8 thoughts on “Whitey on the moon

  1. wanda

    Jeran-ism = Sensationalism. What part of Whitey’s on the moon is not race baiting? Who says it is “Whitey” in control of everything? Because i don’t think it is. I mean, those who are doing this look “white”… they looked white when they brought black slavery to America… but they also look Muslim when they wanted to pull off some false flag terrorism to prophet from war. It ain’t Whitey who profits from these acts at the end of the day.

    Jeran-ism says it himself, he’d like to do this full time… he needs you to support. We’d all like our bullsh*t to fly. His interest is not what is true… it is about what brings in the $$$$. How does he get to school us about not being racist with his “Whitey done it” catch line? I think Jeran-ism’s act is a bit long in the tooth. “Don’t trust me.”… sounds more like a good warning to heed.

  2. ZalianZalian

    As much as i usually agree with Jeranism i dont see the point in this angle.

    If they get enough preassure to put a female on the moon or uranus or wherever, they will just fake that aswell, and people will go back to sleep again, possibly even more convinced that NASA is real this time.

    His line of thinking is that masons only hire white men, which is true, but he forget about the other secret societies that are subordinate to the masons.
    Like the eastern star for women and whatever “black” society obama comes from (does skull and bones accept black people?)
    not to mention the full black secret societies.

    We are gonna need something better than this to bring NASA down.
    But atleast Jeranism is trying to come up with an angle, so ill give him that, keep them coming 🙂

    -Zal

  3. xileffilex

    “…Russia’s allegatons about their doubts about the moon landing…” from about 1:10

    Are we really to swallow this, that the Russians aren’t in on the hoax?
    So what was actually said at the time [June 2015]?

    June 17 2015
    www.washingtonpost.com…
    The increasingly tense relationship between the United States and Russia might be about to face a new challenge: a Russian investigation into American moon landings.

    In an op-ed published by Russian newspaper Izvestia on Tuesday, Vladimir Markin, a spokesman for the government’s official Investigative Committee, argued that such an investigation could reveal new insights into the historical space journeys.

    According to a translation by the Moscow Times, Markin would support an inquiry into the disappearance of original footage from the first moon landing in 1969 and the whereabouts of lunar rock, which was brought back to earth during several missions.

    “We are not contending that they did not fly [to the moon], and simply made a film about it. But all of these scientific — or perhaps cultural — artifacts are part of the legacy of humanity, and their disappearance without a trace is our common loss. An investigation will reveal what happened,” Markin wrote, according to the Moscow Times translation.

    Limited hangout, once again. And Jeranism doesn’t see through it?

    But it was really all about football, which we all love.

    June 16 2015
    www.themoscowtimes.com…

    Vladimir Markin penned a column for the Izvestia newspaper arguing that U.S. authorities had crossed a line by launching a large-scale corruption probe targeting nine FIFA officials. …sparked a heated debate about Russia’s role as host of the 2018 World Cup….Venting his frustration with what he viewed as “U.S. prosecutors having declared themselves the supreme arbiters of international football affairs,” Markin proposed that international investigators could likewise examine some of the murkier elements of America’s past.

    An international investigation could help solve the mystery of the disappearance of film footage from the original moon landing in 1969, or explain where the nearly 400 kilograms of lunar rock reportedly obtained during several such missions between 1969 and 1972 have been spirited away to, Markin suggested.

    But it was never going to happen, was it?

      1. khammadkhammad

        Feminism? From Jeranism? All I see is him stating the obvious: There were no women who went to the moon. There were few women in positions of power in the 1960’s so this is not a surprise at all that no women were recruited to go the moon. We didn’t need the illuminati and their sexist ways to keep women off the moon, at the time it is what was expected societally. No women went to the moon? Old news. Really old news. Really really old news because today there are several female astroNOTs, which is a reflection of women in society today.

        Jeranism is digging deep to try and act like he is on the side of reason.

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