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Liberty Net: July 16, 2016

by WB4AIO on 23 July, 2016

Liberty-Net---National-NC-125-receiverby Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

WITH TRUMP NOW pandering to racial and sexual minorities, it looks like his Jewish handlers have somehow found a way to handle him. Now, whoever wins the presidential election, we will continue to have more of the same oligarchic policies and control. Under such circumstances, free communication between patriots becomes even more important.

Listen: Liberty Net 7/16

Here’s a small selection of the topics debated on this week’s net, as interpreted by me:

• Far too many conservatives are believing the Jewish/neocon anti-Russian rhetoric that is all over the controlled media these days, especially on Fox News. In reality, a war with Russia — the only large White nation not under the complete control of Jews — would be a brothers’ war, and a disaster of cosmic proportions, perhaps destroying our race forever. The Jewish oligarchs hate Russia with a passion, because that nation has checkmated those oligarchs again and again in recent years — preventing a war with Iran, preventing the destruction of Syria, and containing the puppet regime the oligarchs set up in Ukraine. (7 minutes)

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Liberty Net: May 28, 2016

by WB4AIO on 5 June, 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: October 20, 2012

by WB4AIO on 27 October, 2012

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THE KENNELLY-HEAVISIDE LAYER was back in fine shape this week and the Liberty Net had a marathon six-hour session as a result, with subjects ranging from the upcoming phony elections to the false flag attack on the Federal Reserve building.

Listen: Liberty Net 10/20

Here are a just few samples of what was debated on the net this session:

• Should the Liberty Net schedule an election-night special edition, to monitor for media skulduggery, lies, and possible unreported local fraud, violence, or intimidation? (18 minutes)

• Europe is starting to show signs of life, with the very welcome rise of the Golden Dawn in Greece, Jobbik in Hungary, and now the youth group Generation Identitaire in France. (33 minutes)

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Liberty Net: October 13, 2012

by WB4AIO on 20 October, 2012

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

A SOLAR STORM led to bizarre conditions this week on 75 meters, and some normally dominant Liberty Net stations could not hear each other — while others were even clearer than usual. Despite the ionosphere’s lack of coöperation, the net discussions were as powerful and educational as ever.

Listen: Liberty Net 10/13

Here are a few examples of what was brought forward — and debated — on the net this week:

• The major objections to Paul Ryan are not the latest phony “outrages” ballyhooed by the phony media — such as whether or not he was a hypocrite for requesting so-called “stimulus funds” stolen from honest people — but rather the indisputable fact that he is a warmonger and is totally owned by the Zionist lobby. (4 minutes)

• The mass-murdering transnational criminal organization that falsely calls itself the “Federal Government of the United States of America” has now officially declared the Salvadoran-American gang MS-13 to be a “transnational criminal organization.” Pot. Kettle. Black. (13 minutes)

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Liberty Net: October 6, 2012

by WB4AIO on 13 October, 2012

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

NO SPONSORS — no billionaires’ “think tank” subsidies — no ties to political parties — no banker-paid gatekeepers or editors — just real people and real, uncensored, free speech: That’s amateur radio’s historic Liberty Net, the longest-running discussion net on the amateur radio bands.

Listen: Liberty Net 10/6

Here are a few examples of what was discussed on the net this week:

• More dollars are created (out of thin air) by the banking system in a single year than Carl Sagan ever imagined there were galaxies in the universe. Is it any wonder that they are becoming worth less and less every day? More importantly, what gives banks the right to create money, anyway? (3 minutes)

• When the CIA/Mossad puppet was crushed in the recent election in the Republic of Georgia, guess what? Georgia immediately stopped supporting the illegal Washington regime’s planned attack on Iran. (51 minutes)

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Liberty Net: September 29, 2012

by WB4AIO on 6 October, 2012

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THE IONOSPHERE IS getting quieter and quieter as Fall progresses, and reception of the Liberty Net is getting clearer and clearer as a result. So put up that antenna, tune up your amplifier, check in this Saturday night, and let your voice be heard on the Liberty Net, amateur radio’s longest-running discussion net.

