Liberty Net: May 23, 2015

Liberty-Net---Continental_amplifierby Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

PEOPLE WHO figure things out for themselves — who, instead of “choosing a side” based on birth or proximity or wanting to be on “the winning side” or “the side of good”; who actually study issues and concepts from the ground up and make a decision based on logic, observation, and science — are extremely rare. I’ve been privileged to met several such folks on the Liberty Net.

Listen: Liberty Net 5/23

Here’s my take on some of the topics discussed and debated on the Liberty Net this session:

• The world’s largest banks have just admitted to some of history’s largest-ever financial crimes, which involved rigging international foreign currency exchange rates, but — surprise, surprise — not a single person is going to jail. (32 minutes)

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Liberty Net: May 16, 2015

Liberty-Net---microphone-posterby Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

NOW THAT the weather is warmer, but still not oppressively hot, it’s a good time to work on your antenna system. Forget commercial multiband verticals — virtually none of them provide a good signal on 75 meters. Instead, make yourself a home-made full-size 75 meter wire antenna — dipole, inverted L, or vertical. One of my favorite antennas is what I call the WB4AIO Inverted L Marconi: It’s 150 feet of wire in an inverted L configuration, fed at the base. It can be oriented 40 feet vertical and 110 feet horizontal, or, if you have more height, 70 feet vertical and 80 feet horizontal — or anywhere in between. It will work almost the same either way. Elevate the base 7 to 8 feet above the ground, and use just two to four elevated radials. Efficiency and performance will be excellent on 160, 75, and 40, with a nearly omnidirectional pattern. The antenna will also work well on 20 through 10, but the pattern will be complex. You can use a simple L-network tuner at the base, or feed with open wire line and two current baluns as I do, and tune right in your shack. Write to me using the contact form on this site if you want to know more.

Listen: Liberty Net 5/16

Here’s my interpretation of some of the ideas brought forward on the Liberty Net this week:

• Since the voting system is permanently broken in this country, locking out any meaningful change, direct action will become the political expression of the future. (20 minutes)

• The so-called Trans-Pacific Partnership, which will open the floodgates to massive Asian immigration, is another treasonous betrayal of the American people. (23 minutes)

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Liberty Net: May 9, 2015

Liberty-Net---Agfa-cassetteby Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

ONE OF THE RULES in the Liberty Net chat/discussion room is “be civil” and another is “no personal attacks on net participants.” Recently, one or two individuals have violated these rules, in one case by impersonating another operator. Be aware that this kind of behavior (or any attempt to impede the discussion or dominate the room) is not going to be tolerated, and may result in a ban on your computer from checking in to the chat.

Listen: Liberty Net 5/9

Here’s my slant on a few of the concepts and events discussed on the net’s session this week:

• The controlled media, especially the fake “conservatives” at Fox News, are fawning all over arch-terrorist and murderer Benjamin Netanyahu, which the rest of the world sees for the evil monster that he really is. (13 minutes)

• Hillary Clinton is trying to gain the presidency by facilitating the genocide of our race: She has just promised to instantly legalize all the Mestizo illegal invaders by executive fiat. (25 minutes)

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Liberty Net: May 2, 2015

1430663958-Welcome To the Liberty Net. O T Aby Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

REMEMBER that the Liberty Net is a long-term institution — an integral part of amateur radio since 1974 — serving the public interest, convenience, and necessity through the free exchange of ideas and information that is so rare in today’s world of censorship and “Political Correctness.”

Listen: Liberty Net 5/2

Here’s my brief summary of, and comments on, a few of the ideas and events brought up on the net’s session this week:

• When a nun wanted to come to America from the Middle East to discuss the problems faced by Christians there, she was denied entry. I wonder if any Jewish spokesman from Israel has ever been refused entry in recent years. (5 minutes)

• Race trumps nationality every time: The ability of the Old America, and Switzerland, to have a high level of culture and civilization — and the failure of the Mestizo world to do anywhere near the same — proves that it is race, not culture, religion, or language that matters most. (16 minutes)

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Liberty Net: April 25, 2015

Liberty-Net---Hammarlund_HQ-120by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

NOW THAT the weather has warmed up, thunderstorm static has once again become a factor on 75 meters — making high, full-size, efficient antennas more important than ever for “getting through.” Short, low antennas can be all right for receiving — but they’re not capable of doing well on transmitting, no matter what the ad copy tells you.

