The Denver International Airport Conspiracy
May 26, 2012 11 Comments
Constructed in 1995, the Denver International Airport has been the subject of numerous conspiracy theories. The airport houses many questionable features that have been scrutinized and investigated over the last few years. Some say the “New World Order” or the “Illuminati” are behind the entire project. The project is of great interest to the powerful elite of this world. After looking at some of the facts, it is clear that the Denver International Airport is more than just an airport.
The following video details the many issues and concerns with the Denver Airport:
These are certainly not paintings I would want to see at an airport. Most people are already scared to fly, so who decided that these would be suitable for the Denver International Airport?
It is important to remain skeptical to any “conspiracy theory” and this is certainly no exception. From the evidence and facts presented, there is no question that something fishy is going on at the Denver Airport. The biggest concern for me is what is happening underground. Notably the buildings that were built wrong, and then buried. Why were they buried? Why were they not simply demolished like any other building that was built “wrong?” The fact that so many different contractors and sub-contractors were hired and subsequently fired for this project indicates that whoever is behind the construction of the entire airport doesn’t want full disclosure of the plan to be made public.
The dedication stone in the airport references the “New World Airport Commission” but the problem is, this commission doesn’t exist. The Queen of England is buying property close to the airport under an alias. Why under an alias? What does the Queen know that we don’t? I can guarantee she is not buying this property as an investment to make money, her family line is worth billions already. My best guess then would be that this airport is none other than a cover for something else. It could be a massive bunker, it could be a massive holding cell, or maybe it could just be nothing. The fact is, no airport needs 88 square miles of “storage” space underground, there is something else going on at the Denver International Airport.
If you are interested in learning more specific details about the airport, check out this video as well: