posted on Jun, 29 2013 @ 11:42 PM
I have noticed it that even now, well after his death, the controversy that surrounded Michael Jackson for much of his life still continues. However,
in spite of it all, I think many people have had and continue to have an abiding love for the man.
As peculiar as it is, I think Michael Jackson is perhaps the first "accepted" pedophile in history. Sure, he's been in a little trouble for it and
has gotten some grief because of it but, ultimately, I don't think he has ever been truly condemned in the eyes of the world.
When there is a little smoke, it doesn't necessarily mean there is a big fire, but when there is a lot of continuous smoke that goes on and on for
many years, then there is probably something there.
In the latest damning story to break:
Michael Jackson paid $35 million in hush money to at least two dozen young boys he sexually abused over 15
I think people know the truth about Michael Jackson and have known for quite a while, but they're wooed by how loving and caring, gentle and
non-violent that MJ always seemed to be towards children. Therefore, people are compassionate and accepting toward MJ, in spite of it all.
It is surreal to see how people continue to willfully ignore the never ending waves of smoke -- all the allegations and damning evidence -- and be
blindly, stupidly loyal to this man. Even beyond his death, when there is no longer even a point for his legions of fans to try and defend him,
people still don't want to face the music.
Michael Jackson -- the first pedophile to be accepted by society with open arms.