posted on Apr, 13 2008 @ 11:10 AM
I am a former DoD deployable civilian.
I have knowledge of classified equipment and stuff. Would I share that knowledge, no. It's not death threats or money making offers. The knowledge I
possess may, just may, give any enemy a little edge to kill one or several of my troops. It's not that I'm a super-patriot, I just take my oath of
office seriously. Besides, I'd rather be on the winning side of any war regardless of the war.
I know I will hardly ever change anyone's mind within these forums. I've had more than a few good laughs reading some of the postings. I really
enjoy the thought processes that occur with some historic events.
Forget 9/11, I 'm old and don't want to waste time on this. Why don't you believe there was a moon landing?
Let's lay just a little groundwork as I have heard every argument and the rebuttal. This is old territory, so others can research it on their own.
The only reason to keep this conspiracy alive is money. Who makes the money, the average joe who is now retired from Rockwell International, Boeing,
Lockheed-Martin, or even a retired government military or civilian worker. NO, it's the guys who write the books or makes the videos about the
cover-up of the moon landing.
Ever wonder why someone doesn't come forward and tell the truth? You asked this question at the start. Maybe, just maybe, the truth is staring you in
the face, but you refuse to believe it for some reason only known to you.
If the astronauts told you they were on the moon, would you believe them... they have, it's been reported. If the lead scientists told you the
results and failures they had in developing these rockets for space flight, would you believe them? They have in any number of real books and magazine
The problem lays in who to believe. The people who really did the work and have nothing else to prove, or; the person making claims something didn't
happen and is stuffing his pockets with cash on book or film sales.
Just some rambling thoughts from an old guy....