The news media seems to be reluctant in bringing up the fact of Michael Jackson's involvement with Jehovah's Witnesses. The public deserves to know the adverse influence the Witness belief system imposes on people. The Watchtower Organization seemed to instill much fear into Michael Jackson as you can read in the following e-mail being sent to news agencies. It would be good if members of this board could write e-mails as well to all local as well as national newspapers and television stations to let everyone know the Michael Jackson Witness connection. Feel free to forward the copy of the e-mail below to anyone who can "take this story and run with it". Subject ...Who really killed Michael Jackson?
|The loss of Michael Jackson is a tragedy and the world justifiably mourns as they have lost their pop icon. Michael Jackson made such a huge impact in the world of music. As the news leaks out on the life of Michael, it exposes a darker side, a mysterious and eccentric man. At times, Michael acted very odd, displaying unconventional behaviour. Michael Jackson's problems and difficulties have been traced back to his childhood. What should be considered and has been totally avoided is Jackson's connections with Jehovah's Witnesses . Michael, for many years, along with other family members were involved with this very esoteric, secretive organization. It would be easy to establish that so many of Michael's behavorial problems can be linked to the Watchtower Organization , otherwise known as Jehovah's Witnesses. This Organization prohibits so many normal activities of life, which indeed does create mental anguish and stress, especially for children. Jehovah's Witnesses cannot celebrate birthdays,Christmas,Thanksgiving, fourth of July, Mother's Day , and so many other normal activities which can be wholesome and encouraging , especially to children. Young Michael,growing up in this cultic environment,no doubt had adverse affects in Michael's life.This authoritarian, restricting Organization was not happy or proud of Michael's making of the video "Thriller". They made Michael feel guilty and obviously put undue stress on him, suggessting the video promoted spiritism. Proof of this is easy to document. The film begins with the disclaimer:"Do to my strong personal convictions, I wish to stress that this film in no way endorses a belief in the occult.-Michael Jackson". The Watchtower publication Awake May 22,1984 page 19 states "nevertheless, it was so realistic that some who saw it admitted they were horrified at first. What was this short film intended to convey? How does the performer, Michael Jackson feel about it looking back?" The article continues, "I would never do it again!"says Jackson. "I just intended to do a good, fun short film, not to purposely bring to the screen something to scare people or to do anything bad. I want to do what's right. I would never do anything like that again."Why not? "Because a lot of people were offended by it, " explains Jackson. "That makes me feel bad. I don't want them to feel that way.I realize now that it wasn't a good idea.I'll never do a video like that again!" More should be said connecting Michael's problems to the Watchtower Organization. His mother,Katherine, is to my knowledge still an active Jehovah's Witness and according to Jehovah's Witnesses doctrine she was not supposed to be even speaking with her own son, as he was no longer one of Jehovah's Witnesses. One can only imagine the strain this Organization put on the Jackson family. As a former Jehovah's Witness, I'm very aware of the guilt and fear the Watchtower Organization instills in the minds of their members. I have a website that documents all the Watchtower is hiding behind. www.sixscreensofthewatchtower.com Examine this site, especially screens 4 and 5 to substantiate what I have said.Feel free to contact me firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks Rick Fearon, Massachusetts|