Instances of NASA Hoaxes, Fakery and Deception

Do you actually believe that this contraption below was able to land on the Moon? And since NASA is lying about that, how can we believe anything they say? If they have the audacity to lie on a scale that large, doesn’t it then call into question everything they have ever said and done? Their claim that the Earth is a ball, for instance? And then doesn’t it follow logically that we then have to question the motives of any so-called “scientist,” government official, or anyone in a position of authority who has touted the goodness of NASA?

Lunar Landing Module Hoax

NASA Moon landing hoax

If you examine these two supposed images of Jupiter, one from 2014 and one from 2016, you will see that the cloud formations on the this giant so-called “planet” did not change in two years. I don’t know, maybe “gravity” explains why that is, as it seems to explain everything else. And check out that fake, magical, electrical light-show thing going on in the 2016 image. They really think we’re dumb (unfortunately, they’re kind of right about that).

Fake images of Jupiter

This meme below is self-explanatory. It is actually admitted by everyone that 99% of all international internet communications are handled by a vast network of undersea cables — check out my article about that here. If you asked most people how internet signals were handled across oceans, they would say “satellites.”

Arthur C. Clarke satellite fraud

In this image below, the famous supposed photo of Neil Armstrong’s first footprint on the Moon does not match the sole on the foot of his official spacesuit that is on display… not even close in fact.

Neil Armstrong fake moon landing

Here below is a press conference following the return of the first astronauts to land on the Moon. Are they just tired? Or are they tired of lying?

Apollo 11 press conference

How exactly would a rocket thruster work in the vacuum of space? And by the way, at what magical point does the atmosphere of Earth turn into the airless vacuum of space?

Fake space rockets

Fake space rockets

And here is lying free mason Buzz Aldrin being corrected as to how the Lunar Module worked. You’d think he would know that contraption inside-out, wouldn’t you?

Buzz Aldrin lying

And if you did not know, astronaut Gus Grissom was murdered after he stated publicly that basically there was no way we were going to land on the moon anytime soon. Here’s the story in a very brief nutshell…

Gus Grissom murdered by NASA

The image below shows the fact that you can adjust the lighting levels in Photoshop in some of NASA’s official photos, and you can clearly see cropping outlines (and lazy ones at that) which show that images have been pasted into the photo. In the case below, a fake image of the ball Earth has been pasted into the photo.

NASA photoshop fakery

NASA claims that they slow down the landing module with parachutes. No, really, that’s what they claim.

Slow down with parachutes

They expect us to believe that they had time to play some golf on the Moon, but not much time for taking very many photos.

Golf on the Moon

There have been multiple instances in which NASA astronauts and even President of the United States Barrack Obama have made strange comments revolving around the idea that we are only “able to fly in low Earth orbit. That’s the farther we can go.” Wait… what? Didn’t NASA travel to the Moon at a supposed distance from Earth of 238,900 miles, which is way past “low Earth orbit.” And by the way, there’s no such thing as “low Earth orbit.” Are they basically admitting that it never happened? That it was a hoax?

Can get past low earth orbit

An outline of the Disney character “Pluto” can actually be seen on an official image from NASA of the so-called planet Pluto.

Fake planet Pluto

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