|As many of you know, we communicated with Disney/ABC News about Martin Bashir. Please review our newsletter on this topic.
Last September, Phil Griffin, President of MSNBC, announced that Bashir had joined MSNBC at 3:00pm. Several months later, it has finally been disclosed that his show is set to debut on Monday, February 28, 2011.
We don’t know if it’s still possible to subvert his employment, but we want to try. Here are some facts about Bashir that you may not know.
Regarding Monday’s MJTruthNow newsletter, we received many supportive responses, for which we thank you. We’d like to share one with you.
Thank you for sending this clarification to the fan base. You have my absolute agreement and support on this issue. It is a sad but true fact that outsiders tend to underestimate us when we identify ourselves as MJ fans. We, more than anybody else, should know how judgmental media can be; how they like categorizing and labeling others. I have noticed the difference once I switched to using my real name and photo in addressing media outlets. It is as if an MJ nickname or avatar prevents them from reading a single word you write. They’re like: “Oh, another obsessed fan! Nothing new.” For them, it’s not worth the effort of reading because they think they already know what a Michael Jackson fan would say.
And to my dear fellow fans, those who think that changing their MJ nicknames or avatars is some kind of betrayal, I say, believe me, it is the total opposite. Deeds speak louder than words. I am a proud Michael Jackson fan; that’s why I want my family, friends, students, co-workers and the whole world to know that it is me, Nagla, who is speaking for Michael Jackson.
At the age of 32, I’ve grown far from the teenage girl who was bullied at school because she loved Michael Jackson. With lots of pity on those who did not allow themselves to see beyond this being a matter to tease me with, it is time for me to heal and make that change.
Thank you, Nagla, and thank you to everyone who defends Michael Jackson’s personal legacy using a proper name.
Please review the 300+ comments already posted. We’re asking you to also immediately comment on this Huffington Post article.
We shall then write to several Comcast and MSNBC executives to ask why they’re not listening to their viewers. We will direct them to this Huffington Post article as proof. We need hundreds and hundreds of comments on this article. Please forward this newsletter far and wide.
Again, we wish to thank everyone who participates in the healing of Michael’s legacy. Together we shall reach our goals. Thank you for your hard work and dedication.
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