There Really Are Conspiracies, But This Isn’t One of Them
IN THIS VIDEO, writer and director S.G. Collins of Postwar Media examines the theory that the Apollo Moon landings could have been faked in a studio — either by Stanley Kubrick or by anyone else. Collins looks at the theory from a different, seldom-discussed perspective: Being an expert in video and film technology, he examines the capabilities of even the best, cutting edge gear available in that field in the late 1960s — showing us that the alleged fraud was simply not possible.
Collins acknowledges that — as National Vanguard readers well know — the US government lies all the time. But it is not in our interest to concentrate on irrelevant or concocted conspiracies, whether put forward by earnest amateurs or by paid Cointelpro-type agents. These muddy the waters, take away our credibility, waste our time and energy, and lessen our chances of defeating the very real conspiracy to commit genocide against our race.
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Source: Author and National Vanguard correspondents