Saturday, August 29, 2009

Michael Jackson KILLED by oligarch

Guess what...

Jackson died at the hands of a doctor hired by George W Bush supporter right-wing christian fundamentalist oligarch Anschutz

Nobody paid the doctor!!
Nobody paid the doctor!!
Nobody paid the doctor!!

CIA mossad alert! Was Michael planning a political show? Did he plan to put on stage the Bush-NeoCon-war-crimes or even the inside job of 911? Did Michael plan to mention Palestine, the palestinians, Israel's massacres?

Ranked by Forbes as the 31st richest person in the USA, investment banking, rail and petroleum (oil) owner .. Anschutz has not lost a penny on the cancelled concerts in London. 40 million punds he did not need to refund, He printed "souvenir tickets" instead.

ABC NEWS: Aug 26 2009 9:02am EDT

AEG Distances Itself From Michael Jackson's Doctor

AEG would like you know that it did not pay Dr. Conrad Murray, Michael Jackson's personal physician.

A spokesperson for the usually press shy company owned by Philip Anschutz, told ABC News that it did not pay Dr. Murray, who allegedly dispensed the Propofol that killed the singer. Jackson's death is now being called a homicide.

No wonder AEG wants to distance itself from the man investigators are talking to.

"Murray was never hired and never paid by AEG," the spokesman told ABC News' Russell Goldman. The spokesman clarified that, "Conrad Murray was Michael Jackson's personal physician for three years... Michael Jackson requested Murray be put on as part of the show. Murray, however, had yet to be hired. Discussions were along the way for a completed contract. Murray had signed the contract, however, neither Michael Jackson nor AEG had signed the contract."

Several news organizations (including have mentioned the Murray-AEG connection in their coverage of the singer's death.

As far back as June, AEG tried to clarify its relationship with Murray. Randy Phillips, president and CEO of AEG Live told reporters from the London Telegraph that Jackson "insisted" on Murray being his doctor during the AEG-sponsored comeback concert run in London despite the company's claim that "some of the best doctors in the world are in London." Philips also told Billboard in July that Jackson had had a "close to five hour" physical as part of his contract with AEG and that, "[W]e were told that he passed with flying colors."

According to reports, Murray was supposed to be paid $150,000 per month to care for Jackson.


Although they did not immediately suspect foul play, by the day after Jackson's death the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) began to investigate the unusual and high-profile case.[32] Because the LAPD did not secure Jackson's home, and allowed the Jackson family access to it, before returning to remove certain items, the department raised concerns by some observers that the chain of custody had been broken.

In 1984 he entered the railroad business by purchasing the Rio Grande Railroad's holding company, Rio Grande Industries. Four years later, in 1988, the Rio Grande railroad purchased the Southern Pacific Railroad under his direction. With the merger of the Southern Pacific and Union Pacific Corporation in September 1996, Anschutz became Vice-Chairman of Union Pacific. Prior to the merger, he was a Director of Southern Pacific from June 1988 to September 1996, and Non-Executive Chairman of Southern Pacific from 1993 to September 1996. He was also a Director of Forest Oil Corporation, beginning in 1995. In November 1993 he became Director and Chairman of the Board of Qwest, stepping down as a nonexecutive co-chairman in 2002, but remaining on the board. He has also been a Director for Pacific Energy Partners and served on the boards of the American Petroleum Institute, in Washington, D.C. and the National Petroleum Council in Washington, D.C.

On August 24, a search warrant affidavit sworn by a Los Angeles detective was made public.[46] The affadavit indicated that authorities are considering a potential manslaughter charge. According to the affidavit, Jackson "was very familiar with" propofol "and referred to it as his 'milk.'"[47] On August 28, the Los Angeles County Coroner made an official statement classifying Jackson's death as a homicide. The coroner stated that Jackson died from the combination of drugs in his body, with propofol and the sedative lorazepam playing the largest role.
On June 26, police towed away a car used by Conrad Murray, stating that it might contain medication or other evidence.

Activist and minister Jesse Jackson, a friend of Michael Jackson's family, said that the family was concerned about Murray's role. "They have good reason to be", Jackson said, "he left the scene."[50] Over the next few weeks, law enforcement grew increasingly concerned about the doctor, and on July 22 detectives searched Murray's medical office and storage unit in Houston, removing items such as a computer and two hard drives, contact lists and a hospital suspension notice.[51] On the 27th, an anonymous source reported that Murray had administered propofol within 24 hours of Jackson's death

The following day, the ABC News program Nightline reported that investigators had searched Murray's home and office in Las Vegas, and that Murray had become the primary focus of the investigation.

