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Liberty Net: October 15, 2016

by WB4AIO on 20 October, 2016

liberty-net-are-you-onby Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

AS ELECTION night nears, it’s easy for decent people to put a lot of faith in Donald Trump. After all, he’s a nationalist and apparently reluctant to engage in war, and his opponent is a globalist warmonger whom the Jewish neocon murderers have embraced. But don’t forget that even if Trump is his own man, despite his Jewish family connections, he himself is an avowed Israel-supporter and his nationalism is not racial nationalism, only a very weak, diluted civic nationalism. A Trump presidency will not change any basic societal assumptions or structures, nor will it break the power of our domestic enemies (though you’d think it would by the volume of their squawking and wailing). What I’m trying to say is that resistance communities, like the National Alliance and the Liberty Net, will continue to be as necessary as ever as we go forward over the next four years.

Listen: Liberty Net 10/15

Here are a few of the topics brought up on the net this week, along with my remarks:

• It’s good to know that more and more AM stations are dumping the unworkable, poor quality digital interference generator called “IBOC” and opening up the band to the better reception that standard AM offers every listener. There’s nothing wrong with digital radio, of course, but IBOC was just a creation of the (((billionaire media owners))) to prevent the emergence of a dedicated digital band and the even playing field for smaller broadcasters it would have created. (20 minutes)

• Some of the longest-term mysterious shortwave signals are the slightly-wobbly sweeping carriers that appear and disappear seemingly randomly on the shortwave spectrum. Here in the eastern US, I have been hearing these on the lower HF bands, most notably 75 and 40 meters, since the early 1970s. When I lived in the Washington, DC area, they could be heard even at high noon on 75 meters — but here in western Pennsylvania they are an evening and nighttime phenomenon only. (42 minutes)

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Liberty Net: September 14, 2016

by WB4AIO on 22 September, 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-n2irj-photoluxe-cardby Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THIS week I’ll be trying to catch up on my articles by covering two weeks of the net instead of just one. I don’t know what it is about Summer, but there seem to be significantly fewer than 24 hours in most days!

Listen: Liberty Net - 8/27
Listen: Liberty Net 9/3

Here’s my selection from the topics brought up on the net, along with my take on them:

August 27:

• Those who hate the Confederate flag and want to ban it are tyrants — and ignorant tyrants at that. KK4WX offers net participants an extensive article on the subject. (12 minutes)

• The alliance between the allegedly liberal (and definitely Israel-funding and Israel-subservient) Democrat party and Islam is bizarre, to say the least. The only reasonable explanation is that the organization is more of a criminal enterprise than a political party with an actual ideology. (29 minutes)

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Liberty Net: August 20, 2016

by WB4AIO on 31 August, 2016

wb4aio_qsl_card04by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THE FCC is an instrumentality of the regime in Washington, with all of the callousness, hostility, incompetence, political motivations, and evil that that necessarily entails. They have a new tactic they are using on some licensees of whom they disapprove of or who are Politically Incorrect. They won’t begin proceedings against such a licensee — because they know they’d lose in any fair hearing.

So what the FCC does instead is simply to ignore the licensee and fail to perform their duties with respect to him: When he submits an address change, they won’t process it. When he passes the test for a higher grade of license, they won’t acknowledge it and will not put it in their database. When he renews his license, they will not process it and it will look like the license is expired in their database — even though it’s not expired at all. They act like the licensee doesn’t even exist and will not respond to his inquiries in any meaningful manner. I know this because it’s exactly what’s happening to me.

When the agency that’s supposed to facilitate orderly, lawful communications in this country acts in such a lawless, arbitrary, and immoral manner, what is an honorable man supposed to do? The very first and minimum response of an honorable man should be to regard the agency as the lawbreaker — and the licensee who has followed the spirit of the law as the innocent party — in any conflict between the two.

Listen: Liberty Net 8/20

Here’s a small selection from among the thoughts brought out on this week’s Liberty Net, along with my remarks:

• The murder and violent assault rate in African-populated Chicago keeps accelerating: In one weekend alone, 50 Congoids were gunned down by fellow Blacks there. Such carnage in Chicago (and in many other large cities where Negroes dominate) barely makes the news. Yet the comparatively rare instance of a Black being killed by a White policeman becomes a national news event in the Jewish-controlled media for months on end — and an excuse for violent rioting, complete with Soros funding. (31 minutes)

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Liberty Net: July 30, 2016

by WB4AIO on 7 August, 2016

Liberty-Net---glass-transomby Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

IT’S LIGHTNING season. There are many methods of protecting your station from nearby strikes (nothing can protect it from a direct hit). One method used here at WB4AIO is this: I use open wire feedline. Where it enters my home, the two balanced-feedline wires pass through the wall by going through through two narrow plastic tubes just a little bit wider than the wires themselves.

Just about an inch or so outside the wall, each wire of the feedline is connected via a Powerpole quick-disconnect connector. When a storm is approaching, I just walk out to the back of the house, disconnect the feedline, and toss it ten or 15 feet away from the house. (This is also done when mowing the lawn, so the feedline is out of the way and out of danger.)

There’s no better way of keeping a lightning-induced spike on the antenna from entering my equipment than by having that antenna’s feedline a dozen feet from the house!

