of One Man or Society as a Whole?

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Friday, April 23, 2010

Media’s Abuse of One Man or Society as a Whole?

April 22, 2010 – Media’s Abuse of One Man or Society as aWhole?

Psalms 62: 3 – 12:
How long will you attack a man? You shall be slain, all of you, Like a leaning wall and a tottering fence. They only consult to cast him down from his high position; They delight in lies; They bless with their mouth, But they curse inwardly. Selah

My soul, wait silently for God alone, For my expectation is from Him. He only is my rock and my Salvation; He is my defense; I shall not be moved. In God is my salvation and my glory; The rock of my strength, And my refuge, is in God.

Trust in Him at all times, you people; Pour out your heart before Him; God is a refuge for us. Selah

Surely men of low degree are a vapor, Men of high degree are a lie; If they are weighed on the scales, They are altogether lighter than vapor. Do not trust in oppression, Nor vainly hope in robbery; If riches increase, Do not set your heart on them.

God has spoken once, Twice I have heard this: That power belongs to God. Also to You, O Lord, belongs mercy; For You render to each one according to his work.”
Appropriate Psalms for the subject at hand.

Today while sitting with my client (she loves daytime T.V.), we were watching the “Today” show. Rebbie Jackson was being interviewed. I had seen interviews with Jermaine, Janet a couple of times, LaToya and a brief interview with Joe Jackson. I had never seen or heard Rebbie speak, even before Michael’s death. I had only read comments she had made in various magazines . . . and we know how dangerous THAT can be.

Rebbie is the eldest of the nine Jackson children. Like her siblings she is soft spoken, polite, cautious and yes, she’s cute too. It was nice to hear from the oldest Jackson child. As the oldest sibling in my family I guess I expected to hear a bit of the “motherly” tone to her answers to the questions she was asked. Maybe if the interview was longer. She was only on for the stretch of time between the commercials.

Rebbie talked about how Michael’s children were doing and that they seemed to be doing very well. She talked about how hard it was during the first days after Michael’s death. There are many fans that I have talked to that still say they cannot get past their grief. Many openly wonder how the family is doing it.

Rebbie said she believed Michael’s children were adjusting well because they were surrounded and protected by family. During the weeks after Michael’s death, Rebbie moved back into the Encino home, as did a couple other family members, just to be together and support each other. I couldn’t believe my lack of discipline when I felt a touch of denial creeping back into my thoughts. I found myself looking for evidence . . . of what? What did I expect? That Rebbie should be bawling her eyes out on national television to satisfy what I thought was a lack of mourning? What was wrong with me?

I listened to Rebbie talk about a deal with Michael’s music being part of the Cirque de Solei and a new reality T.V. series which was not elaborated on. Could be the revival of the four brothers doing the “Jackson Family Dynasty” that was on last winter. She mentioned Mark Lester being the Godfather of all three of Michael’s children and it was also mentioned that Mark Lester was the actual father of Paris, although Lauer said this and not Rebbie. (I did not want to bring this up, but it was mentioned on national television. I wanted it said like I heard it and not have you read it in a tabloid somewhere).

Toward the end of the interview, Rebbie was asked about Murray and the investigation. Rebbie did say that there were some interesting things being discovered during the investigation, and that it was beyond Murray. She reminded us that it is an ongoing investigation and that she cannot say anymore. This gave me some hope. Maybe people are listening? Maybe letters are getting through? Maybe . . . just maybe, we should keep writing those letters!

Go to and click on the link at the top center of the page. It will take you to where you can copy and edit sample letters to the addresses of state senators, representatives and U.S. senators for the State of California. Keep those letters going in!

I was also asked to pass this along . . . It is an open letter to “believers” as they are now being called. Please copy this link and pass it on. It has an important message.

For those of you who don’t know what “believers” are, this is the “tag” that people have been given who believe that Michael may still be alive. For the purposes of this blog, I am not going to argue these theories one way or the other. What is more important is that people understand the misinformation out there, the culprits behind the misinformation (the media) and to remember not to get swayed. You have eyes, you have ears, you have a brain. Don’t depend on the interpretation of information of others. This is how the governments and those behind them got the world into this big of a mess to begin with. If nothing else, the lesson learned from what the media and the press did to Michael should remind you of how slimy these entities are. The tone of the letter is that everyone should work together and that is what we should do, regardless of what you believe individually.