Jackson's family raised questions about the role of AEG Live, the This Is It concert promoter, in the last few weeks of Jackson's life. The family wished to see an investigation into the role of the personal advisers and representatives whom the family believed had been put in place for Jackson by the promoter.[50] Meanwhile, Jackson's sister La Toya suspected that Jackson might have been administered an ultimately lethal dose of drugs by "a shadowy entourage" of handlers who had used the drugs to alter and exploit Jackson's moods.
La Toya Jackson indicated that the family would file a lawsuit against anyone they believed responsible for Michael's death, as well as push for criminal charges.

Anschutz owns or has major interests in about 100 companies, including the following:

* Anschutz Entertainment Group, which has stakes in two U.S. soccer teams, including the MLS's Los Angeles Galaxy and Houston Dynamo; the NHL's Los Angeles Kings; the AHL's Manchester Monarchs; the ECHL's Reading Royals; the NBA's Los Angeles Lakers; Staples Center; Home Depot Center; Major League Lacrosse LA Riptide; the Swedish soccer team Hammarby IF, Swedish hockey team Djurgårdens IF; the German ice hockey teams Hamburg Freezers and Eisbären Berlin; and the Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles. In the UK they own the Manchester Evening News Arena, the London Arena, and the Millennium Dome which has been redeveloped as a multi-purpose arena under the name "The O2".
* Anschutz Film Group (reorganized Crusader Entertainment now known as Bristol Bay Productions and Walden Media). Involved in the production of the movie Atlas Shrugged, and previously involved in the production of the movie Holes in 2003 and the commercially successful The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe in 2005.

* Forest Oil
* Pacific Energy Group
* 17% stake in Qwest Communications, which became a Baby Bell upon the purchase of US West
* Regal Entertainment Group, the largest movie theater chain in the world with approximately 6,000 screens. Anschutz owns more than half of the company, which is a collection of former bankrupt chains.
* Union Pacific Railroad (Anschutz is the company's largest shareholder, with a 6% stake.)
* Clarity Media Group, a Denver-based Publishing Group which includes:[11]
o The San Francisco Examiner (purchased in 2004)
o The Washington Examiner, which was spun off from a number of D.C. area suburban dailies.
o The Baltimore Examiner, which launched in April 2006 and was shut down in early 2009. (Anschutz has trademarked the name "Examiner" in more than sixty cities.)
o, a hyper-local web portal where citizen journalists write on local topics, from news to blog-like stories.
o The Weekly Standard (purchased in 2009) William Kristol Neoconservative neofascist leo strauss
* The Oil & Gas Asset Clearinghouse, which is an auction company designed for the Oil & Gas Business

* NRC Broadcasting, which owns a string of radio stations in Colorado.

* Anschutz brought David Beckham to the United States. Beckham is now employed by Galaxy Media and plays on an Anschutz-owned soccer team, Los Angeles Galaxy of Major League Soccer.
* The Anschutz Investment Company purchased LightEdge Solutions in February 2008. LightEdge is a business-to-business hosted services provider focused on Wide-Area-Networking, Voice-over-IP, Hosted Microsoft applications (Exchange, OCS, SharePoint), hosted servers/storage collocation cage and rackspace and Business Continuity Services.

* On June 17, 2009, The Washington Examiner confirmed that the Examiner's parent company Clarity Media Group has purchased the Weekly Standard.

Anschutz, a Republican donor and supporter of George W. Bush's administration, has been an active patron of a number of religious and conservative causes:

* Helped fund Colorado's 1992 Amendment 2, a ballot initiative designed to overturn local and state laws that prohibit discrimination against individuals on the basis of sexual orientation.[13]
* Helped fund the Discovery Institute, a think tank based in Seattle, Washington that promotes intelligent design and criticizes evolution. [14]
* Supported the Parents Television Council, a group that protests against what they believe to be television indecency.[14]
* Financed and distributed Christian films, such as Amazing Grace and The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, for mass audiences through his two film production companies and ownership of much of the Regal, Edwards and United Artists theater chains. In addition, as a producer Anschutz reportedly required the removal of certain material related to drug use and sex in the 2004 film Ray because he found it objectionable.[14][15]
* Financed The Foundation for a Better Life.
* In June, 2009, reports circulated that Anschutz was on the verge of purchasing the conservative American opinion magazine The Weekly Standard from Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation. The reports reasoned that, having purchased The Wall Street Journal in 2007, Murdoch's interest in the smaller publication had been less forceful.[16][17] For Anschutz' part, the magazine's editorial line would appear consonant with his political views.

