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Michael Jackson Justice: The Day After Michael’s Birthday

God: Reconnect to Him

The Conspiracy against God is about "The Word", and the profaning of His Holy Name within us. Adam fell in the garden, breaking the direct connection to God. Jesus, the "last Adam" was a quickening Spirit, the Word made Flesh, and the only one with whom we can re-establish our relationship with God. Michael's story is still unfolding. He is the one who is, is not. But Jesus is the only name given under heaven by which we must be saved. Many are trying to rewrite HIStory. We were given a help to instruct us. Learn more "here".

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

The Day After Michael’s Birthday


The Day After
Michael’s Birthday



Good 30th everyone.  I got a late start on my blog today, but as it is soon realized, everything happens for a reason.  I had some family things to deal with today and I need a prayer for my mom, please for “unspoken needs”.

We are all going to have to look at our families and come together and pool resources, but the willingness to do that is sometimes the biggest hurdle because it involves putting aside your pride.  Not only should we be willing to make concessions for family so that we can gather in hard times, we should be willing to do it for family we DON’T know or never met . . . those out there that have no one. 

My mother called me to ask me if I was interested in a program that is on T.V.  She said it was about the lost gospels of the Bible.  When she mentioned “the gospel of Mary Magdalene” and the gospel of “Thomas”, I told her I wasn’t interested.   She was trying to convince me that there was a possibility that they were authentic by explaining the “historians” said the text was older than those of the published gospels.  I didn’t watch the program but of course did my own searching.  I found links to both sides of the argument online but seeing that I wanted to get this blog out tonight, I thought I would approach what I found at a later date.

However, in searching out all the references to Mary Magdalene in the Bible, I came upon this verse below:

12Then spake Jesus again unto them, saying, I am the light of the world: he that followeth me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life.

Sound familiar?

“This is it . . . here I stand . . . I’m the light of the world, I feel grand . . .”

This is not the first time Michael has used Bible passages or parts of them in his songs.  The song “Dangerous” contains two of them from Proverbs chapter 5.

With that said, I have two blog topics that are in various stages of completion.  However, home challenges kept me busy today, so I decided to publish an article  Diane also sent me about Michael, I thought it would be appropriate to publish that the day after his birthday, because this is exactly how I feel.

Diane also sent me a picture from the verse in Matthew 24:6 which is almost identical to a passage in 2 Thessalonians 2: 2-3  2That ye be not soon shaken in mind, or be troubled, neither by spirit, nor by word, nor by letter as from us, as that the day of Christ is at hand.  3Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition;

I post Matthew 24: 4-13 below:

4And Jesus answered and said unto them, Take heed that no man deceive you.
5For many shall come in my name, saying, I am Christ; and shall deceive many.
6And ye shall hear of wars and rumours of wars: see that ye be not troubled: for all these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet.  7For nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: and there shall be famines, and pestilences, and earthquakes, in divers places.  8All these are the beginning of sorrows.  9Then shall they deliver you up to be afflicted, and shall kill you: and ye shall be hated of all nations for my name's sake.  10And then shall many be offended, and shall betray one another, and shall hate one another.  11And many false prophets shall rise, and shall deceive many.  12And because iniquity shall abound, the love of many shall wax cold.  13But he that shall endure unto the end, the same shall be saved.


The lady who wrote this below traveled seemingly the exact same road that I did, and many of you in how God turned our heads onto what happened to this man and what they did to him.  The only thing missing in comparison to my story is the angel kiss while in sobbing prayer that night.

So here is her story below, of what she discovered.  She did it in a lot less words than I have on my own blog :o)



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Why I Will Always Remember Michael Jackson

What I learned the summer he passed away

By guest writer Lauren Schwartz





My first memory of Michael Jackson is from a few years ago. It is vague. I don’t remember where he was or whom he was addressing, but he was speaking to an audience in an outdoor arena, and all I remember of that are three words he said at the end: God bless you. Those words struck me, the depth of emotion and sincerity with which he said them, unlike I’d ever heard before. Huh, I thought. He seems to really mean that, where did that come from? And just as quickly I forgot all about it.



