On a mis­sion to prove ‘the big­gest lie of all’

Caernarfon Herald - - NEWS -

APAIR of “flat-Earthers” will visit North Wales as part of a UK tour to “ex­pose” what they claim is the big­gest lie of all.

Harry McDon­ald, who cre­ated a YouTube chan­nel un­der the name of “John Smith Globe Lie”, plans to visit 56 towns and cities with his friend Jason Dis­bury.

As part of the tour, they’ll visit Snowdonia and Holy­head on Septem­ber 27 and 28 re­spec­tively, with the ex­act lo­ca­tions to be an­nounced nearer the time.

Mr McDon­ald, 60, has al­most 6,500 sub­scribers on YouTube and the chan­nel’s de­scrip­tion gives more in­sight into his be­liefs.

It reads: “I am on a quest to ex­pose the big­gest lie of all, that is the lie of where we ac­tu­ally live.

“To me the globe lie is a mas­sive crim­i­nal act, all the chil­dren are be­ing lied to, while NASA make $52 mil­lion a day for show­ing us car­toons.

“We all believe what we are told as in­fants with­out any proof of the he­lio­cen­tric model. But now as adults we can en­gage our in­de­pen­dent crit­i­cal think­ing and ask for proof.”

Dur­ing the tour, the pair will drive around in a cam­per­van with a num­ber of state­ments writ­ten on the side, in­clud­ing: ‘Earth is NOT a mag­i­cal spin­ning ball with bendy wa­ter’, ‘Grav­ity has never been proven’, ‘Wa­ter can­not con­form to the out­side of a ball’, ‘NASA presents you with pho­to­shop images, they ad­mit they are NOT PHO­TO­GRAPHS’ and ‘There is no real ev­i­dence of rock­ets or satel­lites in space’.

The tour is be­ing funded through dona­tions, with the pair hav­ing raised £1,155 of their £3,000 goal through their GoFundMe page.

The page de­scribes the tour of the UK as a “mis­sion” and en­cour­ages fel­low flat-Earthers to meet up with the pair to help “ex­pose the global lie”.

“His mis­sion is to tell any­one and ev­ery­one that they have been lied to in the worst way – and ex­pos­ing the big­gest crim­i­nal lie ever told,” it reads. “On his jour­ney, he wants to meet with peo­ple that want to help evoke change re­form and ex­pose the Globe Lie.”

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