Young Obama vs. The DIA Apocalypse Murals.

Pulled this off the interwebs. I just love the fact that someone took the time to Photoshop the young Obama in front of the Tanguma murals. (BTW the real photo in question was snapped when young Barack was in college in the 80’s. The murals were painted on-site by Leo Tanguma in the early 90’s.)

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The greatest thing about following the DIA Conspiracy is that every day someone comes up with some apparent new sinister connection. Like in the above video, the poster notes how strange it is that the seemingly random code selected for a notorious Call of Duty clip where armed men slaughter innocent airport goers is the word “Denver.”

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

A freshman at Santa Clara University cited DIA in an online report he did on the novel Little Brother by Cory Doctorow, who you might know from the site Boing Boing. Apparently the book is a contemporary sci-fi take on Orwell’s 1984.

Anyway, here’s what the student wrote.

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DIA Conspiracy Theory from Eric Gaylord on Vimeo.

Cheyanne Elder, Richard Tallbull, offers a prayer on the grounds of what would become DIA, October 3, 1991

“Denver Airport Conspiracy Theory a hoax!” so says Anonymous in a posting on the conspiracy site Chronicle.su.

His main beef is with the popular video “Denver Airport Conspiracy Theory: A Documentary,” which has managed to rack up an astonishing 1.4 million views on YouTube since it was posted in 2008.

Here’s what the critic says:

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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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DIA- Underwear Interviews

April 11, 2011

Anyone speak German? Even if you don’t, you may enjoy these new YouTube videos by that hit all the major points of the DIA Conspiracy theories, only with text written German and with crazy dramatic music. “Unheimliche Orte” translates to “creepy places.”

I also found this pretty slick German documentary about DIA and Curtis Fentress, the architect behind the airport’s iconic main terminal, aka the Great Hall. Check it out after the jump.

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