Leo Strauss' Philosophy of Deception
By Jim Lobe

(Some of you have asked about further history regarding
the neo-cons. Here it is.)

Strauss is a popular figure among the neoconservatives.
Adherents of his ideas include prominent figures both
within and outside the administration. They include
'Weekly Standard' editor William Kristol; his father and
indeed the godfather of the neoconservative movement,
Irving Kristol; the new Undersecretary of Defense for
Intelligence, Stephen Cambone, a number of senior fellows
at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) (home to former
Defense Policy Board chairman Richard Perle and Lynne
Cheney), and Gary Schmitt, the director of the influential
Project for the New American Century (PNAC), which is
chaired by Kristol the Younger.

Strauss' philosophy is hardly incidental to the strategy
and mindset adopted by these men - as is obvious in
Shulsky's 1999 essay titled "Leo Strauss and the World of
Intelligence (By Which We Do Not Mean Nous)" (in Greek
philosophy the term nous denotes the highest form of
rationality). As Hersh notes in his article, Shulsky and
his co-author Schmitt "criticize America's intelligence
community for its failure to appreciate the duplicitous
nature of the regimes it deals with, its susceptibility
to social-science notions of proof, and its inability
to cope with deliberate concealment." They argued that
Strauss's idea of hidden meaning, "alerts one to the
possibility that political life may be closely linked to
deception. Indeed, it suggests that deception is the norm
in political life, and the hope, to say nothing of the
expectation, of establishing a politics that can dispense
with it is the exception."

Rule One: Deception

It's hardly surprising then why Strauss is so popular in
an administration obsessed with secrecy, especially when
it comes to matters of foreign policy. Not only did
Strauss have few qualms about using deception in politics,
he saw it as a necessity. While professing deep respect
for American democracy, Strauss believed that societies
should be hierarchical - divided between an elite who
should lead, and the masses who should follow. But unlike
fellow elitists like Plato, he was less concerned with the
moral character of these leaders. According to Shadia
Drury, who teaches politics at the University of Calgary,
Strauss believed that "those who are fit to rule are those
who realize there is no morality and that there is only
one natural right - the right of the superior to rule
over the inferior."

This dichotomy requires "perpetual deception" between the
rulers and the ruled, according to Drury. Robert Locke,
another Strauss analyst says,"The people are told what
they need to know and no more." While the elite few are
capable of absorbing the absence of any moral truth,
Strauss thought, the masses could not cope. If exposed
to the absence of absolute truth, they would quickly fall
into nihilism or anarchy, according to Drury, author of
'Leo Strauss and the American Right' (St. Martin's 1999).

Second Principle: Power of Religion

According to Drury, Strauss had a "huge contempt" for
secular democracy. Nazism, he believed, was a nihilistic
reaction to the irreligious and liberal nature of the
Weimar Republic. Among other neoconservatives, Irving
Kristol has long argued for a much greater role for
religion in the public sphere, even suggesting that the
Founding Fathers of the American Republic made a major
mistake by insisting on the separation of church and state.
And why? Because Strauss viewed religion as absolutely
essential in order to impose moral law on the masses who
otherwise would be out of control.

At the same time, he stressed that religion was for the
masses alone; the rulers need not be bound by it. Indeed,
it would be absurd if they were, since the truths proclaim-
ed by religion were "a pious fraud." As Ronald Bailey,
science correspondent for Reason magazine points out,
"Neoconservatives are pro-religion even though they them-
selves may not be believers."

"Secular society in their view is the worst possible
thing," Drury says, because it leads to individualism,
liberalism, and relativism, precisely those traits that
may promote dissent that in turn could dangerously weaken
society's ability to cope with external threats. Bailey
argues that it is this firm belief in the political utility
of religion as an "opiate of the masses" that helps explain
why secular Jews like Kristol in 'Commentary' magazine and
other neoconservative journals have allied themselves with
the Christian Right and even taken on Darwin's theory of

Third Principle: Aggressive Nationalism

Like Thomas Hobbes, Strauss believed that the inherently
aggressive nature of human beings could only be restrained
by a powerful nationalistic state. "Because mankind is
intrinsically wicked, he has to be governed," he once
wrote. "Such governance can only be established, however,
when men are united - and they can only be united against
other people."

Not surprisingly, Strauss' attitude toward foreign policy
was distinctly Machiavellian. "Strauss thinks that a
political order can be stable only if it is united by an
external threat," Drury wrote in her book. "Following
Machiavelli, he maintained that if no external threat
exists then one has to be manufactured (emphases added)."