Michael’s auto-biographical songs seemed to be written by the truckloads after the cutesy, tongue in cheek “Leave me Alone” with the lyrics. This was written and put together before the more vicious of the press attacks were launched. I love his dogs in the video by the way.

Privacy – Written and performed on the “Invincible” album (yes the one that SONY refused to promote in their attempt to force Michael to sell his half of the Sony business to them). Privacy was about the press and it is believed that the “friend” who died to get away from them was Princess Diana. Very sad song. And still laws have not been passed to control these leeches. I do not particularly like the song but I love the lyrics.

I Have This Dream – an unreleased song of Michael’s, which I found posted on A very accurate self-explanation of who he is: The lyrics are below.

"I have this dream" By Michael Jackson
(one of Michael's unpublished songs)

some people say
I live in a fantasy
because I see the world
visions come to me
in my sleep
I closed my eyes
to see what God is showing me

close your eyes
and imagine with me
see the wonder
in every living thing
if we can life
the way it is in my dreams
love will take us to a place where
god can be seen

this is my dream

I have this dream
this i believe
the world a place for all humanity
if we could take love to it's highest level
more than the world has ever seen
I have this dream

verse 2

let's put Gods love on display
angel of love come my way
it really up to you and me
one world together in harmony

in my dream I see heaven
and the face of the one perfect being
I see people turning into angels
and God giving them their wings


I have this dream
this I believe
the world's a place
for all humanity

if we could take love
to it's highest level
more than the world has ever seen
I have this dream”

Stranger in Moscow – My all time favorite I only discovered this song back in October (my day of ephiphany) even though it was written in 1995. Michael was a master at marrying lyrics to the melody and this song was perfect. I could listen to the melody all day without the lyrics. Also the beat-boxing you hear at the beginning of the song is Michael. This song was about the pain of enduring the extortion attempt-turned-child-molestation case, the media feeding frenzy and the abandonment he felt by the music industry and his fellow artists during his time of need. (The most prominent basis of my anger regarding what happened to him).

They Don’t Care About Us – One of my newly discovered favorites. I had never heard this song before he died. To tell you the truth when I listened to this song, all I could think about was the book of Revelation, one world government, and the mess that the greed for power and control has made of God’s creation. Very powerful message. Michael filmed two different versions of this song in video. The one above is the version he shot in a prison in the Philippines, and the other video version was shot in the slums of Rio de Janero.

Too Bad – My son, while watching the “Ghosts” short (one of the most amazing short films I’ve ever seen of Michael’s), is the one that pointed out to me the subject of this song when he exclaimed “Did you hear what he said? That’s about his life!” This from a boy who has Asperger’s and knew nothing about Michael Jackson other than he did “Thriller”. I have two links for this: One with the lyrics, and one with the Ghosts’ video so you can enjoy the amazing choreography for which Michael was famous. I’m sorry the video is a bad copy, but it has the lyrics with it. This song was written about the District Attorney Tom Sneddon, who spent millions trying to nail Michael Jackson after the 1993 trial, including flying to Australia to try to recruit “victims” to testify against him. If you get a chance, watch the entire “Ghosts” video. It’s probably the most artistically magnificent movie short I’ve ever seen from him.

Ghosts - This was also about Sneddon. The whole video was a depiction of the lengths Tom Sneddon went to use the media to smear Michael before a trial even began. Ten years later, Tom was at it again after the airing of Martin Bashir’s “Living with Michael Jackson”. Lyrics also included. If you pay attention to the full length video here, Michael plays four parts, including that of the fat, town mayor . . . all makeup. This film short cost just over three million to produce. The full length in four parts starts here.

Tabloid Junkie – Yes, this is really a song, which I will let speak for itself.

Money – In answer to the 1993 allegations and the extortion funds Sony and their insurance company paid his accusers. The father of the boy tried to come back and sue (again) Michael for another 60 million, but Michael’s lawyers counter-sued. Two months after Michael’s death, this same man committed suicide by shooting himself in the head in a New Jersey Hotel room. If Michael had been alive when this happened, he probably would have cried.

Unbreakable – Pretty much to everyone that was after him. Notice that Notorious B.I.G. did the rap vocals on this song . . . remember the story of Notorious’s first meeting with Michael a few updates back? I love the lyrics, in defiance from an otherwise humble man.

To be continued:

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