Written by Dr Edward Maxwell
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Topics: NASA, moon

Sunday, 16 March 2008

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"Dave's not here man!"

Nearly 40 years since man was first said to have landed on the moon comes startling new evidence to suggest the whole thing was faked. The hoax created for reasons unknown until now.

Neil Armstrong and Buz Aldrin, astronauts of note, have both signed affidavits that the whole ruse was perpetrated by none other than Joe Jackson, father of singer Michael Jackson. Armstrong and Aldrin were paid millions to keep quiet.

NASA, who were central to the biggest con in History are denying their involvement but their guilt is plain to see.

Joe Jackson organised for the faking of the moon landings to allow son Michael, then aged 11, to perfect his moonwalk dance and to use it later on, when disco become a hit. The only way the dance would work if it was perceived that walking on the moon was reality in the grasp of teenagers and disco dancers alike.

The conspiracy has lived with Armstrong and Aldrin for years and they regret their part in not only deceiving the world but in assisting Jackson to become as successful as he once was.

The actual filming of the great moon landing con occurred at Jackson seniors home in Gary, Indiana and explains why both Aldrin and Armstrong did not return to earth with moon cheese as expected. It also explains why the stars and stripes can not be seen from earth, confirming no flag was ever planted on the moon.

The actual moonwalk created by Michael Jackson became an overnight sensation with Jackson patenting the dance for over $50,000,000,000 making the actual cost of paying off NASA and the two deceitful astronauts of note, mere peanuts in comparison.

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