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If Anyone Gets 'Advanced Notice Of TEOTWAWKI' It'll Be America's 'Continuity Of Government': This Is Where The Globalists Will Hide As They're Carrying Out Nuclear Genocide
Stefan Stanford - All News Pipeline - Live Free Or Die
Over the last decade+ of researching and writing about what the globalists love to call 'conspiracy theories,' one of the more captivating topics out there is no 'conspiracy theory' at all but a 52.4 square mile monstrosity, bigger than the Island of Manhattan, the Denver International Airport.
The largest airport in North America by land, and the 2nd largest airport in the entire world, as Travel and Leisure reported of the airport back in February of 2020, the DIA is home to a slew of so-called 'bizarre conspiracy theories' though whether they are really just 'crazy theories' or 'theories cutting too close to the truth' is something we won't come to a clear-cut answer to within this story.
Long-rumored to be sitting on top of one of the biggest 'Deep Underground Military Bases' in the world, and the post-apocalypse home of America's 'continuity of government agencies' and the 'home of the new world order global government,' we have to take a look at the DIA once again with the home of the viral 'Doomsday Murals' and 'Horse of the Apocalypse' back in the news this month for National Preparedness Month.
With DenverReady giving away free bugout bags at a time when talk of nuclear war heats up around the world, the DIA, which opened back in 1995, has long been plagued with rumors and signs of massive underground bunkers beneath the monstrosity and while we think it's great that DenverReady is 'getting the folks of Denver ready,' as we're asked in the 1st video at the bottom of this story, 'ready for exactly WHAT?' With part of that prepping consisting of the city of Denver preparing the locals there to 'bug out'of town, as we're asked in that video, what do they know that we don't know?
All of the images seen within this story were taken from the DIA and tell a tale that we'll never get from the mainstream media nor from the airport management, which this Travel and Leisure story reports made a conscious decision years ago to 'have some fun with' the 'conspiracy theories' rather than try to fight them off.
And with an approach to the airport bringing us 'The Blue Mustang,' aka 'Blucifer,' a 32-foot tall fiberglass sculpture created by artist Luis Jiménez, the statue's glowing red eyes have long been seen as a nod to the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. And while artist Jiménez died two years before the statue was completed, when a piece of 'Blucifer' fell on him and severed an artery in his leg, as we see in the next image below taken from a DIA ad campaign, they happily used the horse while linking the DIA to 'the end of the world'. Just a bizarre idea for an ad campaign or something more? Check out all the rest of their artwork, murals, capstone, etc, as seen in the remainder of this story before you decide.
While the gigantic blue beast with red-glowing eyes that quite literally 'killed' its original creator is there to greet visitors as they arrive outside of the airport, the inside of it is host to a series of bizarre murals that seemingly tell a tale of a coming apocalypse. As pointed out in this Travel and Leisure story titled "Doomsday Bunkers, Illuminati, and the Apocalypse: 5 Wild Conspiracy Theories About Denver International Airport," the Denver International Airport (DIA) has some secrets. From that story.: At least, that's what conspiracy theorists on the internet will tell you. Built as a replacement for Stapleton Airport, near Denver, in 1995, DIA has always had its share of nefarious conspiracy theories about it. From the beginning, Coloradoans have theorized about the airport's secret tunnels, clues to Nazi secret societies, and horrifying harbingers of doom "hidden" in public artwork around the Denver hub.
It doesn't help that even the Denver airport's officials are perfectly willing to fuel these wild ideas about Illuminati bunkers and links to aliens in its own advertising campaigns.
"We have a CEO (Kim Day) who really embraces the conspiracy ideas," Heath Montgomery, senior public information officer for DIA, told the Denver Post in 2016.
"We decided a few years ago that rather than fight all of this and try and convince everybody there's nothing really going on, let's have some fun with it."
Even though the airport is mostly making fun of its own eccentric (and sometimes sinister) history, there are still a lot of people who take the rumors seriously.
With that story then trying to 'normalize' all of the bizarre artwork and 'oddities' seen at the DIA, it still did manage to at least touch upon all of the 'bizarre conspiracy theories' that we'll explore more below.
As their story asked, why are conspiracy theories about the airport so persistent? And while their story then attempted to use 'Psychology Today' to 'explain away' people's desire to know and understand what is really going on at the DIA, claiming it is part of 'a person's search for meaning, certainty or security,' the story did point out there have been grave concerns about this airport among many in the community since the very beginning of construction, such as the length of time it took to be built, it's still growing cost and more.
Pointing out of the apocalyptic artwork seen above and below in the airport that 'conspiracy theorists' believe The Artwork Provides Clues About the End of the World, who wants to be greeted by the kinds of murals seen at the DIA when preparing to travel? From the Travel and Leisure story.:
There are a lot of weird pieces of art throughout DIA as part of the airport's public art collection — besides the giant horse statue on Peña Boulevard. According to the Denver Post, some of these eerie artworks included murals by artist Leo Tanguma, which some believe have alleged Nazi imagery in the murals as proof that the airport is somehow linked to a fascist secret society.
