The Secret Truth About Michael Jackson’s Anti-Jewish Beliefs, and His Connection With the Artist Formerly Known as Kanye West

If you feel as though you woke up one morning in the middle of an episode of “The Twilight Zone,” don’t worry – you’re not alone. As a matter of fact, Alex Jones said as much on the December 1st, 2022 InfoWars show, where he was joined in his Texas studios by Nicholas J. Fuentes and Ye, the artist formerly known as Kanye West.

During the interview Ye talked a lot about how pornography destroys marriages, he expounded on the virtues of temperance with regard to alcohol and drugs, and he made it clear that we need to remove sin from our lives and strive to put Jesus at the center of our hearts. The media isn’t covering any of those comments, however. Instead, they are hyper-focused on the comments he made about Hitler.

“I see good things about Hitler also. I love everyone,” the masked artist said. “Every human being has something of value that they brought to the table, especially Hitler.” He said that “Jesus can save everyone,” and “I love Jewish people.”

Alex Jones was obviously shocked at the statements, as was the conservative blogosphere who began tripping over themselves, rushing to disavow a man they had championed just a few weeks prior. The comments were met with condemnations from all the usual suspects like the ADL, the Republican Jewish Coalition, and the Media, who are all saying that this is “beyond the pale,” “disgusting” and that “enough is enough.”

What very few people realize, is that Ye is actually echoing similar sentiments made by Michael Jackson almost 20 years ago when Jackson called “Hitler a genius,” called Jewish people “leeches,” and alleged that there is a “conspiracy” to exploit Black artists and musicians. These sentiments have been covered up and minimized by the media and activists in an effort to preserve their sacred cash cow.

Jackson’s life was shrouded in mystery. There’s a lot that we still don’t know about the King of Pop, but we will share what we do know at this point.

The Truth About Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson was a child star, raised by an abusive father, and exploited for monetary gain from the very beginning. As Ye stated in the now infamous Tim Pool interview, “when you become famous you stop growing. And I had handlers around, I had my mom around, and it was like you go from one handler to the next handler to the next handler…” and the same is certainly true of Michael Jackson.

Jackson never emotionally developed as a child, which is what many say led to the creation of his Neverland Ranch as well as his unusual friendships with child actors such as Macaulay Culkin. He was able to understand them, and they could understand him. Jackson was an abused child trapped in an adult body.

After his departure from the Jackson 5 in 1971, he began a solo career that completely changed music, fashion, dance, and the entire entertainment industry – forever. But, his legacy remains marred by accusations of pedophilia and child molestation that began in the early 1990s when Carrie Fisher’s dentist reportedly devised a plan to extort the King of Pop for millions of dollars.

1993 Sexual Abuse Extortion Attempt

Evan Chandler, a dentist, and aspiring screenwriter had just hit it big in 1993 when his first script turned into a movie: Robin Hood: Men In Tights. Coincidentally, this would be Dave Chappelle’s first appearance on the Silver Screen. 

Evan had divorced his wife, named June, in 1985, after having a son together named Jordan. Evan’s ex-wife, who was a huge Michael Jackson fan, had since married a man named David Schwartz.

The strange details surrounding the Chandler Family’s introduction to Jackson in 1992 is chronicled on a now-defunct blog called TurningTheTablesOnTheChandlerAllegations.com, and it is extremely complicated and convoluted, so please understand that we are barely scratching the surface in this article.

In a phone conversation recorded in the summer of 1993 Evan reveals his plan to David Schwartz. “This man is going to be humiliated beyond belief he will not believe what’s going to happen to him, beyond his worst nightmares. he will not sell one more record.” Evan continued:

“This attorney I found, I interviewed several. I picked the nastiest son of a bitch I could find. Once I make that phone call this guy is just going to destroy everybody in sight in any devious, nasty, cruel way that he can do it. And I’ve given him full authority to do that. It’ll be a massacre if I don’t get what I want. If I go through with this I win big time… I will get everything I want and they will be totally destroyed forever. June is going to lose (their son) Jordy. She will have no right to ever see him again. That’s a fact, Dave. Michael’s career will be over.”

Evan Chandler speaking with David Schwartz

David asks Evan: “Does that help Jordy?” Evan replied, “That’s irrelevant to me.”

Evan’s lawyer, Barry Rothman went on to consult a Beverly Hills psychiatrist who had never met his son Jordan, named Dr. Mathis Abrams, who wrote a letter that stated: “reasonable suspicion would exist that sexual abuse may have occurred.” 