Fast forward to June 25, 2009. That morning, I saw a blurb in my e-mail that Michael Jackson had been taken to the hospital. I didn’t think anything of it, assuming that celebrities get hospitalized for all kinds of reasons and that it was nothing serious. A few hours later, on my way to Blockbuster, a friend texted me with the news that the pop star had died. I replied that I’d heard he had been hospitalized and that was all, leading my friend to question his source. But within a few minutes he wrote back that yes, Jackson was dead.



It was shocking to me, in the way that any premature celebrity death is shocking. But there was also a sense that his death marked the end of the entertainment industry as we knew it. That notion seemed of great import to me. Days afterward, I was transfixed by media coverage of the event. It was surreal, and for some reason it amazed me that this icon was gone. However, I was not a Michael Jackson fan and I knew little to nothing about his career so it didn’t mean much. People would get over it. Life would go on.



As it turned out, life would not go on the same for me as it would not for many others. I remember the moment when I realized there was much more to the story of Michael Jackson than that of a superficial superstar. As I caught up on his music videos online, my cursory look at his career eventually extended over into interviews and magazine articles. One article in particular arrested my attention. On the cover of a 1987 People Magazine, Michael was quoted from a letter he had written to the press in which he said, "I was sent forth for the world, for the children. But have mercy, for I've been bleeding a long time now." I was taken aback. It was such dramatic sentiment, the likes of which sounded completely foreign coming from this most famous of entertainers. What in the world is he talking about? I wondered. I was intrigued by the sense of mission he alluded to as well as the private anguish, and so I began to do more research to understand the man who made that statement.



In the days following his death, my spare time was spent online going through the immense collection of footage that fans uploaded to YouTube. It was quite a privilege afforded by technology to go back and view so much of his life as it was documented on camera: interviews, speeches, awards ceremonies, performances, home videos. It was an even greater privilege to view these events sans the prejudice of prior knowledge. Everything was new to me, so that I was continually surprised by the man I saw. He was nothing like I would have imagined him to be. In fact, the more I looked at Michael Jackson one conclusion became singularly apparent: he reminded me of Jesus. He was so full of love and gentility in his interaction with other people it shocked me. Often Michael referred to the teachings of Jesus, specifically the admonition to humble ourselves as children, as the basis for the way he lived his life. There was such an innocence and purity about him that stunned me, and made me want to be the same. I knew I'd never seen anyone quite like him.



In one of the first television interviews that I watched, Michael talked to Barbara Walters circa 1997. I was surprised by the way he spoke. He had a soft high voice and expressed himself in an enthusiastic almost childlike manner. He was lighthearted and full of laughs, yet when talk turned to tabloids he seemed to plead with Walters to agree that the media should be kind in its treatment of celebrities, that the things said about him were "not nice" and "hurt [his] heart." I'll never forget the look of dismay on his face when she asked him if it was really the media's job to be kind. "To be kind...?" he replied. "What you saw what happened to Lady Diana [referring to the car accident that took her life]... you tell me." I remember thinking it was the perfect thing to say at that point, an inspired bit of wisdom for which Walters had no answer, reminiscent of the instances in scripture in which Jesus silenced his critics. Many times in other interviews, I would listen to the way he answered certain questions, questions meant to trip him up, and he'd just smile and respond with the perfect answer as though it came from above. It was in those times that I felt he wasn't speaking on his own.



I watched many of Michael's speeches, one for his 1993 Grammy Award. He came across as very humble and a bit shy, giggling at the audience's applause. However, there was a sadness in his eyes, and he hinted again at the emotional pain of his celebrity when he said, "I don't read all the things written about me. I wasn't aware the world thought I was so weird and bizarre..." It was obvious how much the negativity affected him. He went on to explain that having lost out on his childhood made him 'different', and was the reason he loved children and childlike things so much. He then thanked all the children around the world "including the sick and deprived," telling them "I am so sensitive to your pain." It was another eye-opening statement, one that made me again consider the kind of man he was that he cared so much for children and would use the spotlight as an occasion to bare his heart to the public.



Some of the footage that impacted me the most was a Maury Povich tv special which aired deleted scenes from the 2003 documentary "Living With Michael Jackson." These were scenes which according to Maury were never meant to be seen by the public, and so it is interesting that I came across the tv special before the actual documentary. In it Michael was unguarded, pouring his heart out to Martin Bashir about how he saw himself, the way he lived his life at Neverland, and the joy he received from helping children and being around them. It was hard to believe that the man known as the greatest entertainer of all time was the same guy in the video running around his property with a group of kids, laughing and playing with them, goofing around, being like one of them. Bashir remarked that it was "nothing short of a spiritually kind thing." And of Michael's own children he said, "It almost makes me weep when I see you with them. Your interaction with them is so natural, so loving, so caring." Michael's touching response seemed to me an echo of how God surely speaks about us. "I love them," he said, a smile of sheer delight spread across his face. "I would die for them... I'm crazy about them. I look into their eyes, everyday I make sure I do it. I say 'Look at me. I love you very much.'"



