Enough Already

Two days later and we’re still be bombarded by stories about Michael Jackson.  I grew up listening to the Jackson 5, loved Off the Wall and Thriller, but enough already. 

Jackson was raised a Jehovah’s Witness, and was still one when he did the Thriller video, which is why he prefaced it with the disclaimer: 

“Due to my strong personal convictions, I wish to stress that this film in no way endorses a belief in the  occult.”

The sixteenth time I saw excerpts from the video it occurred to me that he’d still be alive today if instead of becoming a Jehovah’s Witness Zombie he had become a Jehovah’s Witness Vampire


4 Comment(s)

  1. I find it interesting that 99.9% of reporters and commentators state or imply that Michael Jackson’s connection with the WatchTower Cult ended when he was disfellowshipped in the 1980s.

    Katherine and Rebbie’s family are all active JWs. Anyone who knows anything about JWs knows how this would play on MJ, who was at onetime an extremely devout JW.

    In fact, circa 2004-5, a southern California newspaper published photos and an article showing MJ and his children attending their local Kingdom Hall. Does anyone really believe that someone with MJ’s ego would not only attend a “meetings” at his Kingdom Hall, but also take his children with him, if he were being shunned as disfellowshipped persons are at a JW Kingdom Hall. I suspect that MJ had been “reinstated” as an active JW sometime prior to 2004. Let’s see some reporter dig into that one. Don’t expect the WatchTower Society or local JWs admit such without presentation of overwhelming evidence given present citcumstances.

    The negative influence of the teachings of the Jehovah’s Witnesses on Michael and his family have been either downplayed or totally ignored for as long as the Jackson Family has received public attention. For those readers who really want to know what life is like to be reared in the WatchTower Cult, nothing beats real world scenarios, and of real world scenarios, nothing beats actual civil and criminal court cases.

    The following website summarizes 900 court cases and lawsuits involving children of Jehovah’s Witness Parents. The summaries demonstrate how JW Families rear their children and live life day-to-day. Also included are nearly 400 CRIMINAL cases — most involving MURDERS:



    James Jones | Jun 28, 2009 | Reply

  2. I have nothing but the deepest respect for your seemingly unending ability to put a shameless plug for Blood Witness in any vaguely related story.

    George Jefferies | Jul 4, 2009 | Reply

  3. And I’m just getting started. Be sure to look for the new Blood Witness breakfast cereal – it turns the milk red, and comes with a free Watchtower and toy vampire teeth.

    Dave Hitt | Jul 4, 2009 | Reply

  4. Thriller Videos are always great, i love those dancing zombies ”

    Sheer Curtains · | Nov 4, 2010 | Reply

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