Stanley Kubrick Faked the Moon Landings:

Or How I learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Lies.
by Jay Weidner
"There are great ideas -undiscovered breakthroughs available!-
to those who can remove one of truths protective layers"
-Neil Armstrong, 'First Man on the Moon'. July 20, 1994

It has now been forty years since the fabled moon landings by NASA and the Apollo gang. When it comes to the subject of the moon landings, people tend to fall into two belief groups. The first group, by far the bigger of the two groups, accepts the fact that NASA successfully landed on the moon six times and that 12 human beings have actually walked on the surface of the moon. The second group, though far smaller, is more vocal about their beliefs. This group says that we never went to the moon and that the entire thing was faked.
This essay presents a third position on this issue. This third point of view falls somewhere between these two assertions. This third position postulates that humans did go to the moon but what we saw on TV and in photographs was completely faked.
Furthermore this third position reveals that the great filmmaker Stanley Kubrick is the genius who directed the hoaxed landings.
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