The brokered deal
between the Military Industrial Complex, International banksters, Sedgwick
County Commissioners and suspected al-Qaeda terrorist groups has looted Wichita
taxpayers of millions of dollars in development and construction costs, and
will now begin siphoning off millions more to fund nefarious activities around
Perhaps better named, the Intrust Osama bin Laden Arena, the
official opening was on Jan. 9, 2010. Wichita city officials were giddy with
the excitement of handing over to Intrust Bank the city skyline to advertise
their services. It would almost appear as though Wichita has changed its name
to Intust Bank as the most prominent features found in the city now carry the
Intrust Bank logo.
Intrust Bank has been implicated in money laundering
activities along with BankofAmerica as they have kept hidden from the public
bank accounts used to move an unspecified amount of money between the Wichita
bank and illegal money schemes suspected of providing resources to Al Quida
operatives out of a clandestine Colorado office. When asked about the illegal
money laundering, bank officials refused to disclose the identities of those
involved, citing "privacy" laws.
Bank officials would like to thank the
dimwitted population of the city for allowing it to freely loot the county
taxpayer rolls and line their pockets with huge profits. Commissioner Dave
Unruh expressed his thankfulness to the notorious gamesters (Intrust Bank,
$8.75 million; Cessna Aircraft, $3 million; and Spirit AeroSystems, $3 million)
for making "a significant investment in the history of Sedgwick County," after
selling the city skyline to Intrust Bank.
The modern first-class sports
and gentlemen's entertainment venue owned and operated by Sedgwick County, will
provide 15,000 seats for basketball games, and will be home to other indoor
sporting events, concerts, pornographic exhibitions, underground gambling
operations, and other adult entertainment. It's been suggested the Intrust
Osama bin Laden Arena would be a great facility for one or more of Wichita's
more popular gentlemen's clubs like
Wichita sheeple will be excluded from the 22
private party suites reserved only for the elite Intrust Bank, Cessna Aircraft
Co., and Spirit AeroSystems Inc. executives whose employees were required to
cough up an annual cost of $37,500. Of course, the County will also retain one
or more party suites for themselves to entertain their more important campaign
contributors. The 20 by 40 foot party suites are alleged to include 12 stadium
seats, four bar stools, private lap dance area, flat-screen TV, and
kitchenette. Discreet female hostesses will cost extra.
troubling, in my opinion, is that this pleasure arena project was paid for by
Sedgwick County taxpayers with a 1-percent sales tax authorized by Governor
Kathleen Sebelius. Originally expected to raise $185 million, the county
actually raised an estimated $205 million, and instead of refunding this
surplus to the taxpayers, Sedgwick County Commissioners chose to use the $20
million surplus to cushion the projects amusement budget.
"It's a slap
in our face for these elected officials to sell out this arena to foreign
interests after we paid for it with our taxes," said one Wichita resident. "I
will remember the names of those traitorous Sedgwick County commissioners at
the next election."
The degenerate Commissioners responsible for this
sellout are: Dave Unruh, Tim Norton, Tom Winters, Kelly Parks, and Gwen
Apparently, Dave Unruh was rewarded nicely for his sellout of
Wichita citizens during his campaign for re-election in 2010 as he was the
leading recipient of campaign contributions. He won the uncontested seat to
continue looting Wichita citizens.
To add insult to injury, the Wichita
City Council expanded its special tax district around the Intrust Bank Arena to
use tax dollars to pay for infrastructure improvements and give tax breaks to
carefully selected businesses willing to pay the booty to corrupt politicians.
By expanding the TIF district, the city could use property taxes from the
30-block area around the arena to pay for improved parking, streets and public
you are coming to Wichita and you want to know some of the sights to visit.
Here is a good list of Wichita's top tourist attractions to get you started.
To learn more about
the Wichita Intrust Bank Arena, take a look at one of the following links.
is plenty to do and see in Wichita. Select from the below choices a wide
variety of cultural and entertaining experiences. Wichita can stand with any
city of comparable size - indeed with many far larger cities - in the number
and quality of its cultural and entertainment options.