Liberty Net: May 19, 2012

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

SELDOM DOES ONE get a chance to directly participate in significant dialogue and debate about the future of our civilization with truly aware and articulate men and women in today’s world. Most every “public debate” is carefully and expertly controlled to prevent you from thinking along channels not approved in advance by the oligarchs. But the weekly uncensored Liberty Net is a shining exception.

Listen: Liberty Net 5/19

Here are some of the ideas brought forth during this week’s session:

• The demise of Eastman Kodak — what is left of its corpse is now firmly in Chinese hands — is symptomatic of the looting of American manufacturing assets by Wall Street, usurers, and foreign interests. (8 minutes)

• Vic, W1WCR, the Net Control Station for the Liberty Net, was a regular correspondent of radio innovator Harold Beverage, who not only heard the Titanic’s distress call 100 years ago and invented the Beverage antenna, but whose ability to mathematically analyze antenna systems in the days before computers was nothing short of amazing. (10 minutes)

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