The Jews Behind Michael Jackson’s Life And Death


IN PROMOTING A ROLE-MODEL who expressed the confused sexual values of the alternative life-style culture rather than that of traditional sexual mores, the slew of Jews behind Michael Jackson’s career could be said to have advanced the plan of corrupting today’s youth as laid out by the renown Protocols Of The Elders Of Zion.

From his record label moguls to his business manager, from his lawyers to his personal confidants, and even to his dermatologist, Michael Jackson chose to surround himself with a crowd of money-hungry Jews who viewed Michael, not as a human being, but as a piece of merchandise to be used for financial gain.

For if a role-model who presented himself as an androgynous ‘boy-girl’ symbol could generate millions of dollars, then Michael Jackson’s Jewish handlers would not scruple to forego warning him of his ‘artistic’ persona’s destructive path which led to his ignoble death on June 25, 2009, by a drug overdose.

WITH THE HOLLYWOOD RECORD INDUSTRY dominated by Jews, Michael Jackson’s career accelerated to new heights when he left Detroit’s black conservative Motown Records and signed on with the Jewish mega-media conglomerate, CBS Records in 1975. CBS Records was later renamed Sony Music Entertainment in 1991, (still under Jewish control), with a host of subsidiaries, including Epic Records, Jackson’s label.

Leaving Motown founder Berry Gordy and singer Smokey Robinson, who were his conservative black mentors in Detroit, Michael Jackson was now under the influence of Hollywood Jews and the slew of Jewish serviles attached to the Hollywood record industry.

These serviles included Jewish business & music managers, Jewish lawyers, Jewish television & concert impresarios, Jewish fashion designers, and Jewish video magnates such as MTV’s Murray Rothstein aka Sumner Redstone.

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