New 9/11 Related Music on the Way from Military Demolition Pro?

Former Military Demolition Pro Now 'Blows Out' Neo Con Protest Songs; Inspired And Angry, He's Now Writing Song About WTC Hero-Janitor For Efforts To Get At 9/11 Truth

Former Army Sgt. Mark Johnson of Philadelphia is finished blowing up buildings and bridges, finished with the ugly work of a military demolitions expert.

Instead of setting trip wires and booby traps, Johnson now "blows out" neo con protest songs with his guitar, synthesizer and raspy Bob Dylan-like voice.
"From day one on Sept. 11th, after seeing the footage of the airliner striking the WTC on CNN and seeing explosions happening on lower floors of both towers, I knew right then and there that the towers were purposely being imploded," said Johnson.
"I want the message to ring out loud and clear throughout Washington, a message that the American people are sick and tired of being lied to about 9/11, the war in Iraq and everything else going on in Washington," said Johnson.

"However, what baffles my mind is that still after all the obvious lying, so many American citizens are still not getting it and still living with their heads in the sand. Hopefully my songs and the important song I am writing about William Rodriguez will wake them up before it’s too late and before all our rights have been systematically taken away."

I will do my best to get my hands on this guy's work and add it to the 9/11 Related Music Special Feature.

I hope he sells a billion

I hope he sells a billion copies.

5 billion