reply to post by ConspiraCity
Here's my take, as a Colorado native, who lived through the building of DIA.
Denver used to have a perfectly functional airport (Stapleton), but this airport was ordered to be closed once DIA was opened.
Not true! DIA was opened, because land owners were buddies with the Mayor at the time. They got a SWEET deal on this land. The reason for the city
wanting to build a NEW airport was because houses had sprung up around Stapleton and people were angry at the noise. They bought a house next to an
airport, then complained. Morons. Anyway, there was another reason. Some people didn't like an airport named after a Klansman.
To make things stranger, the airports construction was entirely privately funded.
Half truth. It was a "public-private partnership". They're doing the same with with Aurora right now, building the National Western Complex. The
"Bond Daddies" will make tons of money off the tax payer. It's a scheme to have the elected officials' friends get rich. Nothing more, nothing less.
DIA cost more because they had to pour the concrete several times because of the bentonite soil cracking the runways.
The original design for DIA was to be 5 pentagon shaped buildings ranging from 60 feet deep to 120 feet deep (6-12 stories roughly). Once these
buildings where built, they decided that they did not like this design. When ever a constructed building is to be omitted, it would demolish and build
the new design, DIA unlike ANY other construction in history, decided to bury these buildings and build on top of them. These buildings are still
under DIA, the people that work down there do not speak of what they do, DIA claims the buildings are unused storage. Why would they have people
working under DIA in massive buildings that are "unused storage," then be unable to speak about their jobs? During the construction of DIA, the
construction workers where all closely monitored and contracted for small segments at a time, then let go and a new group hired. This eliminated the
possibility of anyone fully understanding what was going on below. I have personally met one of the workers who claimed that there where tunnels big
enough to fit buses inside, but he was not allowed to see where they went. When the airport was completely done, over 330,000,000 cubic feet of earth
was moved (roughly 1/3 of the amount moved for the panama canal). The fuel delivery system can pump 1,000 gallons of fuel per minute with tanks that
hold 2.73 million gallons of fuel, well into the "WTF.. WHY?" rate of fuel delivery.
I have also noticed that the buildings framework is a concrete base, with a free floating frame with pivotal beam supports for the upper
portion of the building, meaning that it was built for EXTREME movement equal to an earthquake or a blast.
Or the fact that the ground has such high bentonite levels that it MOVES all the time!!!!
Known elites have purchased property close to DIA, including the queen of England. This is to ensure they have safe and easy access to their
underground bunkers when the fan turns brown.
Sources? And, just so you know, buying land around DIA was a FANTASTIC investment when it was first built. You could buy the land for dirt
(literally) cheap, knowing full well you could turn and burn that land in 10 years to developers to build houses, hotels, and other services. It's
To the untrained eye, the interior of the airport seems clean and high dollar, but if you know what you are looking for you will find
apocalyptic paintings and masonic symbolism all over.
The untrained eye? This is a HUGE MURAL in the VERY CENTER of the airport! You can't miss it, unless you're blind!!! Untrained eye? Now, that is
classic. The murals are creepy though. I find the devil horse along the long entry to the airport to be just as bad though.
Now, I remember when this was being built, and the whole fiasco behind it. The Mayor, and everyone around him were incompetent. They couldn't find
their rear end with both hands. There were delays, cost overruns, and problem after problem. Mayor Pena's buddies made out like bandits (because
they were bandits). We referred to it as "Denver's Imaginary Airport". We heard all the conspiracies about tunnels (which were simply for the train
running to the other concourses). We heard about the barbwire fence facing inward, like a prison, rather than outward to keep people out. It's still
that way, they haven't fixed it. Then again, the illegal alien workers installed all of our cable tracks upside down in our lab at my company. It
wasn't a conspiracy. Simply a case of "monkey see, monkey do". Some bozo started it inward, and before they realized it, they had gone too far to
Another thing to consider is that in the event of a major disaster, either natural or man made that would wipe out Washington, DC, Denver would most
likely become the backup capital. That being said, it would have to be able to handle a lot of traffic, and possibly have tunnels for leaders to get
away from the airport safely.
Maybe it's all true, and there is a huge conspiracy, and there are tunnels all the way to NORAD. Maybe not. I guess we just get to wait and see.
One thing of note though, if you take the toll road, there ARE vents coming up from the ground all over the place that follow the toll C-470. I'll be
going on this route on Wednesday, and I'll take some photos of what they look like. I don't know what they are. Maybe someone who has an industrial
engineering background can pick out what they are.
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