Mass download commences on June 14th 2010

"There's nothing that can't be done If we raise our voice as one"

Wednesday, 31 March 2010


We now have campaign T-shirts! Check us out in London on Saturday April 10th outside the Lyric theatre with the campaign message across our front and back. We promise to take and upload photos on the day.

Many thanks to Squiffy for getting these T-Shirts printed

Its also Squiffy's birthday - A big happy birthday to you!

Thursday, 25 March 2010

9 Months

Today marks the 9 month anniversary of Michael Jacksons death. For us fans the grief, pain and shock is still a constant feature of our daily lives.

Each day brings more lurid details about his death, circulated mainly by the tabloid press in a ploy to make a cheap buck.

Is it too much to ask for digity and justice to be served?

Increasingly us, his fans, raise our voices as one, through forums, social networking sites and open letters to the tabloid press.

Here at TEAM @MJMASSDOWNLOAD we are busy preparing to unite the MJ fan family through Michaels music.

Through downloading We've Had Enough on June 14th we will be sending a message around the world - we, the fans, have had enough! We want dignity and respect for Michael Jackson. The song is a plea for justice. The words are ever more poignant for fans since Michael's untimely death.

Badges, T-shirts and flyers are now ready. We are already spreading the word through digital media, now its time to take the message to fellow fans face to face.

April 10th is flyering day - Lou, Squiffy, Kavitha and I (Jenny) will be in London handing out flyers and badges to fellow fans. We will be outside the lyric theatre from 3.30 till late.

You can help us by emailing and printing flyers and handing them out in your local area. Please contact us at if you would like badges or the flyer in any other format.

Thank you for your continuing support, love Jen

Tuesday, 16 March 2010

#justice4mj #wevehadenough

On March 25th there will be a mass twitter event. The task is simple - get #justice4mj trending. It was wonderful last week to check the trending topics and see Michael Jackson's name there.

In the digital age the power is in the hands of ordinary people like you and me.

We can make a difference.

We can send a message to the world.

WE want to see justice done for such a talented humanitarian who suffered at the hands of the media, greedy extortionists and a bitter, twisted District Attorney. WE have had enough!

Let us send a powerful message on June 25th too.

A simple download of the track 'We've Had Enough'.

Lets use Michael's beautiful music to tell the world how we feel.

Let's tell the world theres nothing that can't be done if we we raise our voice as one!

L.O.V.E Jenny


Apologies for the delay in getting the campaign flyer back up. We had to make a few tweaks. Now its back download /print / tweet /distribute!

Sunday, 14 March 2010

Campaign Badges

Check out our campaign badges! These will be handed out during our flyering day on Saturday April 10th outside Thriller Live, Lyric Theatre, London. Come get one!

Tuesday, 9 March 2010

Michael Jackson’s Song “WE’VE HAD ENOUGH” – Is It Really That Difficult to Understand Who Michael Jackson Was?

When I sat down to write about the Michael Jackson song, “WE’VE HAD ENOUGH”, I quickly became overwhelmed. It is simply too difficult or maybe even impossible to separate the artist from the art in this case.
Leaving aside the fact that MJ was and remains one of the most famous and controversial characters in history, the man did not just write love ballads. He repeatedly brought social issues into his songs and and publicly declared them to be causes close to his heart, right? (You have to admit that even if you dispute the exact amount he donated to charities.) And “We’ve Had Enough” happens to be one of those songs! So, I will not even attempt the task of separating the man from his art. Besides, I am a huge fan and any such attempt will be seen as “biased”.
Who was Michael Jackson then? The answer is simpler than we think. The skeptics would have us believe otherwise, but these folks never really tell us who he is. All they do is point to what he is NOT.
They say that he was NOT really a humanitarian and dismiss his efforts as a case of self-interested publicity. This line of thinking certainly has its appeal. Afterall, we tend to reserve the label, “humanitarian”, to those who appear to pay little attention to “worldly” concerns. A man who cares so much about the way he looks? No way.
What is it about “human nature” that makes us so ready to see evil in others and are human beings motivated purely or primarily by greed and self-interest? If people could be so easily explained, it would make life a lot easier and inaction so much more justified – why bother if the world is and will always be so evil? But we all know that life ain’t easy.
Have you never walked past a homeless person on the street and wanted to give him/her some money? When you turn on the TV and see images of starving children who literally look like a rack of bones, do you not want to reach for the remote and switch channels? When you see an elderly person walking alone on the street barely able to maintain balance, does your heart not cringe a bit and wonder where their loves ones are?
If you answered yes to any of the above, it becomes easier to understand who MJ was. Like you and me, he was a human being with compassion or concern for others’ suffering. But unlike some of us, he also had an immense ability to empathize – the ability to mirror or put himself in others’ shoes and understand how that suffering feels. And unlike a lot of us, he made conscious decisions during his life to use his creativity and talent to translate that compassion and empathy into action.
The song, “We’ve Had Enough”, is testament to that. We can all describe our observations of violent acts – the attack, the injury, the blood, the tears, etc. In this song as with many others he wrote, MJ goes one step further. He goes into the victims’ heads and sees their complex emotional predicaments.
Here is one of the stories in the song. There is a civilian family (mother, father and child) caught in a war zone or some sort of life-and-death situation. The child screams as he sees the mother dying, and the father is witnessing all this. In itself, that is a sad enough story. But MJ tells us more…the child is shrouded in panic and confusion because he cannot make sense of what is going on and feels helpless…the father is not only obviously devastated from the imminent loss of his wife, but is also at a complete loss as he is unable to find answers to the questions that he anticipates will be coming from his son…the child then becomes angry…
The narrative, told in this manner, is hardly convincing but MJ tells the story in a different way. Instead of simply identifying those feelings as I have above, he takes us through the imagined dialogues of the characters as well as their sense of devastation, hopelessness, indignation and conviction which we hear in his voice. Finally, through his direct pleas to the listener in the chorus, he successfully persuades us that we “ought” to do something to end such tragedies. Listen to the song and you will know what I mean.
MJ was definitely extremely gifted. The rest of us may not have his talent or resources, but at the very basic level, we have a lot more in common with him than we think – compassion and the capacity to empathize. MJ developed that capacity into an actual ability, and then repeatedly turned it into action. What will you do? Personally, I’ve “HAD ENOUGH” of the skepticism. Through this MJ song, I am going to tell the world exactly that.

