Liberty Net: July 30, 2011

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

ONE INTERESTING THING about the Liberty Net is the convergence of “left” and “right” toward truth and consensus that often happens there — false political categorizations fall away between the hammer of debate and the anvil of facts.

Listen: Liberty Net 7/30

Here are some notes — just a small sampling, really — from the most recent session of the most exciting net on the amateur airwaves:

• A subpoena has now been issued to allow a typesetting and scanning expert to see the actual paper document that was allegedly the basis for the PDF “long form birth certificate” released on the White House Web site. (22 minutes)

• Two and a half billion dollars of US taxpayer money has been given recently to Afghan transportation companies, supposedly to “promote business” in that country, which has been devastated by the US invasion. It has now been revealed that a substantial portion of that money goes to 1) bribes to corrupt police and other officials of the US-installed puppet government there, and 2) directly to the Taliban, to “guarantee safe passage” of the trucks in question. (25 minutes)

• In one Arizona town, the mayor and other town officials have been arrested, and de facto martial law imposed, because the officials were “disrespectful to the police.” (1 hour 44 minutes)

• He may not have his hand inside his vest, like a lunatic who thinks he’s Napoleon, but Obama is crazy to think he can open up four new war fronts when we’re bankrupt and already couldn’t afford the two wars we were already losing. (1 hour 50 minutes)

• Will a foreign-controlled bankruptcy trustee committee be formed soon to force the transfer of American assets to the bankers, now that the regime in Washington has run out of credit? (2 hours 10 minutes)

• Just as W1WCR predicted, the credit rating of the Washington regime has now been downgraded. The very fact that a nation’s credit rating is so crucial is proof in itself that such a nation is actually ruled by the banks. (2 hours 16 minutes)

• Debt rollover is nothing new. It occurs like clockwork under the debt-slavery system we currently endure, and the markets have factored it into their rise and fall for decades now. What is new, though, is the conversion of our population into one of Third World genetic quality, making the debt service more and more difficult because such a population is far less productive. (2 hours 28 minutes)

• Just as customary rights of way can override land titles, so also the law of Adverse Possession is giving some squatters the right to own the bank-abandoned houses that they have occupied. (2 hours 35 minutes)

• One way electronic engineers control a device’s power consumption is by controlling its duty cycle. We could also reduce public expenses by cutting back the government’s duty cycle — 100% is way too high anyway! (2 hours 45 minutes)

Don’t be shy — check in to amateur radio’s historic Liberty Net, established in 1974, every Saturday night — on some clear frequency near (usually above) 3950 kHz SSB starting at 10PM Eastern Time. Recently the net has been meeting near 3980 to avoid interference; we have to be flexible. And check out our Internet feeds which can help you copy and communicate with weak stations.

Kudos and thanks go to Vic, W1WCR, for his decades of hard work for free speech and amateur radio!

Listen: Liberty Net 7/30