Liberty Net: June 18, 2016

Liberty-Net---R390A-VU-meterby Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

WITH THE VICTORY of Brexit in Britain (really a proxy for opposition to the non-White invasion), we can all be encouraged: The oligarchs can’t always get what they want, and a relatively small group of volunteer activists, with all the forces of Jewish power and finance against them, can still make history.

Listen: Liberty Net 6/18

Here are a few of the ideas brought up on this week’s Liberty Net, along with my comments:

• Perhaps a good use for all of those decommissioned Voice of America transmitters would be to broadcast a constantly-updated catalogue of crimes committed by Islamic invaders. (9 minutes)

• There were plenty of warnings about Omar Mateen, and the authorities were well aware of him. So what does his killing spree tell us about the much-touted “safety” of our surveillance society? Looks like we gave up our freedom and privacy for nothing. Much better just to stop slaughtering Middle Easterners for Israel — and stop importing them into our nations. (14 minutes)

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Liberty Net: December 12, 2015

Liberty-Net---radio-announcerby Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THIS SUNSPOT cycle is giving us some very odd 75 meter propagation recently, with the band often going quite long right around Liberty Net opening time, with stations closer than 400 miles or so becoming very weak. Very commonly the band will recover somewhat after an hour or two, though, so all is not lost. Patience and excellent antennas pay radio benefits when the Kennelly-Heaviside layer is uncooperative!

Listen: Liberty Net 12/12

Here’s my short summary of — and comment on — a very few of the issues discussed during this week’s net session:

• Latvia has developed a new anti-cancer treatment, based on the use of a virus that attacks cancer cells only. The name of the therapy is Rigvir. (37 minutes)

• A family of three invaders can now be paid over $9,000 to leave Norway. Several hundred have taken them up on the offer. But this is not enough. Norway — with its low population, less than that of New York City — cannot survive any non-White invaders whatsoever. (42 minutes)

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Liberty Net: December 5, 2015

Liberty-Net---wall-of-audioby Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

EVEN THOUGH we are theoretically far from the sunspot minimum, the 75 meter band is sometimes acting as if we are already there. So get out your bows and arrows and potato guns and giant slingshots — and get those antennas as high and in the clear as you can. And check in to the Liberty Net with a solid, high power signal.

Listen: Liberty Net 12/5

Here’s a short summary of — and comment on — a few of the issues discussed during this week’s net session:

• Quite a number of European broadcast stations have invaded the upper part of 75 meters, and even beyond. All over the eastern half of the US, one can hear Germany on 3985 and 3995, and Italy way out of band at 4026 kHz. Luckily the German station on 3995, where the Liberty Net customarily operates, is pretty weak. (3 minutes)

• It appears that the neighbors of the San Bernardino shooters saw multiple Middle Eastern men going in and out of the home at odd hours, carrying equipment in and out (which turned out later to be bomb-making materials and booby traps). The neighbor never told anyone, though — for fear of being called a “racist.” Political Correctness kills. (22 minutes)

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Liberty Net: November 3, 2012

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THIS WEEK there were two Liberty Net sessions instead of one: A special election-night watch was on the air Tuesday.

We’re still waiting to hear from stalwart net participant Al, N2SAG, as communication (and presumably power) at his Long Island QTH still has not been restored. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Al. UPDATE: Al was on the air 11/10 and is well, despite enduring many days of hardship. Welcome back, Al!

And, right after power was finally restored at N2IRJ after Hurricane Sandy struck, a huge Nor’easter slammed into the area and took down the power grid again, taking Marty and the phone patch off the air once more. Marty’s Beverage antenna was also severely damaged by the storms, and his transmitting antenna feedline was brought down by heavy snow.

Listen: Liberty Net 11/3

Here’s a small selection of what was discussed on the net this week:

• The regime in Washington has absolutely insane policies regarding Middle Easterners: One the one hand, it’s virtually forbidden to criticize the Muslim invasion of the United States (they even have a scare word for it; “Islamophobia”). But on the other hand we’re murdering — literally burning alive — many thousands of innocent Muslims who stayed in their home countries and minded their own business. And at the same time, yet another Middle Eastern group — the Jews — controls a major part of what used to be our financial, media, and political establishments. (18 minutes)

• Want more proof that both political parties are controlled by the same bosses? Just look at the fact that the vast majority of those who vote for either party want an end to mass immigration, yet it’s open borders we get — open wider every year — no matter whether Democrats or Republicans are nominally in power. (30 minutes)

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Liberty Net: September 29, 2012

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THE IONOSPHERE IS getting quieter and quieter as Fall progresses, and reception of the Liberty Net is getting clearer and clearer as a result. So put up that antenna, tune up your amplifier, check in this Saturday night, and let your voice be heard on the Liberty Net, amateur radio’s longest-running discussion net.