The more I learned about Michael, the more obvious it became that there was something very wrong with the public's view of this man. There was something very wrong with the way the media had presented him. And there was something very wrong with the fact that I and so many others did not know the truth about his life. He was, in my opinion, a living epistle and despite his worldwide fame too few were aware of his message. Too few cared. One of the last pieces of footage to cement my opinion of Michael Jackson was from his 60 Minutes interview in 2003. Six years before his death Michael was defending his good name, and he made the following statement that will forever bear witness to the truth of what his life was about. "I will never stop helping and loving people, the way Jesus said to. He said to continue to love. Always love..." Immediately tears poured from my eyes as I realized that's exactly what Michael Jackson had done. Despite tribulation, he'd continued to love. He'd given everything he had until the end.



For the next two weeks I was unable to sleep and many nights I cried uncontrollably. I was overcome by the fact that a great light had gone out in the world having never received the appropriate acknowledgment because he was so misunderstood and misjudged. I mourned that he had died needlessly and only after years of having his reputation maligned and his intentions for good in this world perverted. The tragic aspect of his story was almost unbelievable to me. Yet looking back, I know that surely I also wept for the beauty of the grace which encompassed it all, for it was God's hand that raised Michael up and God's hand that kept him throughout his life. I saw how God had been faithful to Michael Jackson for this very testimony: that His light and His love overcome the darkness. Every time I consider that I am moved to tears.



Therefore I don't think it any coincidence that Michael rose to prominence the way that he did. He was not without flaws and failings, but if ever I have wondered what Jesus was like when He walked the earth, Michael Jackson's life was a remarkable portrayal. It is as if his whole life was put on display before the world to give us a modern reflection of who Jesus is. Like Jesus, Michael was groomed for greatness from the time he was a young boy. There was a time at the height of his career that it could be said the whole world ran after him, just as was said of Jesus. Wherever he went people thronged him, he was adored by men, women and children alike. The deep love for his fellow man was known by nearly everyone who came in contact with him and for some it even had emotionally and physically healing effects. As Bernice King said at his memorial service, "He was such a thoughtful and selfless man, full of the unconditional love of God and good works that touched and changed lives."





Ultimately, the world was not worthy of him. Over time Michael became the object of ridicule and scorn, even to the point of being stripped naked and humiliated in a manner similar to Jesus. False accusations were brought against him and he was condemned in the court of public opinion. Like Jesus, Michael was hated without a cause. That is why, after his death, it was right that the world celebrated him once again. I remember almost wishing the news coverage would not end, for as people continued to honor Michael for all of the love and joy he had given, it was as though they were really honoring Jesus. The world was once again united, however briefly, behind a man who had represented Him very well on the earth. Whether they were aware of it or not, it was the image of Jesus in him that they so missed. And it was that image I had taken for granted in others, so that when I saw it in Michael Jackson it was all the more profound to me. I think I needed to see it in someone wholly outside of the Christian subculture so that I would understand the reality and the power of God's love beyond religious definition. Jesus was the treasure in Michael, and I am honored to have been given the opportunity to see it.



It was reported that three weeks before his death, Michael met with gospel singers Andrae and Sandra Crouch for prayer and to discuss new music he was making which he desired to be more spiritual. He asked them about the anointing of the Holy Spirit, about "what makes your hands go up" and what "makes you come out of yourself and gives a spirituality to the music." He also asked the Crouches to sing one of his favorite songs by them "It Won't Be Long [We'll Be Leaving Here]." One can't help but notice the prophetic significance of that song so close to the end of his life and that its message apparently meant a lot to him. It is interesting to me that at the end of his life, that is what he was focused on: making music that was spiritual and anointed. I wish he'd been able to do that. But I'm sure now that he's in heaven that's exactly what he's doing.



