Wednesday, July 22, 2009

The Jewish Mythology that the Moon Landings Were a Hoax

Christopher Jon Bjerknes

There is a very subtle aspect to the Jewish mythology that the moon landings were a hoax. Operatives working for the Jews to smear everyone in the Anti-Zionist Movement, and to create disunity, a sense of hopelessness, and a failure to look for viable solutions in the Anti-Zionist community; these same operatives who imposter as if "anti-Zionists" are setting forth the lie that the moonshots were of Jewish origin. They thereby not only deny the Gentiles credit for their accomplishments and provoke Gentiles to disbelieve and loathe their own, but they create the (utterly false) general impression for more popular consumption that the Jews somehow have a right to take credit for the moon landings.

Jules Verne, who was not Jewish, wrote De la terre à la lune; trajet direct en 97 heures, Bibliothèque d'éducation et de récréation, J. Hetzel, 18, rue Jacob, Paris, (1865); English translation by L. Mercier and E. E. King, From the Earth to the Moon direct in ninety-seven hours and twenty minutes, and a trip round it, Scribner, Armstrong, New York, (1874). The two men chiefly responsible for the rocket technology and the desire and vision that brought men to the moon were German scientists, Arthur Rudolph and Wernher von Braun both of whom have been smeared by the Jews. JFK promoted the project, and he was not Jewish.

The moon landings were a Gentile achievement, not Jewish.