The Untold Story of Michael Jackson
By Victor Thorn
DELIBERATELY IGNORED by the mainstream media, in its endless tributes to a transvestite and accused pedophile, is the fact that Michael Jackson was anti-Jewish. His burning distaste for Jews has been on the record for years. Consider the lyrics to his 1995 song, They Don’t Care About Us: “Beat me / hate me /You can never break me /Will me / thrill me / you can never kill me / Jew me, sue me / Everybody do me / Kick me, kike me / Don’t you black or white me.”
ABC’s Good Morning America played a recorded voice message to his former manager, Marc Schaffel, on Nov. 22, 2005. Complaining about media manipulation, Jackson snarled, “They suck—they’re like leeches. I’m so tired of it. I start out the most popular person in the world, make a lot of money, cars, and everything, and end up penniless. It’s a conspiracy. The Jews do it on purpose.”
Did Jackson harbor feelings of resentment against those who run this country’s banks and generated reams of negative publicity against him in the press? ADL Director Abraham Foxman felt so. In November 2005 he
responded, “Michael Jackson has an anti-Semitic streak. It seems every time he has a problem in his life, he blames it on Jews. It’s sad that Jackson is infected with classically stereotypical ideas of Jews as all-powerful, money-grubbing and manipulative.”
The ADL also officially branded Jackson anti-Semitic. If Jackson’s treatment was the result of a “Jewish media vendetta,” then did his brother Jeremiah, who joined the Nation of Islam in 1989, urge Michael to follow in his footsteps? On Dec. 18, 2003, the New York Post reported, “Michael Jackson has become a member of the black group Nation of Islam.”
Similarly, on Feb. 24, 2007, the San Francisco Chronicle followed up: “Pop superstar Michael Jackson has confirmed his conversion to Islam, according to reports in the Middle East. The Arab-Israeli newspaper Panorama claims Jackson has announced the move and revealed plans to move to Bahrain.”
After being hounded by attorneys, creditors, and critics, longtime former nanny Grace Rwaramba felt this move did not serve Jackson’s best interests, as Nation of Islam security men and handlers began ripping him off on a large scale. She cites two examples where they vastly overcharged him on rental properties, and pilfered substantial amounts of money from a personal appearance in Japan.
Much of this activity can be attributed to Leonard Muhammad, son-in-law of Louis Farrakhan (the man erroneously accused of calling Judaism a “gutter religion”).
Roger Friedman of Fox News explained on Jan. 14, 2004, “Nation of Islam chief of staff Leonard Muhammad is now, for all intents and purposes, running Jackson’s schedule and businesses. He was seated at the head of the table at a summit meeting for Jackson’s lawyers and accountants.”
With Muhammad acting as his manager, Rwaramba stated that the Nation of Islam also exerted great influence on Jackson’s children. This situation created further turmoil with the mother of his children. Friedman continued, “[Debbie] Rowe has complained to friends that she does not want her children, Paris and Prince, exposed to the Nation of Islam. . . . She has told these friends that she is Jewish, and that the children, by birth, are Jewish, too.”
One individual brought in to handle Jackson’s affairs was “official spokesman” Dr. Tohme R. Tohme, a Lebanese businessman claiming to be an “ambassador-at- large for the country of Senegal.” However, two problems arise in regard to his purported credentials. He’s not a licensed doctor, and Senegalese officials say they’d never heard of him.
Tohme and his business partner, James Weller (described as a Nation of Islam strong-arm) created a firestorm when they threatened the lives of two creditors who intended to sell Jackson memorabilia. If they proceeded, Tohme told them, “there will be bloodshed to the auctioneers.” Needless to say, they filed a lawsuit against Jackson.
Another physician—Dr. Conrad Murray—actually lived with Jackson and tried to administer CPR when the singer neared death. His past is also quite shady, as he’s not certified in either internal medicine or cardiology. He filed for bankruptcy in 1992 and has five tax liens. He also saw three judgments totaling over $435,000 filed against his company in 2008.
Dr. Tohme nonetheless manipulated Jackson—with his physical condition deteriorating—into accepting an arduous 50-concert tour promoted by AEG Live.
Ironically, the firm’s owner, Phillip Anschutz, is a Jewish businessman Fortune magazine called in its Sept. 2, 2002 edition, “the greediest executive in America.”
AEG then advanced Michael Jackson $10 million (most of which his middlemen gobbled up), and appointed Conrad Murray as his personal physician. Fueled by eight different drugs—Demerol, Dilaudid, Vicodin, Soma, Xanax, Zoloft, Paxil and Prilosec—the “King of Pop,” Jackson ultimately succumbed to the same tragic fate as the “King of Rock,” Elvis Presley.
On June 27, journalist Ian Halperin wrote in the UK’s Daily Mail, “Michael Jackson was driven by a cabal of bankers, agents, doctors and advisers to commit to the grueling 50 concerts in London’s o2 Arena.”
He then quoted a former employee, who crystallized how each party involved wanted their ounce of flesh from Jackson. “It’s not like he’s in control of his own life anymore. It sounds like somebody else is pulling his strings and telling him what to do. Someone wants him dead. They keep feeding him pills like candy. They’re trying to push him over the edge. He needs serious help. The people around him will kill him.”
Victor Thorn is a hard-hitting researcher, journalist and the author of many books on 9-11 and the New World Order. These include 9-11 Evil: The Israeli Role in 9-11 and Phantom Flight 93.
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