International Journal of Inactivism — Mindless Link Propagation section

  • 05:28:26 pm on April 23, 2009 | 0

    Is the much hyped-up celestial body known as ‘the Moon’ nothing but an elaborate hoax after all? As the Fraser Institute might say: Question the hype! (Via z.)

    The president of the AHA [American Historical Association], William Leuchtenburg, [… once said] that for a group of historians to say that there had been a Holocaust was tantamount to “an organization of astronomers saying there is a moon.”

    While, on the surface, this appears as nothing more than a shameless attempt to trivialize and thereby discredit the work of revisionists, it nonetheless got me to thinking: why did this historian single out the moon? Why would a scholar […] use such language to imply that the existence of the moon, unlike any other issue, was a given and not subject to proof? What, in other words, was he trying to hide?

    It was then that I embarked on my research, which has led me to this day when I can confidently make the following assertion: The Moon does not exist. As I realize this revelation may appear shocking to the average reader, allow me to repeat it:

    The Moon does not exist!

    This is no lie. Until recently, I, too, believed in the traditional, establishment view of the moon. But any thinking person, untainted by the biases imposed on us by the controlled media, will have no choice but to reach the conclusion I did once faced with the facts described in this account. […]

    A cash reward of $100,000 has been offered to anyone who can send us, by e-mail, conclusive physical evidence of the existence of the moon. This reward remains unclaimed.

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