UnNews:Space Museum removes former Nazi from NASA history
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Space Museum removes former Nazi from NASA history
Straight talk, from straight faces
Thursday, March 22, 2018, 14:54:UTC)(
23 May 2006
YESTERDAY: All traces of the former existence of a former German scientist have been systematically erased from the historical database of US manned spaceflight by the other surviving members of the International Space Hall of Fame in Alamogordo, New Mexico.
Earlier last week, the framed photograph of the late Dr Wernher von Braun (inventor of the Saturn V™, the Little Joe, the Little Joe II, the poisonous-gas laden V2 Rocket (patent pending), the Jew-Away™ catapult, the Space Shuttle™, the paper clip, and the intercontinental ballistic missile) was suddenly recognized by a little old lady visiting from Düsseldorf, who claimed to be the secret lover of a casual acquaintance of von Braun's father's brother's nephew's sister's uncle's second cousin's former business partner. Her announcement of vague rumors of von Braun's previous unsubstantiated allegations of Naziosity at the Museum's Complaints Department sent cataclysmic shock waves throughout the entire aerospace industry and shook NASA itself to the very core of its being.
In the intermediate aftermath of this most sickening revelation, Wernher von Braun's prestigious exhibit (which had previously taken up almost 67% of the valuable floor space of the New Mexico Museum of Space History) was doused with thousands of gallons of liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen and high-grade kerosene and uranium hexafluoride, and then ceremoniously set ablaze by retired astronaut Neil Armstrong. An angry mob of museum patrons and employees then chopped up von Braun's mangled exhumed corpse with a large axe, tossed the pieces of decayed flesh on top of the smoldering charred remains of the exhibit, and jumped on top of them many many times whilst screaming incoherently.
Later that afternoon, the entire hate-filled staff of the museum armed themselves with thousands of Molotov cocktails, drove in muticolored commuter buses to the NASA Mission Control Center in Houston, and wasted no time in firebombing every last trace the former Nazi's valuable contributions to America's space program. Their next planned stop will be the Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral in sunny Florida, once they raise enough bus fare through their PayPal-funded website (http://www.FormerNaziScumDieDieDie.com).