With that story then attempting to claim that "In reality, Tanguma's murals are about world peace and a healthy environment according to the Denver Post," something we definitely need to take with a huge grain of salt in 2022, that story then tackled the 'new world order' conspiracy theory.
Reporting in their story that according to the 'conspiracy theorists,' the DIA was 'built by the new world order,' it also refers to the runways built to resemble a swastika from the air, the bizarre 'New World Airport Commission' capstone seen below (no such entity exists) and more. Again, from that story.:
It Was Built by the New World Order
There are many theories about who built the Denver airport. One of the most persistent theories is that the airport was built by the New World Order with ties to Nazism. The theory even goes so far as to say that the airport's runways are built to resemble a swastika from above. However, looking at photographs of their configuration, the runways don't seem to resemble that shape in particular (unless you're really looking for it).
It doesn't help that the airport's dedication marker credits an organization called The New World Airport Commission for building it. This may seem like a coincidence, but it was discovered that such an organization doesn't actually exist, according to the airport's website itself.
So while gargoyles emerging from suitcases greeting visitors as seen in the next photos below might sound like something most would rather avoid seeing inhabiting the airports they're flying out of, the Travel and Leisure story then tackled the 'Illuminati headquarters' conspiracy theory.
It Contains the Illuminati Headquarters
In addition to being built by some Nazi New World Order, rumors abound about the many unmarked buildings and underground areas on the airport's property. This theory may have stemmed from a time capsule buried on the property, which bears symbols from the Free Masons, which are "linked" to the Illuminati. One of the main reasons why this conspiracy theory has so much staying power is because the airport was much more expensive than originally projected.
So, how was the airport completed? Conspiracy theorists point to Illuminati money, which some believe was used to finish DIA's construction in exchange for the secret society using the property. According to the DIA website, rumors say that the first few buildings on the property were not built properly, but instead of demolishing them, the airport simply buried them and built more buildings on top, giving the Illuminati its own "underground lair."
As this November 27th of 2008 story over at Vigilant Citizen titled "Sinister Sites: The Denver International Airport" pointed out in the conclusion of that story, "While the art on display in these kinds of sites is usually crowd-pleasing, the DIA has been weirding out travelers for years. Who wants to see a painting of a gas-masked tyrant killing babies right before boarding a flight? As it is often the case in occult-elite structures, the symbolism we see above ground only hints to what actually happens underground. Literally."
So with talk of nuclear war filling the air as the US warns Russia of the 'catastrophic consequences' of a nuclear strike in Ukrainewhile, as Susan Duclos pointed out in this September 25th ANP story, the signs of a devastating, near-future, 'black swan event' surround us, we should keep our eyes upon what's happening at the DIA with their underground network of bunkers and tunnels also said to be the home of America's 'continuity of government' efforts, meaning if anyone has advanced notice of 'TEOTWAWKI', they will. Once more, from this Travel and Leisure story.: .
Its Underground Tunnels Have Bunkers
Rumors surrounding the apocalypse are probably some of the biggest conspiracy theories about the airport. Yes, there are underground tunnels in the airport, including a train that runs between concourses and a defunct automated baggage system, according to Reader's Digest. But the true nature of the tunnels is believed to be more nefarious. Some have theorized that the tunnels also contain underground bunkers (possibly built by Lizard People or aliens) that will serve as a safe place for the world's elite during the apocalypse, according to the DIA website.
According to the Denver Post, other theories say that the tunnels directly lead to the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD), which is located only about 100 miles south of the airport, in Colorado Springs. However, it seems like an expensive mode of travel. Not to mention, the new DIA has only been open for about 25 years, and it could possibly take decades to construct a tunnel of that length, according to the Denver Post.
So with the DIA embracing the 'conspiracy theories' surrounding it, including the 'Illuminati headquarters' and the one about 'lizard people,' how are the 'average Americans' supposed to know what's 'reality?' Certainly if the average person who doesn't follow 'conspiracy theories' were to take a sign like the one seen above literally, they'd think the DIA was building the 'headquarters' for some group called 'the Illuminati'.
Also adding in the 'lizard people' to completely throw people off because surely, the 'average American' doesn't believe in such a thing, they're able to hide the 'reality'of what the DIA is within the 'crazy conspiracy theory,' using the 'mythology' to hide the 'darkness inside' this Vigilant Citizen Sinister Site story warns of.
So with America's numerous 'continuity of government agencies' sure to get more advanced notice of forthcoming TEOTWAWKI than the 'average American' will ever get, and more and more signs emerging of some kind of nuclear conflagration in our futures as the globalists insanely push for 'nuclear genocide,' the 1st video below takes a look at what's going on now in Denver with bugout bags being handed out to residents and the city prepping people to 'bug out' of the city in the event of TEOTWAWKI as well as the murals/artwork/etc at the Denver International Airport. And the 2nd/final video below takes a look at the globalists mad rush towards nuclear war that will leave us all losers.