Thursday, April 4, 2013

Moon Landing Faker 'Astronaut' Neil Armstrong Dies
Moon Landing Faker 'Astronaut' Neil Armstrong Dies (PHOTO: Moonfaker Neil Armstrong (1930-2012). Supposedly the first man to walk on the moon on July 20, 1969.

Astronot Neil Armstrong -- supposedly the first man on the moon -- was totally opposite to Wernher von Braun in personality. Neil kept a very, very low profile and that probably saved his life.

Here is a quote from an authorized biography of Neil Armstrong:
"When Neil started as a professor at the University of Cincinnati in 1970, news executives from the area's radio, TV, and print media were summoned to a downtown restaurant to hear an ultimatum: They were not to request interviews with the space hero who would be living in their midst, because none would be granted; they were to totally ignore his presence and not consider it legitimate news.

"Amazingly, the group agreed -- with one exception. Lawrence H. Rogers, then head of Taft Broadcasting Corporation, owners of a chain of television and radio stations in the region, howled in protest.

"The reason they gave was that Neil had no secretary and would be overwhelmed with requests.
 I raised my hand and said, 'That's the most preposterous thing I have ever heard.' I told them Armstrong was the most famous explorer since Christopher Columbus; it would have been criminal journalistically to not write about him and praise what he had accomplished." (Wagener, One Giant Leap." pp. 298-299).

And another quote from moonstruck Neil Armstrong:
"As for walking on the moon, sometimes I wonder if that really happened. I can honestly say -- and it's a great surprise to me that I have never had a dream about being on the moon. It's a great disappointment to me." (Wagener, One Giant Leap, p. 303).


For more information on the Moon Landing Scam, see

How Stanley Kubrick Faked Apollo Moon Landings

NASA 'Loses' Phony Moon Landing Tape

Moon Landing Hoaxer Buzz Aldrin Punches Filmmaker
Were Moon Landing Shots Faked?
Exposing Apollo Moon Photo Hoax
How Fake Moon Landing Hoax Photos Were Made

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