posted on Jul, 17 2012 @ 11:16 PM
reply to post by DJW001
I shouldn't need to. It is self explanatory. It's only two words: "historical" and "narrative". Try saying them out loud and maybe you will
understand it. Someday. Hopefully.
You still need to explain why you have such an urgent need to control it. In truth, you don't own the narrative. Neither do I. But I want a more
accurate, less mythological Apollo narrative.
So many times I have just scratched the surface of Nixon's Apollo and I find C I A written all over it. From Howard Hughes' Surveyor spacecraft to
Richard Underwood at the photo lab. Farouk El Baz and Edward Nixon. Does that ring a bell? Miraculous healings of Michael Collins, Alan Shepard and
Jim Irwin. Deke Slayton, the CIA station chief. The Stamp Dealers with Howard Hughes money connections in Florida and Las Vegas. Using the spacemen
for American diplomacy when the stated purpose was "For All Mankind" well it wasn't like that during the super paranoid anti-communist pro-war
Nixon years, was it?
There's more. The Lovelace Clinic, for example. The early Hollywood connections with Tv video enhancement technology. The Swiss Bank accounts of
Apollo 15. The $70,000 payouts from Life magazine. The free Corvettes.
The quick money astronauts like Shepard and Dave Scott. The 18.5 minutes of blank transcript from Apollo 12's secret stand up EVA that uncannily
mirrors the 18.5 minutes that were famously erased from Richard Nixon's White House tapes. the missing telemetry tapes from Accession #A694099 or the
moon rocks which never had "adequate controls". Etc. Ad infinitum.
The Apollo 13 teledrama is just one chapter of the Nixonian Tv propaganda surge which took place entirely under his presidency. This has nothing to do
with "For All Mankind" this has everything to do with American flag patriotism fat rockets and fat paychecks for the U.S. military industrial
Worshipping of idols does not sit well with a skeptical point of view. In my view, there are no idols. If someone constructs an idol it is my
responsibility to knock it down. The obvious conclusion is that your narrative is constructed with a fatal defect. A defective narrative deserves to
be toppled into a heap of ashes and regolith.