It was at this point that Jordan’s father Evan drugged his own son with barbiturates in order to procure a “confession” that Jackson had molested him. Armed with this “confession” Evan leveled the allegations against Jackson.

Although there was no evidence, and Jackson vehemently denied the allegations, he went on to cut a deal with Chandler for $20 Million in 1994 in an attempt to make him go away.

Every person involved with this extortion scheme, the boy’s father Evan Chandler, the step-father David Schwartz, Chandler’s lawyer Barry Rothman, and the Beverly Hills psychiatrist Dr. Mathias Abrams were all (coincidentally) Jewish.

Evan Chandler “committed suicide” just weeks after Jackson’s Murder in 2009.

A Change In Tone And The First Allegations of Anti-Semitism

Jackson, who just 4 years prior in 1991 had written and released a song called “Heal the World” which was named after the Jewish doctrine of “Tikkun Olam,” had begun to change his tune.

Following the abuse/extortion debacle, Jackson released a new song on his 1995 album HIStory called “They Don’t Care About Us” which featured the lyrics:

Beat me, hate me
You can never break me
Will me, thrill me
You can never kill me
Jew me, sue me
Everybody, do me
Kick me, kike me

Don’t you black or white me

All I wanna say is that they don’t really care about us
All I wanna say is that they don’t really care about us

They Don’t Care About Us – Lyrics by Michael Jackson

Jackson received backlash in the entertainment due to the lyrics and was prevented from filming the music video in the United States. Instead, he flew Spike Lee and a production crew to Brazil to get around the ban. In addition to the controversial lyrics, Jackson appears to have turned a Roman Salute into a dance move.

The Anti-Defamation League issued a condemnation of Jackson’s new song, calling it anti-Semitic, and Jackson apologized, eventually removing the controversial lines from the song, and re-filming the music video in a prison.

HIStory World Tour

Although Jackson censored the “objectionable” lyrics in “They Don’t Care About Us” during his 1996-97 world tour, his fashion style began to become more militarized and almost neo-fascist in its aesthetics.

Bulletproof vests, riot shields, and military costumes that according to The Sun “allegedly… resembled that of Nazi soldiers.”

Jackson Introduced to the “Rockstar Rabbi”

It was at this point in the late 90s and early 2000’s that Jackson was introduced to Rabbi Shmuley Boteach.

According to LA Weekly, “Boteach met Jackson through a mutual friend.” At the time of writing, we are unaware of who the mutual friend was, and what that person’s motivations were, but it seems possible to us that this “friend” may have been concerned with the direction that Jackson was taking, and wanted Boteach to “influence” the troubled pop star.

Jacob Shmuel Boteach, the “Rockstar Rabbi,” is an “American Orthodox Jewish Rabbi,” author, and television host, who has written books titled “Kosher Jesus,” “Kosher Lust,” as well as “Kosher Sex,” excerpts of which were serialized and published by Playboy Magazine in 1998.

In 1988, Schmuley served as an emissary for Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, also known as “the Rebbe” whose gravesite was famously visited the evening before Donald Trump’s 2016 election by Jared Kushner and Ivanka, to ask for a blessing in the upcoming election.

Boteach has participated in extensive political work and even ran for office. He currently serves as executive director of the “World Values Network” which is described by Wikipedia as a “Jewish pro-Israel non-profit organization that he established in 2007.” As a part of its outreach, the World Values Network has hosted many political speakers such as Cory Brooker, Ted Cruz, Ron DeSantis, Tulsi Gabbard, Dr. Oz, Jeanine Pirro, and dozens of others to collect donations to fund newspaper advertisements to draw attention to antisemitism and anti-Israel bias.

One such newspaper campaign was targeted to attack the New Zealand singer Lorde, who in 2018 canceled a concert in Tel Aviv as a part of the BDS movement. The organization spent over $1.3 million dollars on such program expenses between 2016 and 2018.

Boteach is permissive of homosexual relationships, supporting “civil unions” stating in a Jerusalem Post op-ed “There are 613 commandments in the Torah… So when Jewish gay couples tell me they have never been attracted to members of the opposite sex and are desperate alone, I tell them “You have 611 commandments left. That should keep you busy. Now, go create a kosher home… you are His beloved children.”

The activist Rabbi, speaking about the Covid-19 pandemic found it “very upsetting when religious leaders don’t shut down their synagogues, churches, or mosques because they believe that prayer is more important than preserving life.”

Jackson Calls Hitler “A Genius”

During this time Boteach hosted Jackson at his house for Shabbat dinners and conversations which according to a posthumously released book, the Rabbi asked Jackson [for what reason we don’t know] “if you had an hour with Hitler you [think you] could somehow touch something inside of him?”