Written by S.Z (Canada).

Monday, 8 March 2010

The power of email

Dear fellow MJ fans, with your help we are planning to raise further awareness of our campaign through an email which contains the flyer, youtube video, web links and this message written by Lou (the campaign creator)

Did the death of Michael Jackson affect you more than you could ever have predicted?

You are not alone.

On June 25th 2010, the first anniversary of Michael Jackson’s passing, we would like to see Michael Jackson at No.1 chart position around the globe, with his previously unreleased track:

"We’ve had enough"

The message in this powerful track: No more war. No more violence. No more corruption.

If you, like so many across the world, felt a pang of regret when you heard the news that Michael Jackson had died – and contemplated everything that life had put him through, then help us now.

If you are Fan of World Peace. If you are a Fan of Planet Earth. If you are a Fan of Humanity.

Tell the world. We have had enough.

email us at and we will send you the email to forward onto your friends and fellow fans.

Thank you for your support. Its all for L.O.V.E

Friday, 5 March 2010

Why the song 'We've Had Enough' matters

I don't tend to feel much, not really. I mean, I have emotions; the good ones and the bad ones. I get angry, frustrated, happy, tearful... etc etc. But I don't FEEL, physically, right down in my soul. Or at least, I hadn't before.

That all changed when I heard We've Had Enough for the first time. I first heard in on YouTube when I was doing my usual MJ searches. As the song (and the video) started I watched with horror at the images before me. I listened to the lyrics, I mean REALLY listened (because I have to do that with his songs). As I rode the waves of emotion coming from the first two verses my stomach was in knots. As the build-up to the chorus grew, I had a sense of what I can only decribe as anticipation; "oh god, what's coming up?". Then that chorus hits you right in the heart. I felt goosebumps run down my back and arms. The physical reaction was something I've never experienced with a song before. I felt as though I'd been touched by something unearthly, almost spiritual.

I found it difficult to understand how such a powerful song had not been released. I have said many times that this song is everything that Michael stood for; his anguish, his desire for wars to end, his passion for righting the wrongs in our society, his heartbreak at the injustice and pain that the worlds' children have to suffer.

Maybe it wasn't the right time to release this wonderful song back then. Maybe the right time is now, when more people are likely to hear it, and actually LISTEN.


Squiffy xxx

Wednesday, 3 March 2010

Lou's story Part One

Everyone will always remember where they were when they heard the news that Michael Jackson was dead.

I was in my kitchen. It was June 26th.

On June 25th I had been tearing around from meeting to meeting, then racing to collect my daughter from the childminder, tearing home and doing all the things that Mothers do. Making Tea, getting the bath ready, story time, bedtime. I think I crashed out on the sofa about 9pm. I hadn’t seen any news. None at all.

I received a text message from my sister. I rarely get text messages from my sister, and it did strike me as odd. The message simply said “Are you okay?”

I replied “Yes thank. Are you?”

I hadn’t heard. I didn’t know.

On June 26th I was checking my emails before leaving for work. One quick check of facebook. A friend’s status update said “R.I.P Michael Jackson”

My brain could not process the words on the screen. I scanned down the page.
“R.I.P Michael Jackson” “Farewell King of Pop” “Is the circus finally over?” “Is it true?” “R.I.P Michael Jackson” “Gone too soon”

My heart was racing

Frantically my fingers typed the address for BBC News. And there it was.

Michael Jackson was dead.

Michael Jackson. Was dead.

I froze. I turned to my husband.

“Michael Jackson is dead”

He looked at me. We looked at each other.

“Oh” he said.

At that moment I felt a piece of my heart die. I felt it leave me. I knew where it was going. To Michael – where it belonged.

Written by Louise (The Campaign Creator)

Tuesday, 2 March 2010

Call for articles

Fellow MJ fans...we need your help! If any of you would like to submit an article /post /blog that relates to the campaign please email me at I will endeavor to publish your article on this blog. This campaign is by the fans for the fans so we would love to get as many of you involved as possible. Your article doesnt have to be particulary long and it can be heartfelt and emotional. We would love to know what the song 'We've Had Enough' means to you and why it is important that we get Michael to number one on June 25th.
Michael did so much for us, his fans, so it's great to give something back. Its all for L.O.V.E