Exclusive: Secret underground base beneath Denver International Airport now revealed by whistle-blower


For the first time, a whistle-blower from within the DIA complex confirms the existence of a massive deep underground military facility located beneath the airport

By Shepard Ambellas

DENVER (INTELLIHUB) — The Denver International Airport (DIA) is nestled on a vast 53 square mile complex and is owned and operated by the City of Denver.  In fact, it’s the largest airport in the United States, in terms of land mass garnered, and the second largest airport in the world to Saudi Arabia’s King Fahd International Airport as I pointed out in my appearance on the Travel Channel series America Declassified.


(Photo: Shepard Ambellas/Intellihub News)

The airport serves over 50 million passengers a year and is now incorporating a massive new project called “Airport City” an aerotropolis which has been presented publicly by the Mayor of Denver, Michael Hancock, who respectively declined an interview with Intellihub News. However, interestingly, the new aerotropolis will incorporate an expansive business district with new lodging as well as an agricultural and technical district within the confines of the airport property to attract more revenue to Denver’s growing economy. In fact, between the planed aerotropolis and Colorado’s booming marijuana industry, DIA just might be the next biggest thing since sliced bread.

The concept is innovative, a first for an airport in America, and is likely to become the envy of other airports around the world. In fact, according to Airport City Denver’s official website:

In 2010, DIA and the City and County of Denver took a major step in DIA’s evolution to fulfill its gateway role by inviting firms from around the world to submit proposals to assist DIA in planning, assessing and creating an Airport City at DIA as the core of and competitive accelerator for the emerging Denver aerotropolis. Later that year, DIA selected MXD Development Strategists (MXD) and its collaborative team including Design Workshop, CH2M Hill, Dr. John Kasarda, Integrity Parking, Transcore and Ambient Energy to prepare the Denver International Airport City Development Strategy.

However, local residents and others have been questioning the new construction in and around the airport property as several red flags have been raised. In fact, since the first construction phases of the airport started in the early 1990′s, there have been several indicators that something else may be taking place on or under the grounds of the 53 square mile complex.

The Facility

Some speculate that a deep underground military facility, part of the Continuity of Government (COG) program exists on the site. A massive underground city to be used by our government in the event that Washington or our central governments command hub is compromised. According to some investigative reports, including one headed up by the former Governor of Minnesota, Jesse Ventura, the underground city that lies beneath the airport quite possibly connects to other deep underground military installations throughout the country.

Now, a source of mine within the airport confirmed for the first time astonishing information regarding the underground facility, providing details unknown to airport staff and the general public until now.

The following are details regarding a deep underground military installation located on the grounds of the DIA as provided by my source:

  • Level 1 of the airport is inset into the ground to protect from vibrations coming from underneath. The base board characteristics lead on to this technical design. The employees have been told the reason for this is to protect from vibrations from the public train that leads back and forth to all concourses, A, B, and C.
  • The airport’s gate and door numbers correspond to emergency action and response plans that indicate specific details to people “in the know”.
  • The design of the airport is built to throw people off as levels are labeled differently on each in some cases and grading changes make it difficult to pinpoint your actual elevation. This was a security feature added by the designers.
  • Due to lawsuits (or potential staged events) in the “United Airlines, Inc.” section of one of the basement levels at DIA, an infectious bio-hazard or fungal outbreak has instigated quarantined off areas of the underground, as they are now inaccessible to the airport staff and personnel. The quarantined section of the underground was confirmed by the source to be located in Concourse B’s East side lower levels.
  • The landfill located off of Tower Rd. two miles west of the Jeppesen Terminal was added onto in the early 2000′s despite the airports appeal to the District Court against the landfill in 2002, claiming it was a FAA safety hazard. The landfill has a functioning element to it but is “mocked-up” to look like a landfill hidden in plain sight.
  • There is a militarized intermediary entrance located in the “United Airlines” section of the underground. The actual door number was reveled by my source with great hesitation. The actual door code is “BE64B” unknown until now to the general public.
  • A swift door will also allow access to the intermediary entrance of the facility if you have the proper “speed-pass” clearance on a Department of Defense (DOD) level. This door was also a secret to the general public until now. The actual door number is “T-47 M” located on the level 4 exterior. Update: Airport Staff, “I just went in to T47-M… nothing goes down, no steps, no elevator”.
  • The dirt in parts of the train tunnels looks unnatural, and “if anyone steps on it they know”, said my source.
  • Gates can “lock-down” certain sections of the airport in the event of an emergency.
  • A nearly 3 mile long tunnel heads out from the intermediary entrance “BE64B“, to a full-blown Department of Defense (DOD) sanctioned militarized entrance nestled in a set of 5 buildings 120′ beneath the surface located Northeast of the Jeppesen Terminal.
  • All VIP activity typically originates under the Northwest section of “Concourse C”

The information provided by the whistleblower does indeed beg the following question. Does the DOD have any ties to areas of the airport owned and (or) operated by domestics airline carriers?

