Comment: Please select one of the above: 1 Live! 2 Fake or 3 All Fake

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Please select one of the above: 1 Live! 2 Fake or 3 All Fake

Those that believe all three are are even harder to believe.

I go w/ nearly all fake.
... Front screen projection evidence... nails the fraud of the Apollo landings... [There is more] circumstantial evidence that forces these conclusions even more in the direction of Kubrick directing the entire Apollo missions.

In the original release of 2001 there were many credits thanking NASA and many of the aerospace companies that worked with NASA on the moon landings. These credits have since been removed from all subsequent releases of 2001. But for those of us old enough to remember, in the original credits Kubrick thanks a vast array of military and space corporations for their help in the production.
As these are the same corporations that supposedly helped NASA get the astronauts to the moon - one has to wonder what kind of help they gave Stanley and for what price.

In the film 'Wag the Dog' Dustin Hoffman plays a movie producer hired by the CIA to 'fake an event'. His name in the movie is Stanley. In that movie 'Stanley' mysteriously dies after telling everyone that he wants credit for the 'event' that he helped fake.

Stanley Kubrick died a few hours after showing Eyes Wide Shut to the executives at Warner Brothers. It is rumored that they were very upset concerning that film. They wanted Kubrick to re-edit the film but he refused. ... personally was in France when Stanley died and I saw on French television outtakes from the forthcoming Eyes Wide Shut. ... saw several scenes that were never in the finished film.

Warner Brothers has even come out and said that they re-edited the film slightly. To this day they refuse to release a DVD of Stanley Kubrick's cut. Not only is this a direct violation of the agreement that Kubrick had with Warner Brothers but also it means that we will probably never see the un-edited version of this film. One has to wonder what was cut out.

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