Paris's First Public Haircut

Posted by MJSTAR on August 26 2009:

" Michael Jackson's daughter Paris has had her first public haircut.

All the 11-year-old's previous trims have been done in the privacy of the family home for fear the cuttings would be DNA-tested.

Michael was terrified her hair would be stolen and the real identity of her father would be revealed. And after British actor Mark Lester claimed he is Paris's dad, her visit to the Amp salon in Las Vegas took place under tight security.

Every strand of hair was swept up and removed from the salon in plastic bags by her guards during the cut and dry on Sunday.

Tv reporter Alicia Jacobs, who was in the next chair, said: "Can you imagine the value of Paris' hair? DNA... the truth, finally."

And she tweeted: "Every last hair from Paris' haircut gathered from floor, placed in plastic bag, & given 2 her tutor." "

Source: MJSTAR

My beliefs..

Personally, I think the voice on that video (which is supposed to be Michael's) sounds like it could have been him during the early 80's. Could it have been an old conversation, where he (MJ) was speaking of someone else called Michael who had just died, and just happened to call himself Donald bc of private reasons? The voice is awfully much alike Michael's.. and the way he says "that is what I hope", it's so Michael to speak that way. But of course, it can also be a very good impersonator who's been working on his way of speaking for a long time..

The question marks still remain though. I'm not convinced, but I am not totally against it either. That was after all the first thought that came to my mind when I first got the news, that this was the biggest scam the world would ever witness, without knowing it.

Does This Prove Michael Jackson Is Alive?

The following was posted on MJSTAR on Tue Aug 25, 2009 8:59 pm :

" MJSTAR received a video clip from an anonymous source - the video appears to depict someone similar to that of Michael Jackson jumping from what appears to be a coroners van.
A new video clip has been published online, this time a HIGH DEF video clip has been published, and the clarity of detail is amazing. The person who uploaded the video said in a statement, "This video shows that Michael was still alive after his dead body was transported to the Los Angeles Dept. of Coroner I checked the license plate number and it looks like the King of Pop is jumping out of the same van, his dead body has been in."
Is this Michael Jackson?

UPDATE: Although the number plate is the same, there does appear to be some graphics missing from the exterior of the van.


Also, the following was posted on MJSTAR the day after, on Wed Aug 26, 2009 10:44 am :

" An incredible new audio clip of what appears to be someone sounding like Michael Jackson has appeared online. The recording was made on July 14th 2009.


MJSTAR have this audio clip, this is the transcript:

"Hi Peter, this is Donald calling from the UK. I just wanted to um say hi and I hope you're coping OK with the passing of Michael. And it was a shock to everyone and it still IS. And um his music will live on, this is something I hope. And I was thinking about today about all the music that's been out, in recent years, and recent months, and then some of the songs just are not memorable anymore...there needs to be, you know, something big happening in the music industry, there needs to be a reform, um I think that's why Michael got with Will. I. Am. because he was making great, innovative, positive music, and I thought that was brilliant. And I hope other people get inspiration from Michael and continue on making some great music you know. That's really all I have to say, and if you want to add me I have msn and um yeah I have facebook so I hope to hear from you shortly. Bye Peter."

For those requesting more information or they themselves have further details please contact the MJSTAR team: "

Source: MJSTAR

Jermaine Jackson On His New Mission

Jermaine Jackson about his brothers healing life on earth in an interview with Larry King:

"August 5 - 2009

The tragedy of my brother's death is still with me. But in his death, I have found a mission for my life. My existence is now dedicated to spreading Michael's message. Michael had a unique place in the world. He not only did good, but taught others how to do the same. This only magnifies his loss to the world.

I want to make people aware of the humanitarian side of Michael. I want to show them how his true emphasis wasn't music, or performing; it was improving the world. Understand this, and you begin to understand the essence of who my brother was.

Michael wanted to help people see the problems that are destroying our world. That's what he was about, and what HIS upcoming shows were about. He was trying to teach through his lyrics, video and performance. He wanted to use every part of himself to show us what we are capable of becoming. His goal was to demonstrate to people that if we all just try to make world a better place, it will be.

Michael did charity work all his life - since we first started performing as the Jackson 5. He quickly learned talent alone means
nothing - it's what you do with it that really matters. What are you doing to make things better for other people? In grasping this, Michael found his purpose: Entertain and educate at the same time.

