Mike Berger on Lone Lantern Radio Wednesday the 24th

Mike Berger, Media Coordinator for 911Truth.org will be a guest on Lone Lantern Radio January 24th at 7pm central time. Gary and Mike will discuss Mike's numerous appearances doing battle with the pundits on the mainstream press networks, the recent acceptance of his 9/11 documentary "Improbable Collapse" to an east coast film festival and his thoughts for the new year. For more info and live stream links please visit www.RBNLive.com.

I like Mike Berger...

He has always impressed me with his massive knowledge regarding 9/11, he's like a human 9/11 database.

He always maintains his calm and composure too...

Nuff respect Mike B :)



I agree w/ previous comment...

Mike Berger is a great spokesperson for 9/11 Truth. I had the privilege to s/w him on the InfidelGuy radio show and Berger was unstoppable. He has a clear and articulate way of structuring his ideas using sound logic. He also was nice enough to return an email I sent to him. We should all show some support for Mr. Berger with this upcoming event. Hopefully his film will also get some more widespread airtime.

How to get the word out.

A 9/11 thuther friend just sent me this url. Watch this short presentation and see what you think. Personally, I think it is a great idea. http://sac911truth.com/ It's from a Sacramento 9/11 truth group.

I think this makes sense.

I think 911 Mysteries should be one of the videos. The tone is excellent and the details are hard to refute. I'm not sure about what else may be appropriate. Obviously, something that doesn't just concentrate on the demolitions.

Perhaps, this idea can't wait for one of the so-called "leaders" of the movement. Perhaps even 911Blogger could organize a test case in a particular market area. The 911DVDproject is already doing a good job of sending out videos to people who request them. Maybe they would help work on a general mailing project.

I would support ($) something like this.


Is the audio from show.

"We've been offered a unique opportunity and we must not let this moment pass."

— George W. Bush - State Of The Union Address - January 29th, 2002