May 10, 2011: Only A Few Signatures Away... PDF Print E-mail

 

... from the goal to collect as many as 1,000 for the 'Grammys Should Honor Michael Jackson With Humanitarian Award' petition sponsored by D. Earle, and addressed to all admirers and friends of Michael's.

At this particular time, only 53 more signatures are needed to help achieve this ambitious objective. One of the truly significant, noticeable endeavors you, guys, have succeeded in accomplishing for Michael over these past couple of years. ...

If you haven't yet contributed your signature and wish to do so, please click on the link below:

http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/grammys-should-honor-michael-jackson-with-humanitarian-award/

 

Kind regards,

The Silenced Truth Team

 

 

 

 

 
May 9, 2011: A Few More Words for Notice....... PDF Print E-mail

 

 

“I hadn't wished to address this, because I find it hard to accept that people think this way, but... it saddens me to read tweets that believe Michael is still alive. He is not. Pls stop hurting yourselves with this false belief. I have compassion for those whose denial misinforms them, but this increasing hoax talk is wrong and helps no-one. Love you all. […] It is distressing how 'believers' interpret anything as a 'sign' & read between lines that do not exist. I can't give this any more attention. It is a false debate that forgets that Michael would never, ever so cruelly hoax the fans he loved. First and foremost, (…) nor would he torture his own children... […] I don't judge. I just wish I could stop their pain. It breaks my heart to see them hold on to a fantasy.”

[Jermaine Jackson, Michael Jackson's brother, via his Twitter account (4, 5 May, 2011): http://twitter.com/#!/jermjackson5]

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April 22, 2011: Easter Thoughts and Greetings... PDF Print E-mail

 

 

Dear ones,

 

As we are swiftly approaching one of the holiest and central feasts of the year, on this Good Friday, let us take a moment and reflect on the Passion of Jesus, and pray and be thankful for all that He has endured for us.. For being crucified for us, suffering many injustices and unspeakable humiliation. .. We, thus, must remember, in our perfectly humane imperfectness, to always show graciousness for both the blissful moments beautifying our lives, as well as those shaking us to the core. .. In savoring the joys, we could be sharing them with those who need them the most, and God's smile down on such blessed gloriousness will unmistakably shine brightly. In coping with and accepting  the difficult times, we are blessed to be experiencing, however highly or modestly, the humbling agony of Christ on His Cross. Try to always believe and remember that. .

...We are not here to be holding Christian discourses and act superior to others, we are, like many of you, seeking and sharing drops and waves of knowledge and comfort with one another that the science of man could not replicate, and even does its best to dispute their truth. ...

Resurrection Sunday this end of the week will stand as yet another reminder of how the miracle of rebirth is possible for/within each of us alongside Jesus, if we accept Him completely in our souls and heed His teachings to the best of our strength. .. He is supreme.

Wishing you and yours a Happy Easter rich in light and love and caring! Sincerely. ...

 

Until next time...

 

Kind regards,

The Silenced Truth Team

 

 
May 7, 2011: Too Little, Too Late...? PDF Print E-mail

 

Authorities: There's Never Been Evidence Michael Jackson Was A Pedophile

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With Katherine Jackson ratcheting up the debate about her son Michael Jackson's relationship with children by saying he was no child molester, a well-placed government source tells RadarOnline she's right.

"The Los Angeles Department of Children and Family Services absolutely agrees with Katherine that her son never molested any child in cases the department investigated," a source told RadarOnline.

Michael Jackson was investigated by DCFS on and off for at least 10 years. The department undertook a first extensive investigation of allegations made by an underage accuser in 1993.

"Michael was fully cooperative during all of his interactions with DCFS," the source said. "Michael was interviewed for hours without his lawyer. He held nothing back. He couldn't understand why these allegations were being made against him. DCFS cleared him on any wrongdoing in ALL investigations.

"Did Michael put himself in precarious situations that most normal people wouldn't? Absolutely . . . The questioning was very, very hard on Michael, he just couldn't fathom that anyone could accuse him of being a child molester."

Another accuser, in 2005, "had absolutely no credibility," the source said. "There were differing accounts of what happened from the accuser and his family members."

Los Angeles' DCFS also investigated claims of abuse last year involving Michael Jackson's three children. Michael's nephew, Jaafar, allegedly used a stun gun on Michael's son, Blanket. After an extensive investigation, DCFS again took no action in the 2010 stun gun incident.

"Katherine was questioned by officials from the department, and as always, she was cooperative but saddened," the source said. "Katherine feels that her family has been targeted by opportunists over the years, and she just hopes that was the last time she ever has to go through that."

www.radaronline.com

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Moreover, declassified FBI documents (in the December of 2009) support Jackson's innocence. Although media outlets have scarcely reported on this issue plaguing the entertainer and his credibility for years, to this day, he has not entirely been exonerated in the eyes of the public, a good number of which either being in two minds or dead set as far as Jackson’s innocence was concerned. As well as in spite of the favorable ruling Jackson received on June 13, 2005, when he was acquitted on all 12 charges of improper conduct towards a minor.

Please, review Charles Thompson’s remarkable journalistic piece on the afore-mentioned declassified FBI files:

http://charlesthomsonjournalist.blogspot.com/2010/01/fbi-files-support-jacksons-innocence.html

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We are hoping your Easter holidays were uplifting and luminous to all of you. ..


Kind regards,

TST Team



 
April 18, 2011: On The Water We Take For Granted.. PDF Print E-mail

 

Unclean water and a lack of basic sanitation are undermining efforts to end extreme poverty and disease in the world's poorest countries. Sub-Saharan Africa faces some of the worst deficits - 330 million people in the region lack access to clean water and 565 million lack access to proper sanitation facilities. People living in rural areas continue to be disproportionately underserved, as seven out of ten users of unimproved sanitation facilities live in rural areas.

Together, unclean water and poor sanitation are a leading cause of child mortality: an estimated 4,100 children die daily from diarrheal diseases, which are spread through poor sanitation and hygiene. As with many challenges in development, women and girls are disproportionately impacted by scarcities of clean water and adequate sanitation. Women are more than twice as likely as men to be responsible for water collection. On average, women in the developing world walk six kilometers each day to collect water, time which could be spent in school or at work. And studies show that more than half of girls who drop out of primary school in sub-Saharan Africa do so because of a lack of separate toilets and easy access to safe water. The effects of lack of access to water and sanitation have a macroeconomic impact as well. In total, the World Health Organization estimates that 40 billion working hours are spent collecting water each year in Africa - comparable to a year's labor for the entire workforce of France.

Read more: http://www.one.org/c/international/issuebrief/1034/

 

Kind regards...

TST Team


 

 
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