July 28, 2018
One strange thing about Russians that I never knew until my friend told me quite recently was that they don’t believe in the moon landing.
I didn’t believe him tbh. I just thought that he had a rosy view of Russians, thinking that they saw right through the Jewish plot to trick the goyim into thinking that the world isn’t flat.
So I was like, “nah, dude.”
Keep in mind that in the US, this is considered kooky conspiracy shit. I remember reading something about the flag fluttering in the video of the landing and how that was impossible in space and asking one of my teachers who I thought was cool.
“No, Roy, you need to stay away from this stuff. Next thing you know, you’ll start saying that 9/11 was a conspiracy…”
Or something like that.
Well, it’s almost like the universe responds to memes, and more specifically, to meme-benders like myself and my Neon-Nazi friends. We start discussing the moon landing and Russians and the next day, it’s an article on RT.
Over a half of all Russians believe that US astronauts have never been on the Moon and that the US authorities and NASA covered up this fact by forging proof of moon landings, a new poll shows.
In the recent survey titled “Science and society: authority and trust” experts of the Russian state-run public opinion research center VTSIOM wrote that 57 percent of Russians currently think that the US claims of successful manned Moon missions are lies and that the documented proof of these missions was forged. Only 24 percent of respondents said that they believed that the manned Moon missions were real.
Researchers also specified that 65 percent of those who think that the US authorities are lying about the moon landings have secondary education.
However, Russians are not only suspicious about the NASA moon missions. 59 percent of the poll participants share the opinion that “scientists conceal the truth from common people.” Even among Russians with higher education the proportion was extremely high – at 45 percent.
One thing that endears me to the Russians is how conspiracy-minded they are. Talking to them about this shit is fun.
But yeah, there’s a non-trivial chance that the moon landing didn’t happen.
There’s the Van Allen radiation belt for one thing and the little landing craft was made of aluminum foil and duct tape. You’d need some thick steel or lead to prevent the radiation from seeping through. So explain that, science bitches.
Besides, the astronauts who supposedly walked on the moon are batshit insane.
Plus it’s at least a little bit weird that the official reason we haven’t been back to the Moon is that we lost all the technology to do it because the tapes went bad.
A bit… funny.
And everyone knows that there aren’t other intelligent creatures in the galaxy, only giant worms on asteroids and desert planets. That’s science too, bitch.
But wait a quick word on meme-benders before I forget.
They’re like Jedi or Bene Gesserit or like the people in the Avatar universe. Certain individuals have a stronger midi-meme count in their blood. This means that their ability to influence meme-reality is stronger than the average person.
I personally believe that I have a very strong midi-meme count. But at the same time, I hang out with people who might possibly have a strong midi-meme count as well, so I can’t really control for who is influencing the fabric of reality more, me or them.
Besides, I don’t really make a lot of fresh memes, I just like making up terms and putting ideas out there.
So, it is probably reasonable to assume that it wasn’t my meme-bending that brought the moon landing up today, but perhaps, when two strong meme-benders meet up, they disproportionately influence the fabric of reality.
While science has come a long way in confirming the existence of space worms and that the moon landing was fake, I don’t think that a lot of work has been done on measuring just how far memes can influence the fabric of reality.
This makes us pioneers in a new field.
Personally, I’m going to take my midi-meme count more seriously. I’ve already started taking cold showers and Wim Hoff style breathing exercises.
Not only does this increase the flow of oxygen in my body, my white (power) cell count and reduce inflammation, but it also allows me to meme longer, harder and better.
I’m not even joking.
If we’re going to do this, we gotta do it right. I’m going full monk mode here. I’m going to start training to increase my midi-meme count to levels once thought impossible.
And tonight is the blood moon, I believe.
I am interested to see if my power will wane or grow.
As everyone knows, the Jews receive their power from the moon and Saturn, which allows them to weave their Kabbalah black magic.
But no one has yet confirmed the effect of the blood moon on meme-benders midi-meme count.
I hope to test that out tonight.