I never thought it would be possible to fit so much bullshit in 4 hours. So much so that the director of the documentary cut out 45 minutes of the most obvious bullshit when the Jackson family and others rightfully called him out on it.
The Rageaholic addresses, questions, and debunks these allegations and claims better than I ever could.
What's sad is that his Part 1 video that he recorded in 2016 immediately questions and calls out everything "Leaving Neverland" brings forward. A video that came BEFORE, not AFTER, the documentary aired, puts it under heavy questioning and scrutiny. And that's not even getting into the 2005 Aquittal where Michael was cleared of all 14 counts pressed against. Resoundingly I might add. Or the fact that the FBI conducted their own investigation on these allegations and matters that lasted for over 10 years and found ABSOLUTELY NOTHING. And the "evidence" that was presented in the 2005 trial included dated as far back as the 1993 allegations, which the parents filed a civil trial instead of a criminal one.
Parents of VGChartz, I have a question for you, if someone did all of these despicable, horrible things to your child that these people accuse Michael Jackson of doing, say it was your kid(s) that Michael molested, would you A) file a civil trial to get millions of dollars from him and call it day like the father of Jordan Chandler, the 1993 child in question, did? Or B) file a criminal trial, considering you have credible, legitimate evidence, to put him behind bars for the rest of his life or have him get the electric chair for what he did to your son(s) or daughter(s)?
The only thing Michael was really guilty of was being way too naive, even stupid, for his own good and not realizing what a fully grown man such as himself, constantly and voluntarily hanging around and spending his free & personal time with children, would look like. Here, we have a man who did not have the average childhood like you and me and many other people. Whereas other people's childhoods was spent on playgrounds, swing-sets, jungle gyms, amusement parks, and parties. His was spent in recording studios, dancing studios, conducting interviews, filming TV sets, traveling, touring, and award shows. And that's not even including the possible physical abuse and torment he suffered from his father growing up.
He did not have the kind of childhood that you or I would think is ideal by any means. And that clearly effected him when he became an adult, it consumed him. Even when he went on to become the superstar, the Icon, the Legend, that he became - (King of Pop this, Greatest Entertainer of All-Time that) he always spent his adulthood trying to get back the childhood that he felt he lost. That he felt was taken away from him. That's why he bought an entire ranch and made his front yard into a mini-Disneyland amusement park. As such, the type of people that he tried to befriend and get close to the most, was children. Because they had what he didn't have and didn't get when he was a child, and he felt that they were the only ones who could give it to him.
The problem with this: By this point, Michael was a full-fledged adult, with the mentality and psychology of a child. So, while he may not have seen anything wrong with having sleepovers with children in his bedroom. The average adult with the grown-up knowledge and mentality such as you and me obviously did. And the people around him, his handlers, should be held just as highly accountable, if not moreso, than Michael himself. Because even though Michael may not have been aware, the people around him like his manager, agent, legal team, family, etc. most certainly were. As a result, Michael unknowingly made himself openly vulnerable to people who could take advantage of his ignorance and child-like naivety to get everything they want out of him and his wealth and status as the biggest music star on the planet. That's what led to the 1993 allegations & settlement for $20 million, the 2003 allegations, and now this bogus, heaping pile of dog shit documentary.
And it's not going to stop here. This won't be the last one. As long as Michael continues to be relevant. As long as he continues to be hailed and praised as the Icon and the Legend that he was, is, and always will be, there will always be another one just like Wade Robson and Jimmy Safechuck who will fabricate their own stories of abuse so that they can whatever money or benefits they want from Michael's estate. Don't be surprise if 30 years from now, we get a "Demons of Neverland" documentary from some guy in his 70's who claims Michael abused him and the points he makes are the exact same ones that Jordan Chandler's parents, Gavin Arviso's parents, Robson, and Safechuck each brought up. Points that have LOOOOONG since been disproven but the media keeps bringing them back because they are hell bent on bringing Michael down, and have been for over 35 years, for the sake of a profit. Because "Michael Jackson Molested Kids" sells 10x as many newspapers and magazines as "We Were Wrong: Sorry, Michael"
Did Michael have his problems and issues? Yes.
Could he be called odd or weird, or "Wacko Jacko"? Yes.
Does that make him a pedophile? No!
Was he actually a pedophile? Not only does the verdict of the judicial court system, the investigation by the FBI, and all the evidence, or lackthereof, say No, but HELL NO!
The man has been dead for almost 10 years now! To the people who so adamantly believe he's guilty (You're wrong, by the way and there are a million and one different FACTUAL ways to prove it too), what do you want us to do? Raid his tomb, take out his casket, take out his corpse (which at this point is nothing more than rotting flesh and decaying, worm-riddled bones), slap the cuffs on it and throw it in a jail cell and make the other inmates around it suffer from its suffocating, disgusting stench?
HE DIDN'T DO IT!
He never did it!
Drop it, let it go, and for God's sake, let him Rest in Peace!
Last edited by PAOerfulone - on 14 March 2019