Manned Moon Landings - Did They Go? - Of Course They Did/n't

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Would you believe it if they brought you up on a rocket and dropped you beside them? It's not going to happen the photos will be created in an Israeli computer generated image lab by Zionist Freemasons with well known links to other well known secret societies. These include the wheel tappers and shunters, the ancient order of the gash and the steering committee of the Austin Allegro fan club.

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doctle wrote:
18 Jul 2019, 21:21
... the steering committee of the Austin Allegro fan club.


I presume these people are known as "The Quartics"?

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It's a secret!

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If my memory is correct there was a program on Channel 4 years ago as to WHY those aeroplanes brought down The World Trade Centre buildings when they were supposed to be able to handle the impact of an aeroplane (as, indeed, a B25 Mitchell bomber hit The Empire State Building in 1945 in thick fog, so architects learned from this). At the time the buildings were erected there were not (as yet, anyway) wide bodied airliners, and the fuel of the time burned at a lower temperature. If they HAD been hit by aeroplanes from the era of their construction it is highly likely they would have survived (at least long enough to get most of the people out, but maybe they would have still had to be demolished). However, the wide body aeroplanes have more mass in their fuselage than previous aircraft (and are stronger, as they have to have a greater degree of rigidity), and the fuel burns hotter. The initial impact did a lot of damage, including breaking a lot of the insulation away from the steel skeleton of the buildings. This insulation was designed to keep the heat of fire away from the metalwork for a long time. This meant it was now unprotected from the greater heat of the fuel fire (it is likely the skeleton could have survived the heat of a fuel fire for far longer if it was the fuel from 1973, as opposed to the hotter fuel of 2001). Eventually this melted the metalwork, causing the collapse of the Twin Towers.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1945_Empi ... B-25_crash
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Oh wait, silly me, here's the evidence in all it's stunning clarity. Proof beyond all doubt.
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Though I'm sure I had something similar stuck on my shoe the other day.

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It's the Illuminati controlling us.










And Brexit.

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It's fluoride in the water!!!!!

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I don’t advise a haircut, man. All hairdressers are in the employment of the government. Hairs are your aerials. They pick up signals from the cosmos, and transmit them directly into the brain. This is the reason bald-headed men are uptight.

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Claim and counter claim - jerky robotic movements - some say the camera speed has been changed, others say why is the moon not skipping at the same time then - you decide. Then watch the 'wobbly dangling antenna in the second clip...


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AJM C5 wrote:
18 Jul 2019, 18:19
Whenever someone mentions the term 'Conspiracy Theory', and then goes on to talk unqualified nonsense, I want to reach for a toolbox, grab a hammer and break something...

Just saying...
I hope you're exaggerating to make a point?
If not, you do know that anger (adrenaline-rush) doesn't have to be expressed through violence. If you have a mind to catch it first you can retrain your impulses. But I would advise you seek a professional in that regard.
Just saying...

Meanwwhile, in your vast research of the New World Order did you ever come across this youtube?
Home truths can be a bitter pill to swallow sometimes but it's worth listening to Bill De Burg (4mins in) as he reveals layers of the pyramid that many have overlooked.


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Well, it's black armband day for some people contributing to this thread. World-wide celebrations commemorating the landing on the moon.

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The TV will be firmly off today as I can't be doing with being spoon fed all the ML re-run fakery again. I have a few diagnostic sessions to to on a friends Picasso which will be far more interesting and rewarding, and leaving my sanity intact - at least for today. :-D