Why Make His death so notorious?

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Offline 123mac123

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Why Make His death so notorious?

  • on: December 30, 2009, 07:04:14 PM
If this was years in the planning, then Why make is so notorious, I mean his "death" went through so many stages, the transferring of the body, the complication of dealing with homicide, and other various medical documents, why not just say that he died of some other accidental cause, instead of leaving such a huge gap of error in which we were able to catch onto.
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Re: Why Make His death so notorious?

  • on: December 30, 2009, 07:22:13 PM
Maybe, because it would be hard to report about it every day, if it had been a "regular" death?
This way there are always new stories, that keep the people interested!
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Re: Why Make His death so notorious?

  • on: December 30, 2009, 07:28:10 PM
Nice thing to put on a headstone "I died because it was interesting"...???  :roll:  :lol:

But, I understand what you are saying 123mac123
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Re: Why Make His death so notorious?

  • on: December 30, 2009, 07:31:49 PM
To generate interest and money of course
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Re: Why Make His death so notorious?

  • on: December 30, 2009, 07:33:10 PM
I understand what you are saying and i have also questioned that.

Why involve homocide.. why not just say he died of natural causes.. like a heart attack brought about by natural means, not drugs and a shady doctor.

Or just say he had an accident and fell down the stairs or something.

The answer is.. i just dont know.   :?
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Re: Why Make His death so notorious?

  • on: December 30, 2009, 07:40:40 PM
Quote from: "icebluestarlight"
To generate interest and money of course

Yep, I agree. Look at what TII, the memorabilia, the huge press covers, interviews etc. dragged in dollarwise... he has become (again) a huge money making machine....
I wish I would just have seen his performance at the O2 (had tickets) and that would have been that. I'm not sure I like the image of him that has been emerging.... sincerely wish I could just have stayed being a fan instead of an 'investigator'... :?
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Re: Why Make His death so notorious?

  • on: December 30, 2009, 07:50:26 PM
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I understand what you are saying and i have also questioned that.

Why involve homocide.. why not just say he died of natural causes.. like a heart attack brought about by natural means, not drugs and a shady doctor.

Or just say he had an accident and fell down the stairs or something.

The answer is.. i just dont know.   :?

Oh my god... could you imagine that... somehow the fall scenario seems so much worse to me  :shock:  euugh.... i cant even imagine that on the news...that actually scares me.
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Re: Why Make His death so notorious?

  • on: December 30, 2009, 08:04:03 PM
to see how gullible people are? and to make people realize they shouldn't believe everything they read?
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Re: Why Make His death so notorious?

  • on: December 30, 2009, 09:11:02 PM
Just because you read it in a magazine or see it on a t.v. screen don't make it factual, actual - they're so damn disrespectable.
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Re: Why Make His death so notorious?

  • on: December 30, 2009, 10:19:39 PM
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Nice thing to put on a headstone "I died because it was interesting"...???  :roll:  :lol:

 :lol:  :lol:  :lol:


Maybe he thought it would be more "realistic" to people if it was "sensational?"

I mean comeon, this is Michael Jackson!!! <--- Imagine it written all sparkley cuz I don't know how to do that.  ;)

He can't "die" from a fall down the stairs or choking on some KFC.
It has to be a whodunit mystery.

Or he could just fly away....
 :D
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Re: Why Make His death so notorious?

  • on: December 31, 2009, 06:55:02 AM
Right, it just has to be an adventure ...
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Re: Why Make His death so notorious?

  • on: December 31, 2009, 09:32:18 AM
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Nice thing to put on a headstone "I died because it was interesting"...???  :roll:  :lol:

 :lol:  :lol:  :lol:


Maybe he thought it would be more "realistic" to people if it was "sensational?"

I mean comeon, this is Michael Jackson!!! <--- Imagine it written all sparkley cuz I don't know how to do that.  ;)

He can't "die" from a fall down the stairs or choking on some KFC.
It has to be a whodunit mystery.

Or he could just fly away....
 :D

You're very funny and right. He's Michael F*** Jackson and he planned his death to be just another part of the show, spectacular as everything that is around him.
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Re: Why Make His death so notorious?

  • on: December 31, 2009, 10:47:47 AM
It´s a very simple response.
If he died of natural causes or in a accident people would see his death just as a normal and circunstancial fact.
But as a murdering people was chocked!
This was the general thought: "How this poor and and angelical guy could suffer so much !He became an addict because we left him alone!!!! and the most amazing part of all: " We abandomend him, so now we have to compensate it and support him and the kids buying his CDs and make a lot of tributes to him... let´s spread his words of peace, ecology ...etc,etc

Now, if he died of natural causes... Lets just take a realistic view from what people would say:
"Wow, what a pity.. MJ has died... well he was so sick, he was weird... now he is dead... finaly"

Did you get it?

