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Michael Jackson – the hypocrisy of the media and public

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27/06/2009 by AndreaUrbanFox


UPDATEWarrant Reveals Jackson Likely Died After Dose of Propofol; Coroner Declares Death Homicide

At last! Someone has the balls to out the hypocrisy of the media and general public … something I have been banging on about on my Twitter page since I heard of his death.

Mutha F*cking HYPOCRITES!

And this is just an example of the media hype & hysteria and how the public has short memory, short attention span & is generally short of brains.

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8 thoughts on “Michael Jackson – the hypocrisy of the media and public

  1. lawyermommy says:

    There is no proof of the crimes he was accused of having committed. Also, he was acquitted of all charges. The people who should have been jailed were the parents of the children who sent them off to the home of a man whom they did not know at all. Just because he was a talented artist.

    Those parents should have been jailed.

  2. I coudnt agree more!
    I could be wrong but it has always been my belief that all the accusations were false and the motivation was greed from the part of the parents of the children involved. Same parents which were more than happy to settle out of court. Settling out of court, in this instance, meant they wanted Michael`s money and it had nothing to do with the children in the 1st place.
    There might have been many “sleep overs” but I never believed he was a child molester because he was a child himself. Sharing a bed with a child does not equal child molestation.
    I think the media AND the public victimised him, hounded him, dragged him down. So now, seeing the media AND the public all singing his praise sickens me.

  3. Trollcats says:

    He’s, uh, totally guilty and did it and stuff. Yup.

    HOW’D I DO!(*&$@!#(*

  4. Did ok kitteh but forgot to back it up with some of your usual pic awesomeness … but it was ok for your 1st attempt 😉 Tit-bits are on me!

  5. Jacqueline says:

    I’m glad someone see this beside me. I totally pissed off about the media trashing of Michael Jackson memory. Even in his death they are so afraid of his greatness they feel the need to trash him and the state of CA feels the need to stifle his funeral that would be bigger than President Obama inauguration if they had a public funeral procession. I’m only sorry his family does not have the sense to move his funeral plans to Gary Indiana who would allow the American public to grieve. The media will NEVER truly tell how many people watched his funeral tribute just to take his glory away. I’m deeply sadden by the media’s smear campaigns.

  6. Not sure you got the point. Obviously the media fuels the hysteria but they are supplying to demand. The public are the ones to blame, the true hypocrites.

  7. thechasseur says:

    EXACTLY!! Once someone dies people forget all the terrible things they said about them when they’re were alive!

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  8. Jack says:

    from Princess Diana
    (Slut to princess of our hearts)
    to Jade Goody
    (Racist ugly pig to brave hero)
    Ide say Michael Jackson has defnitely trumped them all by going from weird creepy pedophile freakshow to the greatest and most talented musician ever

    you know the press have got big plans when they use the phrase `public outpouring of grief`

    He WAS an exceptional talent,
    I have no idea if he was guilty or not
    but i will avoid hypocrisy by not being offended by post-death Jacko jokes as I wasnt when he was alive.
    Nobody seemed to care about his feelings when he was alive so why now?
    Its just the media and clebs airbrushing history and easing their guilt about the whole messy saga

    what will offend me is LaToya tribute songs and Uri Geller tell-all books

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