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Looking at all the lurid headlines, I'm forced to ask "Where did Michael Jackson go wrong?"
"Sicko!" screamed the Daily News Nove. 20th headline.
"Who's Bad?" today's New York Post headline screamed.
Michael Jackson's only sickness was wanting to look white and be loved by white people.
When looking at history's recorDings of the slaugher of blacks and other people of color around the globe, you have to conclude that the white man is our enemy.
To achieve the near-impossible, Michael Jackson went so far as to bleach his skin and to alter his probiscus, until today he has only a sliver of a nose.
So where did Michael Jackson go wrong?
Was it doing his impressionable childhood, reading all those comic books with white superheroes, or overdosing on stories about Dick and Jane and Jack and Jill? Perhaps, even as a child, he imagined himself as Peter Pan fulfilling childhood fantasies.
Had he done an indepth study of white or black history, he would have learned about the Middle Passage, forced slavewry and the abduction of millions of blacks from Africa. He would have certainly learned about the lynchings, forcible rape and such bestial acts as boiling the more militant slave in oil to provide a lesson for onlooking slaves, who'd think twice before speaking out or objecting to carrying out massa's desires.
Few white jurors would doubt that a "wierd" black man obsessed with looking white after publicly declaring that he makes his bed available to (white) children, would not go to the extreme of plying a kid with wine and sleeping pills so that he could enjoy the kid sexually.
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