If you don’t know who Stephen Curry is, he is probably the best basketball player in the world right now, and probably one of the greatest basketball players of all time. I think there is little doubt that he is the greatest outside shooter in the history of basketball.
Just the other day he was being interviewed on some podcast and said something like, “I don’t think so either,” apparently agreeing with someone when the subject came up as to whether or not we (the U.S., humanity) has ever “gone to the Moon.”
My main thought here is that we should always be on the lookout for shills, propaganda, staged events, and psy-ops (psychological operations). In this case, I think there are several possibilities to consider…
If he is actually genuine in what he is saying — and this is a big if in my book — then he could be the biggest celebrity to ever come out and say that he thinks the Moon landing was a hoax. In this scenario, the mainstream media will begin a campaign to discredit him and make him seem ignorant. If he is genuine, then 1) pressure will be put on him to recant and say that he was just kidding around or that he has since been shown proof that the landing was real, and so has now changed his mind, or 2) the media will just outright lie and/or twist Curry’s future statements to make it seem like he has changed his mind, or that he apologizes for what he said.
I am of the belief that Curry is “in the club”… that he is probably a willing part of the control system — thus the extreme fame and fortune. If I’m not mistaken, Curry recently formed a movie production company and is now in the movie business, and as I’m sure most of us know, the movie business is almost nothing but propaganda, an arm of the control system.
So in this scenario — if Curry is “in the club” — then this is a staged psy-op of some sort in which Curry is a participant, doing what he is told to do, like the tool he has become. One possibility included in this scenario is that Curry will reverse his position because he has been shown “undeniable proof” that the Moon landings happened as we were told. This will of course make moon-landing-deniers look stupid, which is the point.
I saw an article on ESPN.com that already put this possible scenario into play when it said that a NASA spokesman has kindly invited Curry to tour a NASA museum to look at all the proofs that are available. And in this article, the NASA spokesman says something like, “Stephen can come and look at the hundreds of Moon rocks that we have on display.” Rocks? That’s the best you’ve got? As if rocks sitting on a table are proof that we went to the Moon. Anybody can get a rock from anywhere and claim that they got it from the Moon.
Anyway, just some thoughts I had when I saw this story. It’s basically a rinse and repeat of the Kyrie Irving flat Earth fiasco. I don’t know if Irving is genuine or not — and it really doesn’t matter because I know the Earth is flat and I don’t need anybody’s confirmation — but the fact is that the media (whether Irving was part of it or not) did successfully demonize flat Earth.
Ahhhh… let the mainstream media, corporate tool, paid shill propaganda commence!…
michael wilbon calling out steph curry and a few of his ESPN co-workers over the moon landing comments pic.twitter.com/uQ1OcHAFVp
— Jordan Heck (@JordanHeckFF) December 12, 2018
UPDATE: My intuition that Stephen Curry’s soul has at some point been bought and paid for was 100% correct. It looks like Stephen — or rather, Stephen’s handlers — have decided to take the “I was just kidding” route, and that he will indeed take NASA up on their invitation to visit their museum (or whatever it is).
Was this was a staged media event from the get-go? Or did Stephen let his real opinion slip out for just a millisecond, but then afterwards his handlers threatened him with dire consequences if he didn’t recant his comments in order to white wash the whole deal.
Either way, this is some clever propaganda.
Check out some of what was written, including a supposed quote from Curry, in this article that appeared on CBSSports.com on 12/12/18 at about 2:30 PM Pacific…
Score one for science. Golden State Warriors superstar Steph Curry has clarified his recent comments about the moon landing conspiracy, and it turns out he does believe that astronauts have made the trip.
During a recent interview with Nick Friedell, Curry said he was “one thousand percent” joking on a recent podcast when he said he didn’t believe we’ve ever been to the moon.
He’ll still be taking that free trip to NASA, though. Via ESPN:
“One thousand percent,” Curry told ESPN on Wednesday of accepting the invite. “One thousand percent. Obviously I was joking when I was talking on the podcast. I was silently protesting how stupid it was that people actually took that quote and made it law as, ‘Oh my God, he’s a fake moon landing truther,’ whatever you want to call it, yada, yada, yada. So I was silently protesting that part about it, how the story took a life of its own.
“But in terms of the reaction that I’ve gotten, I am definitely going to take [NASA] up on their offer. I am going to educate myself firsthand on everything that NASA has done and shine a light on their tremendous work over the years. And hopefully people understand that education is power, informing yourself is power. For kids out there that hang on every word that we say, which is important, understand that you should not believe something just because somebody says it. You should do your homework and understand what you actually believe. But I’m going to go to NASA and I’m going to enjoy the experience whole-heartedly.”