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Russia’s future moon mission will check if America actually landed there

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Russias future moon mission will check if America actually landed there

Conspiracy theories surrounding the Apollo program have existed for longer than many of us have been alive and have evolved so much in that time that they’ve essentially formed their own sub-genre of conspiracy theory. They vary wildly in terms of complexity and plausibility, but most of them claim that, for any number of reasons and by any number of means, NASA faked the manned moon landings of the late 1960s and early 1970s. This belief is especially prevalent among Russians, with a poll conducted by the Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM) finding that about 57% of Russians believe NASA faked the manned moon landings, which isn’t exactly surprising.

With the success of the Apollo 11 mission in 1969, which saw Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong become the first men to set foot on the moon, the United States effectively “won” one of the biggest pissing matches of the Cold War: the Space Race. While it’s hard to say the Soviet Union “lost” the Space Race given how many economic, social, and technological benefits it gained from the competition, the United States asserting its technological superiority with the Apollo 11 mission definitely left a bad taste in the mouths of the Soviet people. This taste still lingers in the mouths of many Russians, which is why it’s not surprising to learn that so many of them believe the Americans had to cheat in order to “win” the Space Race.

This topic was actually brought up during a recent conversation between Dmitry Rogozin, the Director General of Russia’s space agency, and Igor Dodon, the President of Moldova. During the conversation, Mr. Rogozin was asked whether or not NASA actually sent men to the moon with the Apollo program, to which he responded that Roscosmos, the Russian space agency, will attempt to verify the authenticity of NASA’s claims during one of its future missions to the moon. It should be noted that his response was accompanied by a smile and a shrug, meaning it may very well have been a joke, but the context of his conversation with President Dodon is far more interesting than the meaning of any of his comments.

The two men were discussing the future of space exploration, a topic which has seen a resurgence of interest in recent years. The end of the Space Race saw interest in space exploration wane significantly; why compete in a competition that’s already over? That isn’t to say that countries stopped caring about space, far from it, but space missions became less about national prestige and more about pure science, which meant it was less interesting to the public and, by extension, the politicians who represented them. However, with rising powers like China and India wanting to demonstrate their technological capabilities to the world and billionaires like Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos dreaming of their own, private space missions, interest in space exploration has been exploding. There are even claims that we’re entering a new Space Race, only this time there are more competitors and private corporations will play a much larger role.

China, India, Israel, Japan, Germany, Russia, and the United States are all working to land robots on the moon in the future, but only China, Japan, Russia, and the United States are working to land humans on the moon. By the time either China or Japan have actually completed their manned lunar landings, however, Russia should be in the process of building a permanent lunar base and the United States may have already completed its own such base, possibly with the help of Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin. As for Mars, only China, the European Union, India, Japan, and the United States are working to land robots on the planet, while only the United States is working to land humans there. Elon Musk’s SpaceX, an American company, is also working to send humans to Mars, but Musk is notorious for promising more than he can deliver, so SpaceX’s plans for Mars should be taken with a grain of salt for the time being.

It’s clear that the United States will be far and away the biggest player in the so-called “Space Race 2.0”, with Russia being a distant second and China and Japan following somewhere behind. The other nations are more like participants than actual competitors, but then again, this isn’t exactly a competition. Unlike the first Space Race, this isn’t a pissing match, and all the participants are collaborating with one another in an effort to further our understanding of the universe and potentially lay the foundations for the future of human civilization. While growing tensions around the world may change this in the future, as it stands now, the next Space Race looks to be much more friendly and mutually beneficial than the last one. I’m looking forward to it!

I’m also looking forward to seeing if 57% of Russians in the 2030s will think America faked the Mars landings.

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Alleged Philadelphia shooter Maurice Hill attended radical Wahhabi Islam mosque: report

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Wahhabism, the anti-American fundamentalist Islamic sect that drives the religious culture in Saudi Arabia, has as one of its stated goals to spread their beliefs around the world through any means necessary. Mosques promoting their radical ideology have been popping up across America over the last few years, including in Philadelphia. Alleged cop-shooter Maurice Hill attended one of them.

According to Clarion Project:

The mosque, called Masjid Ahlil Hadith Wal Athar, is known for preaching the Islamist ideology promoted by Saudi Arabia referred to as “Wahhabism.”

Clarion Intelligence Network has been aware through its sources that the area where the shootings took place is known for trafficking in guns, drugs and counterfeit items. This criminal market has a strong Islamist element that includes extremist gangs.

