Liberty Net: October 25, 2014

by WB4AIO on October 28, 2014


by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THIS IS an excellent time to check in to the Liberty Net — summertime static is disappearing and propagation is generally excellent. And the prime radio season coincides this year with the 40th anniversary of the most exciting net on amateur radio!

Listen: Liberty Net 10/25

Here’s an abbreviated digest of a few of the topics debated this week:

• There’s a lot of talk from both the Right and Left about “jobs” — the best way to create them is disputed by the two sides, but both agree that we need more of them. But do we? Is more money-making and product-making activity always an unlimited good? Perhaps we should pay less attention to how much we are doing, and think more deeply about what we are actually trying to accomplish. (13 minutes)

• More and more corporations are now demanding (or are required to demand) proof of “who you are” via government-issued photo ID or “Social Security” number, before doing quite a number of simple transactions. It looks like the concept of privacy, especially financial privacy, is almost forgotten today. (15 minutes)

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Liberty Net: October 18, 2014

by WB4AIO on October 25, 2014

Liberty-Net---812_-tubeby Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

LIBERTY NET participants would like to hear from you. You don’t have to say anything profound unless you want to. You don’t have to agree. And if you just want to say “hello” and introduce yourself, or ask a question, that’s fine too. We’d be delighted to meet you, so check in this week!

Listen: Liberty Net 10/18

Here’s a small selection from the topics debated on the Net’s session this time:

• Software-defined radios have a slight learning curve for most of us, but the results are amazing — perfectly rectangular “slidable” filters, superb dynamic range, lab grade panadaptors, a high degree of cleanliness, and configurable dead-flat frequency response, perfect for narrow-band communications or wideband high-fidelity AM or eSSB. (3 minutes)

• It’s now known that incandescent light bulbs are purposely designed to fail in a short time. Is the same true to a lesser extent of the newer bulb technologies. (10 minutes)

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Liberty Net: October 11, 2014

by WB4AIO on October 17, 2014


by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THE LIBERTY NET sometimes brings us voices who have been taking part in our radio community for decades — and it often brings us the voices of new participants, who are especially welcomed and valued. If you’re new to the Net, be aware that the Net Control Station takes check-ins and then asks for comments from each station in the order of his or her initial check-in — so there might be a wait before it’s your turn.

Listen: Liberty Net 10/11

Here’s a small summary of a few of the topics covered on the Net’s session this week:

• Walmart (and Target and Home Depot) have discontinued offering health insurance to their part-time workers — and part-time workers are a very large part of their workforce. These predatory corporations have a long history of fobbing off their workers to tax-financed programs, in this case “Obamacare.” (7 minutes)

• Many hospitals are now also “covering themselves” in the new, mean, “changed” America — and, in a reversal of two centuries of tradition, are now demanding that families with no coverage or garbage coverage (like “Obamacare”) pony up the cash before Mom or Dad or Junior gets rolled into the MRI room or surgery. Many of those who the hospitals don’t want to help get shunted off to hospice “care” — which is the next step before death. (9 minutes)

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Liberty Net: October 4, 2014

by WB4AIO on October 11, 2014


by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THE LIBERTY NET has a long track record of service to not only the amateur community but to the public interest at large — on the air every week since 1974. Join us on the air and make your voice heard!

Listen: Liberty Net 10/4

To pique your interest and tempt you to check in, the following is a small selection of the topics covered on the Net’s session this time:

• One way to make money in this declining nation is to offer classes to the public on how to safely handle and use a “concealed carry” firearm. (15 minutes)

• In Liberia, armed savages attacked a clinic that was treating Ebola patients, stealing infected mattresses and other goods, and driving some of the patients into the bush. Among locals, it’s widely believed that medical personnel, especially White doctors, are actually infecting people with the disease and they have been subject to numerous attacks. The average IQ of African Blacks is between 70 and 80, retarded by White standards. (45 minutes)

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Liberty Net: September 27, 2014

by WB4AIO on October 3, 2014


by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

WHAT’S THE BEST use of your time on amateur radio, or for that matter your time on Earth? Racking up points that prove that someone heard you say “5-9″ in Tierra del Fuego (when your signal was really 4-7)? Or learning about the world around you, about history in the making, and teaching others? Think about it. And then check in to the Liberty Net.

