The moon landing is a government scam

It’s been about five decades since Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed the lunar module Eagle on the Moon on Jul. 20, 1969, or so they say. We as Americans would strongly like to believe that we were the first country to reach the moon, however there are multiple points that prove that the moon landing was in fact a hoax.

The truth behind the Moon landing story is that the United States government was in such a hurry to beat Russia to the moon, that they faked the lunar landing. Armstrong and Aldrin acted out their mission on a secret film set, either located in the Hollywood Hills or deep within Area 51.

Everyone has seen the film of Aldrin planting a waving American flag on the Moon, which scientists say proves that the video was not taken where they claim it was. The movement of the flag clearly shows the presence of wind, and it’s impossible for wind to occur in a vacuum. Therefore, the film could not have possibly occurred in space. There are also no stars visible in the photographs from the mission.

According to an article published by TIME, “Theorists have even suggested that filmmaker Stanley Kubrick may have helped NASA fake the first lunar landing, given that his 1968 film 2001: A Space Odyssey proves that the technology existed back then to artificially create a spacelike set,” the article goes on to explain that “as for Virgil I. Grissom, Edward H. White and Roger B. Chaffee — three astronauts who died in a fire while testing equipment for the first moon mission? They were executed by the U.S. government, which feared they were about to disclose the truth,” it says.

Another obvious reason why the Moon Landing could never have happened is because of the existence of something called Van Allen belts. According to Space Centre, “These are two huge belts of radiation that surround the Earth, shaped by Earth’s magnetic field and pounded with high-energy particles from the Sun’s wind.” They continue to explain that “It’s been claimed that humans couldn’t have passed through these belts without being fried with lethal doses of radiation.”

Everyone should know about the infamous rock prop labeled with a “c”. It appears in a photo taken on the Apollo 16 mission, where one can see a rock that clearly has the letter “c” drawn on it. People like to argue that it’s just a hair or piece of thread, but that’s highly unlikely compared to the likeliness that it’s simply a prop, like those used in movies so stagehands know where to place them.

Recently, a photo from the mission was discovered showing a human man not wearing a spacesuit, who can be seen in the reflection of an astronaut’s helmet. “It looks like a man, back in the early ’70s,” says YouTuber StreetCap1, in a video explaining the photo. “Long hair you know, wearing some sort of waistcoat-type thing,” the YouTuber continues. There was some dispute over the legitimacy of the image, but I would advise one to take a look for one’s self.

A few more points that prove the mission to be a hoax, according to The Telegraph: No blast crater is visible in the pictures taken of the lunar landing module; the landing module weighs 17 tons and yet sits on top of the sand making no impression. Next to it, astronauts’ footprints can be seen in the sand; The footprints in the fine lunar dust, with no moisture or atmosphere or strong gravity, are unexpectedly well preserved, as if made in wet sand.

Clearly, there is undeniable proof that the Moon landing was faked by the United States government. Maybe if we weren’t so trusting and so quick to believe whatever we hear, we as a society would be able to open our eyes and face the inevitable truth of a corrupt, lying government.