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myinspirationmj:

via all4michael   -  ”I was impressed with the interaction between Michael and the children. He sat on the bed with children who were deformed and children that were ill. He sat there and talked to them. He shook their hands. He did not wear a surgical mask like he does sometimes in America and had no fear of contagious diseases, of which there was no danger like that anyway. The myth of Michael Jackson is that he is afraid of germs. This is absolutely wrong because he cares about children. Many people say it but he does it. He cares. That’s what qualifies him as a role model for children – his deeds and not his looks.“ 
- Charles Bobbit (consultant to ex-President Bongo(Gabon) about Michaels visit to Gabon in 1992, quoted from Jet magazine March 1992)

myinspirationmj:

via all4michael   -  ”I was impressed with the interaction between Michael and the children. He sat on the bed with children who were deformed and children that were ill. He sat there and talked to them. He shook their hands. He did not wear a surgical mask like he does sometimes in America and had no fear of contagious diseases, of which there was no danger like that anyway. The myth of Michael Jackson is that he is afraid of germs. This is absolutely wrong because he cares about children. Many people say it but he does it. He cares. That’s what qualifies him as a role model for children – his deeds and not his looks.“ 

- Charles Bobbit (consultant to ex-President Bongo(Gabon) about Michaels visit to Gabon in 1992, quoted from Jet magazine March 1992)