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Liberty Net: November 12, 2016

by WB4AIO on November 19, 2016

liberty-net-wb4aio-building-01by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

SORRY FOR the lateness of this article, but my work schedule here at AIO Laboratories has been intense. Some of the things I was working on were a whole new Content Management System for http://nationalvanguard.org/ — new discussion room software for http://3950.net/ — and a lot more too.

Listen: Liberty Net 11/12

Here are a few of the ideas brought forth on the net this week, along with my take on them:

• When the 75 meter band “goes long,” which happens quite a bit as Winter approaches, we lose the ability to receive stations closer to us than several hundred miles. That is, we lose them if they aren’t exceptional stations. Those with exceptional station facilities — with highly-efficient, full-size antennas and a kilowatt or more — can often be heard on backscatter even when normal ionospheric refraction is shut down. (8 minutes)

• Now that a Muslim convert has been proposed as the new head of the disgraced Democratic National Committee, he is being supported by two Jews — Charles Schumer and Bernie Sanders. Who could have predicted that? My nomination: Mitt Romney. (33 minutes)

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Liberty Net: September 14, 2016

by WB4AIO on September 22, 2016

wb4aio_qsl_card05by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THIS WEEK I’ll be covering the Midweek Liberty Net session for my article, which happens every Wednesday evening with Marty, N2IRJ as the regular Net Control Station.

Listen: Midweek Liberty Net 9/14

Here are a few items brought up on this session, along with my commentary:

• As a parting shot of hate and destruction toward the America he hates, Fetchit has declared that 110,000 “refugees” will be imported into this country this year, starting in October. Very few or none of them will be of our race. (14 minutes)

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Liberty Net: July 9, 2016

by WB4AIO on July 16, 2016

Liberty-Net---vertical-antennaby Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

AMERICA — and the West in general — are at a point of crisis. Paid Soros operatives are bringing violence and forced political change — in a very, very bad direction — to our shores. No matter who is elected, the Jewish power structure is still going to have a stranglehold on the regime in Washington. Under these circumstances, networking with other aware citizens on amateur radio’s Liberty Net is more important and useful than ever.

Listen: Liberty Net 7/9

Here are just a few of the topics debated on this week’s net session, along with my comments:

• One of the best additions to an advanced amateur station is a low-noise receive-only antenna such as a Beverage. Those wanting to learn how to build a Beverage should seek out a copy of Vic, W1WCR’s excellent Beverage Antenna Handbook. (8 minutes)

• At a recent Trump speech, a citizen stood up and told the audience that he was sick of the American military and American lives being wasted fighting wars for the Zionist state of Israel. Jaws of the better-informed audience members dropped because of the man’s courage in speaking the truth. The jaws of the ignorant and misinformed dropped because the man dared to criticize God’s “holy” (and bloodthirsty) pets. (12 minutes)

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Liberty Net: May 28, 2016

by WB4AIO on June 5, 2016

Liberty-Net---811A-tubesby Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

MANY READERS wonder just what kind of equipment they should use to start out in amateur radio and to participate in the Liberty Net. There are many different answers to that question, from vintage gear to the latest that technology has to offer. My personal preference is now — after experiencing several of them — to go with a Software Defined Radio (SDR).

The razor-sharp and infinitely-variable filters, ruler-flat frequency response, and clear, low-distortion capabilities of SDRs make them a whole order of magnitude better than conventional transceivers, in my opinion.

There are two major manufacturers of SDRs: Flex Radio and Anan. There are also numerous new start-up companies entering the field, like Italy’s Elad, so development and competition are in full swing. There are models that you can buy new for under $1,000, such as the Anan 10E, and I have seen used Flex SDR-1000s (an older model which I use) for under half that.

In the left-hand column of this site is a feed from the Flex Radio community forum, and in the right-hand column is a feed from the Anan discussion group. Jump in and read — there’s a whole new world of amateur radio out there, and it’s fun to learn!

Listen: Liberty Net 5/28

Here are a few of the subjects discussed on this week’s Liberty Net, along with my take on them:

• Chicago is quickly turning into another Detroit, like an African city in North America. There have been 500 confirmed homicides there so far this year, almost all perpetrated by Blacks. (59 minutes)

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Liberty Net: April 9, 2016

by WB4AIO on April 16, 2016

kas_pictureby Kevin Strom, WB4AIO (pictured)

FOR NEW participants, here’s a brief discussion of how to operate on the Liberty Net: Ours is a directed net, meaning that all stations should check in with the Net Control Station (NCS), giving your call sign, name, and location when the net opens. The NCS may say hello, but his main function is just to compile a list of check-ins at this time. He’ll put your call on his list in the order received and, when it’s your turn, you will be called and given an opportunity to make remarks to the net. If the NCS has questions or comments about what you said, he may engage you in some interchanges before he turns it over to the next station on the list. If a lot of stations check in and have long comments, it may take an hour or so for the first round to be completed. Usually late check-ins are called for before the second and third rounds start. Usually, after three rounds or so, the Roundtable Mode is invoked (which starts check-ins anew). The Roundtable Mode is a little less formal: There are more interchanges and, though it starts with a list, eventually stations may start to talk to each other break-in style.