About 4 months after Michael's death I began to have dreams about him. Up until then I had not been sleeping well, nor had I had any dreams. But for four nights in a row, I slept ten hours straight as if someone had knocked me out, and each night I dreamed of Michael. The third night I dreamed I saw Michael sitting at a piano in the middle of a beautiful white desert surrounded by mountains. Rose petals lay across the keys, and Michael was composing a song about how much he loved Jesus. It was a pretty melody but I don't remember it now. He looked at me and said, "Jesus was my mentor. He was the reason I was who I was, and I wanted people to know that. I didn't say it openly in my music..." he paused for a moment and smiled, as though acknowledging that had been a mistake, "but if you listen to some of my songs, I am singing about Him." Then another man appeared in front of me. Affirming Michael's words he said, "Yes, Michael had a very close relationship with Jesus." My last dream had to do with honoring people in mainstream society who are Christian, and of the necessity of the Church to recognize such people, including Michael Jackson.



It just so happened that I had the day off on the occasion of his memorial service that aired around the world. I remember it was a beautiful day, the morning sun shone through my bedroom window and I sequestered myself in that room for the entirety of the coverage. It was an incredibly moving ceremony. The eulogies of those who knew Michael personally were a powerful testament to him, and I was unable to hold back tears. I was most impressed by Al Sharpton, who made the consummate statement of the memorial when he looked at Michael's children and declared, "Wasn't nothing strange about your daddy! It was strange what your daddy had to deal with..." My heart could have stopped for the power of those words. They reverberated with a righteous authority that I felt did not come from Sharpton but from God. As the audience rose to its feet in thunderous applause, I sensed in that one statement heaven's vindication of the life of Michael Jackson. In that one moment, you understood how God saw him and you appreciated everything God had done in him.



Some ask why he was taken so early, especially considering the new tour he was about to embark upon after his long absence from the stage. But I don't think his death was in vain. It seems more likely that his mission was over, his purpose on this earth fulfilled. He certainly didn't have anything more to prove. I feel there is a calling on those who understand what he was about, to learn from and continue his example. I'll never forget the revelation of God that I saw in him. Hanging on my wall is a picture of a young Michael Jackson dressed in a sparkly military-type jacket. He is poised and sure. Kingly. That picture is symbolic to me of the greatness that is possible before God, the stature we are called to attain. Every time I look at it I am reminded of the promise that if you humble yourself before God He will exalt you. Michael was called a king on earth, but more importantly he is known as a king in heaven. I look forward to the day I'll meet him in heaven so that I can thank him for what was imparted to me through his life. I will always remember the summer of his passing - and my discovery of his life - as a time of joy and peace. And light.



Michael, as you once wrote in a letter to a friend, let me say "I'm glad God chose me and you." And as you were so fond of saying to others, I will finish with the same words I first heard from you. God bless you.



When All is Said and Done



I remember one man said of him

"I looked into your eyes - they were kind"

So I began to think about mine

And what would be said on that day

When You look upon my face

I'll hope You see the same in my eyes

Truth and not lies

Love without compromise

Because that's what I saw in him

The beauty was absolute

A reflection of You



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I will close this blog with one of my favorite fella’s and his band, Black Eyed Peas and my favorite song of theirs . . . Pay attention to the lyrics . . .

Lyrics to Where is the Love Video


Wil.i.am – I love you guys . . . ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥   God Bless you guys (and gal!)



26 comments:

  1. OMG - I can't believe this.

    Jackson family! I can't keep up with you! There's nine of you! One of me! Could at least two of you move in the same direction?

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  2. Pardon me - there are 15 of you if you include mom, dad, Prince, Paris, Blanket and Omer.

    Tired. I'm tired.

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  3. I'm in floods - wonderful letter



    "OMG - I can't believe this."


    Bonnie, you are often WAY too criptic for me to understand what you are talking about!

    Has something new happened....?

    Karen x

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  4. Bonnie, Lauren Schwartz's testimony is simply beautiful. "Jesus was the treasure in Michael" she said too. It again comforts me that Michael has indeed his World Army of Love. If I did not read yours & other reports of that sort on Michael, I would think I am crazy to focus so much on this man since June 2009, but we are millions ! No coincidence !

    Black Eyed Peas, all of you : I loooove you !

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  5. Karen said - "Bonnie, you are often WAY too criptic for me to understand what you are talking about!

    Has something new happened....?"

