Liberty Net: June 30, 2012

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

HEAT-WAVE-INDUCED power failures swept across the Middle Atlantic this week, but backup systems in place kept the Liberty Net over-the-air and Internet presence strong nevertheless. On a typical net night, there are at least two streams active from two separate stations which are also active on the air, with yet a third station making a backup recording.

Listen: Liberty Net 6/30

Here are some excerpts from this week’s session of the net:

• When talking about the federal monster, it’s very important to remember to use the accurate description “the regime in Washington” instead of any phrase that might imply that the de facto government there is legal, legitimate, reformable, or in any way a continuation of the government of the founders. Calling it “the Obama regime” is also inappropriate because 1) it implies that the oligarchs’ errand boy is actually in charge, and 2) it obscures the fact that the tyranny we live under is many decades old and persists no matter which party won the last phony election. (24 minutes)

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Liberty Net: July 31, 2010

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

CONDITIONS were excellent this week on the Liberty Net, and so were the conversations. Check-ins spanned the entire eastern half of North America. Here are just a few of the highlights from this week’s most exciting net on the amateur radio bands:

Download or listen to the Liberty Net recorded July 31

• Obama made a recent statement on “The View” that most Blacks in America are “mongrels.” If a White person had made such a statement, the media would have gone into overdrive and there likely would have been rioting in the streets. (12 minutes)

• Maxine Waters can be properly described as the Communist representative from California, now that she has openly stated that all businesses should be seized by the government. (24 minutes)

• Why are the bank failure announcements always made late on Friday? — in hopes that they will no longer be “news” by Monday? So far, despite the “happy talk” from the regime in Washington, the bank failure rate is almost twice as high this year than in 2009. (26 minutes)

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Liberty Net: June 26, 2010

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

SOME VERY DEEP analysis of world events was heard this week on amateur radio’s most exciting net, the Liberty Net — along with strong dissenting views. Intentional interference was almost entirely absent, as the jammer identified during the last net session has apparently slunk away in shame.

Listen to or download the Liberty Net recorded June 26

Here is a small sampling of what you’ll hear on this week’s recording (the times given are when the subject was brought up, timed from the beginning of the recording):

• An 86-year-old woman was recently tasered in her bed by a police-uniformed thug who didn’t like her “attitude.” Is such evil a consequence of the brutalization of our young men, caused by ordering them to commit atrocities in the Middle East? (3 hours 50 minutes)

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Liberty Net for Week of April 10-17

Our ancestors sought to "secure the blessings of Liberty" for their descendants. They did not have the illusion, common today, that widely divergent peoples could practice, desire, or even understand freedom.

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

PROPAGATION for this week’s Liberty Net began well but went very long later in the evening, making some normally big signals fade — but N2IRJ’s low-noise antenna brought most participants’ signals in with good intelligibility nevertheless. The Liberty Net — one of the oldest and certainly the most exciting net in amateur radio — is on the air every Saturday night at 10PM Eastern Time on (or near, within roughly 10 kHz) 3950 kHz.

Listen to or download this week's Liberty Net

Here is just a tiny sample of the highlights from this week’s edition of the longest-running discussion net in amateur radio:

• Was the entire Polish government killed because they weren’t going along with the New World Order boys? (6 minutes)

• Obama was soundly booed when he threw baseball’s ceremonial “first pitch” this week. (21 minutes)

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Liberty Net for Week of February 13-20

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THE LIBERTY NET was attacked by multiple jammers this week — stations purposely transmitting sound effects and unidentified rude remarks and obscenities — but, despite all the efforts of the would-be censors, the Net participants brought off one of the most interesting and thought-provoking discussions yet.

Listen to or download this week's Liberty Net

Jammers are less effective than ever, because listeners have multiple ways of hearing the Net these days: They can listen on their own receivers, or, by logging in to N2SAG’s Stickam site, listen to N2SAG’s or KC0OW’s receivers (or others that are sometimes available), or tune in via N2IRJ’s feed which is also recorded and archived here. With multiple receivers hundreds of miles apart — some with steerable-null antenna arrays — it’s possible to minimize any intentional interference. Furthermore, N2SAG is building an e-list of monitoring stations which he’ll be coordinating when the jammers are on the air. Using triangulation and propagation clues, along with the technical and behavior “signatures” of the jammers, many will be identified and removed from the air. Listen to the Net for more details.

The Liberty Net is the longest-running current events discussion net on amateur radio, and is one of the most venerable gatherings of amateurs on the air. It’s a bastion of free speech and free inquiry. Here are just a few of the topics discussed this week:

• It’s crazy for people to state, as some media “conservatives” have, that they “miss Bush.” Obama is just Bush on steroids. You can’t cure out-of-control spending and borrowing with more out-of-control spending and borrowing. (21 minutes)

• The SPLC probably won’t be making an anti-White cause celebre out of the shooter at the University of Alabama: she is Jewish and the SPLC, though it pretends otherwise, is not objective in such matters. Gun bans at universities, by the way, make it almost impossible to stop such crazies. (27 minutes)

• Goldman Sachs has colluded with corrupt elements in the Greek government to conceal the true extent of that government’s debt, in a scam that could devastate the European Union. (47 minutes)

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