Listen: Liberty Net 9/27

Here are some of the ideas discussed on the Liberty Net this week:

• The city of Seattle is now employing “garbage commissars” who will issue fines if they find you have been throwing away too much food waste. (10 minutes)

• There is debate about the religious affiliation of Alton Nolen, arrested for beheading a woman in Oklahoma City. Nolen, who claimed to be a Muslim convert, also had Christian and Jewish slogans tattooed on his body. Perhaps he was driven more unstable than he was to begin with by Semitic religions in general and Islam in particular. But there’s no doubt about his race, however: Nolen is Black, and the prosecutor in the case says the attack was about race, not religion. (25 minutes)

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Liberty Net: September 13, 2014

by WB4AIO on September 27, 2014


by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THERE’S A LOT of anti-government talk among patriots these days, and, to be sure, the regime in Washington is the enemy of us all. But government need not be our enemy, and every unique people needs a government answerable to that people and and that people alone. Our problem is that we, as a people, no longer have our own government. Such is always the way of multiracial empires.

Listen: Liberty Net 9/13

Here are some of the concepts brought up on the Liberty Net this session:

• In Missouri, properly trained teachers and administrators will be allowed to carry firearms in public schools. (18 minutes)

• Back in the old, nearly all-White America, children — even elementary school children — were allowed to bring firearms to school for use during after school activities, and there were no notable problems. (23 minutes)

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Liberty Net: September 6, 2014

by WB4AIO on September 20, 2014


by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

DON’T FALL for the war propaganda — that’s a recurring theme on the Liberty Net, where you can sometimes learn in real time about the fraudulent nature of the false flag events designed to whip us up into a frenzy to kill the bankers’ and Israel’s latest enemies.

Listen: Liberty Net 9/6

Here is an abbreviated summary of a some of the concepts brought to light this week:

• Joan Rivers may have been an insufferably abrasive Tribe member, but she might have let the truth out about the Obamas’ sexuality in the impromptu interview she gave just before she suddenly took ill and died. (7 minutes)

• IBOC (or “HD radio” as it is sometimes called) is a technical turkey and a commercial failure. But it has served its real purpose well: preventing the development of a real, dedicated digital band in the United States. (13 minutes)

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Liberty Net: September 3, 2014

by WB4AIO on September 13, 2014


by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

ALL OVER the world, there is a confluence of opinion bringing together people of good will who realize that the old left/right paradigm just doesn’t make sense anymore. What does make sense is 1) whether or not you oppose the banking oligarchy, 2) whether you support or oppose Zionist/US aggression around the world, and 3) whether you stand for or against the oligarchs’ efforts to obliterate the European race.

Listen: Liberty Net 9/3

Here is my brief selection of a few of the ideas debated and discussed this week:

• For those who have started to realize that the NRA isn’t really interested in fully restoring our Second Amendment rights, you might want to switch your support to Gun Owners of America (GOA). (13 minutes)

• In Wisconsin, an 11-year-old student at an online virtual charter school has been forbidden by his principal, Melissa A. Horne, from using an avatar — a mere picture — depicting a gun. (22 minutes)

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Liberty Net: August 30, 2014

by WB4AIO on September 6, 2014


by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

IN IRAN, in Syria, and in Ukraine, the Zionist/banker warmongers are constantly propagandizing us to go to war, almost always for specious reasons. Currently, Russia is being falsely painted as an enemy. False flag events are staged to convince us to catch “war fever.” One of the greatest things about the Liberty Net is the fact that many participants are connected to alternative news and information sources which are outside of the Washington regime’s propagandasphere. There is also a diversity of opinion on the net, allowing the listener or participant to make up his own mind after enjoying the interplay of ideas.

Listen: Liberty Net 8/30

Here is my abbreviated selection of the concepts and issues debated and discussed this time:

• In Lynn, Massachusetts, the public schools are required to accept as “students” Third World illegal immigrants whose ages are not allowed to be verified. This not only results in racial mixing, but the subjection of middle school White girls to the advances of, say, Guatemalan or Somali fully adult males. (12 minutes)

• The vicious beating, by a gang of Blacks shouting racial epithets, of a White former marine (who was a stranger to them) in a restaurant parking lot in West Point, Mississippi has gone almost totally unreported in the controlled media. The local police chief says, incredibly, that this was not a hate crime. (13 minutes)

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Liberty Net: August 23, 2014

by WB4AIO on August 30, 2014


by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

ONE OF THE things that makes the Liberty Net unique is the ability to experience not only the ideas of those who participate, as one might by reading a blog posting or online forum, but also get a feel for the character and feelings of the man or woman who’s speaking by hearing his or her voice when interacting with others. It’s the most immersive social network you’re likely to find — and it’s very educational, too.

Listen: Liberty Net 8/23

Here is a selection of the ideas brought forth during this week’s Liberty Net:

• The Ivory Coast, along with South Africa, Liberia, Guinea, and other African countries have closed their borders in an effort to stop the spread of the Ebola virus. If they can do it, why can’t we? (14 minutes)

• One of the reasons US police departments are becoming so thuggish and militarized is the police “training” and “cooperation” agreements the Washington regime has signed with Israel, whose treatment of the Palestinians is known for its ferocity and brutality. (24 minutes)

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