Listen: Liberty Net 9/29

Here are a few samples of the subjects brought up during the latest net session:

• As the founders warned us, representative government has one fatal flaw: If ever you allow the electorate to vote themselves largesse from the public treasury, it’s all over for freedom. (8 minutes)

• Another sign that “democracy” is a hoax in America is the fact that not one voter in ten is aware of the multiple billions we are taxed to send to dozens of foreign governments — especially Israel and corrupt regimes that have made “deals” with Israel. These outrageous giveaways aren’t issues in any election because both parties are bought and paid for by the Israel lobby. (16 minutes)

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Liberty Net: September 22, 2012

by WB4AIO on 29 September, 2012

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

ONE OF THE THINGS I like about the Liberty Net is that it transcends the conventional categories of “left” and “right,” “liberal” and “conservative.”

Both the right and the left are all about economics, which essentially boils down to who should plow the turnip field, who should plant and harvest the turnips, and how many turnips everyone should get: as if the ultimate meaning of our lives and societies is the production and consumption of turnips — or dollars; same thing. The Liberty Net addresses economic issues at times, to be sure, but it also speaks to fundamental issues of who we are and what our purpose on Earth should be. It is radical in the original meaning of that word, which is “to get to the root of things.” And that’s a very good thing.

Listen: Liberty Net 9/22

Here’s a sampling of the issues debated and discussed this time:

• Only morons could possibly believe the “Iran is dangerous because of its nuclear program” pro-war propaganda, almost all of which directly or indirectly emanates from the one extremely dangerous, aggressive nuclear power in the Middle East: Israel. (18 minutes)

• It’s very good to hear that not all conservatives are following the neocon warmongers when it comes to Iran. One radio station owner in the Midwest, who checks in occasionally to the Liberty Net, is openly calling for allowing Iran total freedom to develop nuclear weapons if it wants to. He believes that a balance of power in that region is far better for peace than the current nuclear monopoly. (37 minutes)

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Liberty Net: September 15, 2012

by WB4AIO on 22 September, 2012

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

AS WE SAY GOODBYE to Summer 2012, we can look back on a season of real success for the Liberty Net. Despite high static levels, storms, and high absorption on the band, more and more new stations continued to check in, the phone patch was very active, and the conversations were illuminating. And that success has been recognized by others: Recently the No Agenda Report (here and here) and the FRRL have run excerpts from, and articles on, the Liberty Net — thanks, guys!

Listen: Liberty Net 9/15

Here’s a little sample of the issues discussed during the latest meeting of the Net:

• So far this year 42 banks have failed — and failing isn’t easy when you can create money! (24 minutes)

• A previously unknown group calling itself “The Cutting Sword of Justice” has taken responsibility for the virus that attacked and destroyed workstations at the Saudi Aramco oil company. Such a claim certainly doesn’t rule out intelligence agency involvement — and the major intelligence agencies, especially the CIA and Mossad, are probably the greatest centers of murderous and criminal activity on this planet. (25 minutes)

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Liberty Net: August 4, 2012

by WB4AIO on 11 August, 2012

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

AFTER SEVERAL WEEKS of absence due to a power supply failure and subsequent parts requisition and repair, N2IRJ was finally able to rejoin the Liberty Net this week. Welcome back, Marty! Special thanks to Al, N2SAG, for his extra effort in keeping the conversation lively and on a high level despite the absence of Marty and the phone patch callers.

Listen: Liberty Net 8/4

Here’s a small sampling the many subjects brought up during this week’s Liberty Net:

• Up until recently, solar energy has required a prohibitively high investment. But subsidies have brought the costs down, and the payback time is now much shorter. Whether we approve of subsidies or not, it is a fact that those who take the plunge also greatly increase their independence. This week WD8PAV was the first high-power check-in to the Liberty Net using power obtained entirely from solar panels. (38 minutes)

• Cass Sunstein, who advocated creating a sort of “Ministry of Truth” to censor the Internet and specifically to punish writers who questioned the official 9/11 narrative, is leaving his position with the Washington regime. His replacement has Soros connections. (1 hour 8 minutes)

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Liberty Net: August 21, 2010

by WB4AIO on 27 August, 2010

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THE LIBERTY NET enjoyed good propagation and even more high-IQ debate and conversation than usual this week, and the uncensored ideas flowed freely in a way that you simply cannot experience in the corporate media.

Listen to or download the Liberty Net recorded August 21

Here’s a tiny sampling of the topics covered this week on amateur radio’s longest-running discussion net:

• Now that preparations are being made for starting a new war against yet another of Israel’s enemies, this time Iran, the controlled media and the regime in Washington are suddenly acting as if the Iraq War is over. But that isn’t true: The violence, terror, heartbreak, and death — both for the deluded American cannon fodder and the innocent Iraqis — is adding up more than ever. (28 minutes)

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