John Kirszenberg is a globecuck of the lowest order. He’s a lying shill without a shred of credibility. He defends the existence of these magical orbiting routers called “Starlink Satellites” , yet refuses to address the obvious problem:

The Earth’s shadow precludes any possibility of late night sightings for low earth orbit objects. Yet John, who attacks me relentlessly on his silly blog, still maintains that Starlink Satellites are real. John is not only a critic of mine, but he’s worked closely with NASA liars over the years and is part of a club for astrologers or astronomers (I forget which) in Ohio.

Read more about the fake Satellites here:


He’s probably going to ignore this because it exposes the ball-Earth sham.

Tim Ozman

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Editor in chief of the Flat Earth Report Host of the Flat Earth Report podcast Tim Ozman has been at the cutting edge of conspiracy analysis and mainstream media deconstruction since 2017. As president of the Infinite Plane Society, he has been the project manager for a number of publicity stunts, performance art events, and a growing think tank comprised of like-minded individuals.

1 comment

  1. There is no issue that we can’t see the sky satellites when they no longer reflect sunlight. Once in the Earth’s shadow of course they cannot be seen. The issue is that your Turkey photo as proof, was not really taken at midnight – with respect to solar time, where the Sun is really in the sky at a specific location. The Turkey photo was taken BEFORE the Starlink Satellites entered the Umbra shadow. kind regards.


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