Was Michael Jackson Killed by the CIA?

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Mar 23, 2007
I just saw this over at the "Political Manipulation / Cover-Ups / False Flags" section of the Davie Icke forum.

It seems that Michael Jackson had written a song that supported the Palestinians.

Here's the article about it from the first post of the thread.

That article may turn out to be BS but it's still a plausible theory because when Michael Jackson talked, millions of Americans listened. When someone like that becomes politically-informed and starts to educate his fans, this is a big problem for the government as it's trying to keep Americans thinking inside the box. He had the potential to turn millions of politically apathetic people into informed people who think that the government is illegitimate.

If the US government can overthrow third world governments and install puppet dictators, killing a rock star should be child's play.

If Michael Jackson had explained the true history of Israel to millions of young people, it would have been a big problem for the government. Any person with an audience as large as Michael Jackson's would be risking his life by informing millions of young Americans that they are the bad guys in the world.

Here's a good book for young people on the subject.

A lot of people think that Martin Luther King was killed by the American government because he was educating his fellow blacks about the real reasons the US was in Vietnam. Here's one of his speeches. It starts to get clear in the eleventh paragraph.

(11th paragraph)
Now, let me tell you the truth about it. They must see Americans as strange liberators. Do you realize that the Vietnamese people proclaimed their own independence in 1945 after a combined French and Japanese occupation. And incidentally, this was before the Communist revolution in China. They were led by Ho Chi Minh. And this is a little-known fact, and these people declared themselves independent in 1945. They quoted our Declaration of Independence in their document of freedom, and yet our government refused to recognize them. President Truman said they were not ready for independence. So we fell victim as a nation at that time of the same deadly arrogance that has poisoned the international situation for all of these years. France then set out to reconquer its former colony. And they fought eight long, hard, brutal years trying to re-conquer Vietnam. You know who helped France? It was the United States of America. It came to the point that we were meeting more than eighty percent of the war costs. And even when France started despairing of its reckless action, we did not. And in 1954, a conference was called at Geneva, and an agreement was reached, because France had been defeated at Dien Bien Phu. But even after that, and after the Geneva Accord, we did not stop. We must face the sad fact that our government sought, in a real sense, to sabotage the Geneva Accord. Well, after the French were defeated, it looked as if independence and land reform would come through the Geneva agreement. But instead the United States came and started supporting a man named Diem who turned out to be one of the most ruthless dictators in the history of the world. He set out to silence all opposition. People were brutally murdered because they raised their voices against the brutal policies of Diem. And the peasants watched and cringed as Diem ruthlessly rooted out all opposition. The peasants watched as all this was presided over by United States influence and by increasing numbers of United States troops who came to help quell the insurgency that Diem's methods had aroused. When Diem was overthrown, they may have been happy, but the long line of military dictatorships seemed to offer no real change, especially in terms of their need for land and peace. And who are we supporting in Vietnam today? It's a man by the name of general Ky [Air Vice Marshal Nguyen Cao Ky] who fought with the French against his own people, and who said on one occasion that the greatest hero of his life is Hitler. This is who we are supporting in Vietnam today. Oh, our government and the press generally won't tell us these things, but God told me to tell you this morning. The truth must be told.

This is a pretty clear analysis of why the US was in Vietnam.

Anyone who has a large audience and thwarts the US in its endeavor to keep Americans thinking inside the box by informing people of the truth is risking his life.

At that time most people only had access to the American press.
http://www.thirdworldtraveler.com/Herman /Propaganda_System_One.html

The only glimpse of the truth they got was from informed people who travelled abroad. Martin Luther King was politially informed and he was starting to inform people and had the potential to really disrupt the US government's effort to keep the people thinking we were in Vietnam to defend freedom and democracy. It's quite plausible that they bumped him off before his campaign to inform people really took off.

Michael Jackson might have informed a lot of people of the true history of Israel and Palestine if he'd lived. It's quite reasonable to suspect that the US government bumped off Michael Jackson. It looks pretty likely that that's what happened to Martin Luther King; Jackson's being bumped off fits the pattern.

I'm wondering about the John Lennon assassination too.

He was politically-informed and he had the ability to educate millions of people. He was the US government's nightmare. I wouldn't be too surprised if he turned out to be a victim of CIA mind-control.

Of course I'm not sure about all of this. I just won't be surprised if it turns out to be true as it fits the pattern.
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