To which Jackson replied: “Absolutely. I know I could. Nobody is all evil.” Jackson also remarked that “Hitler was a genius orator.”

Boteach went on to defend Jackson’s statements in an op-ed published by the Huffington Post in 2009 saying “not only is there nothing controversial in what Michael is saying, but the point has been made by countless authoritative historians. Hitler was a master showman.” He continued, saying “It is very surprising that such a straightforward comment has become so controversial.”

Of course, Boteach states that he had “written several columns refuting the idea that Michael was ever an anti-Semite. Indeed, I always considered him a loving friend of the Jewish people.”

A Dubious Charity

Shmuley and Jackson had created a charity called “Heal the Kids,” which was ostensibly founded to give aid to children in need. However, some industry insiders believed it could have served as a passthrough to essentially pay off the Rabbi for good publicity, spending $117,455 to host two lectures, one of them at Oxford University where Schmuley was stationed. According to the New York Post another $297,259 was “spent on salaries, benefits and ‘consulting’ $50,264 on a now-defunct Web site; and $103,583 on ‘promotional’ costs among other overhead costs.”

According to the Post, one ex-supporter said “For all the work Michael says he did for children, we never saw it.” 

The “friendship” between Jackson and Schmuley barely lasted 2 years, eventually fizzling out completely between 2002 and 2003, with the Rabbi quoted as saying saying “I’m not hanging around if I can’t influence you positively.”

Knowing what we know now about the Zionist activism of the “Rockstar Rabbi,” it seems very plausible that Boteach was running cover for Jackson, initially dismissing the fabricated claims of child molestation and anti-semitism, in order to keep the superstar’s career alive and profitable for the record companies, only to turn around after the King of Pop’s death, giving comment to the press as a “close friend” which cast doubt on the superstar’s legacy.

Jackson Goes To War With The Music Industry

Following the failed attempts at positive PR, Jackson was faced with a never-ending wave of accusations of pedophilia and molestation. Jackson eventually was acquitted of the charges. Coincidentally, during this second round of allegations, Sony was underhandedly attempting to restructure and steal Jackson’s extensive music catalog from him. The royalties paid out for the rights to play this music on streaming services and radio stations are extremely lucrative and have generated over $4 Billion during Jackson’s life alone.

Jackson purchased the ATV Music catalog in 1984, which included almost every song written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, and in 1995 Jackson created Sony/ATV following a merger. This made Sony/ATV the largest music publisher in the world, and Michael Jackson owned it.

Following the release of Jackson’s album Invincible, Jackson had begun to speak publicly about what was happening not only to him but to other Black artists in the music industry at the hands of the corporations and the executives that led them.

“The record companies really, really do conspire against the artists,” Jackson said at a public event in Harlem in 2002. “They steal, they cheat, they do whatever they can. Especially against the black artists.”

“From Sammy Davis Junior, to James Brown, to Jackie Wilson, to Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly. The story is usually the same though. These guys worked really hard at their craft, for the story ends the same. They are usually broken, torn and usually just sad, because the companies take advantage of them, they really do.”

Michael Jackson

Jackson took particular aim at Sony’s chairman Tommy Mottola, saying “Tommy Mottola is a Devil.”

Tommy Mottola was born to an Italian family in the Bronx, and entered the music scene in the mid-1960s under the stage name “T.D. Valentine.” His career as a performer never took off, but he eventually found his way into management, eventually starting his own management company, Champion Entertainment Organization. Mottola converted to Judaism in 1971 to marry his first wife, Lisa Clark, the daughter of ABC Records head Sam Clark.

On July 22, 2002, Stanley Crouch, a Black author, and a notable Jazz critic, wrote an article published in the New York Observer titled Why I Buy His Story. The article lays bare the truth of this conflict from the perspective of the Black community and substantiates Jackson’s claims. We will be quoting extensively from Crouch’s article:

He called Sony Music chairman Tommy Mottola a racist and a “devil” who privately describes certain black artists as “niggers.” Mr. Jackson also asserted that his many media scandals have been part of a conspiracy to keep him from sustaining the power that, by all rights, should have come with having broken the records of Elvis Presley and the Beatles. His career, according to Mr. Jackson, is nothing but a contemporary version of all that has happened to black people in the music business since recordings started bringing in big money and the exploitation of black performers and composers began.

