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just watched Part 1 of "leaving Neverland"

Posted: Thu Mar 14, 2019 10:20 pm
by phuketrichard
a distributing portrait of Michael Jackson.
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt9573980/

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/02/28/arts ... rland.html
I am amazed at the parents that allowed their 7 & 10 year olds to spend the night with him in his bed as if it was totally ok.

Re: just watched Part 1 of "leaving Neverland"

Posted: Thu Mar 14, 2019 10:35 pm
by whiteribbon
10 years after he died is the time to bring these things up right? What's the point? And today some English trash paper published they found weird porn at his home, wow, like none of us watch weird porn. I always liked some of his music and now they're telling me I can't play or stream his music anymore? Same with R.Kelly, he's still alive I know but they're taking his music out of the music platforms. Also not allowed to watch Bill Cosby anymore. Next week they find something about Jerry Seinfeld and take him out. His show is the only thing that makes me fall asleep at night.

Re: just watched Part 1 of "leaving Neverland"

Posted: Thu Mar 14, 2019 10:42 pm
by phuketrichard
whiteribbon wrote:
Thu Mar 14, 2019 10:35 pm
10 years after he died is the time to bring these things up right? What's the point? And today some English trash paper published they found weird porn at his home, wow, like none of us watch weird porn. I always liked some of his music and now they're telling me I can't play or stream his music anymore? Same with R.Kelly, he's still alive I know but they're taking his music out of the music platforms. Also not allowed to watch Bill Cosby anymore. Next week they find something about Jerry Seinfeld and take him out. His show is the only thing that makes me fall asleep at night.
ok tell the truth now
do u think its just a bit strange a 30year old man would want to stay the night and sleep with a 7 year old boy in his bed?

PS; Bill Cosby still funny and comparing his abuse of his status as a star and giving drugs to over age girls can hardly compare with seducing a 7 year old of the same sex

Re: just watched Part 1 of "leaving Neverland"

Posted: Thu Mar 14, 2019 11:28 pm
by whiteribbon
phuketrichard wrote:
Thu Mar 14, 2019 10:42 pm
whiteribbon wrote:
Thu Mar 14, 2019 10:35 pm
10 years after he died is the time to bring these things up right? What's the point? And today some English trash paper published they found weird porn at his home, wow, like none of us watch weird porn. I always liked some of his music and now they're telling me I can't play or stream his music anymore? Same with R.Kelly, he's still alive I know but they're taking his music out of the music platforms. Also not allowed to watch Bill Cosby anymore. Next week they find something about Jerry Seinfeld and take him out. His show is the only thing that makes me fall asleep at night.
ok tell the truth now
do u think its just a bit strange a 30year old man would want to stay the night and sleep with a 7 year old boy in his bed?

PS; Bill Cosby still funny and comparing his abuse of his status as a star and giving drugs to over age girls can hardly compare with seducing a 7 year old of the same sex
"giving drugs to over age girls (and raping them) can hardly compare with seducing a 7 year old of the same sex"
I'm just speechless by this comment. I hope someone else can put into words what I'm thinking.

Re: just watched Part 1 of "leaving Neverland"

Posted: Fri Mar 15, 2019 11:55 am
by clutchcargo
do u think its just a bit strange a 30year old man would want to stay the night and sleep with a 7 year old boy in his bed?
Without doubt and ultimately I blame the parents that allowed it.

OTH, MJ was very calculating and scheming imo. Get to know the parents, involve them, bring them along, pay for all expenses (fancy hotels, airfares etc) and slowly step by step gain their trust..

Meanwhile the parents are getting intoxicated with:
  • having a world celebrity as a friend in their lives and everything that involves (publicity etc),
  • the free holidays living the high life, and
  • the potential stardom that MJ could bring to the kid's future and career.
Meanwhile, MJ has brainwashed/indoctrinated the kid with the high life and exciting/fun world that his natural parents can't provide. Of course, the kid doesn't want to give that up.