Haters would win in arguments... he would be seing just as a weird man who has died ... and world would go on and his death would be forgoten .
But with the propofol thing he became the victim of everybody, now nobody has courage to say a word against him!
It is genial!

I really love his inteligence and dark sense of humor :mrgreen:
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Re: Why Make His death so notorious?

  • on: December 31, 2009, 11:02:06 AM
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Right, it just has to be an adventure ...

In Peter Pan, it is said that "To die would be a great adventure"  ;)
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Re: Why Make His death so notorious?

  • on: December 31, 2009, 11:10:49 AM
This is only one of the reason why I don’t believe in the non-comeback theory, either this all happened for a reason and he will comeback and the truth will prevail. Or the worst that this truly happened and he did die on the 25 Th of June, but there is a massive cover up.
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Re: Why Make His death so notorious?

  • on: December 31, 2009, 12:41:16 PM
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To generate interest and money of course

Yep, I agree. Look at what TII, the memorabilia, the huge press covers, interviews etc. dragged in dollarwise... he has become (again) a huge money making machine....
I wish I would just have seen his performance at the O2 (had tickets) and that would have been that. I'm not sure I like the image of him that has been emerging.... sincerely wish I could just have stayed being a fan instead of an 'investigator'... :?

I agree with both of you. He wanted to secure his children's future and make money. Has anyone noticed that the media stopped focusing on Michael owing millions of dollars in debt over months ago. TII alone raked in millions of dollars and I am all too certain more will be come in once the DVD is released. I am sure his family is taking the opportunity to make money from him as well. MJ was nothing more than a cash cow with them. I just hope that his children gets the wealth they deserve rather than his mooching family members. Keep the Faith!
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Re: Why Make His death so notorious?

  • on: December 31, 2009, 12:49:45 PM
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To generate interest and money of course

Yep, I agree. Look at what TII, the memorabilia, the huge press covers, interviews etc. dragged in dollarwise... he has become (again) a huge money making machine....
I wish I would just have seen his performance at the O2 (had tickets) and that would have been that. I'm not sure I like the image of him that has been emerging.... sincerely wish I could just have stayed being a fan instead of an 'investigator'... :?

I agree with both of you. He wanted to secure his children's future and make money. Has anyone noticed that the media stopped focusing on Michael owing millions of dollars in debt over months ago. TII alone raked in millions of dollars and I am all too certain more will be come in once the DVD is released. I am sure his family is taking the opportunity to make money from him as well. MJ was nothing more than a cash cow with them. I just hope that his children gets the wealth they deserve rather than his mooching family members. Keep the Faith!


I agree, but i also think that the media did a good job of just taking the story and pieces of it and running with it!! I mean i think they over sensationalised his death as well not just mjs doing, but he is doing it for the greater good of everyone. :)
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Re: Why Make His death so notorious?

  • on: December 31, 2009, 01:17:24 PM
Quote from: "Alem (Thetruth)"
This is only one of the reason why I don’t believe in the non-comeback theory, either this all happened for a reason and he will comeback and the truth will prevail. Or the worst that this truly happened and he did die on the 25 Th of June, but there is a massive cover up.
You wrote exactly what I was trying to write, but I wasn't finding the right words! Thank you for that! :)
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Re: Why Make His death so notorious?

  • on: December 31, 2009, 03:36:11 PM
Yeah... and what about Jermaine saying on the red carpet"This is it, but ummmm it's really not it.... this is not the final curtain call..no" Or....ummmmm was he talking about their little reality show? Notice I said little reality show. :oops: But then again.... the final curtain call does not relate to the Jacksons ... aw hell I am babbling guys sorry :oops:
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Re: Why Make His death so notorious?

  • on: December 31, 2009, 03:43:51 PM
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Quote from: "icebluestarlight"
To generate interest and money of course

Yep, I agree. Look at what TII, the memorabilia, the huge press covers, interviews etc. dragged in dollarwise... he has become (again) a huge money making machine....
I wish I would just have seen his performance at the O2 (had tickets) and that would have been that. I'm not sure I like the image of him that has been emerging.... sincerely wish I could just have stayed being a fan instead of an 'investigator'... :?

I couldn't agree more with the bolded part. It still kills me to this day that I didn't get to see him and let him know how much he means to me  :(  I was supposed to go as well...
That's why I sincerely hope this is a hoax and he is still okay somewhere.
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