Liberty Net: October 1, 2011

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

AS THE IONOSPHERIC propagation improves — both from rising sunspot numbers and because of the change in seasons — checking in and listening to the most intellectually exciting discussion net on amateur radio, the Liberty Net, is easier and more pleasurable than ever.

Listen: Liberty Net 10/1

Here are some of the issues brought up this week on amateur radio’s best-known discussion net:

• With Ron Paul polling better against Obama than any other candidate, why are the billionaire-owned media almost universally failing to mention that fact? (10 minutes)

• Except for Paul, all of the current candidates are employees of the financial elite — and one of them, Herman Cain, was at one time a high official of the Federal Reserve System. (28 minutes)

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Liberty Net: September 24, 2011

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THE FIRST AUTUMN SESSION of the Liberty Net showed the promise of good propagation, low noise, and fine comradeship coupled with the free exchange of ideas that can remake our world.

Listen: Liberty Net 9/24

Here are some of the ideas debated this week on amateur radio’s longest-running discussion net:

• Why is there a near-total corporate media blackout on the Occupy Wall Street protests now going on? Could it be because both Left and Right have figured out where the real problem lies? (14 minutes)

• Is the near-immobility of 401K funds — you can’t quickly switch out of a falling stock in a few seconds, like you can in a self-directed IRA — something that was purposely designed into the system? (33 minutes)

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Liberty Net: September 17, 2011

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THE LIBERTY NET seems to get several new check-ins every week — so, even when regular participants are away temporarily, the discussions nevertheless continue to grow in breadth and depth. From economics and demographics to history and health, free thought reigns supreme — so please check in and add your voice to the exchange!

Listen: Liberty Net 9/17

Here are some of the ideas discussed this time on amateur radio’s most exciting net:

• More and more voices are calling for a new 9/11 investigation, and almost no intelligent person fully accepts the official story. But when a long-time Establishment hack like Bob Graham joins the call, one has to wonder — has he had an attack of conscience? — or does someone want to control and divert any new inquiry? (28 minutes)

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Liberty Net: September 10, 2011

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THE LIBERTY NET actually took place on 3950 kHz this time — for the first time in several years — and, ironically, this happened on the night we received the news of the death of one of the most egregious jammers in amateur radio history, WA9KJI. The discussions didn’t focus on negativity, though, and the ideas presented were original, wide-ranging, and at turns philosophical, political, and humorous.

Listen: Liberty Net 9/10

Here are some of the concepts brought forth and issues debated on amateur radio’s historic Liberty Net this week:

• The latest “stimulus” bill has nothing to do with boosting the economy, and everything to do with ruling by decree: No one will even be able to read the complete text of this pretended law until after it is passed. (44 minutes)

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Liberty Net: September 3, 2011

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THE LIBERTY NET is unique. There is no other net on the amateur radio airwaves where participants discuss the news that the billionaires’ media refuse to cover, and which deals with the fundamental issues that will determine the future of our families — and our civilization — in the coming years.

Listen: Liberty Net 9/3

Here are some samples of the ideas discussed this time on amateur radio’s longest-running discussion net:

• How can the regime in Washington — which facilitates the debasement and counterfeiting of our money on an incalculable scale — dare to prosecute a man who did nothing more than sell honest, pure silver coins, which didn’t even faintly resemble the fake bankers’ tokens we are forced to use? And how dare they charge — and imprison — him for “terrorism” for doing so? (44 minutes)

• After bailing out the bankers with trillions of dollars, our rulers are now suing those very same bankers for billions, for their alleged role in the housing market meltdown. Is this just a prearranged deal to make it look like the regime is “doing something”? And will the taxpayers bail out the banks again so they can pay any damages assessed? (1 hour 14 minutes)

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Liberty Net: August 27, 2011

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THE ARRIVAL OF HURRICANE Irene didn’t dampen the spirits of Liberty Net participants this week, and, surprisingly, the noise level was very low. I’d say that the conversations and debates were even more intense than the storm system that was swirling all around.

Listen: Liberty Net 8/27

Here are some samples of the topics discussed this time on amateur radio’s most exciting net:

• The FCC just recently withdrew its so-called Fairness Doctrine regulations, even though they were ruled unconstitutional about 25 years ago. Does the withdrawal set the stage for new regulations along the same lines? (20 minutes)

• Why has a new law been passed making it a federal crime for anyone who participated in the murder of Osama bin Laden to speak about it? And how dare they pretend that such an ex post facto law could possibly be constitutional? (25 minutes)

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Liberty Net: August 20, 2011

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THERE IS A CONVERGENCE of free political thought these days, as the hot knife of crisis cuts through the phony left-right / Republican-Democrat paradigm. As more and more people find themselves bled dry by the financial elite, the warmongers, and the vote-buyers, the old labels just don’t have much meaning anymore. Participate in the awakening by checking into the Liberty Net!

Listen: Liberty Net 8/20

Here’s a very brief summary of some of the topics discussed this time on amateur radio’s longest-running discussion net:

• Even when they try to depreciate their currency, as they did recently, the Swiss franc seems incapable of dropping much in value. This says something about the inherent quality of Swiss society and the Swiss people. (10 minutes)

• The FDIC has $19 billion in reserve to “insure” $4,400 billion in personal bank accounts. That’s like insuring a precious diamond ring with a $20 bill. (49 minutes)

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Liberty Net: August 13, 2011

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

EVEN THOSE WHO LISTEN to the Liberty Net starting from a hostile position eventually come around, because they start to understand that net participants are speaking from the heart, and from personal experience, and are not beholden to the criminal political parties or oligarchs that misrule us. In short, the Liberty Net is real.

Listen: Liberty Net 8/13

Here are some of the opinions and ideas debated this time on amateur radio’s most exciting net:

• Sony Pictures — which is run largely by the same crowd that runs the rest of Hollywood — has recently announced a movie which will show Obama’s “heroic” role in killing Osama. The projected release date? One month before the 2012 election. (22 minutes)

• Israel has perfected one of the slickest rackets around: Spend a few million dollars to fly a third of Congress on a junket to Israel — and get $10 billion of “aid” in return. Why should impoverished American taxpayers be forced to give money to the world’s richest ethnic group? (34 minutes)

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Liberty Net: August 6, 2011

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THIS ARCHIVE of Liberty Net discussions is not only a resource for us, as we try to make sense of our world despite the purposeful distortions of the mass media, but it is also a record of individual lives and thoughts — and of history in the making. This week there were attempts (which met with almost no success) to jam the Liberty Net, but such immoral and illegal acts do little more than show the anti-free-speech mentality of those responsible.

Listen: Liberty Net 8/6

Here’s a small sampling of opinions and ideas from the most recent session of amateur radio’s longest-running and most interesting discussion net:

• Watch out for some fireworks in the financial markets: As the rating of the regime’s debt tumbles, interest rates may be forced upward — and when that happens, debt service payments will multiply gigantically, and instantly. (20 minutes)

• The Black gang attacks now called “flash mobs” are not new, though they are increasing rapidly. Two decades ago, such feral behavior was called “wilding.” From 2002 to 2008 there were 13 documented flash mob attacks, but there have been over 90 since then. Though the attacks are almost exclusively Black on White, the controlled mass media are very reluctant to mention race. (27 minutes)

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