Michael Jackson’s Children Attend Local Kingdom Hall Of Jehovah’s Witnesses With Aunt


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    M kurtbethel posted Fri, 17 Jul 2009 17:54:00 GMT(7/17/2009)

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    Raising another generation in the "truth".

    welcome to pedophile heaven

    M asilentone posted Fri, 17 Jul 2009 19:12:00 GMT(7/17/2009)

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    we need more comments on that link. I see too many pro jw comments there.

    Will Power posted Fri, 17 Jul 2009 19:24:00 GMT(7/17/2009)

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    can't even read them -

    SOMEONE SHOULD POST THAT JESUS ISN'T THEIR MEDIATOR! - for other christians reading and FOR JWS who don't know!

    that might shut them up for a minute

    WuzLovesDubs posted Fri, 17 Jul 2009 21:42:00 GMT(7/17/2009)

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    They need that cult controlling their lives right now like a HOLE IN THE HEAD. If Michael wanted his kids raised JWs he would have made arrangements for them to go to the hall with their aunt and grandmother a long time ago.

    Now Im hoping Debbie DOES get custody so they dont have to have THEIR childhoods ruined like their dads!

    Will Power posted Fri, 17 Jul 2009 22:23:00 GMT(7/17/2009)

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    how about this poster

    I have heard a lot about Catholics that are pedophiles
    there is like one in every news. how many do you hear that are Jehovah’s Witness??? WOW NONE!!!!!!!!!!


    July 17, 2009 at 3:17 pm


    M frozen one posted Fri, 17 Jul 2009 22:26:00 GMT(7/17/2009)

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    The Today Show had a segment about the photo. The reporter called the Kingdom Hall a "Jehovah's Witness church," a term that bugs many jw's.


    M treadnh2o posted Sat, 18 Jul 2009 00:02:00 GMT(7/18/2009)

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    To be fair...

    The JW's are far less "crazy" than what they have been exposed to.

    Keep in mind they are just innocent kids. Any stability will help them.

    As for the pedophile comments, I would let my kids go to the KH before I would let them sleep at MJ's house.

    F Scarred for life posted Sat, 18 Jul 2009 04:12:00 GMT(7/18/2009)

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    This is probably the saddest, most nauseating thing I have seen in many years. These beautiful children being taken to a Kingdom Hall for regular brainwashing. I'm sure that Michael Jackson did not want this. He rejected this cult. He wanted his children to have freedom and creativity and art in their lives.

    I disagree with the above posters that think this is possible a positive stable influence in their lives. It wasn't for me in my childhood. It was a negative soul killer.

    They've lost their father suddenly and tragically. Now they're dragged into this mind-control garbage. I fear especially for the 7 year old.

    F orangefatcat posted Sat, 18 Jul 2009 06:18:00 GMT(7/18/2009)

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    Here is the way I feel about the situation. The children should be given a chance to chose for themselves if they want to go to a KH or not. It is true Michael didn' t encourage his kids to become involved with the JW's which is a good thing.

    Their aunt shouldn't force them to go to the Hall either. I hope that Michael's sisters are watching out for the children. At least she wouldn't send them to the JW's Kingdom Halls or churches as some say.

    These young ones need a childhood free of fear not like what the WTS does to every child like scaring them and putting fear in their hearts and minds instead of love of God. I try to imagine Jesus Christ sitting down under a large tree maybe he is sitting on a huge log and all around him are young children and they are all over Jesus giggling and having a grand time. And then after a while Jesus sits with them and tells them great stories from the time of Adam and Eve or Noah or how about the tower of Babel. You see there is a place for everything a proper time. A time to play, a time to study, a time to cry a time to laugh, ........that is how our Lord taught children, he didn't scare them half to death. He loved children and tenderly took great interest in them for He knew of their innocense and their eagerness to please others. Given half a chance children can turn out to be truly beautiful God fearing children, like those in the bible, ex of Daniel, and the three Hebrews and how God preserved them in times of need or anytime.

    Children are very special they are a gift from God, an inheritance, and so with lot of love and kindness we can reach the heart of children and then they can decide if they wish to worship God. Not JW's though as they are a cult as we all know. But rather a loving and caring God and one who wants to tenderly care for them.

    Whatever happens to Michaels children I hope that they have a wonderful life and they will become young upstanding youths who would make any parent proud to say these are my children and they are a gift from God.



    F FlyingHighNow posted Sat, 18 Jul 2009 06:28:00 GMT(7/18/2009)

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    I received this message from an old high school friend who was never a JW, but knows that I was for 10 years after high school.

    What did you think about poor little Paris, Prince Michael and Blanket being taken to the kingdom hall and it was said they are going to get them some religion. Haven't they been through enough?
    WTWizard posted Sat, 18 Jul 2009 13:31:00 GMT(7/18/2009)

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    This is exactly what the witlesses wanted. The mother fought for the children just like the religion wants, and now she has them. The crooked lawyers (the same ones that are in place to plunge the whole world into the Second Dark Ages when the time comes) made sure the children were going to be raised as witlesses, and nothing either they or their aunts/uncles say or do will extricate them from being raised as witlesses.

