Moon landing ‘faked’: Astronauts ‘REFUSE to say mission was real’

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Bart Sibrel claims he has proof the CIA orchestrated the famous Apollo 11 Moon landing – and believes no one has ever stepped on the lunar surface. 

As well as producing four films, Sibrel approached several astronauts from the 1969 Apollo missions and demanded they swear on The Bible. 

In one exchange with Neil Armstrong, he asked: “Why don’t you put your hand on Tte Bible and swear to god you walked on the Moon?”

The legendary astronaut, the first man to walk on the Moon on the mission, responded: “Knowing you, that’s probably a fake Bible.

RELENTLESS: The 1969 Apollo mission generated a raft of conspiracies (Pic: DS)

Buzz Aldrin responded in a different interview: “You’re talking to the wrong guy, why don’t you talk to the administrator of NASA? We’re passengers, we’re guys going on a flight.” 

In another fiery exchange, Sibrel branded Aldrin a “coward” and a “liar” before the astronaut punched him in the face. 

John Young, from the 1969 Apollo 10 mission, later told Sibrel: “I’m going to give you the opportunity to get knocked out if you don’t leave me alone.” 

Sibrel earlier told Daily Star Online that rockets designed in the 1960s would not have been able to resist the deadly radiation belt en-route to the Moon. 

Bart Sibrel and Neil Armstrong

REBUFFED: Bart Sibrel in a testy exchange with Neil Armstrong (Pic: YOUTUBE)

“We’re passengers, we’re guys going on a flight

Buzz Aldrin

He also claims to have unedited footage from NASA that features radio conversation between crew and a third confidential party that prompts the astronauts when to speak. 

Other conspiracy theorists argue that Russia was aware of the supposedly fake mission – but chose to sit on the bombshell information. 

One truther believes that both countries wanted to avoid escalating tensions, with the Cold War at its peak and nuclear weapons primed. 

Buzz Aldrin

LAMPED: He was later punched in the face by hero Buzz Aldrin (Pic: YOUTUBE)

This Saturday marks the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission – with NASA aiming to get humans back on the Moon by 2024. 

Daily Star Online previously revealed the next Moon mission will pave the way for asteroid mining and ignite a space race for minerals and metals worth trillions. 

A raft of other companies, including Space X and Virgin Galactic, are working towards space exploration and setting up colonies on other planets.



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