Hill’s older sister said he “occasionally attended” an unnamed mosque, confirming initial reports from our sources that Hill is a Muslim. The sources do not yet have first-hand evidence of the shooter being personally involved in Islamist extremism.

Clarion Intel’s sources report that Masjid Ahlil Hadith Wal Athar is a Salafi mosque which follows the theocratic teachings of Saudi Arabia’s top Wahhabist scholars.

At this point, there is no indication that Hill’s shooting of police officers was motivated by Islamism or anything other than a desire to resist arrest.

Today, a march was scheduled to “Free Maurice Hill” by Black Community Control of Police, a group adamantly opposed to law enforcement. There are no indications the group is aligned with Masjid Ahlil Hadeeth Wal Athar, but it is a common practice among radical Islamic groups to disguise their associations and operate apparently independent from one another.

The details surrounding the gunfight seem to indicate it was not prompted by Wahhabism as Hill was apparently approached as a result of a separate warrant enforced against a neighbor. But the clear disregard for police authority and the willingness to attempt to murder multiple law enforcement officers indicates an ideology that is prepared to kill and die. Was this ideology sparked at the radical mosque Hill attended?

As expected, the appetite of legacy media to cover Maurice Hill died down quickly despite the rampant calls for gun control. His story has too many things that go against the progressive media’s narrative.

Any connections to Islam in situations like these are automatically dismissed as Islamophobia. But it’s highly unlikely Maurice Hill’s alleged actions were completely disparate from the radical teachings of the mosque he attended.

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Conservatives, don’t let #EpsteinSuicide become our #MuellerReport

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Jeffrey Epstein probably didn’t commit suicide. The circumstances behind his death are too bizarre, from sleeping guards and malfunctioning cameras to broken neck bones and odd bed sheet strangulation techniques. But we’re never going to know the truth whether he killed himself or not. This is above all of our paygrades and therefore pondering and conspiracy theorizing about it can be a distraction at best, a backfiring ploy at worst.

It’s interesting, especially considering all of the powerful men within his circle who could be implicated. But the system won’t allow them to be implicated in a meaningful way. The entire Jeffrey Epstein episode can yield no fruit and is, in fact, a consciousness trap that can draw us away from much more important issues. As for getting justice for the victims, again, that’s also above our paygrades. If there’s any justice, it won’t come as a result of us Tweeting out conspiracy theories or ranting about the Clinton Kill List.

This has been on my mind for a couple of days, but a Twitter thread I just read brought it home.

There’s no need for conservatives to dwell on Jeffrey Epstein. If you think the investigation will yield fruit to use against Democrats, you’re almost certainly mistaken. Let’s not get caught in the same unhinged hopes the Democrats had for Mueller.

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Don’t disregard Jeffrey Epstein’s death as a murder conspiracy theory

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It seems as if the alleged suicide of Jeffrey Epstein is already being swept under the rug. Some of this is due to the fact that he was a monster and few people in America are sad to see him gone. But there seems to be a concerted effort to label any talk of irregularities in his “suicide” as conspiracy theories, with even the President being accused by left-wing legacy media of propagating falsehoods.

But there are serious concerns, questions that must be asked, and answers that will likely never come. Most of the conspiracy theories revolve around motive; Were Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, and other lawmakers worried of being implicated by Epstein? This one isn’t a conspiracy theory. It’s well known that powerful men have been named in connection with Epstein’s child sex ring. More will likely be named. And Epstein’s word is the one that everyone wanted to hear on the matter. Would he name names to get a lightened sentence? Some indicators before his death said yes.

The real conspiracy theories lie in the unknown. If he was on suicide watch, why was he not being watched? If he was taken off of suicide watch, who’s the idiot who thought that was a good idea? Why were surveillance cameras allegedly “malfunctioning” at the most inconvenient time possible? If guards were supposed to check on him every 30 minutes, why is there a gap between the time of his death and the time his body was found?

We’re hearing all kinds of excuses. The guards were on overtime. The cameras weren’t malfunctioning, but the files are corrupt. He wasn’t really on suicide watch because he was acting happy and ready for trial. There’s no investigation because federal law enforcement do not investigate apparent suicides. We’re hearing anything and everything from the DoJ and others involved in the seemingly simple task of making sure Jeffrey Epstein didn’t die.

But, as Michael Corleone said in The Godfather, Part II, “If anything in this life is certain, if history has taught us anything, it is that you can kill anyone.”

It is almost certain we will never know the truth about Jeffrey Epstein’s death or the people he could have implicated had he not been “taken off the table.” But that doesn’t mean we stop asking questions. Don’t let labels drive you from the truth.

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