January 2, 2017 by
An insider has claimed that the establishment did not want George Michael in the ‘limelight’ and that his demise had been planned a few years ago when he had started getting too ‘vocal’ about the establishment and ‘political matters‘.
Michael was anti establishment, anti-war, pro- Palestinian and a vigorous opponent of the 2003 Iraq War.
In 2002 he released “Shoot the Dog,” a song that lampooned the then British Prime Minister Tony Blair for his close relationship with former US President George W. Bush.
The video that accompanied the song caused a great wave of controversy as it portrayed Blair as Bush’s poodle.
Michael was planning a comeback for 2017 and was working on a new album that would have been the late singer’s first recording since 2014.