reply to post by exponent
Point 1. Youtube does not spoon feed me rubbish! - I have a little more intelligence than that to just swallow all youtube offers. The fact is, you
can look at lots of evidence on youtube and pick the relevant bits, and from those bits build a picture. Don't judge me, when you've never met me.
There is a lot of fact on youtube and without it, we'd ALL be in the hands of the MSM!
Point 2. If I don't believe they went, and someone somewhere shows me a video clip, which points out that it appears to be wires supporting the
astronaut, and then I find other video clips that make no mention of the wires, or suggest anything on the clip is other than a real moon walk, then I
have the right to assume that the flashes I am seeing are in fact cable/wire. The reason that is so, is because it ties in with my belief.
How else does anyone have any kind of belief, it is not either the teachings of others or the piecing together of information?
Years ago Christian people believed in Jesus and the crucifixion.... Did they witness that? No. Did they have anything other than the church preaching
at them? No. How many video clips did they watch, or books did they read giving an alternative view? None! So they believed, or chose not to.
Today, we have mountains of evidence on both sides and from that we can build a picture. For me, I see outside of the box. I don't believe the MSM or
anything I'm told by the media or any government. I question it logically and with an open mind.
With that in mind, I explore all the information available and make up my mind. NOTHING I have seen or read about the moon landings have convinced me
that they must have been for real. However, tons of information supports my belief that they didn't.
So, I'm not spoon fed by youtube, and neither do I believe everything I read, see or hear. Perhaps you should take off your blinkers that so easily
steer you into the path of total belief, that says this event took place!