… pile of 9/11 garbage. Talk about layers upon layers of foolishness and mockery of the masses. They even created a controversy around their twisted story of metal. The stories around the myth of 9/11 get more outrageous as time goes by.
A sculpture made with material sourced from the wreckage of New York’s Twin Towers is to be permanently displayed in London’s Olympic Park, the Art Newspaper reports.
A very clever production making what we talk about crazy. Most of it is a a huge leap from our evaluation of numerology, gematria, symbolism, and coincidences pertaining to the 9/11 hoax, but maybe not to the average person.
This chart should be in all critical thinkers’ lockers – and it should be taught in all schools alongside the times-tables. I am going to do an audio on this – it’s that important. Using this tools we can dismantle most or all of the attacks against fakeologist ways of thinking.
Ad Hominem (Argument To The Man)
Affirming The Consequent
Appeal To Anonymous Authority
Appeal To Authority
Appeal To Coincidence
Appeal To Complexity
Appeal To False Authority
Appeal To Force
Appeal To Pity (Appeal to Sympathy, The Galileo Argument)
Appeal To Widespread Belief (Bandwagon Argument, Peer Pressure, Appeal To Common Practice)
Argument By Dismissal
Argument By Emotive Language (Appeal To The People)
Argument By Fast Talking
Argument By Generalization
Argument By Gibberish (Bafflement)
Argument By Half Truth (Suppressed Evidence)
Argument By Laziness (Argument By Uninformed Opinion)
The paid whores who are our culture creators get to act in big movies, and in return they must do the PRC’s bidding and sell the myths – in this case the famous moon hoax that was the Apollo series of movies.
Here’s an article that talks about the latest bit of space propaganda, Interstellar. The clip states that the hoax was done to bankrupt the Soviet Union. This may be partially true, but it’s also ignoring the fact the media of the West is as controlled or even more controlled than the former Eastern Bloc.
This article and clip features many the fallacious arguments: appeal to ridicule, appeal to authority, appeal to absurdity.
I wonder if it is true that most Americans don’t believe they went to the moon.
Of all of the conspiracy loonies currently at large — birthers, truthers and grassy-knollers, we’re looking at you — there are none quite as febrile as the folks who claim the Apollo moon landings were faked. The theory (with apologies to the word “theory”) presumes that all of the 400,000 people directly or indirectly involved in the moon landings schemed in perfect secrecy to pull off the greatest scam in history, and have maintained their silence for more than two generations since the lunar program ended in 1972. It would be easier just to go to the flipping moon.