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Introduce yourself / long time...
« on: March 20, 2012, 06:38:00 AM »
hello everyone  ;))  It's been a long time since my last  post... :'(     

I see here alot new people, and  I'm realy happy to see those who didn't gave up after such a long time  respect/    i hope some of you still remember me...   :(

My real name is Rasa, i'm from Lithuania  ;)  i'm almost 19 years old  /woohoo/     I'm in 12 grade, and preparing for exams ;)  (realy scared of english exam  afraid/ )

Just like you  guys I love  michael and I STILL BELIEVE  :!:

so I hope it's not too late for me to come back to this forum  ;))   

peace and L.O.V.E   :!:

Michael Jackson News / Japan earthquake
« on: March 11, 2011, 05:34:34 AM »
Dozens of people reported killed after 8.9-magnitude quake strikes off northeastern coast, sparking tsunami.

At least 29 people are reported to have been killed after one of the strongest earthquakes ever recorded struck Japan, triggering a 10-metre-high tsunami along parts of the country's northeastern coastline.

The massive 8.9-magnitude earthquake struck Japan on Friday, sweeping away cars, boats, homes and people as widespread fires burned out of control.

Japan's NHK television reported many injuries and showed pictures of major tsunami damage in the north, with buildings being inundated by waves of water in Onahama city in Fukushima prefecture.

Police and authorities said 29 people had been confirmed dead in the aftermath of the quake and tsunami, though some news agencies put the number of dead as high as 32.

The death toll included three people who were reportedly crushed to death when their houses collapsed in Ibaraki prefecture, northeast of the capital, Tokyo.

News of the deaths came amid a warning that another strong quake could be imminent on the northeast Honshu island, Japan's main island.

Prime minister's address

Japan's prime minister addressed the nation after the quake, saying major damage had been done but that help is on the way.

In a televised address on Friday, Naoto Kan said the government was making "every effort possible" to minimise damage.

"The earthquake has caused major damage in broad areas in northern Japan," he said. "Some of the nuclear power plants in the region have automatically shut down, but there is no leakage of radioactive materials to the environment."

His words came amid the issuing of a tsunami warning for much of the Pacific region, following a wave set off by the Japan quake that is currently higher than some Pacific islands, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies said.

"Our biggest concern is the Asia and Pacific region, where developing countries are far more vulnerable to this type of
unfolding disaster. The tsunami is a major threat," Paul Conneally, spokesman for the federation, the world's biggest
disaster relief network, told the Reuters news agency in Geneva.

"At the moment, it is higher than some islands and could go right over them," he said.

Houses washed away

Shortly after the quake struck, a 10-metre tsunami hit Sendai airport in the north-east. Television footage showed people standing on the roof of the terminal building.

The tsunami roared over embankments in Sendai city, washing cars, houses and farm equipment inland before reversing directions and carrying them out to sea. Flames shot from some of the houses, probably because of burst gas pipes.
A tsunami warning has been issued for the entire Pacific basin except mainland United States and Canada, the US Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said.

"An earthquake of this size has the potential to generate a destructive tsunami that can strike coastlines near the epicentre within minutes and more distant coastlines within hours," the centre said in a statement.

Among the countries for which a tsunami warning is in effect are: Russia, the Philippines, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Fiji, Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Panama, Honduras, Chile, Ecuador, Colombia and Peru.

Al Jazeera's Step Vaessen, reporting from Indonesia, said a 50cm-1m tsunami was expected to hit parts of the coastline there shortly.

"Lots of people have moved away from the beaches," she said. "They've gone to higher grounds. Shops on the beach are closed but authorities have not ordered a forced evacuation, people have left voluntarily."

Meanwhile our correspondent Marga Ortigas, in the Philippines capital Manila, said the military there had been ordered to help evacuate areas at risk on the east coast.

Taiwanese authorities said minor tsunamis set off by Japan's quake reached the island's coastline without causing any damage.

High alert

Meanwhile, a huge fire engulfed an oil refinery in Iichihara near Tokyo, where four million homes were said to be without electricity. Plumes of smoke rose from at least 10 locations in city.