Department of Defense Ties To Domestic Airline Carriers

New information uncovered by Intellihub News investigators concludes that, yes indeed the DOD has ties to a commercial airline carrier that operates out of the Denver International Airport.

Documents requested by a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request by the Investigative Report Workshop in 2004 reveal that, “United Airlines, Inc” is involved in a DOD “Air Transportation Program” likely connected to COG. This contract would allow United Airlines to fly VIP’s, sitting Senators, Congressmen, and top elected officials including Head’s of State to-and-fro the main COG hub located on DIA grounds.

According to the Investigative Report Workshop, “The Department of Defense audits commercial air carriers it contracts with to fly DOD employees. The Workshop and PBS FRONTLINE sent a FOIA request to learn about United Airline’s maintenance procedures. Last year, we had sent the same request for another company and the audits proved to be very informative. This time, however, we received about 94 mostly blank pages.”

The Dirt Came From Somewhere

According to my source from inside, a massive pile of dirt was added to an existing landfill in the area despite the FAA’s request that it was dangerous to travelers and could pose a radar issue causing a potential disaster. This addition to that landfill was pressed hard and was supposed to take place over a 40-60 year period, but instead took place over the course of about 4 years. The pile of dirt, which is masked as a landfill in-plain-sight, now exceeds 300′ in altitude.

An excerpt from the FAA appeal reads, “In the Hazard Determination and Affirmation, the FAA found that the Tower Road landfill at its proposed height “would be in the radar line of sight and vehicles [i.e., dump trucks and graders] operating at the landfill may cause radar reflection and consequently create false targets.” JA 7.

The Determination and Affirmation themselves provide no evidentiary basis for the “false target” finding. Indeed, we can find at most only two pages in a 462-page record to support it. The FAA’s aeronautical study reports that Airways Facility radar technicians have “identified the potential for false targets. At the current elevation of 5,423′ AMSL [above mean sea level], the landfill is below the radar line-of-sight. At the new height of 5,542′ AMSL, the large dump trucks, graders, and other heavy equipment create the potential for reflecting the radar and causing false targets…. The impact in this circumstance would be an erroneous position indication for the aircraft.”


The Denver Airport (Location) is part of a Continuity of Government Program and does indeed house an underground facility.






Malaysian National Heart Institute – A place where hearts meld as one?

The Malaysian Insider


The picture above shows Malaysian Prime Minister Najib (right) visiting and having fun with Haji Hadi, the president of PAS which is UMNO’s great nemesis. These two arch-rivals bash each other in the political arena, but in the hospital ward of the Institut Jantung Negara (National Heart Institute) where Hadi is being treated for his ailing heart, bitter politics seem to be brushed aside and their hearts meld. It couldn’t happen in a better place than the IJN, a hospital which treats and mend “ailing” hearts.

Perhaps all politicians, both ruling and oppositions should meet at the IJN whenever they have national issues to resolve and settle it heart to heart….just sayin’

Read more (Malay Language)




Free App Lets the Next Snowden Send Big Files Securely and Anonymously



Onionshare creator Micah Lee, who works as a staff technologist and crypto guru for Glenn Greenwald’s news site The Intercept. Image: Courtesy of Micah Lee

When Glenn Greenwald discovered last year that some of the NSA documents he’d received from Edward Snowden had been corrupted, he needed to retrieve copies from fellow journalist Laura Poitras in Berlin. They decided the safest way to transfer the sizable cache was to use a USB drive carried by hand to Greenwald’s home in Brazil. As a result, Greenwald’s partner David Miranda was detained at Heathrow, searched, and questioned for nine hours.

That’s exactly the sort of ordeal Micah Lee, the staff technologist and resident crypto expert at Greenwald’s investigative news site The Intercept, hopes to render obsolete. On Tuesday he released Onionshare—simple, free software designed to let anyone send files securely and anonymously. After reading about Greenwald’s file transfer problem in Greenwald’s new book, Lee created the program as a way of sharing big data dumps via a direct channel encrypted and protected by the anonymity software Tor, making it far more difficult for eavesdroppers to determine who is sending what to whom.

“If you use a filesharing service like Dropbox or Mega or whatever, you basically have to trust them. The file could end up in the hands of law enforcement,” Lee says. “This lets you bypass all third parties, so that the file goes from one person to another over the Tor network completely anonymously.

