Liberty Net: December 11, 2010

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THE LIBERTY NET must have hit a nerve where it really counts, because there were some attempts to jam it off the air this week. But those attempts were quite feeble, and even stations running 100 Watts to very modest antennas were able to communicate and add their comments to amateur radio’s longest-running discussion net.

Listen: 12/11 Liberty Net

Here are some of the topics touched on this time:

• We’ve all heard about the Wikileaks release of US diplomatic cables that show the criminality of the regime in Washington and the atrocities of its Middle Eastern wars. But, if you accept the “need for secrecy” argument, why was the regime so incompetent that its operatives failed to use the simple and inexpensive encryption programs that are widely available today? (9 minutes)

• The Richard Nixon Library has just released 265 hours of previously-secret Presidential tapes, which give fascinating insights into Nixon’s awareness of racial and ethnic differences — and of the Jewish/Zionist power structure, to which he had to kowtow while privately deploring. (23 minutes)

• Why were a Liberty Net participant’s notebooks and papers confiscated in Poland, only to be returned via diplomatic pouch in Prague? (35 minutes)

• If there had been a Wikileaks in 1941, could Roosevelt’s plans to get America into World War 2 have been foiled? Could Wikileaks have prevented the North Korean oil-for-nukes deal that stole billions from the American people? Could the Mossad and Neocon skulduggery that allowed 9/11 to happen have been stopped, and our disastrous Middle East wars prevented? (42 minutes)

• We hear a lot of talk about debt — British debt, American debt, Greek debt, and on and on — but the real truth is that the banksters created all that money out of nothing; so none of those countries owe the banks a single dime. All such debt should be repudiated. (1 hour 44 minutes)

• Is the Wikileaks affair the “Cyber-9/11” that the operatives of the regime in Washington are looking for, so they can institute the controls they have long wanted to exercise over the Internet? (1 hour 48 minutes)

• In Switzerland (where you’d least expect it), a private bank recently had to be sued by a customer in order for him to get the gold he had stored in his safety deposit box. It turns out the gold had been “loaned” by the bank without authorization, in a process very similar to what banks routinely do with everyone’s checking funds. The worst thing about safety deposit boxes, though, is that they are not secure from the ultimate thieves — the criminals who call themselves “lawmakers.” (2 hours 24 minutes)

• In New York City, they have not only instituted cameras to “catch” and fine people who choose not to slam on their brakes when a traffic light turns yellow, but they have shortened the yellow light duration to make fines — and accidents — more likely. Then they have the gall to enact a “crash tax” on everyone who has an accident, many of which they have made inevitable. (3 hours 4 minutes)

• In Detroit, which has become, genetically, a Third World city, certain areas are so out of control that the government is withdrawing police and fire protection from them, with utilities soon to follow. (3 hours 17 minutes)

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.

Join in or listen to the most exciting net on the amateur bands every Saturday night starting at 10PM Eastern Time. Recently the net has been meeting above 3960 kHz SSB to avoid DRM interference, but the frequency is flexible.

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

Listen: 12/11 Liberty Net