No, Virginia, we didn’t go to the moon

Once upon a time, when speaking on the subject of “conspiracy theory,” I would make the point that some conspiracy theories are loony fantasies—and used, as an example, the claim that the moon landing was a hoax.

After one such talk, someone who’d actually looked into it came up and suggested that I do the same—which, of course, I should have done before popping off about the subject. So I did; and found, to my embarrassment, that I was wrong, and those “conspiracy theorists” absolutely right.

That that marvelous achievement—which “our free press” has been screamingly applauding on its (alleged) 50th anniversary—was (and still is) scientifically IMPOSSIBLE has been demonstrated indisputably by many independent minds out there, their solid work reflexively blacked out, deplored and/or derided by the same minions of the state who push the many other Big Lies that have kept so many of us in the dark.

If you haven’t looked into it, I suggest Dave McGowan’s incisive (and hilarious) Wagging the Moondoggie, and Massimo Mazzucco’s excellent documentary American Moon, as well as the other works linked here.

MCM

Dave McGowan’s Wagging the Moondoggie:

American Moon:
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt7794734/

Other relevant writings/videos:
https://www.aulis.com/investigation.htm
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xciCJfbTvE4

https://phibetaiota.net/2019/01/jack-mullen-was-the-us-moon-landing-a-hoax-seven-videos-that-prove-it-was/https://listverse.com/2012/12/28/10-reasons-the-moon-landings-could-be-a-hoax/https://wikispooks.com/wiki/Document:Wagging_the_Moondoggie#The_.27laser-ranging_experiment.27

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