As any good Champion of Truth knows, the alleged moon landing was, of course, an elaborate sham constructed by Hollywood and NASA to distract the rest of the world from our newly acquired Nazi UFO technology. And as any reasonable person knows, that is bullshit. Or—according to a fake new video of a BOMBSHELL fake…
Infowars.com, radio host Alex Jones' virtual mecca for conspiracy theorists, preppers, and otherwise non-sheeple alike, is full of bullshit. But the most spectacular of this particular brand of insanity lies in its online store. Where you can buy a chance to save yourself from the New World Order—in bulk.
As is true with almost any spacefaring mission, conspiracy theorists are eager to deconstruct and point out the LIES! our government space agencies are telling us, and of course, the ESA's recently successful Philae mission is no exception. But I've got to say, this conspiracy tale would make a great book.
I thought some "readers" were joking when they claimed they believed the Onion's story on a conspiracy theorist finally convincing Neil Armstrong about how the Moon landings were faked. They weren't. Like these two newspapers, who reprinted it as fact.