Michael grew to understand why the world is in the state it is. He would ask "Why?" but not get trapped in trying to find reasons for each and every problem. His aim was finding solutions. His message was about solutions. Michael's day-to-day thought process was: "How do I make the world a better place?" He dedicated his existence to responding to this question, and to giving a voice to those who can't speak out for themselves.

Man in the Mirror, We are the World, Will You Be There - all these songs put forward a simple but powerful message: If someone is hungry, give them food, but also help them become self-sufficient. Michael taught us that when you do good, you start with the individual, then move onto a family, a neighborhood, a village, a nation.

Michael always looked for the good in people, but he also wanted people to understand him, and what he was here for. This made the ridicule he endured so much harder to bear. How can someone who gave so much, be the subject of so much hate? Why is it, the more blessed we are, the tougher our times are destined to be?

My brother wasn't a threat to anyone. He was at peace, and his peaceful state was a blessing from God. Michael was given the rare talent to entertain, sing and perform. But the true blessing God gave him was the ability to use his talents to do good for others. Michael's songs inspired us to do better. That was his true gift.

We still feel Michael's loss. But what will happen as time passes? What will happen to Michael's real purpose for being? Who can carry on Michael's work selflessly, without ulterior motive? Nations and governments are capable of good deeds, but those good deeds are too often done to exert control over others. Michael never wanted to control anybody, he only wanted to spread happiness and joy.

Michael supported over 30 different charities. Most people, even the most generous, focus their efforts on just a handful. But Michael was different. He would personally check every charity he supported. He'd examine their track records make sure they did what they said they would do.

Michael's generosity extended beyond the charities he supported. When a girl needed a liver transplant and no one wanted to pay for it, Michael took care of it. No fanfare, no publicity. There are so many cases like this! Many of them, I myself, am just beginning to learn about.

Every time Michael traveled to another country, he would devote time to visiting hospitals, orphanages, cancer patients. That was his calling. In every corner of the globe, this was his routine. The world needs to know this is who he was. Because while there were always cameras following him, the media didn't tell the story of his caring and compassion. They only wanted to sensationalize him.

Michael didn't care if we knew everything he did for people, because God knows. God knows his intentions, and knows the results. I know my brother is in a very secure, serene, peaceful place. When we live on earth, we are judged not only by who we are, but also by what we do for others. When we leave, we take the good and bad deeds with us. Michael took nothing but good deeds with him.

Michael and I were raised to believe there is a Supreme Being. Having success told us God had a plan for us. Michael used his success in a positive way. He knew that it's not what you get from others, it's what you do for others. We all achieve things in life, but the greatest achievement is doing God's work. Michael was a man of God because he was doing His work. Eternal life is the ultimate reward from God - and Michael has eternal life."

Thank you Jermaine, for taking on this mission on your brothers behalf

A Better Place, by Sinai Leis

Written by a dear friend of mine, Sinai Leis from Miami - August 4 2009

A Better Place

Music claimed a part of history at 2:26pm when physicians at UCLA Hospital announced the death of Michael Jackson. His life aside from the media speculations was silent to me up until that day. News coverage of his fatality was exposed through TV, newspapers, internet, and co-workers gossiping at lunch. I was familiarized with his music but I wasn't a diehard fan. In fact, it's now after his passing that I became an ardent supporter of his humanitarian contributions and music. I grew up in a generation of hip hop music, gangs and violence and Michael Jackson was heard seldom. Through my research of MJ's life, I learned how he broke racial barriers, helped cultural differences become comfortable and raised awareness about global issues through his lyrics. But all that grace stood as a dark shadow casting behind his drastic physical change. It became a conflicting interest to many around the world including his fans and he succumbed too many controversial affairs in spite of it. Evidently his distinguish appearance and lifestyle reform shifted his success downwards and many American fans lost interest. Undeniably he left a legendary story to tell and though I share different experiences with Michael's music as a fan after death as compared to fans a generation or two before me, we can all correlate the one thing he expressed over and over through his explicit lyrics which is change and hope for a better place.  

I was waiting for the 73 bus at the Okeechobee train station when I received an incoming text. It read "Michael Jackson is dead." I underestimated its authenticity at the time and forwarded the message to my contacts. It wasn't till I arrived at my grandmother's apartment that afternoon that I began to flick the channels on TV to find breaking news" Michael Jackson dead at 50" it confirmed. They showed video footage of a dance rehearsal he performed at the Staples center just two days before his death. He appeared healthy and energetic, ready for his big come back. His dance moves showed me so much passion, a true show stopper. His performance was as great as it was in the mid 80's and early 90's.

