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Moon Hoax – Apollo 11 Post Flight Press Conference 1969 – The Lie We Were Forced to Tell the World

Sunday, July 16, 2017 1:09
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MOON HOAX. Apollo 11 Post Flight Press Conference 1969. The LIE we were Forced to Tell The World

The crew of #Apollo 11 nervously, reluctantly, and with the emotion of a eulogy, present their first press conference . . . with the aid of teleprompters discretely hidden in the desk, in order to help them remember their one of kind experience, that the writers of their script should know nothing about.

Notice at time 1:05:00 that Neil Armstrong is asked whether or not he remembered seeing any stars in the lunar sky, a subject the crew was apparently asked to avoid as the correct astrological positions of the constellations were too difficult to simulate in the fake lunar backgrounds. Armstrong then wrongly replies with “I don’t recall”, to which Aldrin grimaces in discomfort at his error (as if one would forget such an important detail that they witnessed first hand in their alleged universally unique experience). To help Armstrong recover from being tripped up by this difficult question, crew member Michael Collins offered assistance by interjecting “I don’t remember seeing any.” The problem is, he forgot that he wasn’t even there! (It was Buzz Aldrin who supposedly walked on the moon with Armstrong, not Collins!)

Apparently when all three orbited the earth together for eight days in a relatively small space capsule (never actually leaving earth orbit, much less landing on the moon), Michael Collins’ experience of the mission (though he was alleged to have stayed behind orbiting the moon while Armstrong and Aldrin walked on the surface) was exactly identical to that of his teammates. As such, he instinctively chimed in at this point in the interview in an attempt to smooth over the rough spot in the conversation, forgetting temporarily that he never was supposed to have been on the moon’s surface in the first place!

In the official transcript of this rare press conference (which, until this video release, was the only way of knowing what was said at that time), lightening struck twice in the exact same place! At the very moment where Collins misspoke, there is also a “transcription error” as well! In the official NASA record (the transcript) the government made a desperate and lame attempt to cover-up Collin’s revealing mistake by attributing his remark “I don’t remember seeing any (stars)” to Aldrin!

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  • zak1955

    If this story is true then there can be no Mars Rovers on Mars either if we can’t even make it to the Moon! I have heard they are on Devon Island. All just acting to make us believe a certain way. But to what purpose? Who could benefit from this lie? How would it affect our lives either way? Why would they do it in the first place? More questions than answers…….

    • Jango

      You can find most of those answers here.

      • Sean

        I see the Moon during the day with the Sun close by it Jingle.

        Its always in the same place, but only moves closer or farther away to Earth and always very white, but at no time does it seem to be more than 32 miles away, when it is farther away.

        How is that possible?

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