Re: just watched Part 1 of "leaving Neverland"

Posted: Fri Mar 15, 2019 1:09 pm
by King Keil
whiteribbon wrote:
Thu Mar 14, 2019 11:28 pm
phuketrichard wrote:
Thu Mar 14, 2019 10:42 pm
whiteribbon wrote:
Thu Mar 14, 2019 10:35 pm
10 years after he died is the time to bring these things up right? What's the point? And today some English trash paper published they found weird porn at his home, wow, like none of us watch weird porn. I always liked some of his music and now they're telling me I can't play or stream his music anymore? Same with R.Kelly, he's still alive I know but they're taking his music out of the music platforms. Also not allowed to watch Bill Cosby anymore. Next week they find something about Jerry Seinfeld and take him out. His show is the only thing that makes me fall asleep at night.
ok tell the truth now
do u think its just a bit strange a 30year old man would want to stay the night and sleep with a 7 year old boy in his bed?

PS; Bill Cosby still funny and comparing his abuse of his status as a star and giving drugs to over age girls can hardly compare with seducing a 7 year old of the same sex
"giving drugs to over age girls (and raping them) can hardly compare with seducing a 7 year old of the same sex"
I'm just speechless by this comment. I hope someone else can put into words what I'm thinking.
I certainly can't. Absolutely mindboggling.

Re: just watched Part 1 of "leaving Neverland"

Posted: Fri Mar 15, 2019 1:16 pm
by simon43
Meanwhile the parents are getting intoxicated with:
having a world celebrity as a friend in their lives and everything that involves (publicity etc),
the free holidays living the high life, and
the potential stardom that MJ could bring to the kid's future and career.
My own opinion is that the parents knew full well what MJ was up to with their young sons - as you said, what 'normal' 30 year old man invites a 7 year old boy to sleep with him in bed. The parents were greedy for money and fame for their son, and ignored what was going on, certain of getting a payout in the future.

Re: just watched Part 1 of "leaving Neverland"

Posted: Fri Mar 15, 2019 2:25 pm
by phuketrichard
suggest to all those posting, watch the show first, than comment

They all believed MJ and they all accepted him as one of their "kids" and never ever thought anything was going on.
Seems MJ was very very good at playing the ,"I'm so alone and only want a friend"

Re: just watched Part 1 of "leaving Neverland"

Posted: Fri Mar 15, 2019 2:46 pm
by Queef
Yall realize MJ died 10 years ago... Luc Besson, Roman Polanski, and Woody Allen are still alive. Why not make documentaries about them? How about Harvey Weinstein?

As far as MJ is concerned, people are just trynna get a healthy chunk of all that money he left when he died. Vultures. I mean Dave Chappelle had a skit about MJ in 2004. He even had one about R.Kelly. No one seemed to care at the time. What is it now? Everyone is realizing they can capitalize on letting their kids get fucked by famous people?

Re: just watched Part 1 of "leaving Neverland"

Posted: Fri Mar 15, 2019 2:59 pm
by clutchcargo
phuketrichard wrote:
Fri Mar 15, 2019 2:25 pm
suggest to all those posting, watch the show first, than comment
What makes you think those posting here haven't watched it? Is it because you don't agree?

Anyway, I have indeed watched it and given my opinion.
They all believed MJ and they all accepted him as one of their "kids" and never ever thought anything was going on.
Seems MJ was very very good at playing the ,"I'm so alone and only want a friend"
That's what they want the public to believe NOW coz they fooked up THEN.

Think about it....how could you accept a 30 yr old grown man as one of your 'kids' when you are not much older? And isn't it creepy that a 30 yr old is looking for a friend in a 7 yr old? I very much doubt the parents would believe it. As I said, they want people to believe the story he was treated as part of their family and trusted for the purposes of this documentary to justify/cover up what they eventually found out happened .. Makes them look less guilty.. So I'm claiming bs they didn't suspect things.