The point is, we have to be responsible for our actions when we become adults. We cannot continue blaming society, our mommas or poppas for bad decisions we chose to make.
This is absolutely true, and for those who learn to deal with their childhoods properly, they don't blame anyone else. Unfortunately there are those who never deal. MJ was one. I know a few others personally, my next youngest brother being one of them. Too long to go into here, but I do understand the mentality. It isn't healthy.
There seems to be a good bit of evidence that he was a pedofile, imo.
Not enough to convict him, though, when he was actually tried. A weirdo, yes, but I really don't think he did anything. He was playing sleep over with his friends. Like I said, he never mentally developed past 8. And he had the money to keep pretending for his whole life. Men in particular have a hard time with the Michael Jackson story, although our local drive time disc jockey, Howie Carr, surprised me the other night, he feels the same way I do about MJ. Many do, many don't. Now that he's dead we'll never really know for sure.
As I said, he wanted his kids to go to their nanny - not his parents. That speaks volumes about a child who hasn't forgiven his parents.