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maryann johanson, ruining movies since 1997

because the military-industrial-entertainment complex Fox Mulder warned us about is real

Remember those two big skyscrapers that used to be in lower Manhattan? Remember how they fell to the ground? Never happened. It was all CGI:

Malaysia’s former premier Mahathir Mohamad said on Wednesday there was “strong evidence” the US faked the September 11 terror attacks as an excuse to go to war against Muslims.

“There is strong evidence that the attacks were staged. If they can make Avatar, they can make anything,’ Mahathir told the Conference for the Support of Al-Quds (Jerusalem), as quoted by local media.

But you know what? Avatar ain’t nuthin’ and the 9/11 fakers are pikers. The U.S. has been faking stuff for decades. Like the moon landings. Yup. Stanley Kubrick directed it all from a studio. “Hermetic scholar” Jay Weidner reveals all here: the how and — more importantly — the why. Why the U.S. government needed to fake the images the public saw (because we actually used secret Nazi flying saucer technology to get to the moon, not stupid old rockets, which would never work anyway, duh) and why Kubrick agreed to do it (so he could have an unlimited budget for 2001: A Space Odyssey, and so he could make any movie he wanted, without restriction, for the rest of his life — kinda like how the roughnecks in Armageddon didn’t want to pay taxes ever again).

Please note the really brilliant new twist in Jay Weidner’s theory. He explains that astronauts really did land on the moon, just not the way we saw it on TV: it’s just that the stuff we saw on TV that was faked. It’s a theory that’s almost impossible to falsify. Anyway, we know Kubrick stuff is all true because he totally left clues for us in The Shining. And also because Eyes Wide Shut was released theatrically 30 years to the day after the (supposed) launch of the first Apollo mission.

So there.

These have been your WTF Thoughts for the Day.

(Thanks to reader SM for the 9/11 link.)



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