Listen: Liberty Net 9/29

Here are a few samples of the subjects brought up during the latest net session:

• As the founders warned us, representative government has one fatal flaw: If ever you allow the electorate to vote themselves largesse from the public treasury, it’s all over for freedom. (8 minutes)

• Another sign that “democracy” is a hoax in America is the fact that not one voter in ten is aware of the multiple billions we are taxed to send to dozens of foreign governments — especially Israel and corrupt regimes that have made “deals” with Israel. These outrageous giveaways aren’t issues in any election because both parties are bought and paid for by the Israel lobby. (16 minutes)

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Liberty Net: September 22, 2012

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

ONE OF THE THINGS I like about the Liberty Net is that it transcends the conventional categories of “left” and “right,” “liberal” and “conservative.”

Both the right and the left are all about economics, which essentially boils down to who should plow the turnip field, who should plant and harvest the turnips, and how many turnips everyone should get: as if the ultimate meaning of our lives and societies is the production and consumption of turnips — or dollars; same thing. The Liberty Net addresses economic issues at times, to be sure, but it also speaks to fundamental issues of who we are and what our purpose on Earth should be. It is radical in the original meaning of that word, which is “to get to the root of things.” And that’s a very good thing.

Listen: Liberty Net 9/22

Here’s a sampling of the issues debated and discussed this time:

• Only morons could possibly believe the “Iran is dangerous because of its nuclear program” pro-war propaganda, almost all of which directly or indirectly emanates from the one extremely dangerous, aggressive nuclear power in the Middle East: Israel. (18 minutes)

• It’s very good to hear that not all conservatives are following the neocon warmongers when it comes to Iran. One radio station owner in the Midwest, who checks in occasionally to the Liberty Net, is openly calling for allowing Iran total freedom to develop nuclear weapons if it wants to. He believes that a balance of power in that region is far better for peace than the current nuclear monopoly. (37 minutes)

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Liberty Net: September 15, 2012

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

AS WE SAY GOODBYE to Summer 2012, we can look back on a season of real success for the Liberty Net. Despite high static levels, storms, and high absorption on the band, more and more new stations continued to check in, the phone patch was very active, and the conversations were illuminating. And that success has been recognized by others: Recently the No Agenda Report (here and here) and the FRRL have run excerpts from, and articles on, the Liberty Net — thanks, guys!

Listen: Liberty Net 9/15

Here’s a little sample of the issues discussed during the latest meeting of the Net:

• So far this year 42 banks have failed — and failing isn’t easy when you can create money! (24 minutes)

• A previously unknown group calling itself “The Cutting Sword of Justice” has taken responsibility for the virus that attacked and destroyed workstations at the Saudi Aramco oil company. Such a claim certainly doesn’t rule out intelligence agency involvement — and the major intelligence agencies, especially the CIA and Mossad, are probably the greatest centers of murderous and criminal activity on this planet. (25 minutes)

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Liberty Net: April 23, 2011

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

N2IRJ’s W1WCR-DESIGNED Beverage antenna was back in action during the latest Liberty Net, and, if the increased check-ins of new stations are any indication, it seems that more and more people are discovering, enjoying, and participating in the longest-running discussion net on the amateur radio airwaves.

Listen: Liberty Net 4/23

Here are just a few of the subjects brought up and debated this week:

• To restore the American economy, massive numbers of useless or oppressive government employees must be let go; and our disastrous wars for Israel in the Mideast must be ended, and our troops withdrawn. But how will we keep these people out of the unemployment lines? It’s simple: Use our troops to expel the Mestizo invaders and then have them keep our southern border secure — millions of jobs will then become available for our own people. (23 minutes)

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Liberty Net: April 16, 2011

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

A HUGE RAIN AND WIND storm enveloped eastern North America on Saturday, sent static into the ionosphere, and knocked down antennas — including N2IRJ’s low-noise Beverage. But back-ups were brought into play within an hour and the longest-running discussion net on amateur radio — the Liberty Net — brought its hallmark intellectual excitement to the airwaves in excellent form.

Listen: Liberty Net 4/16

Here’s a small sampling of some of the subjects brought up this time:

• In Chicago’s schools, students are now forbidden to bring lunches from home. Unless they have medical exemptions, students must buy government-provided lunches — brown bags from home will be confiscated. (18 minutes)

• Why is the regime in Washington spending $20 million on a Pakistani version of Sesame Street? Since the US version of the show was a pioneer in brainwashing children to accept multiracialism, the reason for the funding is doubtlessly to push some kind of propaganda. (1 hour 16 minutes)

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Liberty Net: April 9, 2011

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

SUMMERTIME STATIC came crashing in early this year, but W1WCR and N2IRJ — through their extraordinary antenna technology — were able to copy all but the weakest check-ins to the latest Liberty Net. And, as the ionosphere heats up, so does the discussion of important issues that are covered up or distorted in the public media.

Listen: Liberty Net 4/9

Here are just a few of the topics discussed and debated during the latest session of the longest-running discussion net on the amateur radio airwaves:

• When radiation levels rise to unsafe levels, what’s a government to do? Just raise the legal definition of “safe,” that’s what — and, magically, everyone’s out of danger. (18 minutes)

• The Black race huckster, the “Reverend” Al Sharpton, is millions of dollars in arrears for federal taxes. Most White folks, especially patriot-oriented White folks, would be in jail in similar circumstances. So, what did Obama do with regard to the “Reverend”? He spoke at one of his conferences — and gave him a $1.5 million tax break. (45 minutes)

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