MICHEAL PROJECT: This Time Around

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MICHEAL PROJECT: This Time Around

  • on: April 19, 2010, 06:20:58 PM
A fresh look at the Bashir interview.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zObRzJKLdK0

"He really thought...he really thought he had control of me."
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Re: MICHEAL PROJECT: This Time Around

  • on: April 19, 2010, 07:28:30 PM
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A fresh look at the Bashir interview.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zObRzJKLdK0

"He really thought...he really thought he had control of me."


interesting view. i never thought of it that way. i always thought bashir was the biggest dick the world has ever seen. hmmm. you know what i always wondered....michael always had his public image in mind. he never wanted to hurt anyone and made conscious decisions to show that. this documentary is one of the most intimate that have been seen, because the camera is literally following him everywhere. don't you think michael, in part of the agreement of doing this, would have been able to see it before it aired? to be able to edit what he liked/disliked about it? this is michael jackson we're talking about. he always was, is, and will be in control. it's odd.
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Re: MICHEAL PROJECT: This Time Around

  • on: April 19, 2010, 07:51:33 PM
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A fresh look at the Bashir interview.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zObRzJKLdK0

"He really thought...he really thought he had control of me."


interesting view. i never thought of it that way. i always thought bashir was the biggest dick the world has ever seen. hmmm. you know what i always wondered....michael always had his public image in mind. he never wanted to hurt anyone and made conscious decisions to show that. this documentary is one of the most intimate that have been seen, because the camera is literally following him everywhere. don't you think michael, in part of the agreement of doing this, would have been able to see it before it aired? to be able to edit what he liked/disliked about it? this is michael jackson we're talking about. he always was, is, and will be in control. it's odd.

Exactly. 35 years in the game will do that for ya. :)
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Re: MICHEAL PROJECT: This Time Around

  • on: April 19, 2010, 08:09:36 PM
That's an interesting viewpoint but did it have the actual outcome they intended? I'm a little confused...
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Re: MICHEAL PROJECT: This Time Around

  • on: April 19, 2010, 08:19:08 PM
That is something to think about. But I do remain somewhat sceptical. Though nothing would be too far fetched or out of the question in this whole scenario. Food for thought. I will now be more aware when watching batshit.
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Re: MICHEAL PROJECT: This Time Around

  • on: April 19, 2010, 08:58:18 PM
To be honest I've always taught that (the minut i heard of the accusations)...if you look at all the details you'll see that Michael seems to be in control of everything(trial..ect)
Im very surprise someone as think the same theory than me , must have analyzing Mj a lots and have a good open mind.
In my humble opinion if he did that I agree with him 100% cause he have the right to show people that he is not a pedophile and that was the only thing to do to prove normal people that he was innocent , by wining a real trial!
Michael is a VERY brillant man and way much advance with psychic mind....
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Re: MICHEAL PROJECT: This Time Around

  • on: April 19, 2010, 09:11:53 PM
I think that I know where the vid creator is taking me but I want to see the other parts before jumping to the wrong conclusion. I am fascinated that she/he is even looking at Bashir since so many people have a firm carved in stone opinion about him. I love it when people think beyond the norm. It makes me try to raise my own way of  thinking to do the same and see through fresh eyes. I would love to talk the vid creator/OP and just pick her/his brain and exchange ideas.
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Re: MICHEAL PROJECT: This Time Around

  • on: April 20, 2010, 12:51:09 AM
I just terribly missed Michael as if I grew up with him.     :cry:  :cry:
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Re: MICHEAL PROJECT: This Time Around

  • on: April 20, 2010, 12:53:16 AM
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I just terribly missed Michael as if I grew up with him.     :cry:  :cry:
Me too.
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Re: MICHEAL PROJECT: This Time Around

  • on: April 20, 2010, 03:22:24 AM
Are you saying that you think Michael and Bashir deliberately planned to make Michael look questionable in character, so that another trial would happen where Michael would be found innocent by jury, rather than the 93 accusation where he settled out of court for about 20 million? I've also really wondered about the fact that Michael could never have allowed a negative for him interview to air, when he is always in control to the smallest detail. It has always bothered me that in the Bashir interview he would openly discuss with the Jordan boy, who would sleep on the bed, him or Michael for 5 minutes, then be holding the boys hand like they were lovers, and then the long discussion on the beauty of sharing your bed "everyone in the whole world should do it".  I agree that Michael can act shy, embarrassed, naive but he's not-- he knows exactly what he's doing all the time. It's like he was setting himself up for failure big time, but ultimate longterm huge victory. Michael did say that he wanted his whole life to be "The Greatest Show On Earth."  He wanted to out dance James Browne, out sing Elvis and the Beatles, make his trial more watched than OJ Simpson's, and make his death hoax better than Joey Scaggs/Paul McCartney.  "He plays the game of life so well."
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Re: MICHEAL PROJECT: This Time Around

