By Atom Bergstrom
Michael Jackson fans hate Santa Barbara County.
A classic example of Fake News is what the tabloids did to Michael Jackson, the King of Pop.
Hollywood couldn’t tolerate a Black man who owned half the music industry.
Santa Barbara is Hollywood North (Google it!), and law enforcement is owned lock, stock, and gun barrel by So-Cal’s Axis of Evil.
Michael Jackson was humiliated, his genitals were photographed, he was bruised, his shoulder was dislocated, and he was locked in a feces-covered bathroom.
He was innocent. He was framed.
According to Donald Trump …
“Michael would spend a lot of time with my kids. I have beautiful kids, and, at the time, like at Mar-a-Lago, and even at Trump Tower — the kids were very young — Michael would come, play with the kids. He just loved children.
“He was NOT a child molester, and I am certain of that. He loved children.
“He’d play with my son Eric and my son Donald, and he’d just play with them forever. He loved children, but he was NOT a child molester, and just a great guy.
“He’s had a really difficult last ten years. He’s been living in Hell.”
Michael Jackson was nicknamed “Wacko Jacko” when the liberal press let us see their “inner racist.”
Jacko Monkeys were popular toys in Great Britain.
“They desire our blood, not our pain,” the King of Pop wrote in 1987.
Now his daughter, Paris Jackson, is being called “Wacko Jacko 2.0.”
According to James Baldwin …
“The Michael Jackson cacophony is fascinating in that it is not about Jackson at all. I hope he has the good sense to know it and the good fortune to snatch his life out of the jaws of a carnivorous success. He will not swiftly be forgiven for having turned so many tables, for he damn sure grabbed the brass ring, and the man who broke the bank at Monte Carlo has nothing on Michael.”
Don’t miss the 5 hour, 15 minute, and 10 second documentary, “Loving Neverland,” produced by Nandita Raghav and Deboleena Aich.
It’s the antidote to the malicious lies of “Leaving Neverland.”
In December, 2020, a former friend of Jackson, billionaire Ron Burkle (The Yucaipa Companies, LLC), bought Neverland for a song — $22 million — from billionaire Tom Barrack (Colony Capital, Inc.).
The asking price in May 2015 was $100 million.