Liberty Net: March 23, 2013

Liberty Net - McMurdo-Silverby Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

AS THE SNOW starts to melt and the static levels rise, it’s a good time to upgrade your antenna and your signal on the always very competitive 75 meter band. Remember, a high and clear antenna is much more important than the amount of power you run. Put up that full size antenna, and get it up fifty feet or more and in the clear! When you check into the Liberty Net with a “killer” signal, all the net participants will thank you.

Listen: Liberty Net 3/23

Here’s a small selection of the topics that were brought up for debate during this week’s Liberty Net:

• Once again, it was Russia trying to prevent the bankers and their governments from stealing the money of bank depositors, this time in Cyprus. The conflict between Russia and the criminal oligarchs is worldwide in scope and goes far beyond Cyprus. Expect more anti-Russian propaganda from Fox News and the other oligarch-controlled media outlets. Ultimately, the American saps may be ordered to bomb and murder innocent Russians. Let’s hope they wise up before that happens. (11 minutes)

• Why is the regime in Washington trying to monopolize the purchase of ammunition, to the point where individuals are finding the store shelves bare? What do the regime’s agencies — even ones not normally involved in arms at all — intend to do with literally billions of rounds each? (18 minutes)

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Liberty Net: March 16, 2013

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by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THERE ARE SO MANY check-ins to the Liberty Net each week that a little bit of patience might be required, at least for the first couple of rounds, as you wait for your turn. The Net Control Station, Vic, W1WCR, will check you in and place you into a first-come first-served list. Then, each station in turn is called and invited to introduce topics or make comments on topics introduced by others. Several hours into the net, Vic will usually announce the beginning of the more informal “roundtable mode,” during which free-swinging discussions often ensue.

Listen: Liberty Net 3/16

Here are a few of the topics that were brought up for consideration during this week’s Liberty Net:

• Why is Abraham Lincoln being promoted so intensely by the controlled media lately? He brazenly violated the Constitution, wantonly killed hundreds of thousands of innocent Americans who only wanted independence, arrested and imprisoned legislators he thought were about to “vote wrongly,” and greatly empowered the cancerous, illegal federal monster in Washington. (16 minutes)

• A huge and growing percentage of the population is now connected to some kind of government money stream, whether it be Social Security that we’ve paid into, disability, “grants,” outright welfare, or numberless programs most of us aren’t even aware of — so much so that many believe the System will soon become unsustainable. The really ominous thing is the large number of productive White people who are now effectively “on strike” and refuse to support a system they don’t believe in anymore. (28 minutes)

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Liberty Net: March 9, 2013

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by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE listen to the Liberty Net each week — in fact, the downloads of net recordings alone justify those numbers, to which must be added those who check in and listen live on the air, via Ustream, and via . The net is the longest-running current events discussion net ever on the air, and you’re encouraged to make your voice heard by checking in this Saturday night.

Listen: Liberty Net 3/9

Here’s a selection of some of the ideas put forth for discussion and debate during this week’s session of the Liberty Net:

• When you have two criminal parties running your government, gridlock and “inability to get things done” are good things. (12 minutes)

• You heard it here first, many months ago: A Republican “SuperPAC” has been formed, with the billionaire oligarchs’ money behind it, to purge the Republican party of anyone who opposes the Mestizo invasion of the United States. (14 minutes)

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