    ......... Just too much news for me to keep caught up on with different Jackson members saying this or that in the news. I keep getting sent links and I determine whether they are worth looking deeper into or not. Some of it is just press background noise. Nothing earth shattering, it's just now that they've added Michael's children to the activity, and now Omer . . . I'm only one person. Keeping up with them AND what's going on in the world is TOUGH TOUGH TOUGH!!!
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    Line said - "If I did not read yours & other reports of that sort on Michael, I would think I am crazy to focus so much on this man since June 2009, but we are millions ! No coincidence !"

    ......... I loved her article and I think it really does explain very well what we all have experienced concerning Michael. I don't know about her, but I can speak for myself that what happened was definitely spiritual and divinely directed. I am still in shock sometimes that I am here.

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  6. One more thing, Ms. Schwartz said :"I don't think his death was in vain. It seems more likely that his mission was over, his purpose on this earth fulfilled."

    Through Michael's spirituality, faith in God & life's wonderful achievements, it may well have been : God's plans are far beyond our poor human Justice. Let's however not neglect to pray for the uncovering of the truth by the US Justice on the events of June 25, 2009. This will not render Michael to his MJ3 but we still owe him this respect & so much more.

    Bonnie, you already achieved a lot for the search of the truth for Michael & I do hope that God also helps you finding the solutions you need these days to facilitate your life.

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  7. Hey Bonnie. Have you listened to "Another day" backmasked? How is it possible? Is it fake? And have you listened to the Interview with Christian Van Lahr on coast to coast. Its called Michael Jackson's final message from beyond. He claimes that MJ had an bacterial disease and MRSA. He said that MJ's people contacted him and wanted help to save MJ because he was dying. I Would like to know what you think about this. All the contradicted stories makes me crazy. I am starting to wondering if I want the truth. What if the truth would harm MJ and his legacy. If AEG knew that MJ was sick they had to lie to the public otherwise they would have lost a lot of money. What if MJ was a part of it all. Maybe he was forced to do it to secure his childrens future. Maybe it wasnt gonna be a tour. Maybe the movie was the plan from the beginning. I mean MJ and AEG must have known from the beginning that MJ couldn't do a big tour.

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  8. On MJs birthday, Taaj Malik tweeted that Randy Jackson would be at Forest Lawn at 6pm. She had this on her twitter a few minutes BEFORE Randy tweeted his announcement he would go.
    Further proof that Taaj Malik is working as a PA to Randy Jackson.
    My mind spins.....
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    And to anonymous above.... i hear you. Its all so confusing, but i want the truth. No matter how "harmful" or upsetting... i cannot rest until i have the truth as its driving me crazy too.

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  9. Line said - "Bonnie, you already achieved a lot for the search of the truth for Michael & I do hope that God also helps you finding the solutions you need these days to facilitate your life."

    ........... Thank you Line. I think my life has already been facilitated. I'm just trying to figure out what that means, LOL!
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    @Anonymous - Well, I'm listening to it but I can't make out what he's saying. Hearing Michael inhaling backwards is kind of sticking in my head right now, LOL (pretty disturbing)

    I don't listen to anybody "coast to coast". Is there a link to an interview somewhere? Maybe he can clue me in on what I'm supposed to be listening for. It sounds like parts of it he's saying something "is no good". It also sounds toward the end like a heart machine and heart beats. Pretty freaky.

    Christian Van Lahr is a quack. Another "New Age" guru. This is why I don't listen to this garbage. Everyone who's never met the man makes up everything from strange diseases to "I talked to him from the grave". I think it's save to say that nobody called Van Lahr about saving Michael's life. Geeze.

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  10. @Anonymous -

    Here . . . nobody else believes it either:

    http://www.coastgab.com/index.php?topic=1495.0

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  11. Here you go annonomous -

    "Well thanks to Ev I was able to hear it. ;D

    I just want to say that this guy wasn't the worst channeler I've heard, but he wasn't very good either. At times I could find it somewhat believable, and other times he made me guffaw. Enh, 50/50.

    But actually, what really got to me about the show was how seriously pressing Ian was about pointing out that Michael Jackson was a pedophile, as if it were a proven fact. I mean, I agree, sure..paying off those people was stupid if he was innocent. But like..isn't it a bit unprofessional for a major radio host to call a man a pedophile directly after his death when he was never actually convicted of it? I dunno, I just thought it wasn't very tasteful. Speculation is fine, but he stated it as it were a scientifically proven fact. "

    it's on that link from above: http://www.coastgab.com/index.php?topic=1495.0

    I wouldn't listen to him anymore if I were you.