“It’s basically 100 percent darknet.”

When Onionshare users want to send files, the program creates a password-protected, temporary website hosted on the Tor network—what’s known as a Tor Hidden Service—that runs on their computer. They provide the recipient with the URL and password for that site, preferably via a message encrypted with a tool like PGP or Off-The-Record encrypted instant messaging. The recipient visits that URL in a Tor Browser and downloads the file from that temporary, untraceable website, without needing to have a copy of Onionshare.

“As soon as the person has downloaded the file, you can just cancel the web server and the file is no longer accessible to anyone,” Lee says.

Lee hopes to have others examine Onionshare’s code to suss out flaws. For now it only runs as a bare-bones command-line tool on the Tor-based operating system Tails, which can be launched on Windows or Mac machines. He plans to add a version that runs directly on Windows and Mac computers soon.

Onionshare can be particularly useful when someone sending a file wants to remain anonymous even to the recipient, Lee says. If whistleblowers can securely send an Onionshare URL and password to a journalist, they potentially could use it to leak secrets anonymously without being exposed. That flips the model of how Tor enables leaks: Sites like WikiLeaks and news organizations using the anonymous leak software SecureDrop host their own Tor Hidden Services. Onionshare could put more power in whistleblowers’ hands, helping them send secrets to journalists who don’t have that sort of anonymous submission system in place.

But Lee also sees Onionshare being used for more common file-sharing situations where everyone involved knows each other but require utmost secrecy. It’s a safe bet that Greenwald and Miranda will be fans.

“The internet is amazing in that it doesn’t have borders,” Lee says. “If you need to send files that are very sensitive, better to use the internet to send them rather than to travel and get searched at the border.”

“Actually, everything on the internet is searched,” he corrects himself a moment later. “That’s why we need encryption.”




What it means to be Malaysian

The Malaysian Insider

MALAYSIA – History and Constitution prove we are a secular state, says interfaith council

The Malaysian Insider


Malaysia is becoming more and more an Islamic state in which the rights of non-Muslims are increasingly trampled upon, say religious leaders. – June 28, 2014.

The national interfaith council has weighed in on the debate on whether Malaysia is a secular state and if hudud should be implemented in the country, pointing to historical evidence and provisions in the Constitution which dispel any doubts that the nation’s founding fathers had intended the nation to be a secular, not an Islamic state.


Citing historical documents such as the Alliance Memorandum submitted to the Reid Commission in 1956, and the white paper issued by the British government in June 1957, the council pointed out there was no historical document to contradict the fact that Malaysia was intended to be a secular state.

The Alliance Memorandum was jointly submitted by Umno, MCA and MIC to the Reid Commission and specifically stated that they wanted a secular state, although the religion of the state was to be Islam.

These assertions were made by Malaysian Consultative Council of Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Sikkhism and Taoism (MCCBCHST) president Jagir Singh in response to a recent statement by Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Jamil Khir Baharom that Malaysia was not a secular state.

Jamil Khir had also said that the formation of Malaysia was based on the Islamic administration of the Malay sultanates and that the Malay sultans were heads of Islam in their respective states.

Jagir said that a secular state did not mean that religion and the state were completely separate.

“For example, countries like Turkey and Indonesia are grounded in Islamic principles but are secular.

“Therefore Malaysia can be described as a secular country with Islam as the religion of the federation but where Islam does not form the basic laws and where the Constitution is the supreme law,” he added.

According to Jagir, Article 4(1) also made it clear that the Constitution, not shariah law, was the supreme law of the land.

He added that the words Islamic law and shariah courts were not even found in the 1957 Constitution.

“The Muslim courts were renamed Shariah courts in 1976 by amending Schedule 9, similarly ‘Muslim law’ was amended to read ‘Islamic law’.”

As such, Jagir said the interfaith group was against any plan to implement hudud in the country.

He said the council was concerned that its implementation would undermine the consensus reached between the different communities, as well as the Constitution and fundamental rights, including freedom of religion.

“It will turn this country from a parliamentary democracy into Islamic theocracy and under this, God’s law is supreme, which means the Quran and Sunnah become the reference points, not the Constitution.”

He added that of the 57 Islamic countries in the world, only a dozen have implemented hudud and they did not include the two most populous Muslim nations – Indonesia and Bangladesh.

“The conditions are not suitable for the implementation of hudud in Malaysia because it would require a pious society that is honest, and because when the punishment is meted out, it is irreversible,” he added.

Federation of Taoist Associations of Malaysia president Daozhang Tan Hoe Chieow said the process of Islamisation began in 1980s as a political response to the inability of the Malay Muslim mind to come to terms with the pains and pitfalls of moderation and hyper modernity.

