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The Old Negro Space Program

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  1. Christopher P
    Posted June 1, 2012 at 2:57 am | Permalink

    If you carefully analyse the way the shadows fall in photos from the first Negro moon landing, you will see that it is obviously faked.

    • Eric Hale
      Posted June 1, 2012 at 3:41 am | Permalink

      It really lends credibility to the whole “faked lunar landing made on a set in Hollywood” story, if you will, if I may.

      Funniest video I’ve seen all year.

      “Space is a cold motherfucker”.

  2. Redcorona
    Posted June 1, 2012 at 5:39 am | Permalink

    The lines read by Dr. Warren Fingeroot are perfect. I had to listen to them over again for a second laugh.

  3. rhondda
    Posted June 1, 2012 at 6:15 am | Permalink

    That was wicked. It must have happened. There is a documentary!

  4. Matt
    Posted June 1, 2012 at 12:12 pm | Permalink

    “If you was black, and you was an astronaut, You was outta work”-

    Not true, you could always get a job pickin’ cotton

  5. Sandy
    Posted June 2, 2012 at 11:50 am | Permalink

    The video brought back to mind the Rev. Ralph Abernathy and his march against the race to the moon back in the 60s. At the time I thought it was as funny as the video but I was only a boy then and I thought it was great that we, er, ah, cough cough, you Yankees were off to the moon but now as an aging tax payer I am not so sure. In my mind all I got out of the moon landing was a non stick frying pan and even that, I am told, is now a health hazard.

    I am also amazed at myself going from a fan of the Jetsons to a closet admirer of Abernathy. Thank God for Counter-Currents and it’s antidote to modern living. Time to write you guys another cheque – just for medical reasons of course!

  6. Ulric
    Posted June 2, 2012 at 4:30 pm | Permalink

    This may be a great spoof, but there was a negro space programme in Zambia, as described by AK Chesterton in chapter XIII of The New Unhappy Lords. A projected rocket launch had to be postponed because, according to the Northern News, “‘ the rockets would cause a terrifying earth tremour…The other reason for putting off the blast of the rockets is that the rock-bang will contaminate the heavens’… Instead of blasting rockets to mark the birth of Zambia, a space march with acrobats will be displayed.”

    Chesterton notes:”The reader may think that this is satire, but that would be a mistake. Such play acting represents a kind of reality to the African mind and is intended to impress both Zambians and the world at large that Zambia is in the forefront of those countries now reaching forward to the conquest of space.”

    The Minister of Space declared his intention to land a space woman on the moon during 1965. Chesterton comments darkly:”The capsule which the Minister of Space intended to use for the landing of his space woman on the moon was being built out of dustbins soldered together. The launching mechanism? Believe it or not, a sapling bent back and then to be released!”

  7. 1rw
    Posted June 2, 2012 at 6:50 pm | Permalink

    Your comment reminds me of watching a low altitude full afterburner pass by an F/A 18. While fighters are considered small, a modern fighter bomber is roughly the same size as a WW2 era medium bomber, quite large on a human scale. So I watched this big rocket ship hurtle past me, two enormous jets of flame erupting from its exhaust nozzles, lighting up the night and drowning everything with its roar. I knew that the equivalent of hundreds of welfare checks was converted from chemical to thermal and kinetic energy for this exercise. And I had no regrets, because to witness this display of raw power and mastery of nature’s laws, this affirmation of generations of struggle for knowledge and skill was like witnessing a magical ritual. A ritual that binds you to the cosmic picture and racial destiny in a way that feeding legions of hungry, or having great material possessions never could. So yes on a materialistic level you got little out of the Apollo missions. But if that is all you value then I pity you.

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