"Perpetual war, not perpetual peace, is what Straussians
believe in," says Drury. The idea easily translates into,
in her words, an "aggressive, belligerent foreign policy,"
of the kind that has been advocated by neocon groups like
PNAC and AEI scholars - not to mention Wolfowitz and other
administration hawks who have called for a world order
dominated by U.S. military power. Strauss' neoconservative
students see foreign policy as a means to fulfill a
"national destiny" - as Irving Kristol defined it already
in 1983 - that goes far beyond the narrow confines of a
"myopic national security."

As to what a Straussian world order might look like, the
analogy was best captured by the philosopher himself in
one of his - and student Allen Bloom's - many allusions to
Gulliver's Travels. In Drury's words, "When Lilliput was on
fire, Gulliver urinated over the city, including the palace.
In so doing, he saved all of Lilliput from catastrophe, but
the Lilliputians were outraged and appalled by such a show
of disrespect."

The image encapsulates the neoconservative vision of the
United States' relationship with the rest of the world -
as well as the relationship between their relationship as
a ruling elite with the masses. "They really have no use
for liberalism and democracy, but they're conquering the
world in the name of liberalism and democracy," Drury

Michael Joseph Jackson (August 29, 1958 . June 25, 2009), known as the "King of Pop", was an American musician and one of the most commercially successful entertainers of all time.

While preparing for the This Is It concert tour in 2009, Jackson died at the age of 50 in Los Angeles, California, after suffering from cardiac arrest. His memorial service was broadcasted live around the world.

Michael Jackson suffered cardiac arrest at his home in Holmby Hills, Los Angeles, California on June 25, 2009. He was treated by paramedics at the scene, but was pronounced dead at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center

His personal physician, Conrad Murray, stated he found Jackson in bed, not breathing but with a faint pulse, and administered CPR to no avail. Initial reports indicated that Jackson died one hour after receiving an injection of pethidine (Demerol), a painkiller he had allegedly been addicted to for 20 years.[1] Murray said he did not prescribe or furnish Jackson with OxyContin.[2] Attention later turned to propofol (Diprivan), a sedative that Jackson was reported to have taken off-label for insomnia.

He had been scheduled to perform the This Is It concert tour to over one million people at London's O2 arena, from July 13, 2009 to March 6, 2010.[4] His memorial on July 7, 2009 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, where he had rehearsed for the London concerts just two days before his death, was broadcast live around the world, attracting a global audience of up to one billion people

On August 24, the Associated Press reported that an anonymous law enforcement source said that the Los Angeles County coroner had ruled Jackson's death a homicide due to the combination of drugs in his system when he died.[6] On August 28, the LA Coroner released an official statement confirming this.[7] Before his death, Jackson reportedly had been administered propofol, lorazepam and midazolam.[8] Law enforcement officials are conducting a manslaughter investigation of his personal physician, who has told investigators that he had been trying to wean Jackson off of propofol

Jackson's body was flown by helicopter to the Los Angeles Coroner's offices in Lincoln Heights, where on June 26 a three-hour autopsy was performed on behalf of the Los Angeles County Coroner by the chief medical examiner, Lakshmanan Sathyavagiswaran

The website TMZ, which broke the news of Jackson's death, wrote that Jackson used a number of aliases to secure prescription drugs, including Omar Arnold and Jack London, and the names of one of his bodyguards and an office manager. One doctor would allegedly call the pharmacy to say that Jackson was coming to get Demerol, and the pharmacy would fill the prescription with the patient's name blank.[38]

Jackson was said to have used propofol, as well as Xanax, an anxiolytic, and Zoloft, an antidepressant.[1] Other drugs named in connection with him included Prilosec, Vicodin, Paxil, Soma, and Dilaudid.[39] Police found several drugs in his home, including propofol. Some of these drugs had labels made out to Jackson's pseudonyms, while others were unlabeled.[40] A 2004 police document prepared for the 2005 People v. Jackson child abuse trial alleged that Jackson was taking up to 40 Xanax pills a night

Arnold Klein told CNN that Jackson used an anesthesiologist to administer propofol to help him sleep while he was on tour in Germany. CNN said the anesthesiologist would "take him down" at night and "bring him back up" in the morning during the HIStory tour of 1996 to 1997

According to Jackson's official website, the burial was originally scheduled for August 29, 2009,[151] but later postponed to September 3. The burial is expected to take place at Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendale and will be a private ceremony for family and close friends. He is expected to be interred at the Holly Terrace section in the Great Mausoleum.

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