I think it's important for me to note that my blog entries are very time-consuming to write. Seeing that I am returning to school and have a full coarse load of science classes, I wanted to alert everyone who has decided to read the blog that I am going on a short hiatus.
I'm not done chronicling Jacko but I definitely need a break. I have more to say, but no time to say it in the way that I do, with facts and links and documents to back up all of my valid opinions.
Who knows how long this break will be; it could be a week or more or a few days. Just so I can get adjusted to my schoolwork.
As always, I plan to come back with a vengeance and be refreshed to unearth new details. Unlike school, this blog will not ensure me with a degree or an income, so it needs to take a back seat.
I plan to resume the blog as soon as possible...
I wanted to note, though; I've been reading on the internet and it seems as if there are misconceptions about my 'Michael Jackson was gay' post. I never imagined that the explosive evidence of foreign male semen would cause such a stir of denial!
I thought it was pretty explosive. Apparently, the explanations that are most likely are never likely enough for Jacko fans.
This is why I exhort everyone to read the 'Addendum to 'Michael Jackson was gay'' post. It is more in detail and it totally explains all of my answers to the criticism of the original piece. For some reason, there seems to be fans hung up on his own claims of not being gay as proof he was not gay.
Nonsense, utter nonsense.
In their delusions, they fail to remember this was a man who repeatedly lied about everything under the sun. He was taught to lie immediately when he got into show business. While the reality is that even liars can tell the truth the tenth time around, common sense dictates we use caution to when weighing their words.
Michael Jackson lied about his numerous plastic surgeries (as if we were blind); about Blanket Jackson's mother being black (if she were black, Michael is not the father); about feeding the hyperbaric chamber and Elephant Man's bones stories to the tabloids; about being with Brooke Shields and Tatum O'Neal; about a lot of things, maybe even his skin and his children's paternity.
After all of this, an intelligent person would take his words with a grain of salt until further investigation.
After my own investigation, I decided to not give any mention to his own proclamations of heterosexuality. Especially given the other factors, all of which are detailed in the Addendum.
The pornography seems to be something of a conundrum. I mentioned it, too, in the Addendum because I find it to be the only monkey wrench in the design plan (it was not nor ever Lisa Marie Presley). An intelligent person, as I fancy myself, knows that it would be naive to assume such a large porn stash or collection would be solely for the young boys that go to Neverland. But in the face of no women, except the dysfunctional relationships with Lisa Marie Presley and Debbie Rowe, as well as books featuring loving homosexual couples or graphic depictions of gay sex, the heterosexual porn collection carries little weight, if only to induce confusion.
Pornography is not a substitute for a real relationship with a woman, and it certainly does not declare a man to be one hundred percent straight. It's strong circumstantial evidence of an interest in women, though.
It is not, however, stronger than the evidence of semen stains on his mattress.
We all know why the Defense wanted to keep it out, and that was because they knew what it was and what it meant.
We all have to remember Tom Mesereau, Michael Jackson's lead defense attorney in 2005, brought nothing to confirm Michael was heterosexual. Intelligent minds would know it was because he had nothing. He did, however, try to insinuate a romantic relationship between Michael Jackson and Jordie Chandler's mother, June, albeit unsuccessfully.
Note: he never had a relationship with June Chandler.
Any good defense lawyer knows that de-emphasizing homosexuality is necessary when trying to prove one's male client is not guilty of same-sex child molestation. Thus, the evidence of these mystery semen stains on Michael's mattress and in sheets and underwear were kept out of trial.
We have to remember what Wade Robson said on the stand when asked about Michael's--let's face it--gay pornographic book, Man, A Sexual Study of Man on May 5, 2005:
Q. Is it a fact, as you look through that book,25 what is depicted in that book throughout that book26 are a series of photographs of two men engaged in27 sex acts with one another?28 A. Yes.1 Q. And in fact, the sex acts are all acts of2 either masturbation, oral sex or sodomy; is that3 right?4 A. From what I saw, yes.5 Q. And sodomy, as you understand, is an act of6 anal sex; is that correct?7 A. Yes.8 Q. Would you be concerned about a person who9 possesses that book crawling into bed with a10 ten-year-old boy?11 A. Yes, I guess so.
Quite so, Wade.
It is only common sense, because pedophilia is an age distinction, not a gender distinction; Michael would be a gay pedophile.
It was a smart move on the Defense's part to not 'push it' with the heterosexuality and leave it at the pornography stacks, which, again, are not a smoking gun to Michael having liked women. Opening it up could have brought trouble.
Everything I write here on the blog are things that I believe in. When I wrote that the semen stains were explosive proof of Michael Jackson having had sexual contact with males, I meant it. And I stand by it.
If it had been anyone else's bed--anyone besides Michael Jackson--the stains would be considered by people possessing a modicum of intelligence to have been made through sexual contact with the bed owner. But since it is Michael Jackson, that cannot be possible.
To his fans, strange semen could have fell from the sky before it could be the result of a passionate night between Michael and a male lover.
I should note that if there had been vaginal stains on his mattress or a phantom thong soiled with Michael's semen, I would say, "Wow, I guess he really was with women." I am fair and I am not delusional. I stand with the facts and the evidence.
I like Michael Jackson being gay and I prefer it; to me, it became obvious. That bias, however, did not cause me to slant the research. I wrote 'Michael Does Vegas' out of the lovingness of my heart and I wish Michael Jackson could have came out of the closet.
I implore everyone to open all of the document links in the 'gay' posts. I am not kidding about my findings. Use a little common sense, too. Defense lawyers work for their clients; the Jackson team knew what evidence--what truth--they were burying from the eyes of the world.
Okay, that's all.
Sayonara, for now!