First of all, it has recently come to light through employee “whistling blowing” that United States spy agencies regularly use “Wikipedia”, as well as hundreds of other websites, for deceitful misinformation purposes, as they can anonymously post intelligent sounding pro-government thesis to the masses, intentionally contradicting and smugly belittling factual “conspiracy theories” of very real crimes, of which they themselves have committed, in an attempt to conceal their own wrongdoing through such contrary postings.
The fact that billions of our tax dollars are being spent each year by the government for the very purpose of concealing their own past crimes by investing so many resources toward the perpetual lying to their own citizens, is utterly and supremely disgusting.
When critics use statements like “empirical evidence (Because the Emperor says so?) is readily available to show that the manned moon landings did occur”, it not only shows their arrogance (which, in and of itself, demonstrates their blindness to the facts), it also exemplifies their desperation to make an argument, that is so much losing ground, that they have to resort to the tactic of claiming that if you don’t agree with them, you are somehow deficient in intelligence. Again, if the “moon landings” are so obviously real, and if there were no robust proof whatsoever of the missions deliberate falsification, then there would be no need whatsoever for the hundred plus films and websites, which took tens of thousands of hours to produce, solely dedicated to reassure the public of the “moon landings” genuineness! The fact that there are, is proof itself that mounting evidence does exist which proves the “moon missions” to be a CIA forgery, otherwise the deceptively claimed “obviousness” of their authenticity would speak for itself, without the repeated need of hundreds of websites and films to defend them. When a structure needs such continual precarious support and maintenance, this alone is evidence that the structure itself is not sound to begin with.