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Bart Sibrel on Coast To Coast AM last night: Wow! Just... Wow!

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posted on Mar, 21 2009 @ 07:36 AM
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Didja listen? Hoo-boy! One caller was originally from Uruguay, and Sibrel was so paranoid that he suggested the man's accent was fake. Presumably, I guess, 'cause he thought the caller was a disinformation agent with an axe to grind.

Another caller claimed to be a photographic specialist with firsthand knowledge of many NASA photos. Sibrel expressed the opinion that it was awfully funny or convenient that this particular caller just happened to get through, as if C2C had set him up or something.

The best part was when Ian Punnett happened to be telling his audience about a new photo of himself smoking his pipe, which appears on the beta version of the redesigned C2C Web site. Sibrel jumped right in and asked Punnett what was in the pipe.

Punnett responded that he enjoyed smoking a cherry-flavored tobacco, to which Sibrel replied, "Is 'tobacco' in quotation marks?"

Punnett, an ordained minister, did not quite take Sibrel's meaning at first, or perhaps couldn't believe his ears. Sibrel awkwardly clarified that he was attempting to lighten the mood of that evening's show.

Way to go, Bart Sibrel! Get on one of the biggest radio shows in the world and publicly accuse the host of smoking dope!

Well I guess anybody'd have to be on drugs to find flaw with your brilliant arguments. Let's see some more of that footage, Bart, in which you're personally stalking and harassing elderly astronauts.

Sigh.

More to be pitied than scorned.




posted on Mar, 21 2009 @ 07:42 AM
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Originally posted by flightsuit
Didja listen? Hoo-boy! One caller was originally from Uruguay, and Sibrel was so paranoid that he suggested the man's accent was fake. Presumably, I guess, 'cause he thought the caller was a disinformation agent with an axe to grind.


For those of us who don't know who this Sibrel fellow is, could you explain?

I've never heard of the fellow, so a brief description of who is is would be interesting.

Thanks



posted on Mar, 21 2009 @ 07:43 AM
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I would have enjoyed that show. I love Bart Sibrel, although I disagree with him as to why the moon hoax caper was pulled off. Bart says it was to win the Cold War. I disagree. I agree with William Cooper instead who said it was done to convince gullible people like the OP that interplanetary travel is possible.

See, you inundate them with space movies, Star Trek, Star Wars, ET, 2001 Space Odyssy, on and on and on, and then you pull off a hokey moon landing caper and voila, the people will be ready to receive the demons and chimeras as saviors (and/or enemies for which earth must unite in a NWO) and embrace the Dark Side in unison, kill off the rest who won't go along.

For people who want to live for a momentary thrill, this is dandy. For people who know there's an eternity to answer for our life here on earth, it's not so dandy and we will not take the Mark, will not worship the antichrist, and will not sit down to dinner with demons and call them our friends and "aliens" visiting from another star system to help us, or watch them be interviewed on TV by Larry King and think it's oh so wonderful.


This link www.youtube.com... is to a NASA film, where they admit the radiation is prohibitive beyond earth's atmosphere and they are trying to figure out a way to deal with it. Yet we are supposed to believe we sent men to the moon nine times in the late '60s and early '70s? Time to wake up. Another hoax, scam by our beloved government, not as audacious as 9/11, but close. They are such fakers, such stagers, the Luciferians.

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posted on Mar, 21 2009 @ 08:11 AM
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Here's a good link that proves the moon landings were a hoax.
nasascam.bravehost.com...

And Bart Sibrel is the one who produced the film A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Moon, proving it was all a hoax, with a paper moon glued to the window, and they never left earth's orbit. His website www.moonmovie.com, captures the interview of Neal Armstrong and the other outlaw lying criminals in their first (and only) press conference after their heroic "return" from the moon when they didn't have their stories straight and some reporter asked Armstrong what the stars looked like from the moon, and Armstrong turned to his brothers in crime with a blank look and said, "Did we see any stars?" They all agreed, no stars. So Armstrong turned back and said, We didn't see any stars.

His website trailers are as good as the movie. He has several movies out, Astronauts gone wild, and others.


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posted on Mar, 21 2009 @ 09:42 AM
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I can't believe people still think the Moon landing was a hoax. I suppose the Space Shuttle is a hoax too? Satellites too? Delta IVs? Titans? The ISS? The Mars rover? Don't disparage Neil Armstrong and crew. Thet had major stones to do what they did.

OP, I agree a little more background information on Sibrel would be good.



posted on Mar, 21 2009 @ 09:47 AM
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The only info I have on Sibrel is that he's a bit vulnerable to a right hook. . . .

buzz



posted on Mar, 21 2009 @ 09:48 AM
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Bart Winfield Sibrel is a Nashville, Tennessee-based amateur filmmaker who claims that the six Apollo moon landings between 1969 and 1972 were hoaxes. He has made two films putting forward his claims A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Moon and Astronauts Gone Wild.

