posted on Feb, 20 2004 @ 05:37 PM
It seems from a fan who has some sense, and does not act unfair towards those who are different. Though the fan certainly lacks a lot of tact, and
perhaps is a bit unbalanced, some of the points are relevant, such as Michael did have a skin condition. You can see that it was a change overtime,
he slowly lost all the pigmentation in his skin from the disease. He was not pleased about this, you can see in some of the earlier videos as he was
losing it he tried to use makeup to look more natural. Were it an operation to make himself white, it would have happened in one stroke. Besides, an
operation to do this would be extremely dangerous from my research, and probably not even doable without unecessary risks, especially if it is a
bodily operation. It would kill a person.
This does not make him ugly, only different, and not bad either. You cannot help having a disease, and as he says..."You'll always be my brother,
it don't matter if your black or white!" Just so you are not confused this song was made when he the affects of the disease began to take shape,
almost fully, and is meant to teach a lesson, that you should love your friends, care for your children, and your family, or whoever, regardless of if
they have changed or are different from you.
I am too tired to argue about the pedophile issue anymore with you, have your own opinion, I personally believe he is innocent, but you can think he
is guilty yourself if you wish. Though it seems you think so for the wrong reasons, like you think a person is guilty since in your eyes they are a
'freak', this is not a very neutral view, but perhaps I should not expect much.
Of course you upset me with a lot of the things you said, but I try not to get too involved in a forum. Those pictures you posted were a prime
example of the cruelty Michael has always faces from the tabloids.
As for the incident with blanket, in his documentary he apologized for this, he said he just got excited. He also explained there was no way he would
have dropped the child, as he had a death grip. He was only trying to show his fans the baby, as they were calling to see it at the time, he did have
a firm hold though, I mean I watch modern parents today to worse. Right at the mall I see fathers tossing their child up and then catching them, as
if it is a ball, they are much more at risk of dropping the child on the concrete flooring, and frankly the child would be dead. Michael at least was
not tossing it around, but had a firm hold on the baby.
He loves his child with all his heart, he cares for it, feeds it, soothes it, and does many things most fathers would just wave their hands and shove
it to the mother for. He has great dedication to his children, and they are the world to him, as are all children.
[Edited on 20-2-2004 by QuestForSafety]