Military airplanes were flying over the worst-affected areas to assess the need for rescue efforts and 30 international search and rescue teams were prepared to go to Japan to provide assistance following the quake, the United Nations said.

Yukiko Shimahara, a Japanese journalist, told Al Jazeera that the airports and trains in Tokyo have been shut down following the quake.

The quake that struck at 2:46pm was followed by a series of powerful aftershocks, including a 7.4-magnitude one about 30 minutes later.

Al Jazeera's Melissa Chan, reporting from Beijing, said tremors were felt as far away as the Chinese capital.

Several earthquakes have hit the region in recent days, including a 7.2-magnitude quake on Wednesday.

"Japan has been on high alert since the earthquake on Wednesday," Al Jazeera's Harry Fawcett, following developments from the Malaysian capital, Kuala Lumpur, said.

"Japan is very well equipped to deal both with the initial tremors caused by an earthquake: buildings are systematically built with allowances for sway so that they are less likely to fall down. Also coastal cities have long had tsunami protection measures in place."

Friday's quake struck at a depth of 24 kilometres, about 125 kilometres off the eastern coast, the country's meteorological agency said.

The quake's magnitude surpasses the 7.9 Great Kanto quake of 1923, which killed more than 140,000 people in the Tokyo area.

Japan lies on the "Ring of Fire"- an arc of earthquake and volcanic zones that stretches around the Pacific Rim and where about 90 per cent of the world's quakes occur.
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Prince, Paris & Blanket / Happy B-day Blanket
« on: February 21, 2011, 06:52:49 AM »

we LOVE you !!

Random MJ Talk / why they cant find heart?
« on: December 04, 2010, 02:49:24 PM »
hey all :) it's been a long time I heard you guys...  I hope all of you doing great :)  and still keeping a faith..
I missed you all so much..  sadly I dont have much time now to visit this site... :(
but I doing my best  in making this world a better place..  trying very hard to make people see things how they really are...
but I faced with some people and it looks like..... (I'm not sure how to say coz I can hardly talk in english)  like they cant find heart...  and I am soo sad right now because they dont believe people can make a change..  dont know how to make them believe in them selves...  :cry:

also I wanted to share this song with you..
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L.O.V.E you all so much..  and miss you..

Random MJ Talk / sad violin
« on: August 21, 2010, 02:34:41 PM »
I'm having an OFF-DAY...
so I wanted to share this beautiful melody with you guys..
It's sounds very sad but I love this melody..
sometimes I like to just listen, and think about everything : Michael, hoax, you guys, world, about myself about everything...

L.O.V.E you all very much..  
L.O.V.E you Michael.. more and more every day...

Michael Jackson News / Happy anniversary of Elvis Presley's "death"
« on: August 17, 2010, 03:29:04 AM »
            Happy anniversary of Elvis Presley's "death"

I've had many people contact me wondering about Eliza Presley's case and her efforts to prove that she is the daughter of Vernon Presley and half-sister of Elvis Presley.  In doing so, she's also trying to show that Elvis is still alive and she has DNA evidence to prove it.Elvis gravesite

So it seemed appropriate to share an update about her case on August 16th, 2010 ... exactly 33 years after the day that the history books mark as when Elvis died.  Click here to review the first installment of my four-part discussion about Eliza's case and why -- as hard as it was for me to swallow at first -- I believe she's telling the truth and Elvis really is alive.

On August 6, 2010, Eliza's attorney filed a Motion for Default Judgment, asking the Chauncery Court in Tennessee to enter a default judgment on her Complaint to Determine Parentage and Heirship against Lisa Marie Presley and all other surviving or unknown heirs of Vernon Presley.  You can read the Motion for Default here.

Despite the fact that Lisa Marie was legally served and notice was published for all heirs one year ago, no one has come forward to respond to the lawsuit or challenge Eliza's claims in court.  You can read the Complaint that started the lawsuit here.

When Eliza initially filed suit to have Vernon Presley's estate reopened in probate court, her efforts were opposed by an attorney who said he represented various Presley interests, but Eliza won and the estate was reopened.  This is a separate lawsuit, however, and this time no one has even tried to stand against her.

