Liberty Net: December 18, 2010

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

BEHIND THE SCENES, a sting operation was successful in outing one of the 75 meter jammers who have plagued the Liberty Net in the past, and we hope that fear of future consequences will keep him and his fellow miscreants off the air permanently. There were quite a few new callsigns heard on the Liberty Net this week, and the frequency was almost interference free.

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

• What have our armed services become today? They are flooded with huge numbers of Blacks looking for an alternative to crime and welfare (they even use violent “rap” music to work up these new-type soldiers to a frenzy before sending them off on killing assignments in the Mideast); they are now recruiting Muslims and other Third World immigrants on a massive scale; and soon they will be openly welcoming homosexuals. The US armed services have become the mercenaries of an evil multicultural empire, and conservatives should stop regarding them with their accustomed, and wildly inappropriate, reverence. (9 minutes)

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Liberty Net: December 11, 2010

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THE LIBERTY NET must have hit a nerve where it really counts, because there were some attempts to jam it off the air this week. But those attempts were quite feeble, and even stations running 100 Watts to very modest antennas were able to communicate and add their comments to amateur radio’s longest-running discussion net.

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Here are some of the topics touched on this time:

• We’ve all heard about the Wikileaks release of US diplomatic cables that show the criminality of the regime in Washington and the atrocities of its Middle Eastern wars. But, if you accept the “need for secrecy” argument, why was the regime so incompetent that its operatives failed to use the simple and inexpensive encryption programs that are widely available today? (9 minutes)

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Liberty Net: November 27, 2010

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THE CONTINUING ANNOYANCE of DRM transmissions from the BBC means that the weekly Saturday night Liberty Net is meeting a little higher up the band than usual, this week on 3969 kHz. But participants are getting used to the change, since check-ins were numerous despite ionospheric disturbances that made close-in stations fade at times.

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Here’s an abbreviated list of the issues debated and discussed this time on amateur radio’s most venerable discussion net:

• A Spanish woman has now officially registered the Sun as her personal property. She claims that the international law which prohibits ownership of our home star by any government does not apply to individuals, and she will soon be charging all “Sun users” a fee, of which she will generously keep only 10 per cent. (1 hour 6 minutes)

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Liberty Net: August 28, 2010

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

CONDITIONS were excellent and the longest-running discussion net on amateur radio, the Liberty Net, did itself proud once again with in-depth discussions and debate about the political, social, and economic issues that will determine the future of our civilization.

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Here’s a small sample of the items discussed this week on amateur radio’s most exciting net:

• A four-year-old girl was running a lemonade stand in front of her house — until the “authorities” descended upon her, shutting her down for not having the required permits, paying taxes, and filling out the requisite forms. The “officers” who participated in this outrage would have refused to obey such orders — if they had had a single molecule of integrity. (9 minutes)

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Liberty Net: August 7, 2010

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THERE WERE some propagation anomalies that affected the Liberty Net this week, but check-ins these days are from so many different areas that the conversation and debate is always vibrant — whether the skip is short or long.

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Here are just a few of the topics discussed on the Liberty Net this week:

• A recent viral email presents the stark difference between thriving, civilized Detroit and A-bomb-devastated Hiroshima 65 years ago — and today’s thriving, beautiful Hiroshima and African-devastated Detroit. See and particularly (38 minutes)

• In an under-reported environmental disaster, a bizarre extreme cold front has caused large numbers of wildlife deaths in Argentina and Bolivia. (1 hour 17 minutes)

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Liberty Net: July 24, 2010

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

WITH TOPICS ranging from the Kennedy assassination to our burgeoning police/”national security” state, the Liberty Net maintained its free speech traditions this week, and listening to the mp3 recording of the net will provide insights that you simply can’t get anywhere else.

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Here are just a few of the subjects covered in this week’s recording:

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Liberty Net: July 10, 2010

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THE LIBERTY NET is the most exciting — and one of the most venerable — nets on the amateur radio bands today.

Emceed by published author Vic Misek, W1WCR, it’s on the air every Saturday night at 10PM Eastern Time on or around 3950 kHz SSB — usually within 10 kHz.

Propagation was generally good this week, and jamming was absent (though Summer static was a bit of a problem), making for excellent dialogue and information sharing.

Listen to or download the Liberty Net recorded  July 10″]

Here are a few of the subjects discussed on this week’s net:

• What should the American attitude be to Muslims? Should we be friendly to those who mind their own business and stay in their home nations, while firmly resisting any Muslim migration to the US? Or should we do as we are now doing, and happily welcome Muslim invaders to our shores — while making unremitting war on the innocent Muslims who stay at home in their own countries? (18 minutes)

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