The hype was real. The word on the street was that HBOs new documentary Leaving Neverland was powerful and moving. And for all the wrong reasons. Timed to coincide with the tenth anniversary of Michael Jackson’s death, this documentary evokes a lot of emotions on all sides of the situation.
If you are a Michael Jackson fan, you have had plenty of trials and tribulations along the way. The constant beating of the child molestation drum was troublesome to put it mildly. While the King of Pop did successfully avoid ever being convicted of anything at all, there are some things in this world that are so damaging that even being found not guilty by a jury of our peers cannot undo said damage. Child molestation charges are one of those.
You don’t come back from that. Yes, Michael Jackson’s estate is a license to print money, and yes he will always have loyal fans that insist no matter what that he never did anything wrong. The reality is that the allegations will always be synonymous with Michael Jackson, and for that reason, they most certainly did hurt his legacy.
Now, with the premiere of the documentary causing as much drama as the hype anticipated, we are getting a new flurry of questions about Michael and whether he was involved with the Illuminati. If so, is this just one more last hit job by the Illuminati to further impugn his name and reputation?
There’s stars and there’s stars. Michael Jackson was epically famous like few others have ever been. The Beatles and Elvis are about the only thing comparable. People like Prince and Madonna were a big deal and quite controversial at times, but Michael was something bigger than that. It is a sad but true irony to the whole thing that the child molestation allegations are what took Michael’s celebrity to that next level that even the best of the best could not aspire to.
Everyone knew about Michael Jackson. Young, old. White or black. He was beyond any spectacle the world had seen up until that point. No one has replicated it since, and in some ways, it may be true that no one wants to. Michael was a tragic, complicated figure that will always live in at least a little bit of infamy because of the stories of abuse that will forever haunt his name.
Is Leaving Neverland an Illuminati hit job? Almost certainly not. The Illuminati most certainly had ties to Michael Jackson, and that relationship may have been strained at times, but the Illuminati doesn’t waste its power on things that don’t matter. This documentary comes at a time when Michael is basically an afterthought to this world. His influence is still great, but the Illuminati is well aware that Michael’s legend grew in death. This documentary is disturbing, for sure, but it will do no more to smear the man’s name than has already been done before.
Why would the Illuminati care at this point? Whether you believe that Michael’s untimely death was an Illuminati sacrifice or hit job to begin with, there is no reason to think that they would want to do anything to him or his family now. The damage was done decades ago. Michael will be a hero to many for generations, but he will always live with the controversy.
We here at Common Sense Conspiracy find it to be infinitely more likely that this documentary is a grotesque opportunity for a few select people to cash in on tragedy and abusive relationships that involve the most famous man of any of our lifetimes. That is much more palatable than an Illuminati late hit job theory.
Still, we are open to suggestions here. What do you think? Is this authentic? Why did these people lie to protect Michael earlier? Why come forward now? What did they have to gain?