  • on: April 20, 2010, 06:10:22 AM
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Are you saying that you think Michael and Bashir deliberately planned to make Michael look questionable in character, so that another trial would happen where Michael would be found innocent by jury, rather than the 93 accusation where he settled out of court for about 20 million? I've also really wondered about the fact that Michael could never have allowed a negative for him interview to air, when he is always in control to the smallest detail. It has always bothered me that in the Bashir interview he would openly discuss with the Jordan boy, who would sleep on the bed, him or Michael for 5 minutes, then be holding the boys hand like they were lovers, and then the long discussion on the beauty of sharing your bed "everyone in the whole world should do it".  I agree that Michael can act shy, embarrassed, naive but he's not-- he knows exactly what he's doing all the time. It's like he was setting himself up for failure big time, but ultimate longterm huge victory. Michael did say that he wanted his whole life to be "The Greatest Show On Earth."  He wanted to out dance James Browne, out sing Elvis and the Beatles, make his trial more watched than OJ Simpson's, and make his death hoax better than Joey Scaggs/Paul McCartney.  "He plays the game of life so well."

Exactly.

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Re: MICHEAL PROJECT: This Time Around

  • on: April 20, 2010, 08:15:16 AM
Good video! It made me think! While I never hated Martin Bashir, I was wary of him because of that interview. I suppose it is possible that he and MJ could be friends! :shock:  8-)  :?:

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Re: MICHEAL PROJECT: This Time Around

  • on: April 20, 2010, 10:03:00 AM
Can this really be true ? I mean after all what happened and after years of Bashit's interview could it be a set up from MJ ?  :shock:  ...... I really was surprised when MB testified for MJ but I thought it was out of guilt for playing with the documentary  .....And if this is really becomes true then Uri Geller must be in it as well b/c isn't he the one that introduced them ?

@dmovie27 : Can you please explain what made you think  about this ? I'm really surprised with the way you looked into it like no other ....And your videos are always interesting ......xD
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Re: MICHEAL PROJECT: This Time Around

  • on: April 20, 2010, 11:05:23 AM
Okay, what's your opinion on Ian Halporin and that book. Is he also a part of this
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Re: MICHEAL PROJECT: This Time Around

  • on: April 20, 2010, 11:50:22 AM
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Re: MICHEAL PROJECT: This Time Around

  • on: April 20, 2010, 03:00:14 PM
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If true, then why would Michael need to respond with his own documentary refuting Bahsir????

To keep the game going...can't look too obvious. 98% of people believe Michael was duped and Bashir was out to make him look bad and consider him one of the biggest villians in this whole drama. Most of that is because of what Michael did AFTER the fact.

Michael knew he would have to go all the way to the bottom in order to re-emerge back to the very top. That's the only way this could've worked. Anything less would've left questions.

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Re: MICHEAL PROJECT: This Time Around

  • on: April 20, 2010, 03:03:14 PM
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I just terribly missed Michael as if I grew up with him.     :cry:  :cry:
Me too.

I did grow up with him - I feel I've known him most of my life - its so weird he' s not around any more.
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Re: MICHEAL PROJECT: This Time Around

  • on: April 20, 2010, 03:10:44 PM
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Can this really be true ? I mean after all what happened and after years of Bashit's interview could it be a set up from MJ ?  :shock:  ...... I really was surprised when MB testified for MJ but I thought it was out of guilt for playing with the documentary  .....And if this is really becomes true then Uri Geller must be in it as well b/c isn't he the one that introduced them ?

@dmovie27 : Can you please explain what made you think  about this ? I'm really surprised with the way you looked into it like no other ....And your videos are always interesting ......xD

Thank you for your comments...I appreciate the support.

This interview has always bothered me...but I couldn't put my finger on WHAT exactly bothered me about it.

Since the dust has settled, you can kind of step back and look at the end result and what it has brought forth since.

Things starts to add up.

You just have to look closer...study.

Nothing is what it seems when it comes to Michael Jackson.
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Re: MICHEAL PROJECT: This Time Around

  • on: April 20, 2010, 03:24:45 PM
Very interesting, I never would have thought of this. I never thought MJ could surprise me anymore than he already has and if this is the case then I will be so speechless...
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Re: MICHEAL PROJECT: This Time Around

  • on: May 01, 2010, 06:40:19 PM
Very well done, dmovie27! This is consequent thinking!
In Michael's 2005 trial the truth did not prevail as he wished, although he was found innocent as intended. The failure was that he did not let the audience participate in the process (how should he?). It seems that this was more a fight between him and Sneddon and this didn't lead to the long term result he wished.  
He learned that people have to find out the truth for themselves, by analyzing the media, studying papers, questioning the authorities, looking behind the scenes. Maybe that's why he started the hoax and the CM case is pointing back to the 2005 court case in so many ways. He wants to clear his reputation for once and for all and, at the same time, give us the most educating and entertaining lesson we have ever experienced.
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