    I am sure this is going to be a disaster. Michael's death was enough, but nothing that doesn't happen in the world. But, now they are going to lose all their fun on top of that. They will be wasting all of every weekend, afternoon, and vacation time out in field circus. They are going to be dragged to the Kingdumb Hell to sit still for hours at a time. No more fun vacations for those children. No more Christmas or birthdays. No more having plenty of time to work on homework. No more going away for the weekend. No more nothing--except boasting sessions, reading that f***ing Washtowel and Kingdumb Misery every week, field circus, and worrying about everything in the world being demonized.

    If only Debbie would have gotten the children--or Aunt Janet (who, I understand, is disfellowshipped and not interested in going back)...

    M lrkr posted Sat, 18 Jul 2009 15:18:00 GMT(7/18/2009)

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    Let them go to the KH- then they can all write great tell-all books in a few years.

    M Black Sheep posted Sat, 18 Jul 2009 15:39:00 GMT(7/18/2009)

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    How many children did Katherine have?

    How many of them are Jehovah's Witlesses?

    Is her batting average better than the national average of 30 something percent, found by the pew forum?

    Now that most of her children are ex-JWs, what are her chances of bringing Mike's kids up without them questioning the WT's ever increasing paranoia?

    One day Mike's kids will Google 'Jehovah's Witnesses' like I did.

    When that happens, I don't want to be the one who has just posted a load of vitriolic crap about their father.

    We should all be ready with a question to ask the child of a Jehovah's Witness that has had the courage to knock on our door.

    It makes no difference if it is Michael's kid, or anyone else's kid, or maybe even a child of another cult that we didn't expect a visit from.

    Do you have your question ready?

    M treadnh2o posted Sat, 18 Jul 2009 16:47:00 GMT(7/18/2009)

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    They went to the Kingdom Hall once.

    I understand that most of us, including myself, have been damaged by this religion.

    But seriously, a couple times in the KH isn't going to wreck their lives.

    Most "wordly" people just consider this a continuation of the wackiness of the Jackson family.

    This is just another connection between crazy people and JW's

    M Black Sheep posted Sat, 18 Jul 2009 16:55:00 GMT(7/18/2009)

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    But seriously, a couple times in the KH isn't going to wreck their lives.

    It's the BS that gets them into the hall that does the damage.

    Don't bother pretending that high control cults don't damage children.

    When you do that, you become a part of the problem rather than a part of the solution.



    M treadnh2o posted Sat, 18 Jul 2009 17:53:00 GMT(7/18/2009)

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    I was born and raised in.

    I have 3 kids under 10 years old that go with Mom.

    I realize the damage that is being done and spend all my energies getting them out in what I consider to be the least damaging way I can.

    My point is, "They went once"

    They are not part of this cult. One time will not damage them beyond repair.

    I am someone who has nothing nice to say about this religion.

    However, to automatically assume these kids are now damaged goods for going to a KH one time, contributes to those who say us "apostates" are crazy.

    And to your statement that I am contributing to the problem could not be further from the truth. I have stated before I have helped 2 people leave this religion and 1 stop studying in the last 6 months. These people only listened because my arguments were sensible.

    Now if MJ's kids are in the custody of an active JW, I could see having a completely different viewpoint.

    F loosie posted Sat, 18 Jul 2009 18:27:00 GMT(7/18/2009)

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    Oh I can't stand some of the reasoning on that thread. Some of the jw posters are so misguided.

    sweetface2233 posted Sat, 18 Jul 2009 19:19:00 GMT(7/18/2009)

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    I commend "Alex" for his research and comments. Too bad that his proof was too outdated for anyone to take seriously. A false teaching is a false teaching, no matter when it was being taught. "Alex", if you post here, please know that I am very impressed w/ your tact and grace in taking a stand in a thread full of posters who refuse to listen to things that they don't want to hear.

    Did you guys read where Tracey Ricks Foster wrote that Michael's kids will get "unconditional love" from their JW grandmother? That's weird, cause I've never met a JW, and I include my mother and brother, whose love wasn't based solely on my meeting attendance and hours spent in service.

    That being said, I feel that Michael's mother raising the children were obviously his wishes and that they should be respected. I know that if I ever have children (biological or adopted), the way that I raise and/or choose for them to be raised, if I were to die while they were still minors, would be no one's business but mine and the person/s whom I would choose to care for them. What they decide to do w/ their lives after they become adults is a decision that they get to make for themselves and, no matter what it may be, should also be respected.

    WuzLovesDubs posted Sat, 18 Jul 2009 19:43:00 GMT(7/18/2009)

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    how about this poster

    I have heard a lot about Catholics that are pedophiles
    there is like one in every news. how many do you hear that are Jehovah’s Witness??? WOW NONE!!!!!!!!!!



    F loosie posted Mon, 20 Jul 2009 01:10:00 GMT(7/20/2009)

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    I replied to that person with a link to Rick McLean on americas most wanted.


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