Liberty Net: January 8, 2011

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

AS SUNSPOTS SLOWLY rise, and noise levels remain low, reception on the Liberty Net gets better and better — but, due to increased crowding caused by the BBC’s extremely annoying DRM digital hash, some frequency flexibility is required: This time the net began on 3953 kHz and ended up on 3967.

Listen: 1/8 Liberty Net

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

• The State Department will no longer list one’s “father and mother” on passports — that’s too redolent of normal sexuality, apparently. Instead, it will list “parent 1” and “parent 2.” (26 minutes)

• The Washington regime has decided that millions of your tax dollars are to be spent for free legal representation for illegal immigrants who have “diminished mental capacities.” They’ll have no difficulties in finding such people, since the average Mestizo invader has an IQ of 89, just 4 points above the Black average. (30 minutes)

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Liberty Net: October 2, 2010

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

SHORTWAVE RADIO PROPAGATION went very long during this week’s Liberty Net, despite the higher sunspot numbers, but noise was extremely low and almost all stations, even the low power ones, were heard clearly. Remember, if you can’t listen to the Liberty Net on or near 3950 kHz on Saturday nights at 10PM Eastern time, you can listen any time right here on https://3950.net.  You can even download the file for listening on your personal mp3 player.

Listen: 10/2 Liberty Net

Here are a few topics covered this time on amateur radio’s Saturday night institution, the Liberty Net, on the air since 1974:

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Liberty Net: August 14, 2010

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THE LIBERTY NET MUST HAVE hit a nerve with those who hate free speech this week, since a malicious jammer wasted a great deal of his time trying — and failing — to stop all discussion. Frequency agility and concentrating on the more powerful stations on the net were key factors. Sadly, children shouldn’t listen to this week’s recording, because the jammer used unbelievably filthy language. The good news is that — like last time — several leads were provided to identify the malefactor.

Listen to or download the Liberty Net recorded August 14

Here are a few of the topics discussed this week on amateur radio’s most exciting net:

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Liberty Net for Week of February 6-13

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THIS WEEK the longest-running current events discussion net on Amateur Radio, the weekly Liberty Net, took place on its 3950 kHz LSB nominal frequency — though most weeks, interference, some of it intentional, forces the Net to be frequency-agile, usually within 10 kHz or less. Here are a few highlights from the free-swinging discussions that took place:

Listen to or download this week's Liberty Net

• Obama has now publicly stated that Americans “should not be questioning” his citizenship. (25 minutes)

• Armed Haitian gangs continue to terrorize the island, including one attack on a UN aid convoy. Similar attacks take place regularly in sub-Saharan Africa and in areas of the U.S. where Haitians have immigrated in significant numbers. Also, cock-fighting and Voodoo remain strong presences on the island, as is the folk belief in the “Loup garou,” the possessed who kidnap and eat children; many accused of being “Loup garous” have been killed. (In France, the “Loup garou” is an old myth, like vampires are to us — but millions of Haitians not only believe in such things, but kill to “protect themselves” from them.) (27 minutes)

• Why did the power structure which got the boobs whipped up to pull the levers for Obama pick such a person, whose background and even citizenship is highly questionable? Answer: he is blackmailable. The power structure always wants a back-door way to get rid of its puppets in case they get out of control, and Obama is no exception. (52 minutes)

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