Most astronauts have refused to grant him interviews due to his questionable tactics used in attempts to obtain footage of them confessing to being conspirators in a hoax. The most infamous incident involved Apollo 11 crew member Buzz Aldrin, the second man to walk on the moon. According to Aldrin, he was lured to a Beverly Hills hotel under the pretext of an interview on space for a Japanese children's television show. When he arrived, Aldrin claims Sibrel was there demanding that he swear on a Bible that he had walked on the moon.

When Aldrin refused, Sibrel called him a coward, a liar, and a thief.[1] Aldrin punched Sibrel in the jaw and the incident was captured on video. Sibrel later attempted to use the tape to convince police and prosecutors that he was the victim of an assault. However, it was decided that Aldrin had been provoked, and did not actually injure Sibrel, and so no charges were filed.[2] Many talk show hosts aired the clip, making Sibrel the butt of jokes.[2]

en.wikipedia.org...

He's stalked astronauts, lied to get access to them, called them liars, etc. There's a great video out there of Buzz Aldrin decking him after he follows him to a restaurant with a family member and basically pins him against a wall demanding Aldrin swear on a bible that he walked on the moon.



posted on Mar, 21 2009 @ 09:51 AM
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Coast to Coast has this video up on their site



www.coasttocoastam.com...



posted on Mar, 21 2009 @ 09:52 AM
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I'm with you GTO, I don't understand how they say it's fake when you can take electronic telescope any observatory and see details there on the surface!

lol.. they fake it then sent the tools so it's look real? come on,.



posted on Mar, 21 2009 @ 10:16 AM
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Originally posted by GTORick

I can't believe people still think the Moon landing was a hoax. I suppose the Space Shuttle is a hoax too?


Not a hoax, just a huge waste of time and money and not out of earth's atmosphere.


Originally posted by GTORick
Satellites too?


Unmanned satellites orbiting the earth is a whole lot different than sending three men to the moon in a module (ever see how tiny that thing is in the Space Museum) to land on the moon with a contraption with spider legs and gold foil (ever really take a look at that thing) and do it with no prior study or research or testing and do it six times, and then 'beam up' to the mother ship who was patiently circling the moon waiting for just the right time to connect up and head back to Earth just in time for dinner? Yet now NASA releases films of it's preparatory studies of radiation to see if they can possibly get a moon landing of some sort going by 2020? Huh? Can you connect any dots here?


Originally posted by GTORick

Don't disparage Neil Armstrong and crew. Thet had major stones to do what they did.


They most definitely had stones. It takes a lot of gall to sit in front of billions of people by way of television and say with a straight face that they saw no stars on the moon. Check out the trailer on Bart's website and watch them squirm as they tell their whoppers. Yes, it does take stones to do that, gallstones.

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[edit on 21-3-2009 by Salt of the Earth]



posted on Mar, 21 2009 @ 10:53 AM
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Originally posted by Salt of the Earth
Unmanned satellites orbiting the earth is a whole lot different than sending three men to the moon in a module (ever see how tiny that thing is in the Space Museum) to land on the moon with a contraption with spider legs and gold foil (ever really take a look at that thing) and do it with no prior study or research or testing and do it six times? Yet now NASA releases films of it's preparatory studies of radiation to see if they can possibly get a moon landing of some sort going by 2020? Huh? Can you connect any dots here?


That certainly couldn't have anything to do with the length of time they're planning on staying on the moon when they go back now could it. Apollo stayed on the moon for a couple of days, where the next missions will start out with 7 days on the moon, eventually increasing that to six weeks, until there's a permanent presence on the moon.

Apollo 11-14 were H missions, meaning they were on the moon for just long enough to accomplish a couple of moonwalks. Apollo 15-17 were J missions and were on the moon a total of almost 3 days.

Apollo 11 was on the moon for a total of 21 hours an 36 minutes. Apollo 15 was on the moon for about 67 hours. Both of those are short term stays that they were able to predict the radiation exposure for fairly accurately. Now we're talking 7 days, which will have a much higher radiation exposure.

This is something that people that believe the hoax always like to point out without actually looking into the differences between Apollo and the 2020 missions.


While the initial lunar journeys under the new program would place astronauts on the lunar surface for a maximum of seven days, future expeditions could last up to six months, akin to flights now conducted by space station astronauts, Griffin said.

NASA's Apollo program landed two astronauts on the lunar surface while a third orbited the Moon. Under the space agency's new plan, all four astronauts would make the lunar descent and explore the surface.

"So we get at least double the amount of time [on the Moon] with seven-day missions and four times the amount of lunar surface crew hours," Griffin said, comparing the planned lunar missions to their Apollo predecessors.

