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Zukunft von Neverland weiterhin offen

Beitragvon Blanket » 13. Mär 2011, 16:31

Zukunft von Neverland weiterhin offen

Tom Barrack sprach in einem Interview erneut über die Neverland Ranch. Scheinbar sind die Renovationsarbeiten noch immer im Gange. Barrack sagte ausserdem, dass er für die zukünftige Verwendung der Ranch mit MJs Nachlassverwaltern und Katherine Jackson gemeinsam Ideen besprechen möchte. Das Interview kann hier ( http://blogs.wsj.com/deals/2011/03/10/t ... +-+WSJ.com ) angesehen werden.

Quelle: jackson.ch, blogs.wsj.com

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Beitragvon Remember MJ » 28. Mär 2011, 21:55

Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch Under Restoration

A small update on the state of Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch has surfaced – giving hope that the entire estate isn’t just being left to rot.

According to Colony Capital’s Tom Barrack, whose firm owns part of the rights to the 2,800 acre spread, the late Jackson’s former home is being well looked after.

“Our plans have been to work to restore it to its original greatness,” he told Bloomberg TV. “The place is amazing. It has not only the beautiful spirit and softness of Michael, but a legacy of a thousand years of Indian culture that had transacted upon it. We have just been restoring it, renovating it.”

Barrack added that they have no plans to commercialize the property and are simply in a holding pattern until Michael Jackson’s estate figures out what direction they would like to take the ranch in. As we reported last November, Michael’s children are in agreement that the place become ‘some kind of community park and center for animals’.

So, hang in there MJ fans. You may yet get to visit Neverland.
Quelle: http://www.ecorazzi.com/2011/03/28/michael-jacksons-neverland-ranch-under-restoration/
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Beitragvon Blanket » 12. Apr 2011, 21:02

Neverland als „Community Park & Animal Farm”?

Nachdem Gerüchte zirkulierten, dass Michaels zwei älteste Kinder, Prince und Paris, die Neverland Ranch in einen Gemeinschaftspark und eine Tierfarm umformen möchten, hat die tierschützerische Organisation PETA (People fort he Ethical Treatment of Animals) einen Brief an Michales Kinder geschrieben und die gebeten, aus der Neverland Ranch einen Zufluchtsort für gerettete (misshandelte und vernachlässigte) Tiere zu machen, wo man sich angemessen um sie kümmern kann, anstatt wie in einem Zoo, wo die Menschen ermutigt werden, die eingeschlossenen Tiere anzustarren, nur damit Geld gemacht werden kann. Am Beispiel von Bubbles äusserte sich die Präsidentin von PETA in einer Pressemitteilung wie folgt: „Michael hatte wahr genommen, dass Bubbles mit seinesgleichen zusammen gehörte und in einer liebevollen und sicheren Umgebung leben sollte, und wir hoffen, das Prince Michael und Paris in seinem Andenken das Gleiche für andere Tiere machen werden“.

Ob Prince und Paris in dieser Sache über ihren Wunsch hinaus letztlich wirklich etwas zu sagen haben, ist fragwürdig, da die Mehrheit der Ranch im Besitz von Colony Capital / Tom Barrack ist.

Quellen: jackson.ch, ecorazzi.com

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Beitragvon Gabi-Maus » 14. Apr 2011, 10:45

Hallo liebe Blanket ! :10hallo2:

Ja...... da wird wohl leider wieder einmal das liebe Geld die Welt regieren und wenn die Kid's davon genug investieren, können sie vielleicht etwas für die Tiere tun. Aber das wird wohl davon abhängen, ob ihr Vormund ihre Meinung auch teilt. Lassen wir uns mal überraschen.

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Beitragvon Remember MJ » 23. Apr 2011, 20:34

PETA Challenges Neverland Zoo
By Megan Meyer

Animal rights activists sent a letter last week requesting that the owners of Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch transform the property into a wildlife sanctuary.

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) contacted Jackson’s children and property owner Thomas Barrack Jr. of Colony Capital LLC and Sycamore Valley Ranch Company LLC, criticizing the Jackson family’s proposal to turn the 2800-acre property in the Santa Ynez Valley into a community park and center for animals. PETA suggests the Jacksons consider the Standards of Excellence, established by the Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries — an organization that establishes criteria and standards for the creation and maintenance of animal sanctuaries — and how the project would go against Jackson’s wishes. According to Ryan Huling, a public spokesman for PETA, organization members are concerned that the proposed park will provide poor living conditions for the confined animals.

“While some zoos aim to protect animals, others do just enough to keep them alive, and the majority are willing to trap animals from the wild to put them out on display,” Huling said. “It is purely for human amusement, and many animals do not bode well being on display with visitors poking and prodding. It is the same as keeping a dog chained up outside.”

Jackson housed several exotic animals at his Neverland property during his life, including his chimpanzee Bubbles. Prior to his death, Jackson relocated Bubbles to a primate sanctuary to provide proper provisions and treatments.

Huling said turning the ranch into an animal refuge is a more accurate reflection of the late pop star’s wishes.

“Taking 2800 acres and turning [it] into zoo instead of sanctuary seems to go against Michael’s wishes,” Huling said. “To honor his memory, we should turn focus from the best interests of visitors and what will bring in tickets and instead donate money to a sanctuary who puts animal welfare as [its] top priority.”

Second-year environmental studies major Kait Carney said PETA’s proposed plan is a viable alternative for the property.

“Living in California, we already have a lot of zoos and very few wild life sanctuaries,” Carney said. “If someone has the land and the money, they should put the ranch to better use than an amusement park to gain profit.”

Second-year political science major Chrissie Jones said the organization’s request is merely an attempt to draw public attention to the group.

“It just seems unnecessary,” Jones said. “The only reason they are doing it is for publicity and not for the good of animals. I feel like it is just a publicity stunt to make people pay attention to their organization.”

The Jackson family and property owners have not established definite plans for the property’s future, and have abstained from commenting on the letter as of press time. Huling said PETA will continue to urge the family to consider their request and offer support for the construction.

“The reports that the children would like to turn the land into a community park and center for animals is worrisome that [as this could not be] in the animals’ best interests,” Huling said. “We hope they take the proposal seriously and don’t just go for a quick buck.
Quelle: http://www.dailynexus.com/2011-04-20/peta-challenges-neverland-zoo/
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