I do not give a flying hot ass if you dont like Michael Jackson. All i want you to do is watch damn video and listen to the message, we need to stop
all the racism and hate and love each other! Watch the video and have fun!
We are all brothers and sisters, no matter what color we are!
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I agree 100%. I've seen many threads lately with very racist undertones that have a lot of people showing their true colors. Like
This thread that's about the prevalence of black crime lately. As I've said before:
It's not racist to point out that most of the people committing the crimes are black. However, it is racist to use these events as an excuse to
make blanket statements about black people as a whole (as many of them do). Unfortunately racism has become the popular thing on ats.
1-7-2011 by kaiode1 because: (no reason given)
As is the case with many, if not most artist, they are considered by most people to be somewhat outside the "Norm" with respect to their off stage
behavior. Despite his many flaws, Michael Jackson was a true artist with a message for the world delivered through his music. It's would be a
mistake for anyone to believe that his place in history will be defined solely by his on stage persona or his off stage abnormal behavior. It's his
message that will ultimately define him because the truth contained within them cannot be denied. Here's another good example;
Thanks & Enjoy
P.S. Here's another undeniably positive message for mankind delivered through music by another "true artist" who at times, was considered by many to
be outside the "Norm" with respect to his off stage behavior. Go figure.
By the way, the message contained within this OP will always earn a S&F from me regardless who post it, only wish I could award more than one. I know
that the world is slowly waking up to the realizations contained within the video, I just can't figure out what's taking so long.
I heard a returning veteran being interviewed the other day who said that maybe "we" should just refuse to kill each other. He brought up the point
that, no matter how many weapons were built by the military industrial complexes located around the world, none of them work if "we" refuse to pull
the trigger. Something to think about, if you ask me.
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