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  12. Monika said - "On MJs birthday, Taaj Malik tweeted that Randy Jackson would be at Forest Lawn at 6pm. She had this on her twitter a few minutes BEFORE Randy tweeted his announcement he would go.
    Further proof that Taaj Malik is working as a PA to Randy Jackson.
    My mind spins....."

    ........... Here we go:

    Are anonymous and Monika a tag-team? Just asking . . . but in reference to your comment about Randy - If Taaj Malik was working as a P.A. to Randy, why would Randy ALSO need to make an announcement?

    Why would Randy hire someone who cursed him out and called him a drug addict on twitter?

    Why would Randy continue to work with someone who stole his car keys?

    The world may never know.

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  13. No, Im not a tag team. Im myself and am with no-one else. Just thought its worth pointing out thats all.

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  14. How would Taaj know BEFORE Randy announced it that he was going to Forest Lawn at 6pm? I cant think of any other explanation.

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  15. Oh my God Bonnie Lauren Schwartz’s letter you posted really touched my heart and chilled run in my entire body and I feel like I want to cry. What a powerful statement she quote from what Michael said in 1987. "I was sent forth for the world, for the children. But have mercy, for I've been bleeding a long time now." This is my first time hearing this.

    She said, “There was such an innocence and purity about him that stunned me, and made me want to be the same.” This what every one of his fans should aspire, really. What is the purpose of being his fan if it is not for this? I do not want to be his fan if I am not on the path he traveled. I am so happy I am his fan who try my best to follow his footsteps every possible way I can. Even if we fail from time to time, we should try to get up with him by our side to go back to the path as he did, with Love.

    Bonnie, thank you so much for posting the letter. I hope it means a lot to your reader as
    it did to me.

    Mimi

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  16. Bonnie.
    I really am surprised you have chosen not to publish my follow up comments.
    If you want your readers to believe there is some kind of "tag team" and conspiracy in your comments section then so be it. All you have to do is check the IP addresses and you see i act alone. I was merely giving information as, like you... i investigate this every day.
    I really do like you and admire your work. Ive been following you from the beginning. Like you, ive been searching for answers since June 2009.
    I now am left with a feeling i shouldnt comment and contribute again. I feel i am not welcome.
    I dislike Taaj as much as the next person. This is why i am aghast at the evidence i find that she is working for Randy... or at least "in the know". She did tweet it before Randy and so therefore she knew before any of the ordinary fans. Suggests she is on the inside.

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  17. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bNWeRLasW0I&feature=autoplay&list=ULw6K5VwVA1Uc&lf=mfu_in_order&playnext=2

    Have you seen this yet Bonnie?

    What do you think of it?

    Karen x

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  18. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TlLsTHvk3XA&feature=player_embedded

    Randy at Forest Lawn

    Is that Taaj person on this video Bonnie? I don't know what she looks like.

    Karen x

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  19. Hey Bonnie. Thank you for taking the time to listening to it and tell me what you think of it. Like MJ said on the Oprah show " If you hear lies often enough you start to believe it". You get brainwashed by all the lies and you can't think straight. All these lies makes me so angry. Who gave all these people the right to lie to the public. And how can they live with themselves after telling all this lies. Its very serious to go out on the radio and claim that MJ had this and that disease if it isn't true. Why dont they sue him for it.

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  20. Hey Bonnie. A link to the backmasked "Another day song" with text. http://m.youtube.com/?dc=organic&source=mog#/watch?v=ybNWmsoE-MO

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  21. HELP!!!! My family had me on the phone all day and I can't catch up! (not answering tomorrow! hear me?)

