Fake-News - Buzz Aldrin Admits Apollo 11 Moon Landings Were FAKE and Simply A Set
Nov 11, 2014
The article "Buzz Aldrin Admits Apollo 11 Moon Landings Were FAKE and Simply A Set (See Tweet)," published on fake or news satirical website www.huzlers.com is a hoax. The fake news is spreading on the internet like wildfire, although he has not posted anything on his website at www.buzzaldrin.com about admitting that the Apollo 11 Moon Landings were fakes.
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The Fake Article: Buzz Aldrin Admits Apollo 11 Moon Landings Were FAKE and Simply A Set
WASHINGTON D.C. – It is being reported that the Apollo 11 missions, which landed men for the first time on the moon, was in fact fake.
One of the astronauts on the Apollo 11 mission, Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin, confirmed that the Apollo 11 missions were “fake” and that the the videos of the mission are simply showing a setup that was created to simulate how the moon and space would look.
“Apollo 11 was not real, none of it was” Buzz Aldrin said in a video he recorded confessing to the Apollo 11 hoax, “I am ashamed to say this but I cannot hide it anymore, it was a setup, like the ones they use in Hollywood films, back in the 60’s, the U.S. was competing with the Soviet Union to achieve space flight supremacy, which was known as the “space race”.
We were afraid the Soviets would beat us to the moon so we decided to fake the moon landings of Apollo 11 to say we were greater than the Soviets” concluded Buzz.
The Twitter post supposedly showing Buzz Aldrin confessing that the Apollo 11 Moon Landings were staged, is a fake. Visit Buzz Aldrin's website at www.buzzaldrin.com, for more information about him.
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