Another thing I do is keep a 2-Watt 22 Megohm high voltage resistor connected across the open wire feedline at all times. This absorbs practically no desired RF, but effectively prevents DC static charges from building up across the antenna’s feed system during precipitation or storms. Such DC buildup can sometimes cause loud popping sounds in your receiver called “precipitation static” — or even cause arcing when a passing storm front brings a large atmospheric voltage gradient along with it. With the resistor paralleling the feedline, any such charge is bled off before it can cause any problems.

Listen: Liberty Net 7/30

Here are a few selections from the topics brought out on this week’s net, along with my comments:

• The murders, rapes, and other crimes committed by non-White invaders being brought into Germany by traitorous politicians like Angela Merkel are getting so overwhelming that Germans are starting to call this 2016 season “Merkel’s Summer of Slaughter.” (21 minutes)

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Liberty Net: July 23, 2016

by WB4AIO on 30 July, 2016

Liberty-Net---FFSS-demostration-recordby Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

MOST INFORMATION sources these days want to sell you something and are therefore beholden to the maker of, and market for, that thing. Or they’re selling advertising and are therefore beholden to whomever is really paying the bills. In contrast, the Liberty Net is totally non-commercial and dedicated to public service. It is not monolithic, and consists entirely of independent individuals sharing information freely, teaching — and learning from — other participants.

Listen: Liberty Net 7/23

Here are some selected samples of the topics brought forward on this week’s net, along with my interpretations:

• Thank goodness for Guccifer and Wikileaks, who have shown the world that the criminal Clinton Machine stole the Democratic nomination from Bernie Sanders. (3 minutes)

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Liberty Net: July 9, 2016

by WB4AIO on 16 July, 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: July 2, 2016

by WB4AIO on 9 July, 2016

wb4aio_RING_X2by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

STATIONS THAT can be heard marginally in the Winter on 75 meters are often totally uncopyable in the Summer. The reason? Summertime background noise levels — due to nearby or distant thunderstorm static — are often ten or twenty times higher in the warm months of the year than they are in Winter. This means that to be heard as well as you are in the cold months, you would have to run ten or twenty times as much power during warm weather.

There are two lessons to be learned here: 1) If you can, run ten or twenty times the power you’re running now; and 2) never use a small, low, or compromise antenna — they can cut your effective power to as little as one tenth your actual power, and that can be a fatal reduction when you’re fighting static or interference.

Listen: Liberty Net 7/2

Here’s my selection from among the topics debated on this week’s net session, along with my remarks:

• Vanessa Brown, an obese Black Pennsylvania state representative from the Africanized city that is still called Philadelphia (and who, by the way, is awaiting trial on corruption charges), has demanded that display of the Confederate flag should be forbidden, even in historical displays and during Civil War reenactments — unless the participants, in the vague, rambling words of Brown, somehow “tell the truth” (Brown’s “truth,” something about “hate and oppression”) about the flag. She even stole a flag out of an historical display at the state capitol and only returned it when she was threatened with arrest. She then lobbied the craven, cowardly governor of Pennsylvania, who subsequently ordered all Confederate-linked flags removed from the historical display. (19 minutes)

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Liberty Net: June 11, 2016

by WB4AIO on 18 June, 2016

Liberty-Net---RCA-814-tubesby Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THANKS TO MARTY, N2IRJ who stood in as Net Control Station (NCS) on this week’s Liberty Net, when Vic, W1WCR had to be away. Marty is also the regular NCS for the Midweek Liberty Net, which takes place every Wednesday at 10PM Eastern Time. When you check in to these nets, your callsign will be placed on a list and then, after check-ins are completed, each station will be called upon for comments in the order in which he or she checked in.

Listen: Liberty Net 6/11

Here are a few of the ideas brought up on this week’s Liberty Net, along with my comments:

• A police officer in a major US city predicts massive civil disobedience — or possibly even civil war — if Hillary becomes manager of the Jews’ “federal government” in Washington and tries to further abrogate the Second Amendment. And, he predicts, in any such conflict many policemen will side with American citizens and will openly defy the Washington regime. (28 minutes)

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Liberty Net: June 4, 2016

by WB4AIO on 11 June, 2016

Liberty-Net---300B-triode-tubeby Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THE LIBERTY Net and Midweek Liberty Net and Survival Net are cooperative, community ventures run by volunteers. When one Net Control Station can’t be there, another steps in so the Net continues. On those very rare occasions when no NCS volunteer is available, an informal net usually takes place spontaneously anyway. In every case, valuable information is shared and community is built. Join us and enjoy the fun and sharing soon!

Listen: Liberty Net 6/4

Here are a few of the topics brought up on this week’s Liberty Net, along with my comments:

• A good medium-distance 75 meter propagation beacon for those in the eastern part of North America is Navy station NAM, running 850-Hz shift encrypted RTTY centered on 4005 kHz. The station is one of the earliest utility stations, dating from the 1920s, and is located near Norfolk, Virginia. It’s on for most of the evening every day. (11 minutes)

• It’s good to see more and more realism about American history — such as substituting the term “War of Northern Aggression” for “Civil War” when discussing the 1861-1865 fratricidal conflict. (22 minutes)

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