    @Monika - "No, Im not a tag team. Im myself and am with no-one else. Just thought its worth pointing out thats all. "

    .......... Sorry Monika, I do get a lot of that and they are usually in pairs. On Taaj and Randy - who knows. I'm sure Taaj is not the only one that has stalked and tried to infiltrate that family. I know from HISTORY that Taaj flamed Randy on Twitter and that Randy reportedly blocked her because of it. I also know the Jackson's have been on this blog not to mention twitter and know what is going on. So if after ALL THAT Randy hired that maniac, then neither one of them have a brain cell to rub together thinking one or the other is trustworthy OR . . . . Something else is afloat that we just don't know. Pull hair out? I'm not. I still know the bad guys are not going to win. I could have saved myself a whole lot of grey hair remembering that from the beginning :o)

    As far as not publishing your comments, you see that I did. Like I said above, I had PERSISTENT family members today and I have probably spent a solid 4 hours on the phone today and couldn't get back to attend to the blog in a timely manner.

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  22. Mimi said - "“There was such an innocence and purity about him that stunned me, and made me want to be the same.”

    ....... Yes, yes and all the rest of her article too! Not one part of that did I disagree with. I felt so much that she spoke for all of our experiences in just the way we felt it, I HAD to publish it!

    Mimi, just knowing him makes me happy. I have learned so much because of him but the most important? That I had the capacity to love like that and FEEL it. To know the blessing of offering and giving that love to someone I did not even know, feeling God in that way, Mimi, I am so blessed. It makes me cry just thinking about it, that day. I never want to forget or let go of that feeling.
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    Karen said - "What do you think of it?"

    ......... OhmyGod . . . Please don't ask me that. David Guest? Don't ask me that. I have nothing nice to say about that man.
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    Karen - I did not see Taaj Malik in any of those shots I have pictures of her on other parts of this blog. She is 50 (something) years old and has long black hair and she is Middle Eastern. She has a heavier body build kind of like mine recently, which I really HATE so we will get off that subject, LOL!
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    Anonymous said - "And how can they live with themselves after telling all this lies. Its very serious to go out on the radio and claim that MJ had this and that disease if it isn't true. Why dont they sue him for it. "

    .......... I think what will happen to these people out of sheer consequences will be a lot worse that loosing a few bucks in a lawsuit. Poetic Justice is more Michael's style I believe.
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    Anonymous, I'm sorry that link didn't work for me for the backmasking. :o(

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  23. Bonnie said

    ......... OhmyGod . . . Please don't ask me that. David Guest? Don't ask me that. I have nothing nice to say about that man.


    You have me curious now! I don't know anything about David Guest except for when he was on 'I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here' in which he came across as hilarious and really quite a nice guy.

    As I'm from the UK that's about all I know except the wedding to Liza Minelli....

    Did he do something bad to Michael? I thought they were good friends?

    Karen x

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  24. Bonnie said: "Sound familiar?


    “This is it . . . here I stand . . . I’m the light of the world, I feel grand . . .”

    My comment is going to be a little off topic but when I read this blog and the words "this is it" I just had to comment.

    Ever since I heard that Michael's O2 concerts were named "This is it" I've wondered how he came up with that name. Also the song "This is it", I had read he was planning on releasing it on an album that had been planned in conjunction with the O2 concerts.

    The other day I started re-reading his autobiography Moonwalk and I don't know why I didn't see it when I read it the first time, right after his death, but right there on page 133 is the phrase "this is it". I'm going to give you the entire quote but I'll first give you the context. He's talking about doing The Wiz, doing movies, acting. Now the quote "...I was bitten by the acting bug during that experience. I said to myself THIS is what I'm interested in doing when I have a chance---this is it. When you make a film, you're capturing something elusive and you're stopping time. The people, their performances, the story become a thing that can be shared by people all over the world for generations and generations."

    So now my mind is racing... He used that same phrase years ago, relating to acting and movies, the O2 rehearsals were taped and made into a movie, some of his "dancers" were actually actors, some of the pics used for the memorial and the program were from a video...short film? ;)...relating to making a movie, Omer Bhatti's video "Life is a Movie", dedicated to MJ...

    What's going on Michael??

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  25. Also, I had to comment on Lauren Schwartz's article. Change the sequence a little and it could be my story as well. She said it perfectly, "but if ever I have wondered what Jesus was like when He walked the earth, Michael Jackson's life was a remarkable portrayal. It is as if his whole life was put on display before the world to give us a modern reflection of who Jesus is." I have felt this exact way for some time now. Thank you Lauren for expressing it so eloquently.

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  26. i really am my own person. lol Dont know what else to say. I always post as Monika and no-one else. I will continue to use Monika as my name.
    Im sure you do get it a lot... dont know what else to say to you. *shrugs*
    Keep up the good work.

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