Liberty Net for Week of February 27 – March 6

The upside down flag is an internationally recognized symbol of distress. It is an appropriate symbol for the crisis now engulfing American society. Intelligent amateur radio operators discuss that crisis every Saturday night on the Liberty Net -- within 10 kHz or so of 3950 SSB, starting at 10PM Eastern Time.

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

TERRIFIC STORMS knocked out Net Control Station W1WCR’s main antenna system and propagation was poor, but the Liberty Net — amateur radio’s historic free speech net of four decades’ standing — continued as usual with more mind-expanding information than can ever be found on the commercial broadcasting bands. In fact, the Liberty Net alone is enough to justify the effort and expense of purchasing a shortwave radio and setting up an antenna system. And when the criminals in Congress are eventually ordered to shut down or censor the Internet, shortwave radio may well be the only way to freely communicate over wide areas.

Thanks to Marty, N2IRJ, you’re able to listen to the Liberty Net right now on your computer — or download the file and listen on your portable mp3 player. And N2SAG operates a live feed and chat during Net times that lets you make an end run around jammers and a fickle ionosphere.

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Here are just a few of the many subjects of discussion and debate on this week’s Liberty Net recording:

• The census department’s so-called “American Community Survey” is intrusive and unconstitutional. The supreme law calls only for enumeration, nothing more. Americans are right to refuse to answer. (31 minutes)

• A Compton, California fraternity supposedly held a “ghetto party” and the usual suspects wrung their hands and cried “racism.” But, it turns out, a Black comedian with a sense of humor about his own people’s foibles was behind the whole affair. (46 minutes)

• A grassroots movement called “Unplug the Signal” asks the question: Are we being manipulated by the media to accept the elite’s “change” agenda through a false Hegelian dialectic — and visceral fear? (57 minutes)

• Why do neither the Democrats nor the Republicans have an industrial policy for this country? All we have are industries frantically re-domiciling outside the U.S. in an effort to escape the regulation- and tax-mad Washington regime. We should send a research team to Switzerland to see how they succeed in attracting industry: they have a population with high intelligence and genetic quality which leads to good schools, a clean environment, low taxes and regulations, and exceptionally clean and safe cities. (1 hour 30 minutes)

• A huge percentage of the so-called “stimulus” money goes directly to an unintelligent underclass which immediately spends it on landfill-bound Chinese junk at Wal-Mart or the equivalent — effectively a subsidy of the Chinese regime by American taxpayers. (1 hour 31 minutes)

• “Conservative” hucksters are trying to get viewers to buy the Iraqi occupation government’s “dinars” in hopes of making a killing once the war is over. It’s far more likely that the value of the occupiers’ paper will quickly trend to zero once the invaders leave. (1 hour 36 minutes)

• The NAACP has given an award to self-described Communist Van Jones, calling him “an American treasure” and “the most misunderstood man” in this country. (1 hour 56 minutes)

• Historically, numerous African tribal kingdoms captured members of other tribes — or their own undesirables — and stored them in barracks near the coast to facilitate easy access and higher sales to slave traders. (2 hours 0 minutes)

• Should the scientists who falsified data to support governmental climate change “solutions” be prosecuted? (3 hours o minutes)

Even though the storms in New Hampshire caused W1WCR’s main antenna support to come down, his array of verticals was not damaged. Propagation for short and medium distances was poor, but the long skip brought a check-in from Panama. It’s worth listening through the tough spots and the weaker signals to get the interesting and uncensored content.

Remember that the Liberty Net is a free speech discussion net. No one, myself and the regular participants included, agrees with everything said by everyone there — that would be absurd and impossible. Any licensed amateur station who brings courtesy and proper operating to the frequency is welcome to participate.

This week’s recording is 3 hours 54 minutes in length and about 80 Megabytes in size. The discussion portion of the Net begins at about the 22 minute mark. Listen to the Liberty Net every Saturday night — within 10 kHz or so of 3950 SSB, starting at 10PM Eastern Time.

Our thanks go to W1WCR for his hard work and courage in keeping an important part of the amateur radio service alive since 1974!

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