Sunday, November 06, 2005

What Happened on the Moon?

A very promising documentary with a wealth of hard to get library footage of the faked missions. I'm not even going to bother to argue the fact that they didn't go as anyone who has taken the time to evaluate the evidence already knows it was a fake and anyone who hasn't taken the time to investigate this issue is probably happy in their fantasy world, so why should I upset them? Rather what is interesting about this documentary is the abundance of vonKleistian slips. It is refreshing to find that the agents of propaganda were just as hard at work in the pre 911 world, muddying the truth.

Just 8 mins into this documentary and the self sabotage begins. We're told that we are being shown an example of a serious continuity error between the video still images from the Apollo 16 mission. In the "jump salute" scene, the object in question is the triangular piece of fabric on top of the jumpers suit being visable in the still but securely fastened down on the video version. Problem is, it is quite obvious on the video that this piece of fabric is flapping around loose. If they wanted to descredit themselves, then they could have been a bit more sutle. Even Fox isn't this obtuse.

After having totally discredited themselves, we're next presented with a real anomally. The hotspot on Aldrin's boot (or whoever was in the suit), as they descend the ladder. Even NASA now crops this famous picture. Wait for the next aniversary of the hoax and take note of this boot image in the corporate media or its abscence.

There are many other gems too, like these scenes of Charles Moss Duke Jr., on his Apollo 16 "trip", perhaps believing he was wearing military grade sunblock, as tested by fellow military personal in the Nevada desert years earlier.

Another piece of interest covered is the inspiration for the NASA script. The late 1920's German production, Frau Im Mond by Fritz Lang.


Blogger Ablahdee said...

1952: von Braun already on the Moon !!

In an anonymous room at the Arsenal, on a set that resembled by turns the interior of a rocket and a moonscape, Ms. Page did a burlesque act interpreting the movie. She played Friede, one of the crew members, while Ley and von Braun played her fiance (Windegger) and lover (Helius), respectively. When Friede and Helius embraced on the moon as the ship returned to earth without them, there was not a dry eye in the house.

Tuesday, January 03, 2006 5:33:00 AM  
Blogger War On Suckers said...

NASA Apollo tapes go missing
"The U.S. government has misplaced the original recording of the first moon landing, including astronaut Neil Armstrong's famous "one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind"

How convenient!

Maybe Bart Sibel can help them with their archiving project.

Sunday, August 27, 2006 12:51:00 PM  

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