Came across this March 1 posting by a blogger IDed only as “Masatone”.  It follows the well-tread theory that seeks to connect DIA with the New World Order and an impending apocalypse/genocide. Masatone brainstorms various scenarios. The first involves reptiloid aliens, aka “Lower Entities” — creatures that some claim are linked with the global elite conspirators:

Consider the invested interest that the Lower Entities have in the human race, I highly doubt there will be a genocide of humanity. This propaganda is a deception to create fear and hopelessness and so people will accept the NWO. The lower entities need energy and the human race is a prime source. There is a much deeper diabolical plan of the combined powers of the darkness with the humans they trap into their domination.

Masatone then considers various “deceptive scenarios” for how the conspirators will trick the population into accepting the NWO: Read the rest of this entry »

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Friends, allow me to declare that the DIA Conspiracy Files has an official new theme song!

Blizkrieg is an old-school, British band that made a big splash on UK hardcore punk scene in the early 1980s. So imagine my surprise when I discover that they just recently recorded a new song — a screaming censure of the powerful forces they see as behind the New World Order — that includes a big-time reference to the Denver International Airport.

The line goes “Georgia Guidestones, Population control/Agenda 21/ Picture on display in Denver Airport today, Novus Ordo Seclurum.”   (According to that great harbinger of reliability, Wikipedia, the phrase Novus ordo seclorum is Latin for “New Order of the Ages.” And apparently it appears on the reverse of the Great Seal of the United States.”)

Blizkrieg= awesome. Full song lyrics below. Read the rest of this entry »

This is an online clip of a show that first aired in 2010. But thought I’d repost anyway. Good stuff.

One of the biggest search terms that brings viewers to this site is “New World Airport Commission,” which is the name of a group embedded on a masonic capstone in the main terminal of the Denver International Airport.

Well I gained access to the VHS tape of a promotional video the Commission produced in 1993. Below is a clip of an interesting passage showing some scenes of the construction of the facility in the late 80’s and early 90’s.

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This video by DeadTreeTV is a good, comprehensive run-down of the history of the DIA Conspiracy. Odd though how it uses stock photo art rather than images of the real DIA murals. They must be paranoid about the copyright conspiracy.

Always nice to see a DIA-related rant that adds something new facts, figures and names to the Files rather than the same old tired baloney that’s been bouncing around the internets for ages.

To wit: Here’s a great comment  in response to “Jesse Ventura takes on the DIA conspiracy!” from Puppy at 2:23am on 2011/02/12 that connects Denver-centric names like Swanee Hunt, Larry Mizel and Steve Farber to the 2008 Democratic National Convention and the new Denver Justice Center “boondoggle.” Clearly, Puppy has been paying attention:

Yeah, I agree with Jesse. I have trouble believing that Charles Ansbacher helped design DIA, or that he headed the “New World Airport Commission”–or that there even was such a commission. When DIA was being designed, Ansbacher was in Colorado Springs conducting the symphony. He has no background in transportation engineering.

It’s very convenient, now that that Masonic plaque at DIA is being questioned, to have him say he named the “New World Airport Commission” based on Dvorak’s 9th symphony (“From the New World.”) Gets some important people out of a messy situation, people Ansbacher knows well, given that he was married to billionaire heiress Swanee Hunt. She has been a big contributor to Colorado and Denver Democrats, and in this case we are talking about Denver mayors Federico Pena and Wellington Webb.

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The vast majority of visitors to this blog over the past 12 months have arrived through a search engine. According to the site’s stats, the phrases or words they most often typed in while searching were “dia conspiracy”, “dia murals” and “leo tanguma.”

But there are plenty of other subjects or phrases that drew viewers here, such as “dia swastika”, “andrew basiago“, “government map of underground tunnels” and “reptiloid conspiracy“, that provide a bit of insight into the types of things the public is interested in regarding the DIA Conspiracy.

Click here to see the most viewed postings in the Files.

Below, a full list of the searches and the corresponding number of viewers:

 

Search/Views

    dia conspiracy/12,990

    dia murals/3,395

    leo tanguma/2,814

    dia conspiracy files/2,289

    denver airport murals/1,788

    denver airport conspiracy/1,494

    dia conspiracy theories/1,300

    new world airport commission/1,262

    denver international airport murals/1,101

    dia conspiracy theory/1,014

    denver international airport/997

    denver airport underground/830

    denver airport/697

    denver international airport conspiracy/678

    dia conspiracy murals/485

    children of the world dream of peace/432

    underground bases/415

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    Gen. Albert Pike

    I recently came across a lengthy posting by someone calling themselves Prophetess D titled
    “Prophetic warning to Christians; Jews about the New World Order.” The essay-like treatise ties elements of multiple conspiracy theories having to do with the New World Order, Naziism, RFID microchipping, the UN, and a general belief that the global elite will attempt to control the global population through genocide.  The author’s argument eventually lands at Denver International Airport with a few new Biblical interpretations and a connection to the famous masonic writer and moralist Albert Pike:

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    I was at the bookstore the other day and came across “Behold a Pale Horse,” published in the late 80’s by William Cooper.  Cooper, who was shot to death by Arizona law enforcement in 2001, was well known for a radio show and as a speaker on the UFO circuit.

    Though he didn’t mention DIA specifically in Behold a Pale Horse — which, it must be noted, bares a connection to  Luis Jiminez’s Mustang controversial sculpture — he does write about many of the same conspiracy themes and topics that now swirl around Denver International Airport, namely the NWO, secret underground military bases, and aliens.

    Below, some excerpts.

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    Ahh, sweeps week! That can be the only explanation why a local Denver TV channel would send a reporter out to DIA to allow a few airport reps to “debunk” a Jesse Ventura cable show that aired 11 months ago.

    [Thanks to Redacted News for the video posts.]
    Here’s the text from Fox 31’s Heidi Hemmat:

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