The Judge is scheduled to rule on the Motion by September 10, 2010.  Because no opposition is expected, Eliza's request will likely be granted and an order should be entered legally recognizing her as the heir to Vernon Presley.

But, of course, being legally recognized as an heir and having proof to show the world that the history books should be rewritten are two different things.  Obtaining the court order will only be one more step in Eliza's journey.  But it will certainly be a big step in her quest to prove she's neither lying nor crazy.

So if you're one of the thousands of fans visiting Graceland today to pay tribute to the late Elvis Presley, take lots of pictures.  This may be the last anniversary that you have a reason to visit the gravesite.

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I love the last lines..  :lol:

Michael's Speeches / poems by Michael
« on: August 04, 2010, 03:23:00 AM »
poems from book "dancing the dream" written by Michael Jackson

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Michael Jackson News / Afghan War Diary
« on: July 26, 2010, 11:23:18 AM »
hope it's not posted yet...

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      WikiLeaks 'Afghan War Diary' Provides Ground-Level Account Of Afghanistan War

WASHINGTON — Some 90,000 leaked U.S. military records posted online Sunday amount to a blow-by-blow account of six years of the Afghanistan war, including unreported incidents of Afghan civilian killings as well as covert operations against Taliban figures.

The online whistle-blower WikiLeaks posted the documents on its website Sunday. The New York Times, London's Guardian newspaper and the German weekly Der Spiegel were given early access to the documents.

The Guardian described the collection as, "a devastating portrait of the failing war in Afghanistan."

The White House condemned the document disclosure, saying it "put the lives of Americans and our partners at risk."

The leaked records include detailed descriptions of raids carried out by a secretive U.S. special operations unit called Task Force 373 against what U.S. officials considered high-value insurgent and terrorist targets. Some of the raids resulted in unintended killings of Afghan civilians, according to the documentation.

Among those listed as being killed by the secretive unit was Shah Agha, described by the Guardian as an intelligence officer for an IED cell, who was killed with four other men in June 2009. Another was a Libyan fighter, Abu Laith al-Libi, described in the documents as a senior al-Qaida military commander. Al-Libi was said to be based across the border in Mir Ali, Pakistan, and was running al-Qaida training camps in North Waziristan, a region along the Afghan border where U.S. officials have said numerous senior al-Qaida leaders were believed to be hiding.

The operation against al-Libi, in June 2007, resulted in a death tally that one U.S. military document said include six enemy fighters and seven noncombatants – all children.
The Guardian reported that more than 2,000 senior figures from the Taliban and al-Qaida are on a "kill or capture" list, known as JPEL, the Joint Prioritized Effects List. It was from this list that Task Force 373 selected its targets.

The New York Times said the documents – including classified cables and assessments between military officers and diplomats – also describe U.S. fears that ally Pakistan's intelligence service was actually aiding the Afghan insurgency.

According to the Times, the documents suggest Pakistan "allows representatives of its spy service to meet directly with the Taliban in secret strategy sessions to organize networks of militant groups that fight against American soldiers in Afghanistan, and even hatch plots to assassinate Afghan leaders."

The Guardian, however, interpreted the documents differently, saying they "fail to provide a convincing smoking gun" for complicity between the Pakistan intelligence services and the Taliban.

In a statement released Sunday, White House national security adviser Gen. Jim Jones lauded a deeper partnership between the U.S. and Pakistan, saying, "Counterterrorism cooperation has led to significant blows against al-Qaida's leadership." Still, he called on Pakistan to continue its "strategic shift against insurgent groups."

Pakistan's Ambassador to the U.S. Husain Haqqani said the documents "do not reflect the current on-ground realities." The United States, Afghanistan and Pakistan are "jointly endeavoring to defeat al-Qaida and its Taliban allies militarily and politically," he added.

Der Spiegel, meanwhile, reported that the records show Afghan security officers as helpless victims of Taliban attacks.

The magazine said the documents show a growing threat in the north, where German troops are stationed.

