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Originally posted by ka119
reply to post by greeneyedleo
No, I am not trying to bash on your opinion.
I am just saying that if you were to look into it, it is somewhat odd..
How large the property is that DIA is placed on (33,457 acres, or 52 sq miles. Twice the size of Manhattan)
How they went 2 billion dollars over their given budget
How they first built five 'incorrectly built' buildings and buried them, to just build the current DIA on top
(in doing this they displaced 1/3rd the amount on earth as the Panama canal did)
And why they even built DIA in the first place.. considering we had the perfectly fine Stapleton International (that had more gates and runways)
Im not digging into the murals and statues.. just look at all the oddities that surround the actual structure itself.
An eyewitness who has since "committed suicide" named Phil Schneider was a whistle blower re: Denver International Airport's underground facilities
He helped build the underground facilities and reportedly "killed" himself via a double tie catheter behind his own neck strangling himself. It goes without saying that it appears that he was MURDERED.
Phil also worked on other government underground facilities such as Area 51 and Dulce and more
My composition evolves from a scene which shows an enormous predatory eagle spreading its wings protectively over a sinister vulture devouring a human being. The eagle represents U.S. imperialism protecting its lackies, portrayed as a vulture and the victim being ravaged signifies the oppressed of Central America
Originally posted by zorgon
This is also creepy
The Horse of the Apocalypse statue at the Airport
DIA Sculptor Killed By Own Sculpture
Luis Jimenez, a successful but often controversial sculptor whose work was supposed to be installed at Denver International Airport this year, died Tuesday in what authorities are calling an industrial accident. Part of a 32-foot sculpture was being moved with a hoist at Jimenez's New Mexico studio when it came loose and struck the artist, pinning him against a steel support, said the Lincoln County Sheriff's Department. He was taken to the Lincoln County Medical Center, where he was later pronounced dead.
Yup definitely creepyedit on 27-1-2012 by zorgon because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by SmoKeyHaZe
reply to post by Avalessa
& how about the going over-budget by $2 billion?
I can look past the murals & statues, but not why so much money was put into an airport..
There's clearly things about DIA going on that we don't know about.
you got me thinking. If a disaster comes where would airforce one land? And they wouldn't wanna have to drive all the way to a bunker when they can get out of a plane and be in the most secure place on earth?
Originally posted by Cosmic911
I really think all that space under DIA serves as a protective bunker for the elites, politicians, call them whatever, during times of suspected world anihilation. That's it. It's probably just one of many "Continuation of Government" sites. I could be wrong but remember when that comet passed in September (?), all of Washington was in Denver for suppossed FEMA training drills or something.Right ....they were all hiding under DIA just in case something got too close. Just my thoughts