Also unlike the Apollo flights, which were largely confined to the Moon's equatorial regions, CEV missions could reach any point on the Moon that promised interesting science, Griffin said.

www.space.com...

As for no stars how many times have you stood under a bright streetlight and looked at stars? Kinda hard to see them isn't it. The reflectivity of the moon made it extremely difficult to see stars, added to the fact that they couldn't exactly end backwards to look up at the stars while they were busy working.

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posted on Mar, 21 2009 @ 11:02 AM
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These guys parade around solemnly wearing aprons with the jolly roger on it and other occultic egyptian crap. They are a brotherhood of outlaws, liars, and pikers. If you want to think the astroNOTs were brave heros who risked their lives to fly to the moon and landed on the moon in that contraption (some pictures even show scotch tape holding what looks like the roofing paper together), with gold foil wrapped around those big flapper feet on the bottom of the spider legs --

they should have let Stanley Kubrick design their set instead of Walt Disney. It would have been more realistic --

if you really want to make idols out of these frauds and pikers and if you really want to invite a demon to dinner in the New World Order, then keep on believing in fairy tales.

Someday we will all be standing before God and will have a whole eternity to spend based on the choices we made here, and whether we were a lover or a hater of the truth.



posted on Mar, 21 2009 @ 11:09 AM
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I listened to the program and thought Ian really tried to challenge/debunk him to the point where I felt more inclined to believe his story. Sibrel made some interesting points. I never before gave the hoax theory any credit, but now I'm not so sure.

If there is visual proof they were there I'd like to see it.

I would recommend any one who is interested go to c2c and stream or download last nights show today Saturday March 21, 2009 while it is still there.

www.coasttocoastam.com...



posted on Mar, 21 2009 @ 11:14 AM
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Originally posted by Salt of the Earth
These guys parade around solemnly wearing aprons with the jolly roger on it and other occultic egyptian crap. They are a brotherhood of outlaws, liars, and pikers. If you want to think the astroNOTs were brave heros who risked their lives to fly to the moon and landed on the moon in that contraption (some pictures even show scotch tape holding what looks like the roofing paper together), with gold foil wrapped around those big flapper feet on the bottom of the spider legs --

they should have let Stanley Kubrick design their set instead of Walt Disney. It would have been more realistic --

if you really want to make idols out of these frauds and pikers and if you really want to invite a demon to dinner in the New World Order, then keep on believing in fairy tales.

Someday we will all be standing before God and will have a whole eternity to spend based on the choices we made here, and whether we were a lover or a hater of the truth.


Could you start bringing fourth some evidence that the moon landings were actually faked instead of sitting there trying to discredit the brave people who pretty much flew to the moon in a shanty P.O.S. while not knowing what exactly to expect?



posted on Mar, 21 2009 @ 11:21 AM
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Originally posted by OKCBtard

Could you start bringing fourth some evidence that the moon landings were actually faked instead of sitting there trying to discredit the brave people who pretty much flew to the moon in a shanty P.O.S. while not knowing what exactly to expect?


Oh, like this?
nasascam.bravehost.com..." target='_blank' class='tabOff'/>



posted on Mar, 21 2009 @ 11:25 AM
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Never listened but i know those phone ins are cons. Just because you are paranoid does not mean they are not out to get you, and people people do have a right to be fearful.

Alot of calls on those shows must be cons period.



posted on Mar, 21 2009 @ 11:33 AM
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Yes, great show it was ! That Bart Sibrel is a real honest to God, nut job. All the Moon landings were real just by the fact the USA couldn't keep that kind of secret this long.

Now that would be really strange!



posted on Mar, 21 2009 @ 11:52 AM
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Originally posted by Salt of the Earth
I agree with William Cooper instead who said it was done to convince gullible people like the OP that interplanetary travel is possible.


So, um, exactly what did I say in my original post that convinced you I'm gullible?

You know what? Never mind; it's not about me.



posted on Mar, 21 2009 @ 12:19 PM
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Originally posted by RUFFREADY
All the Moon landings were real just by the fact the USA couldn't keep that kind of secret this long.



Yeah and Oswald acted alone to kill Kennedy.


Someone I know who works for Boeing said rumor has it that the government told them if they couldn't do it, then they better do a good job faking it.

Honestly, I hope it is true. If it ever gets proven otherwise we be know as the "Land of the Liars". Come to think of it, we already are.......



posted on Mar, 21 2009 @ 12:27 PM
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Originally posted by RUFFREADY
Yes, great show it was ! That Bart Sibrel is a real honest to God, nut job. All the Moon landings were real just by the fact the USA couldn't keep that kind of secret this long.

Now that would be really strange!


Right. The cat is out of the bag.

Here's one place where the cat got out but good (see link below)


nasascam.bravehost.com..." target='_blank' class='tabOff'/>



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