Some wonder if, even though Mr. Mottola is Italian*, Mr. Jackson’s battle is no more than a coded version of the conflict between black entertainers and Jewish executives in the recording business. Black-Jewish conflict is an old favorite, but I find it odd that so much is made of the many Jews at high levels in the music or movie business. Any mention of this is supposed to be an anti-Semitic remark.

I don’t get it. Jews do seem to run most of the entertainment business-but that would still mean that you’re talking about no more than 50 to 100 people in top executive positions, almost all of whom would no doubt cut the throats of the rest for larger market shares. After all, they are businesspeople, and the world of business, no matter the religious background or ethnic culture of the players, can warm you one moment and freeze you out the next. Besides that, Jewish executives, like black basketball players, represent far, far less than 1 percent of “their” people, since there are six million Jews in America. So I don’t get it. On that level.

Stanley Crouch – Why I Buy His Story

*Mottola converted to judaism in 1971, a fact Crouch may not have been aware of.

Interestingly enough, the New York Observer was purchased by tax cheat Charles Kushner as a Graduation present for Jared Kushner in 2006 when he was just 25 years old. The newspaper ended its print edition and became an online-only publication on November 9th, 2016, the day after Kushner’s father-in-law Donald Trump became president.

Jackson and the Nation of Islam

In 2003, Jackson teamed up with the Nation of Islam and Louis Farrakhan in order to re-negotiate his record deal.

Minister Louis Farrakhan & Michael Jackson

In a New York Times article by Sharon Waxman, an anonymous business associate claimed that Farrakhan was “basically brainwashing him,” continuing that “They tried to do the same thing to Whitney Houston.”

The Nation of Islam, which is a Black Nationalist group has been critical of the way Black artists, athletes, and entertainers have been treated by corporations and executives, frequently drawing criticism from groups like the Anti-Defamation League for being “anti-semitic.”

Farrakhan, or “The Minister” has been sought out by many Black leaders for counsel and support, including Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, and Prince.

Coincidentally, all three of them have died or been murdered under suspicious circumstances.

More recently, The Minister has been sought out by Ye, Kyrie Irving, DeSean Jackson, Nick Cannon, and Ice Cube to name a few. All of them have been accused of making anti-semitic remarks by the ADL and the media.

In a 2021 episode of The Breakfast Club podcast, singer Stephanie Mills revealed to Charlemagne that Jackson actually wanted to leave the rights to his music, and the income derived from royalties to the Nation of Islam, but the Minister turned him down.

“It is Conspiracy. The Jews Do It On Purpose.”

Following Jackson’s battle against Tommy Mottola, Jackson became embroiled in controversy again when in 2005 a recording of a phone call between Jackson and one of his lawyers made its way to the press.

“They suck. They’re like leeches. I’m so tired of, you start out the most popular person in the world, make a lot of money – big house, cars and everything. End up with penniless. It is a conspiracy. The Jews do it on purpose.”

Michael Jackson

Following the publication of this taped phone call, the Anti-Defamation League again called for Jackson to apologize, saying this time that he “has an anti-Semitic streak.”

Abraham Foxman, the director of the ADL continued, saying “every time he has a problem in his life, he blames the Jews. It is sad that Jackson is infected with classically stereotypical ideas of Jews as all-powerful, money-grabbing, and manipulative…”

When Jackson died, his murderer Conrad Murray appeared on CNN. The headline reads “Conrad Murray: Jackson was Penniless.

A Deeper Connection

Besides music, fashion, and mutual condemnations from groups like the ADL, Jackson and Ye share an even deeper connection.

Shortly after the release of Ye’s album Graduation, The artist formerly known as Kanye West actually sat down with the King of Pop, in the home of cutthroat music mogul Lyor Cohen.

Ye said that it was actually Jackson that encouraged him to start singing more in his music.

Jackson has been mentioned in Ye’s music dozens of times as well. One example can be found in Ye’s song Chain Heavy when he says:

I am the day Ice Cube met Michael Jackson
Keep ’em away, hanh! Something might happen
This is the makin’ of a masterpiece
So we broke out the chains and told the master, “Peace!”

Kanye West – Chain Heavy

Ye also mentions Jackson in his verse on Chief Keef’s song Don’t Like.

The media crucify me like they did Christ
They want to find me not breathin’ like they found Mike.

Kanye West – Don’t Like

One thing is certain in all of this. The views Ye expressed on the Alex Jones show were not created in a vacuum, and they are not the result of his association with Nicholas J. Fuentes or Milo. They seem to be views shared by many Black artists & entertainers who have had first-hand experiences with the cutthroat businessmen and executives at the top of the record industry.

As Christians it is important to remember that we must pray for one another, and we must especially pray for Ye.

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