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Michael's Reasons to hoax his death / Re: New Jesus - mark my words
« on: April 20, 2011, 11:21:26 AM »
Quote from: "angranity"
Quote from: "Gema"
The symbolism of numbers have a meaning depending which cultural backround one have as well as filosophy, religion views and many other historical factors.

MJ is not "the new coming Christ", and nobody will be. The word Christ=MJ should be taken as a metaphor as the story went for Jesus.

When and if MJ comes back, people would look for common explanations as MJ faked death to save career, MJ faked death to save life, MJ faked death to show how numb society can be and a long etc but the least scenario is people telling the world that MJ is the new Jesus. In that case, the new religion would be called "Jacksonism" and even tho MJ has followers the impact worldwide would never be as huge as christianism for over 2000 years  ;) (or may be...who knows...i´ll not be alive to confirm it).

Who are the "illuminati with tomati" anyway?
Jackonism, haha! :lol:

Michael Jackson is a long-time entertainer & singer. He isn't the messiah, he isn't the christ. Definitely not the New Jesus. He is just like anybody else (and that's what he has been telling us). "We unite as one", - "we are the world". Well there's one different thing he has done! He possibly pulled the largest and greatest prank on us all (his death hoax). :lol:

But seriously guys. MJ loves the world and he hates the media. How could this point out to being an anti-christ? He has always been like this, it's not like the Illuminati hired him.. c'mon. :lol: Unless he lied, which I doubt. Why would he have started lying since he were born? I don't think anyone knew him (except his family) when he were born.

I'm with you.

TMZ Articles / Re: Lindsay Lohan -- I Trust MJ's Bodyguard
« on: April 10, 2011, 05:49:18 AM »
Working for a celebrity has benefits whether you get paid or not. Maybe he wants fame? IDK...

TMZ Articles / Re: Oprah Winfrey -- The Day My Show Will End FOREVER
« on: April 06, 2011, 11:48:14 AM »
Quote from: "alovesmichael"
what kind of comeback would Elvis be doing at 76? would he just sit down with Oprah and say, hey I've pretended to be dead for more than 30 years but I just wanted to let you know I'm alive..?

or what did u have in mind?

Agreed.  :|

This popped to my mind for some reason:

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Jackson attacks music piracy bill

Michael Jackson said piracy was wrong
Pop superstar Michael Jackson has attacked a proposed bill in the US which would jail people who exchange pirated music online.

Two Democrats, John Conyers and Howard Berman, have proposed legislation which would make file swapping of pirated music and software a crime.

The Authors, Consumer and Computer Owners Protection and Security Act of 2003 - known as the Accops Act - carries penalties of up to five years in prison and a $250,000 fine for uploading a copyrighted file to a peer-to-peer (P2P) network.

"I am speechless about the idea of putting music fans in jail for downloading music," Jackson said in a statement.


"It is wrong to illegally download, but the answer cannot be jail," he added.

Hundreds of individuals are being targeted for copyright violation
The record industry, backed by the US government, is stepping up its fight against those who pirate music online.

The Recording Industry Association of America is suing users who pirate music online, threatening them with heavy fines.

The crackdown comes as a new legitimate online music site launches in the US on Tuesday, offering what it says is the cheapest per-song rates yet.

The legitimate online music market is beginning to grow with a number of services offering music downloads.

Full album

But users are still often limited by the size of the music catalogue available and restriction on the use of the songs once they have been downloaded. will offer a catalogue of more than 300,000 songs from the big five major record labels at a cost of 70 cents per song or a full album for $7.95.

But the service comes with restrictions and not all songs can be copied freely on to CDs, other computers or portable devices such as MP3 players.

Apple launched a similar service for users of its computers in the US two months ago and has sold more than five million songs in that time.

The computer firm charges 99 cents per song but users have more freedom over what they can do with their downloaded songs.

The differences between Apple's iTunes service and are symptomatic of the online music situation.


Record labels are still grappling with the internet as a legitimate means of distribution and have not defined uniform licensing rights for all songs and artists.

BuyMusic founder Scott Blum called Apple's chief executive Steve Jobs a "visionary".

"But he's on the wrong platform," he added.

Apple users make up about 3% of the computer market, while BuyMusic is targeting the 97% of people with PCs.

The music industry is trying to compete with file sharing services such as Kazaa and which allow users to download pirated copies of songs.

