Liberty Net: January 22, 2011

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THERE WAS AN AMAZING debate this week between long-time Liberty Net participants and some neoconservatives who checked into the net at about the three hour point. The neocons support the regime in Washington and the so-called “war on terror,” and oppose any dissenting views on the Middle East or 9/11. When the sparks flew between the opposing parties, the frank words that ensued were very interesting indeed.

Listen: Liberty Net 1/22

Here’s a small selection of the topics discussed this time on amateur radio’s longest-running discussion net:

• Why is the Bank of America now demanding that all its employees and contractors hand over a list of — and control over — all their assets as a condition of employment? (30 minutes)

• In Oakland, California — which is 90% non-White — a second grade teacher was recently suspended for asking students to disrobe and to engage in oral intercourse in the classroom. (35 minutes)

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Liberty Net: January 15, 2011

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

CRUSHED BY MANY FEET of snow this severe New Jersey winter, N2IRJ’s low-noise receiving antenna nevertheless continues to perform, bringing us this week’s Liberty Net recording with almost perfect reception despite variable — and at times very long — skip, and even a few attempts at malicious interference.

Listen: Liberty Net 1/15

Here’s a small sample of the issues discussed this time on amateur radio’s most historic discussion net:

• The mortgage crisis that crashed the economy is one of the most gigantic frauds in human history. Why is it, then, that almost no one amongst the fraudsters has gone to jail? (40 minutes)

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Liberty Net: January 8, 2011

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

AS SUNSPOTS SLOWLY rise, and noise levels remain low, reception on the Liberty Net gets better and better — but, due to increased crowding caused by the BBC’s extremely annoying DRM digital hash, some frequency flexibility is required: This time the net began on 3953 kHz and ended up on 3967.

Listen: 1/8 Liberty Net

Here’s a small sample of the issues discussed this time on amateur radio’s longest-running discussion net:

• The State Department will no longer list one’s “father and mother” on passports — that’s too redolent of normal sexuality, apparently. Instead, it will list “parent 1” and “parent 2.” (26 minutes)

• The Washington regime has decided that millions of your tax dollars are to be spent for free legal representation for illegal immigrants who have “diminished mental capacities.” They’ll have no difficulties in finding such people, since the average Mestizo invader has an IQ of 89, just 4 points above the Black average. (30 minutes)

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Martin Luther King Broadcast Causes Controversy

School board member and radio station manager attacked by ADL, receives death threats for MLK commentary

by Kevin Strom

A GUEST EDITORIAL — based largely on my exposé of Martin Luther King — has been airing on Greeley, Colorado’s KELS-FM twice daily in the days leading up to the federal MLK holiday, and the sparks are flying as the Usual Suspects try to get the truth off the air — and punish the man responsible for the broadcast.

Brett Reese (pictured), who is a school board member and director of the local school district, runs Greeley’s KELS 104.7. He says he regularly broadcasts guest editorials from listeners if their facts check out. And, he adds, in this case the facts did check out when he looked into them: “Martin Luther King, Junior” is an assumed name; King had numerous and intimate connections to high-level agents of the Communist Party; King misappropriated funds contributed to his “religious” charity and spent them on prostitutes and drunken orgies; and King was a plagiarist who cheated to obtain his PhD. You can listen to the editorial by clicking the link below.

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Liberty Net: January 1, 2011

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THE NEW YEAR’S EDITION of the Liberty Net was an excellent way to bring in 2011 and explore the important ideas that the billionaires’ media purposely suppress. The December snowstorm lowered signal levels on N2IRJ’s Beverage antenna, but reception was still good.

Listen: 1/1 Liberty Net

Here are a few of the ideas presented this time on amateur radio’s most exciting net:

• Is a crash of the dollar inevitable? Will the Washington regime’s huge debt be repudiated? (38 minutes)

• The current Washington plan is to inflate away at least 50 per cent. of Social Security’s value in the next few years — and that’s actually optimistic. (1 hour 30 minutes)

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Liberty Net: December 25, 2010

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THE YULETIDE EDITION of the Liberty Net was an informal one, as the whole net was run in the friendly roundtable mode. The heavens blessed the net, too — at least as far as propagation was concerned!

Listen: 12/25 Liberty Net

Here’s a small sample of the issues discussed on this week’s session of amateur radio’s most significant net:

• All sane and ethical people want to protect the environment, but that’s no excuse for empowering Washington criminals to be our eco-dictators. Now the criminals have decided to ban incandescent lamps for all area lighting. This means that those who need true color rendition, or those for whom the lack of a true white spectrum can negatively affect their mood, or those with failing eyesight will simply be out of luck. (15 minutes)

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