The Donspiracist Presents: Is Denver’s Airport Evil?

The Donspiracist was not happy with the Phils-Rockies series last week, so he decided to take his revenge the only way he knew how: by exposing the TRUTH about Denver’s evil airport, an airport that looks like a swastika from above, that houses prisoners underground, and that has horrifying paintings in it’s main entrance!
I, the Donspiracist, took a week off to celebrate the Phillies’ thrilling theft of the NL East title from the hated Mets, only to have his jubilation crushed by those boys who play in Homer Central, aka Coors Field. I hope they get snakebitten.

How fitting is it then that my topic for this week is the Denver Airport? If you’ve never been or wonder why the hell I’m writing about an airport, then you need to start by taking a look at some pictures, which are taken of the mural in the Great Hall of the Denver Airport. As you look at them, you notice that they are not what you would expect for an airport serving the general public, including families and children. The work is dark, violent and disturbing. The artist who was commissioned to paint these murals claims he was simply working in a medium he has explored for years. That may be so, but what the hell? Some of the more offensive murals have since been painted over. Still, conspiracists suggest the murals portray the intentions of the New World Order, a future filled with fascist world government, genocide and occultism. (Check this out, it’s a pretty wild video about the airport -ed.)

But this is not simply an article about disturbing art. The Denver Airport is state of the art; it also took many years to build and ran far, far over budget. Once again, you may not be alarmed by this information. What major construction project runs on budget and schedule you might ask? But this is a story that goes much deeper. Literally. The story of the Denver Airport involves rumors of multi-levels built underground, housing a secret government research facility, aliens, and prisoners of the New World Order.

One source on the website Mysterious Universe says this: When the DIA opened, the ceremony was attended by White House officials. The state governor who championed the project later received a high level appointment in the federal Department of Transportation. The completed airport cost $5.2 billion instead of the originally estimated $1.5 billion and the opening date had been delayed by two years…The terminal was built into a shape roughly resembling a swastika. substantiates eye witness accounts of huge underground facilities not usually associated with airports. One witness goes on to describe large underground concrete shafts as wide as highways equipped with sprinkler systems and lighting. When questioned how such a tremendous project could have been keep secret, he replied: I think a lot of the people saw things that disturbed them so much that they would not talk about it. I know several people who worked on the project that managed to find their way down into the depths, probably close to the deep underground base, and saw things that scared them so badly they won’t talk about it. I interviewed a few of the former employees on these construction crews that worked out there on these buildings that ended up buried, and they are afraid to talk. They say that everybody is real nervous about it, and they decided to tell some of the secrets that they knew, but they don’t want anybody to know who they are. So, I can tell you that it is a very unusual and spooky type of place, and if you are a sensitive person you get nauseated as soon as you enter the perimeter of the airport. Especially when you go down underground. You become very nauseated a nervous. There is also so much electromagnetic flux in the area that if you get out on the open ground around the airport, you will “buzz”.

Another source adds: There is the Deep Underground Military Base underneath Denver International Airport, which is over 22 miles in diameter and goes down over 8 levels. It’s no coincidence that the CIA is relocating the headquarters of its domestic division, which is responsible for operations in the United States, from the CIA’s Langley headquarters to Denver…DIA serves as a cover for the vast underground facilities that were built there. There are reports of electronic/magnetic vibrations which make some people sick and cause headaches in others. There are acres of fenced-in areas which have barbed wire pointing into the area as if to keep things in, and small concrete stacks that resemble mini-cooling towers rise out of the acres of nowhere to apparently vent underground levels. The underground facility is 88.3 square mile deep. Basically this Underground Base is 8 cities on top of each other! These city-sized bases can hold millions and millions of people, whether they are mind controlled, enslaved NWO World Army Soldiers or innocent and enslaved surface dwellers from the towns and cities of America and Canada.

The sources go on and on. The internet is rife with them. Whether the U.S. government is truly building gigantic bases right beneath our feet is hard to really say. However, this is the same government that has done mind control testing on its own citizens and which has espoused an overt policy of torture and suspension of habeas corpus during the current “war”. In other words, the average American does not seem to matter much to those who are in charge. The changes in our liberty since 9/11 have seemed a bit fascistic, and there is a ton of evidence that massive amounts of our tax dollars are funneled yearly into black programs that we are then told do not exist. In short, we have a government obsessed with secrecy in the name of national security, despite the fact that we won the Cold War, have created a society of unimaginable wealth and luxury, and have experienced only one major terrorist attack in our history. Talk to those in London and Madrid and Jerusalem about how you’re scared and see how much sympathy you get.

I don’t know for sure what is going on at the Denver Airport, but I do think there is plenty of evidence to suggest it’s not just something normal. Too many odd occurrences, too many odd facts, too many odd structural and design elements make even the most sober citizen suspicious. And hey, if it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, I’m not calling it a frog even if Dick Cheney and all of Congress assures me they have looked into it and swear it is a frog.