The classified documents are largely what's called "raw intelligence" – reports from junior officers in the field that analysts use to advise policymakers, rather than any high-level government documents that state U.S. government policy.

While the documents provide a glimpse of a world the public rarely sees, the overall picture they portray is already familiar to most Americans. U.S. officials have already publicly denounced Pakistani officials' cooperation with some insurgents, like the Haqqani network in Pakistan's tribal areas.

The success of U.S. special operating forces teams at taking out Taliban targets has been publicly lauded by U.S. military and intelligence officials. And just-resigned Gen. Stanley McChrystal, who was leading the Afghan war effort, made protecting Afghan civilians one of the hallmarks of his command, complaining that too many Afghans had been accidentally killed by Western firepower.

WikiLeaks said the leaked documents "do not generally cover top-secret operations." The site also reported that it had "delayed the release of some 15,000 reports" as part of what it called "a harm minimization process demanded by our source," but said it may release the other documents after further review.

Jones, the White House adviser, took pains to point out that the documents describe a period from January 2004 to December 2009, mostly during the administration of President George W. Bush.

That was before "President Obama announced a new strategy with a substantial increase in resources for Afghanistan, and increased focus on al-Qaida and Taliban safe havens in Pakistan, precisely because of the grave situation that had developed over several years," Jones said.

But Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said, "However illegally these documents came to light, they raise serious questions about the reality of America's policy toward Pakistan and Afghanistan."

A different U.S. official said the Obama administration had already told Pakistani and Afghan officials what to expect from the document release, in order to head off some of the more embarrassing revelations.

Another U.S. official said it may take days to comb through all the documents to see what they mean to the U.S. war effort and determine their potential damage to national security. That official added that the U.S. isn't certain who leaked the documents.

Another official said teams of analysts started examining the documents the moment they were disclosed online.

All three officials spoke on condition of anonymity to comment on the release of classified material.

U.S. government agencies have been bracing for the release of thousands more classified documents since the leak of a classified helicopter cockpit video of a 2007 firefight in Baghdad. That leak was blamed on a U.S. Army intelligence analyst working in Iraq.

Spc. Bradley Manning, 22, of Potomac, Md., was arrested in Iraq and charged earlier this month with multiple counts of mishandling and leaking classified data, after a former hacker turned him in. Manning had bragged to the hacker, Adrian Lamo, that he had downloaded 260,000 classified or sensitive State Department cables and transmitted them by computer to the website

Lamo turned Manning in to U.S. authorities, saying he couldn't live with the thought that those released documents might get someone killed.

Michael Jackson News / Conrad Murray Documentary directed by MJ
« on: July 24, 2010, 07:13:30 AM »
remove if it's already posted...

what do you guys   think of this??
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Untitled Dr. Conrad Murray Documentary
Director: Michael Jackson


Hoax Videos / This Is It (The Outtakes) *NEW SCENES*
« on: July 06, 2010, 09:55:29 AM »
noticed at 2:55..   is it from memorial?  or from rehearsals?  I'm sure we saw it at memorial... those
 symbols have a msg..  :roll:   anyway enjoy..  ;)
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Hoax Videos / CodeOfThriller tribute to The King of Hearts
« on: June 30, 2010, 02:37:23 PM »
Tom made a tribute video for Michael.. enjoy  ;)
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The Memorial / memorial registered on 11-2-2009???
« on: June 25, 2010, 05:52:23 AM »
check  this out!  :shock:    :lol:  :lol:

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Staples Center :: Michael Jackson Public Memorial Service - Registration (created 11-2-2009)   :shock:

Pictures & Videos of Michael / demo- a place without no name!!!!
« on: June 06, 2010, 08:44:23 AM »
Michael in studio recording song- a place without no name!!!


Hoax Videos / CodeOfThriller (PianoGames) video
« on: May 24, 2010, 01:32:19 PM »
new PianoGames account and new video  Part 33

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enjoy!  ;)

Michael Jackson News / MJ sand statue
« on: May 22, 2010, 01:32:22 PM »
Michael Jackson sand statue in Lithuania
height 6 m.
I took photo with my phone so sorry for photo quality..  :lol:

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