- 2003

Frank Dileo / Re: Frank DiLeo hospitalized
« on: April 06, 2011, 07:26:28 AM »
Quote from: "ignisaeternus"
I'm not saying it was not a message- but: I have an iPhone and it has autocorrect. If I type Frank and forget to capitalize and in addition accidentally hit a neighboring key (which happens all the time with the virtual keyboard) - it is possible that Frank gets changed to freak. Texting, tweeting, etc all the time- I know those autocorrect errors are only too common. There's even a website about it.
Just keeping it real...

I didn't think of that, but that could also be possible.

Frank Dileo / Re: Frank DiLeo hospitalized
« on: April 05, 2011, 12:17:06 PM »
Quote from: "suspicious mind"
Quote from: "Sanity"
I find it a bit strange that there are only a few media sources that have reported it. We get all of our info from family member's twitters, but it seems there are controversies in their stories.

maybe it is time for some of our braver hoaxer to call the hospital and see if he is really there :lol:


Hm. "Had sort of passed away" and "reason for it" caught my attention. It's like saying, a REASON to "die."

Frank Dileo / Re: Frank DiLeo hospitalized
« on: April 05, 2011, 08:26:48 AM »
I find it a bit strange that there are only a few media sources that have reported it. We get all of our info from family member's twitters, but it seems there are controversies in their stories.

Frank Dileo / Re: Frank DiLeo hospitalized
« on: April 05, 2011, 08:16:13 AM »
That's very thoughtless. However, there must be more behind it than we know. I'm very fascinated as to why such a remark.

MJDHI Announcements / Re: Guest forum closed
« on: April 05, 2011, 08:13:21 AM »
Thank you!

Whether it was Murray or even MJ himself who administered the fatal dose, the doctor has done wrong. He left his patient alone under the influence of a dangerous drug that he wasn't even supposed to use in a home setting!

I still keep wondering what happened to those tapes.

General Hoax Talk / Re: Come and Join a new MJ Forum
« on: April 04, 2011, 07:03:21 AM »
Quote from: "GINAFELICIA"
Quote from: "EternalMJLover"
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I have one question: are hoax discussions allowed on that forum?

I don't think so. I'm a moderator there, I wouldn't allow debates or discussions about that subject. I hope it's clear as to why.

Frank Dileo / Re: Frank DiLeo hospitalized
« on: April 03, 2011, 05:02:31 AM »
Quote from: "~Souza~"
Quote from: "PureLove"
Quote from: "Miss.Peppers"
Quote from: "~Souza~"
I really hope he will be okay, but if Frank dies, he would be the second person in Mike's life to die in a very short time. :?

Third if you count Peter Lopez.    :?

Fourth if we count Evan Chandler.  :?  I hope he gets better soon. He is in my prayers.

I don't believe Chandler is dead. That man has no conscience. Why would he kill himself after 15 years when MJ dies? Doesn't make sense to me at all. I think he is in the WPP in exchange of information on the ones that emplyed him back in '93 to take down Mike. Chandler only cares about himself and money, no way he killed himself. And on November 5th? I don't buy that, and the fact that he was found 12 days later tells me that they had 12 days to get him out of the country with a new identity, before reporting on his death. Because i think those behind the accusations are really doubting this death as well.

When Jermaine said that Chandler's death proved Michael's innocence, I think he meant it in that way. Chandler being in the WPP because he gave info on the masterminds behind the 1993 accusations, is proof that Michael is innocent.


So you're saying Evan is alive?

I don't think he killed himself because of Michael's death... That guy was mentally unstable, he was suffering from bipolar disorder. It has been claimed that Evan refused to take his meds. I think that the news reports of Jordan's confessions threw him over the edge. His own son had refused to play along after all these years and he'd been exposed.

Quote from: "hesouttamylife"
I’m glad you enjoyed yourself.  I have some apprehension about seeing MJ Impersonators that look and act too much like Michael :?   I don’t know but it makes me feel like the Michael brand is being erased and replaced by pod people. :shock:  I don’t like it.  Not saying it’s a bad thing, and that anyone who enjoys this is wrong.  Do your thing by all means.  I am saying only that I have some misgivings about them. And this one scares me.  He appears to be spot on and he also is following in visiting children.  Hopefully that turns out to be positive.  But just because one looks and imitates Michael’s art doesn’t necessarily mean that his heart is in the same place. I hope he’s being sincere. :?  But I’m old school.  I have a hard time changing my stripes.


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