Michael Jackson’s Daughter Has ‘Proof’ Her Dad Was Murdered By The Illuminati

Paris Jackson, the eighteen-year-old daughter of the late pop star Michael Jackson, has stunned the world of entertainment recently with the astonishing claim that her famous father was deliberately killed. Now, she is pointing the finger firmly at the influential and highly secretive society, the Illuminati.

When Michael Jackson was still alive, many people believed that he had connections with the Illuminati because of the unusual imagery used on his album covers and in his music videos which appeared to mirror the symbolism of the elusive organization. These connections are very common in popular music, according to many theorists, who suggest that the entire mainstream music industry is completely under the control of the mysterious society.

It may have been the case that Jackson was a member or an agent of the Illuminati at some point, but according to his daughter Paris, the relationship must have soured. She had sensationally claimed that her father repeatedly said before he died that he had been marked for death by people who were ‘more powerful than the government.’ She also claimed that she was not the only person to believe that a shadowy organization had a hand in the death of her father and said that her entire family also believed it. Her aunt and Michael’s sister LaToya Jackson has been outspoken in her belief that her brother was murdered on previous occasions.

The most compelling piece of evidence that points to Jackson’s death is a murder a recording of a telephone call between Michael Jackson and his former manager Dieter Weisner immediately before his death. In this conversation he said, “I don’t know if I should tell you this. There may be a group of people; they want to get rid of me, they don’t want me here anymore… I don’t know what’s going to happen but I just feel… In my soul. Only God knows. They could shoot me; they could stab me, they could frame me and say I overdosed on DRUGS; they can do a lot of things…It’s not the government; it’s more than the government.”

The only person to have been convicted in relation to Jackson’s death is his personal physician, Dr Conrad Murray. Murray was convicted of involuntary manslaughter after prescribing Jackson the drugs which led to his overdose and sentenced to four years in prison. While Paris does not dispute that Murray was partially responsible for her father’s death, she believes that he was not the sole actor. In fact, she has described him as a ‘pawn’ in the game.

Paris Jackson has claimed that she has further proof to support her incredible claims but that she is being very cautious about how she goes about addressing this sinister issue. “It’s a chess game. And I am trying to play the chess game the right way, ” she said, “And that’s all I can say about that right now.”

Paris, pictured with her father Michael in 2005 in London.

He disappears after rumblings of an unrecognized voice. The next day he is found dead and his doctor, Conrad Murray, is arrested for administering lethal doses of profanol.

LaToya Jackson, has repeatedly lobbied the claim that there were other forces at bay. Murray, she says, was the fall guy, and there were people controlling him and everything he did. Ultimately she believed ‘they’ killed him.

But we don’t know who “they” are. The well-formed theory is that ‘they’ whenever ‘they’ are referred to are the Illuminati. The Illuminati are believed to be a society that have roots in the 18th century but are still believed to exist, infiltrating powerful institutions to control the population at large in preparation for the New World Order.

They are popularly believed to be controlling all major musicians and in some cases Hollywood. In the video, actor Randy Quaid believed that they were out to get him, discredit him and even kill him. “Star whackers” he says, are responsible for killing Heath Ledger, Chris Penn and David Caradine.

Many still believe there was more to Michael Jackson’s death, and let’s face it miscarriages of justice are not exactly uncommon in the US of A, but we’re still waiting out on exactly who ‘they’ are.