Listen: Liberty Net 4/9

Here’s my selection from among the topics discussed on this week’s net, along with my comments:

• Did you know that George Soros money is being used to hire violent “protestors” to shut down, and create incidents at, Donald Trump rallies? They’re even advertising on Craigslist for ne’er-do-wells to sign up. Shades of the oligarchs’ phony “revolution” in Ukraine. (6 minutes)

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Liberty Net: May 18, 2013

by WB4AIO on May 25, 2013

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by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

A SOLAR FLARE visited our planet this week, but the impact on the Liberty Net was minimal, as many of the cornerstone stations on the net have taken the time and effort to have maximally strong signals — and they shine through even when the ionosphere is uncooperative.

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Here’s my summary of a few of the issues debated and discussed on the Liberty Net this session:

• Why do the Washington regime’s immigration authorities consistently favor Muslims and other non-Whites, yet make it extremely difficult for White people to immigrate here? (18 minutes)

• With the bankers and their “Fed” able to create any number of billions of dollars at will, there is no reason at all for “income taxes” or the IRS — except to control and intimidate us. (28 minutes)

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Liberty Net: February 19, 2011

by WB4AIO on February 25, 2011

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

GOOD PROPAGATION REUNITED with 75 meters like two long-separated lovers this week (let’s hear it for sunspots!), and signals were loud and clear for the Liberty Net. Only the regrettable DRM interference from the BBC necessitated a frequency change during the net’s entire five-hour-plus run.

Listen: Liberty Net 2/19

Here’s my summary of a small sample of the ideas put forth this time on amateur radio’s historic Liberty Net:

• It may be due to less than idealistic reasons (like partisan squabbling and the budget crunch), but one hopeful sign these days is that funding for Obama’s unconstitutional “czars” has been cut off. (2 minutes)

• Why did the unions and the government both agree to public employee pension plans that were absolutely unsustainable during periods of low interest rates? Were they sold a bill of goods by crooked bankers? (34 minutes)

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Liberty Net: July 31, 2010

by WB4AIO on August 7, 2010

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

CONDITIONS were excellent this week on the Liberty Net, and so were the conversations. Check-ins spanned the entire eastern half of North America. Here are just a few of the highlights from this week’s most exciting net on the amateur radio bands:

Download or listen to the Liberty Net recorded July 31

• Obama made a recent statement on “The View” that most Blacks in America are “mongrels.” If a White person had made such a statement, the media would have gone into overdrive and there likely would have been rioting in the streets. (12 minutes)

• Maxine Waters can be properly described as the Communist representative from California, now that she has openly stated that all businesses should be seized by the government. (24 minutes)

• Why are the bank failure announcements always made late on Friday? — in hopes that they will no longer be “news” by Monday? So far, despite the “happy talk” from the regime in Washington, the bank failure rate is almost twice as high this year than in 2009. (26 minutes)

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Liberty Net: June 26, 2010

by WB4AIO on July 3, 2010

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

SOME VERY DEEP analysis of world events was heard this week on amateur radio’s most exciting net, the Liberty Net — along with strong dissenting views. Intentional interference was almost entirely absent, as the jammer identified during the last net session has apparently slunk away in shame.

Listen to or download the Liberty Net recorded June 26

Here is a small sampling of what you’ll hear on this week’s recording (the times given are when the subject was brought up, timed from the beginning of the recording):

• An 86-year-old woman was recently tasered in her bed by a police-uniformed thug who didn’t like her “attitude.” Is such evil a consequence of the brutalization of our young men, caused by ordering them to commit atrocities in the Middle East? (3 hours 50 minutes)

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by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THIS WEEK a computer crash caused N2IRJ’s recording to be lost — but we do have a partial recording from an online receiver, so some of this week’s Liberty Net (recorded 4/24) can still be heard. The Liberty Net is amateur radio’s premiere and longest-running discussion net, on the air since 1974. The Net Control Station is published author and antenna innovator Victor Misek, W1WCR.

Listen to or download this week's Liberty Net

It was good to note the return of Vern, W9FAM, a broadcast station owner and talk show host in his own right, who’s been covering politics since he sat in on town hall meetings run by Obama predecessor and role model Franklin Roosevelt. Vern has been absent from the Net for several years. He puts in an excellent, high-quality signal.

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