Liberty Net: August 30, 2014

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by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

IN IRAN, in Syria, and in Ukraine, the Zionist/banker warmongers are constantly propagandizing us to go to war, almost always for specious reasons. Currently, Russia is being falsely painted as an enemy. False flag events are staged to convince us to catch “war fever.” One of the greatest things about the Liberty Net is the fact that many participants are connected to alternative news and information sources which are outside of the Washington regime’s propagandasphere. There is also a diversity of opinion on the net, allowing the listener or participant to make up his own mind after enjoying the interplay of ideas.

Listen: Liberty Net 8/30

Here is my abbreviated selection of the concepts and issues debated and discussed this time:

• In Lynn, Massachusetts, the public schools are required to accept as “students” Third World illegal immigrants whose ages are not allowed to be verified. This not only results in racial mixing, but the subjection of middle school White girls to the advances of, say, Guatemalan or Somali fully adult males. (12 minutes)

• The vicious beating, by a gang of Blacks shouting racial epithets, of a White former marine (who was a stranger to them) in a restaurant parking lot in West Point, Mississippi has gone almost totally unreported in the controlled media. The local police chief says, incredibly, that this was not a hate crime. (13 minutes)

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Liberty Net: August 23, 2014

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by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

ONE OF THE things that makes the Liberty Net unique is the ability to experience not only the ideas of those who participate, as one might by reading a blog posting or online forum, but also get a feel for the character and feelings of the man or woman who’s speaking by hearing his or her voice when interacting with others. It’s the most immersive social network you’re likely to find — and it’s very educational, too.

Listen: Liberty Net 8/23

Here is a selection of the ideas brought forth during this week’s Liberty Net:

• The Ivory Coast, along with South Africa, Liberia, Guinea, and other African countries have closed their borders in an effort to stop the spread of the Ebola virus. If they can do it, why can’t we? (14 minutes)

• One of the reasons US police departments are becoming so thuggish and militarized is the police “training” and “cooperation” agreements the Washington regime has signed with Israel, whose treatment of the Palestinians is known for its ferocity and brutality. (24 minutes)

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Liberty Net: August 16, 2014

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by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

WE ARE saddened to hear of the lung-cancer-related death of long-time Liberty Net participant Mike DeWoody, ex-N3GVA, in Maryland this week. (Mike, left, is shown in a 2010 photo above with WB4AIO.)

Mike was known for his calm on-the-air demeanor and brilliant wit during some of the most intense jamming and other attacks on the Net that took place in the 1990s and early 2000s. He was a peaceful, sensitive, and deeply intellectual man who could make a powerful and moving statement with just a few quiet words. He would often surprise you with the utter reasonableness and philosophical validity with which he presented radical and paradigm-shifting ideas. Mike turned in his license to the FCC in protest against the Washington regime’s intrusive, tyrannical, and anti-American behavior.

Years ago, Mike had a near-death experience which made him confident that death was not the end, and he faced his final hours with peace, with his long-time girlfriend and life partner Quincy by his side. Wherever you are, Mike, hail and farewell until we meet again.

Listen: Liberty Net 8/16

Here is a selection of the ideas debated during this week’s Liberty Net:

• The protests and looting in Ferguson, Missouri are partly an expression of outrage against the killing of a Black man by a White policeman — but the deaths of the over 500 Blacks killed in Chicago, almost entirely by other Blacks — including 52 in a single weekend — pass with very little notice. (17 minutes)

• A new app called SketchFactor crowdsources crime and violence reports to help travellers avoid dangerous areas. Naturally, it’s been called “racist” since almost all “sketchy” areas are populated by Blacks and Mestizos. A Washington, DC television station sent a crew into a “sketchy” neighborhood to interview residents about how they felt about the designation — and the TV crew’s van promptly had its lock popped and expensive equipment was stolen. (18 minutes)

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Liberty Net: June 9, 2012

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

HOW DOES amateur radio serve the public interest?

We all know about technical education, emergency communications, and experimentation — but an ever-increasing number of radio amateurs are realizing just how valuable it is when it provides the means to bypass the billionaires’ controlled media and lets us find out about — and share — what is really happening in our own communities and around the world.

Listen: Liberty Net 6/9

Here are a just few of the highlights from this week’s conversation:

• Stocks have been a zero-sum game for a decade — real estate is a disaster — government debt is of ever more questionable value — and currencies are being purposely debauched. It seems that the only people who have come out ahead in recent years are crooked bankers who got bailed out (and can create money out of thin air anyway), and holders of precious metals. (12 minutes)

• We must sadly report the death of writer and economist Bob Chapman of the International Forecaster this week. He was a graduate of Northeastern University and was very active in the education of our people on financial and political matters since the 1960s, writing for the American Mercury and many other publications, and was often quoted on the Liberty Net. (36 minutes)

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Liberty Net: September 4, 2010

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

SUNSPOT NUMBERS are inching up and so are radio conditions — and so is the number of check-ins to amateur radio’s Liberty Net. Net Control Station W1WCR presided over an excellent session this week, which included a lot of focus on personal liberty versus the growing police state here in the USSA.

Listen to or download the Liberty Net recorded September 4

Here’s a tiny sampling selected from the many items discussed this week on amateur radio’s best discussion net:

• Was the major bank failure in Afghanistan the result of that country being forced to adopt the most corrupt and criminal banking system in the world — that of the United States? (7 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.

Listen to or download the Liberty Net recorded July 24

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

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