Liberty Net: July 17, 2010

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THE LIBERTY NET is one place on the radio dial where there are no government or commercial “gatekeepers” — and it’s a place where thoughtful and intelligent people are drawn — and therefore it’s one of the most informative and thought-provoking information sources anywhere.

Listen to or download the Liberty Net recorded July 17

Here are a few of this week’s topics:

• New York governor Patterson is apparently under attack by evil forces, because he’s decided to wear a “Kabballah bracelet” to ward them off. (The “Kabballah” is a form of medieval Jewish witchcraft that is enjoying a renaissance among the thoughtlessly trendy.) (38 minutes)

• Some prankster has arranged it so that if you enter “illuminati” spelled backwards, and add dot com, into your Internet browser, you will be redirected to the Web site of the National Security Agency. (42 minutes)

• Barack Obama is not an idiot, no matter how harmful his policies appear to be to his constituency: He is the quintessential blackmailable front man for the money power, with a “minority” cachet to provide a means to dehumanize any serious critics as “racists.” In this role he performs brilliantly. (1 hour 9 minutes)

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Liberty Net: June 5, 2010

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THIS WEEK’S Liberty Net was 99 per cent. clear of intentional interference, as the jammers folded up their tents in the face of innovative techniques for getting Net communications through.

Listen to or download the Liberty Net recorded June 5

The Liberty Net, on the air since 1974 and led by Net Control Station W1WCR, is one of amateur radio’s most venerable and historic nets — and it is surely the most intellectual and exciting.

Here are just a few of the highlights of this week’s discussions:

• The Bilderberger group — an organization for the management class of the oligarchy — met from June 4th through 7th in Spain, with the main agenda being how the current economic crisis can be used to impose “true world economic governance.” (6 minutes)

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