“This created the need for fundamentalist Muslims to retreat to a safer zone of religious comfort by calling for the imposition of cultural laws like shariah and its instrument of control, which is hudud,” he said.

Malaysia Hindu Sangam president Datuk R.S. Mohan Shan said that even without hudud, non-Muslims were being oppressed as many institutions were turning a blind eye in cases of conversion of children, child custody cases and the raid by Jais on the Bible Society of Malaysia.

“Jais’s raid on the Bible Society only proves that they are trying to regulate other religions.

“So even without hudud, there is so much injustice by non-functioning institutions and matters will only worsen if hudud is introduced.”

Mohan said it was not true that hudud would not affect non-Muslims in Malaysia, pointing out that Section 52 of the Kelantan Shariah Criminal Enactment stated that non-Muslims could elect to come under shariah law.

“This is clearly unconstitutional as jurisdiction is by law. It cannot be obtained by submission or acceptance,” he said.

Council of Churches of Malaysia general-secretary Rev Dr Hermen Shastri said the hudud issue was an example of intra-Islamic contestation taking place in the political sphere.

“Those speaking about these issues are trying to increase their Islamic credentials, while Umno and PAS are trying to out-Islamicise each other,” he said.

Hermen said what was more urgently needed in the country was for a fair, transparent and accountable system of governance.

“We don’t even have this in our country,” he said.

PAS had previously announced plans to introduce two private members’ bills in Parliament this month to allow it to enforce hudud in Kelantan.

However, it postponed the tabling of the bills, explaining that it was to give sufficient time for a joint Putrajaya and Kelantan government committee to study the implementation of the shariah penal code.

Notwithstanding that, PAS has maintained that it was determined to implement hudud.

The private members’ bills would have allowed the Kelantan government to enforce the Kelantan Shariah Penal Code II, which was passed in 1993 by the state assembly. – June 29, 2014.


…called on all Malaysians to take the Federal Constitution as a unifier and guide to harmony just as the “Sahifah Madinah” had united the multi-racial Madinah City residents in the past.




MALAYSIA – Malays willing to kill to get to Heaven, says Dr Mahathir

The Malaysian Insider

mahathir-worriedlookMalaysia’s longest-serving prime minister yesterday lamented that the Malays were now willing to engage in religious violence, which included killing other Muslims, in order to gain entry into Heaven.


Following reports that some Malaysians had taken arms and joined the civil wars in Iraq and Syria, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad (pic) said those who participated in them were willing to do these things because of political and ideological differences.

“But, we have not heard of any ulama give an opinion or make a fatwa on the actions.

“If they think suicide and killing more Muslims will lead them to heaven, perhaps more Malays will wrap bombs around their bodies and detonate themselves in order to kill many unknown Muslims and not be enemies with them,” he said in his latest blog posting.

Dr Mahathir said he tried searching the Quran for the order that Muslims can commit suicide or kill other Muslims, but instead found verses that urged Muslims to make peace.

He added that those killed were not enemies of Malaysia.

“We are not in any danger because of the attacks in places like Iraq and Syria. The Holy Quran tells us to ensure that we bring peace among two Muslims if they were enemies. If any party rejects peace, only then can the third party be in favour of the party that accepts peace.

“But Allah didn’t tell us to preach hostility in favour of any party. Allah repeatedly said that He doesn’t like people who bring chaos,” said Dr Mahathir.

The Malaysian Insider reported that more than 100 Malaysian radicals are believed to be in the Middle East fighting for the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (Isis).

The number is based on intelligence reports which the Special Branch has received, according to a senior police officer from Bukit Aman.

Wisma Putra on Tuesday said in a statement that 15 Malaysians had been killed in Syria while allegedly fighting for Isis, a splinter group of al-Qaeda that wants to set up an Islamic caliphate encompassing both Iraq and Syria.

Isis, which has seized large swathes of territory in Iraq, is also fighting in Syria and has become a magnet for Muslim volunteers from Asia and Europe.

The Sunni insurgent group reportedly were also successful in seizing large amounts of weaponry from a defeated Iraqi army.

Also, PAS on Thursday revealed that it had sacked cleric Lotfi Ariffin last month after learning he had signed up with a militant group fighting in Syria. – June 28, 2014.


“As proof — whether we agree or not is another matter — the group ISIL with the strength of just 1,300 people, can defeat an Iraqi army of 30,000 soldiers, until four, five generals with three, four stars run for their lives, jump out the window at night. Why? Because they are afraid of those who are brave,” he told more than 1,000 Umno members in attendance.