Listen: Liberty Net 4/25

Here’s my brief summary of, and comments upon, a few of the ideas brought up on the net this week:

• People who put any trust whatsoever in the Republican party to do anything positive for our people are wasting their time, wasting their lives, and must have been asleep since at least the Civil War. (23 minutes)

• The puppet regime in Kiev is receiving more high-tech weapons of death and destruction than ever from the regime in Washington, in order to slaughter their own people — yet the controlled media utter not a peep of protest. (27 minutes)

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Liberty Net: April 18, 2015

frgby Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

IF YOU listen regularly to the Liberty Net, you should already have heard the new pyramid antenna being used at N2IRJ. It’s not a commercially-made antenna, but a homebrew broadband dual inverted vee (shaped much like a pyramid, hence the name) with the elements — cut for around 3600 and 3900 kHz respectively — at right angles to each other. The main secret to its good performance is height: keeping the ends at 15 feet or more, and the center at 55 feet plus, keeps the efficiency up where it should be. We’d have made the antenna even higher if we could, but tree height was the limiting factor.

Listen: Liberty Net 4/18

Here’s my abbreviated digest of, and comments on, the ideas brought up on the net this session:

• When liberty is lost, it is often when the System — and the masses — most stridently declare that “we are free.” (23 minutes)

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Liberty Net: April 11, 2015

Liberty-Net---militant-Libertyby Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

I’M SORRY that this article is late this week, but antenna construction — for a new Liberty Net antenna — took up much of my Liberty Net time this week. Nothing is more important from the standpoint of being heard than the efficiency and radiation pattern of your transmitting antenna, so it was time well spent — expect to hear the results on the air soon.

Listen: Liberty Net 4/11

Here’s my small selection from, and commentary about, some of the discussions taking place on the net this week:

• One of the best writers on the subject of liberty — and religion and “democracy” too — is the great H.L. Mencken. Look him up, start reading, and both broaden and deepen your understanding. (29 minutes)

• The same corrupters that are genociding White people in Europe and America are now working on Japan — the company that controls Miss Universe pageants has now named a half-Japanese half-Congoid female as “Miss Universe Japan.” (58 minutes)

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Liberty Net: April 4, 2015

Liberty-Net---mixing-consoleby Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THERE’S NO DOUBT about it: The Liberty Net is one of the few places anywhere on the airwaves where you can get refreshing, open, and incisive discussion of issues and events — sans the usual taboos and political correctness imposed by the ethnically distinct billionaires who own and control the major media.

Listen: Liberty Net 4/4

Here’s my small selection from, and commentary about, some of the discussions taking place on the net this week:

• A new telephone scam is making the rounds — the victims, many of them older, are called and told the call is from the IRS and that they can pay off their “tax debt” right now by using a debit or credit card over the phone. As bad as it is, the scale of these scammers is nothing compared to that of QVC and the Home Shopping Network, who tailor their pitches to the lonely and elderly by presenting their salespeople as substitute “friends.” (15 minutes)

• It’s good to see growing anti-Islamic-invasion movements developing all over the White world. But it’s disappointing when some of these organizations fail to note the central Jewish role in opening the gates to Muslims. (20 minutes)

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Liberty Net: March 28, 2015

dancing_knobsby Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

WITH DIANNE FEINSTEIN threatening to criminalize the reading or downloading of “unapproved” information on the Internet, it’s good for all of us to cultivate alternative means of communication — among which we amateurs should definitely count the Liberty Net.

Listen: Liberty Net 3/28

Here’s a small selection from, and commentary about, some of the discussions taking place this week:

• Was there a Muslim or Jewish connection to the intentional airliner crash by Lubitz? The claims of a Muslim connection are based on the speculations of a single Internet commenter. Lubitz is a common Jewish name in the area where he lives. But there seems to be no political motivation here. A romantic breakup coupled with perverse and unfocused hatred (against Gentiles in general?) seem to be the main culprits. (5 minutes)

• Duck Duck Go has awarded $100,000 in prizes for the four best privacy-enhancing software for this year: 1) EFF Privacy Badger browser addon; 2) GPG Tools Privacy Suite; 3) Freedom of the Press Foundation’s Secure Drop; and 4) Riseup’s Tails operating system. (10 minutes)

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Liberty Net: March 21, 2015

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

A FALLING tree limb knocked out N2IRJ’s beverage receiving antenna for a few hours last Saturday, but the high sensitivity of Marty’s Flex 5000A made reception possible nevertheless (though signals were mostly below the AGC threshold). This is the sort of thing that happens from time to time to all stations, and it’s a good argument for having a backup for every single function at your station.

Listen: Liberty Net 3/21

Here’s my selection from, and commentary on, some of the topics discussed on the net this week:

• There is a new top level domain name series (as in “dot com” and “dot net”) available for purchase — but this one is “dot sucks”. If you are willing to part with as much as $2500, you too can take a crude cheap shot at someone or something you don’t like. (13 minutes)

• House Speaker John Boehner is taking a trip to Israel, where all of his true loyalties evidently lie. Millions of Americans hope he stays there. (24 minutes)

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