Michael's talent dazzled many at an early age. He became the lead singer for his father's group called the Jackson 5. The group's talent raised eyebrows at a Motown audition and without a doubt Berry Gordy, the founder of Motown records, offered to sign Michael and his brothers on. They were a great hit off the bat and popularity escaladed fast, perhaps a bit too early for MJ. Pat Superfine, who was born in a small segregated town, just twenty five miles west of Gary, Indiana, MJ's hometown, was a fan of MJ and Motown music. She remembers hearing the Jackson 5 play repeatedly on her orange transistor radio despite the town's limited exposure of color folks. Her feet tapped and she'd swayed her head every time she heard her favorite song Ben. Oddly MJ's music unified different cultures and it would be of no specific individual to enjoy his groovy beats. Nearly twenty years after the civil rights movement was completed both President Reagan and Michael displayed the meaning of desegregation in front of the White House. In fact, on that day Ronald Reagan awarded Michael for contributing a positive influence on teenage kids through his music and commercials in 1984.

He was at the peak of his game, and the album Thriller broke the bar and up to date still holds the record as the biggest selling album of all time. Thriller transcended race, age and gender. My husband Moe tells me that when he was growing up around the age of fifteen he was a fan. The boys and he use to bust moves on their rollerblades at the skate key roller rink in Bronx, NY to Michael's beats. Many of them enjoyed just about every song on the album. Mean while further south of New York in the city of Miami my mother who was twenty six years old was out enjoying boogie nights at Big Daddy's nightclub in coral way. Her favorite song in that era was P.Y.T (pretty young thing) she said it inspired her to move forward with her life and that it reminded her exactly that, P.Y.T. I was a newborn in the care of my grandmother on those boogie nights. She was a single mom hanging out and mingling in the early eighties. Thriller clearly was in demand and eventually as reported it turned out to be a Michael mania era.

Growing up I listened to Michael's music very seldom in fact only when my mother would blast the speakers, simply because being a fan of MJ was not cool among my peers. Although we listened to artists that were inspired by him such as Usher and Justin Timberlake, pop music was last on my top favorite. I enjoyed the hip hop genre way more. I wore dickie suits with a sports bra, Fila sneakers, nautical jackets, big gold hooped earrings and my hair jelled up in a high and tight ponytail. This was around 1997 and Michael had established a fictitious name by the media, as Wacko Jacko which was all I ever knew about him. It wouldn't be until after death that I would research for evidence to understand all the controversy he left behind.

            His music success tells a legacy on its own but along with that he inherited a humanitarian side, one which sadly stood dim behind the show stealer "Wacko Jacko". Although Michael left a list from A-Z with thirty six different charities he supported throughout his life, the media coverage was only about his plastic surgeries and allegations. If you ask me I tell you its gossip, sensationalized gossip. The ratings go up so do the speculations and America tends to be naive and believe what they say. They practically condemned him before he was ever even convicted. He was charged with child molestation and about six other counts which were later acquitted and the media just kept covering it so relentlessly. Yet the media found a way to shift their coverage on Michael and wallowed in this epoch after his death.

            The media knew that breaking news would have his fans around the world riveted to their channels as we mourned his passing. They sold his story as a national tragedy even after all the horrific things they condemned him with. Amazingly enough they turned the tables and praised him. "How can they feel he is a freak show one day and a marvelous soul the next day?" I asked myself. Many of my interviewees feel the same way they blame part of their fall out as a fan of Michael because of all the unethical things they heard over and over in tabloids and news networks throughout the years of his career. Yet we all also agree he is in that better place he always preached about throughout his lyrics. We want him back so bad but at the same time we know he is doing better in a place without headaches, no one to ridicule or judge him and mainly that endless peace of sleep he wished for some many times here on earth.

While I interviewed Pat superfine I could play her favorite song Ben in my head and hear his adolescent voice sing so vivid. Interviewing both my mother and husband painted a picture of fun times as I experience now every time I hear his music play. I'll I want to do is jump up and dance. His music hits my soul and his lyrics influence me deeply. It is through his death I gained a yen to learn the truth about him. I cleared all the negative thoughts people who where pursued by the medias speculation engraved in me. I see another side, a positive one, a man that tried through his popularity and entertainment to teach us all that we should all be treated equal, as one community, and without greed. Truth is that even through his hard work he himself could not accomplish what he wished for the most a better place.

