Top Baller Steph Curry Betrays Black Race and Says Apollo Moon Landings Were a Hoax

Lee Rogers
Daily Stormer
December 14, 2018

Steph Curry has betrayed his race by denying the Apollo moon landings. These missions were only successful because of African geniuses.

Top baller Steph Curry caused a great deal of controversy the other day when he expressed his belief that the Apollo moon landings were a hoax. After receiving lots of criticism, he backtracked and said that he was joking about his moon landing denying views.

Fox News:

NBA star Steph Curry told ESPN Wednesday he was “joking” earlier this week when he said he did not think humans had ever landed on the moon — and he revealed he’d accept an invitation from NASA to visit lunar artifacts at the Johnson Space Center in Houston.

Curry kicked off the controversy earlier this week when he appeared on a podcast called “Winging It” with fellow NBA veterans Vince Carter and Kent Bazemore, as well as Curry’s Golden State Warriors teammate Andre Iguodala. At one point in the free-flowing conversation, Curry asked the group: “We ever been to the moon?” After the others responded no, Curry said: “They’re going to come get us, I don’t think so either. Sorry, I don’t want to start conspiracies.”

This came after the responsible Jew Max Kellerman called him out on TV for irresponsibly denying this event, linking this crisis to Putin hacking the elections.

Despite Curry’s quick reversal, the damage was done. His comments have greatly harmed the reputation of the black race. That’s because the only reason the United States landed men on the moon was due to the work of black female geniuses.

Disney, a highly reputable Jewish film company, last year put out a true historical drama film called “Hidden Figures.” The movie accurately documents how the space program of the 1960s would have been a total and complete failure if it wasn’t for the work of three very intelligent black women. Without these black females and a Jew who survived Adolf Hitler’s fake shower room gas chambers, the American space program would have not accomplished a single thing. These black women were even held back from doing their important work thanks to racist White engineers and segregated bathrooms.

So even if Curry was joking, it was a joke done in extremely poor taste. Denying the Apollo moon landings is the equivalent of claiming that there are no black geniuses. And the idea that there are no black geniuses is a truly insane one.

Take for example these great black men of genius.

Neil deGrasse Tyson

Jim Kelly

Gucci Mane


And those are just a few of the many black geniuses that have graced us with their presence over the past several decades.

But this idea that the Apollo moon landings were faked is truly offensive. Just take a look at this photo of the lunar module.

Conspiracy theorists will claim that the lunar module was nothing more than some gold colored aluminum foil duct taped to PVC pipes and that all the moon landing photos were shot in a studio by Stanley Kubrick. But these claims are obviously false and undermine the great work that black geniuses did to put men on the moon.

And besides, the lunar module looks totally legitimate. It’s really bizarre how anyone could ever question its advanced capabilities.

People just need to face the facts. The Apollo moon landings were real and they were only made possible because of black geniuses.