After all the coverage, and all my research, the one thing his fans will always remember him for his all the good he did. Somehow all the bad just vanished along whit his demise and what stood behind is a long story of music, fame, success, accomplishments, contributions, and love. All that we care about as fans to share with others is his impact as an artist and his magic. I became a fan after death but I share the same feelings about him as Sara Wreteljung a fan of Michael on the other side of the world in Sweden. She's been a fan of MJ since she can remember and the one thing we have in common as fans is the strong will that we along with other members of heal the world foundation have to make this a better place. It is undeniable that we will have to work stronger and harder as a team to accomplish what Michael did throughout the years. Reality is we don't have an income of billions of dollars as Michael did. But through Michael's inspiration on new and old fans we can build that Michael Army we need to reach out to others.

            When MJ passed I was like any other ordinary person oblivious of his life and contribution. Something about his death changed me in a very mysterious way. I want to express it as a work of magic but I wouldn't want anyone to think I am crazy. His death impacted me as if he were my brother. I knew so little yet I knew a lot without any recognition of what I knew. It was right after the breaking news that I became intrigued. Everything I knew about him from his nose falling out, his change of race, dangling his son from a balcony, and numerous plastic surgeries where all true but not all was as bad as it seemed. I learned that there are many sides to one story and we are absolutely of no importance to judge others or our selves. There is far to many other people in the world who have nearly a shoe to walk in and those are the ones we must judge and help to the best of our ability. It is his humanitarian stories that will live on as an example of giving back and I hope to show my daughter and new generations to come that they too can make a change with a heart that holds no boundaries.

Kanye defend himself in a statement against false rumours concerning Michael J.

On August 1st a rumour was spread about Kanye West telling the press that he was "the new king of pop". This is what he apparently said (according to baseless rumours):

"You know everyone loves and respects Michael but times change. It's so sad to see Michael gone but it makes a path for a new King of Pop and I'm willing to take that on. There's nobody who can match me in sales and in respect so it only makes sense for me to take over Michael's crown and become the new King."

"First there was Elvis (Presley), then there was Michael, now in the 21st century it's Kanye's time to rule. I am the new King of Pop."


The rumour upset a lot of people and Kanye decided to release this statement on August 2nd:


Just another proof of the medias power to convince people even though the rumours are baseless. It's also a proof of people's ignorance. Stop believing everything you hear, you should know by now that 90 percent is untrue.

Sign My Petition: Bring Back Never Neverland For the Children In Need!

PLEASE SIGN MY PETITION: Bring Back Never Neverland For the Children In Need

Sign Here

I'm asking you with all my heart to sign my petition. Please spread the word about this petition to everyone, we need to reach the goal of 1 million people so that we coninue with our hopes of a restoration of Never Neverland.


For many of us who had a dream, that dream might be gone now that Michael is no longer here to lead us. Well Michael might be gone, but his good heart laid paths before us during his living life for us to continue. Michael's dream of healing the world and his journey towards world peace shall be carried forward in all of us now. We are all part of this world and we all have a responsibility to protect it, and protect each other.
Michael believed in our children, and he used to say "I see God in the face of children". Neverland Ranch isn't just any place; it is the place where dreams of children in need come true. Michael's initiative to bring kids into Neverland to play meant a great deal to them in their healing process, just because of the fact that it was his home. He made a great impact on the world, especially the children, and he still does.  

This is a fantastic way to preserve the memory of Michael Jackson in his favorite place on earth and in the same time enlighten needy children's lives by letting them in once again to have a blast. Neverland Ranch is a haven and a paradise for a child who's going through a hard time and just by letting them spend a day there or two would really make a difference in their lives. Once again, just the fact that it was a home of the greatest superstar of all time makes the place and the visit magic.

So let's bring back the little red steam engine, fill up the bar with lots of candy and start playing those cartoons. Let's bring back the animals and turn on the rides, let's once again open up the gates to Never Neverland and let the children forget for a while and just have fun.

If we don't do this, there is a risk that it is going to turn out as a resort, gambling casino or wine-growing. The plans are many and as we speak it is being planned.

Sign the petition if you think Never Neverland should get its right heart back, the way it should be. Let in Peter Pan, Snow White and the seven dwarfs, Mickey Mouse and his Minnie, Pooh and the gang and many, many more !

Make dreams come true, children are our future.

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