Liberty Net: December 10, 2011

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THE LIBERTY NET is an oasis of free speech for radio amateurs who care about the kind of world that our children will inherit. We don’t always come to the table — or go away from it — agreeing with each other. But we always come away with increased understanding — and a growing sense of community. And, as civilization declines and tyranny spreads, we’ll need plenty of both.

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Listen: Liberty Net 12/10

Here are some excerpts from this week’s discussion:

• A Black Georgia Congressman has recently claimed that merely stating in public that Obama has lied “will bring about a resurgence of the Ku Klux Klan.” (27 minutes)

• Would switching our nuclear power stations over to thorium reactors make them just as safe as conventional power plants? (1 hour 13 minutes)

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Liberty Net: December 3, 2011

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THE LIBERTY NET, if our download statistics are any indication, is becoming more and more popular, and that’s reflected in the many new amateur radio operators checking in and sharing their views.

Listen: Liberty Net 12/3

Below you’ll find a few samples of the ideas brought up this time on amateur radio’s longest-running issues-oriented net, on the air since 1974:

• Newt Gingrich seems to be getting a huge amount of unwarranted publicity from the billionaires’ media these days. Having been an indirect employee of the oligarchs for decades, there is little doubt where his loyalties lie — hence the publicity, and the likelihood that he will be the oligarchs’ “anointed one” for the Republican nomination. (18 minutes)

• Guess who a leading Jewish group excluded from their Republican debate? That’s right — Ron Paul, of course. They say he’s “too far outside the mainstream,” despite the fact that has trounced all the other candidates again and again in polls, debates, and money raised. (20 minutes)

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Liberty Net: November 26, 2011

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THE LIBERTY NET is rapidly becoming more and more well-known, and is taking advantage of Internet and studio-type technology in order to bring a maximum number of free voices to light in this increasingly dark age.

For 37 years, the net has provided a communications point for amateur radio operators who weren’t afraid to exercise their inherent rights of free speech and free thought.

Listen: Liberty Net 11/26

Here are a few of my notes from the most recent session of this amazing net:

• There is no reason not to simply tear up the government debt held by the Federal Reserve, unless we consider the continued enslavement of ourselves and our children to the bankers as the primary purpose of our society. (14 minutes)

• As police departments become more and more beholden to the regime in Washington, they behave more like political secret police than like the “officer friendly” of yesteryear. To protect our rights and freedoms, we need to constantly be aware of that fact. (21 minutes)

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Liberty Net: November 19, 2011

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THE LIBERTY NET just continues to grow and grow, and the session length is now routinely double what it was only a few months ago.

Listen: Liberty Net 11/19

Below you’ll find a small sample of the topics brought up this week on amateur radio’s most exciting net:

• Over 500 students in Detroit are now being sent to the “Harambee Center,” an Afro-centric school just constructed by the bankrupt city at the cost of millions of taxpayer dollars, much of which comes from White taxpayers. Although a financial ripoff, allowing ethnic groups like Detroit’s Blacks to have their own cultural institutions could be a first step toward separation and real self-determination. (23 minutes)

• A leak suggests that the Obama administration is considering eliminating testing as a requirement for public school promotion and graduation. This is insane, of course, but it is probably the only way that the racial achievement gap could be erased. (30 minutes)

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Liberty Net: October 8, 2011

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

ONE THING TO CONSIDER when checking in to the Liberty Net is the efficiency of your transmitting antenna. Commercial antenna solutions are usually inferior to home made wire antennas on 75 meters, and tall trees are your friend. Full size (even if the ends have to hang down vertically) dipoles and inverted vees, preferably 50 to 80 feet up at the feedpoint, do well, as do full size verticals or inverted Ls with elevated counterpoises or extensive radial systems.

This week we also welcomed Marty, N2IRJ back to the net after a too-long absence!

Listen: Liberty Net 10/8

Here are some of the ideas discussed this time on amateur radio’s longest-running and most exciting discussion net:

• Why has the CBS reporter who was the leading journalist covering the “Operation Fast and Furious” scandal suddenly been taken off the air and declared “unavailable” by her network bosses? (23 minutes)

• Why do the old media go out of their way, when describing flash mob attacks by Blacks on Whites, to avoid mentioning race — instead using such weasel words as “teenagers,” “youths,” and the like? (32 minutes)

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Liberty Net: October 1, 2011

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

AS THE IONOSPHERIC propagation improves — both from rising sunspot numbers and because of the change in seasons — checking in and listening to the most intellectually exciting discussion net on amateur radio, the Liberty Net, is easier and more pleasurable than ever.

Listen: Liberty Net 10/1

Here are some of the issues brought up this week on amateur radio’s best-known discussion net:

• With Ron Paul polling better against Obama than any other candidate, why are the billionaire-owned media almost universally failing to mention that fact? (10 minutes)

• Except for Paul, all of the current candidates are employees of the financial elite — and one of them, Herman Cain, was at one time a high official of the Federal Reserve System. (28 minutes)

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Liberty Net: September 3, 2011

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THE LIBERTY NET is unique. There is no other net on the amateur radio airwaves where participants discuss the news that the billionaires’ media refuse to cover, and which deals with the fundamental issues that will determine the future of our families — and our civilization — in the coming years.

Listen: Liberty Net 9/3

Here are some samples of the ideas discussed this time on amateur radio’s longest-running discussion net:

• How can the regime in Washington — which facilitates the debasement and counterfeiting of our money on an incalculable scale — dare to prosecute a man who did nothing more than sell honest, pure silver coins, which didn’t even faintly resemble the fake bankers’ tokens we are forced to use? And how dare they charge — and imprison — him for “terrorism” for doing so? (44 minutes)

• After bailing out the bankers with trillions of dollars, our rulers are now suing those very same bankers for billions, for their alleged role in the housing market meltdown. Is this just a prearranged deal to make it look like the regime is “doing something”? And will the taxpayers bail out the banks again so they can pay any damages assessed? (1 hour 14 minutes)

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Liberty Net: July 30, 2011

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

ONE INTERESTING THING about the Liberty Net is the convergence of “left” and “right” toward truth and consensus that often happens there — false political categorizations fall away between the hammer of debate and the anvil of facts.

Listen: Liberty Net 7/30

Here are some notes — just a small sampling, really — from the most recent session of the most exciting net on the amateur airwaves:

• A subpoena has now been issued to allow a typesetting and scanning expert to see the actual paper document that was allegedly the basis for the PDF “long form birth certificate” released on the White House Web site. (22 minutes)

• Two and a half billion dollars of US taxpayer money has been given recently to Afghan transportation companies, supposedly to “promote business” in that country, which has been devastated by the US invasion. It has now been revealed that a substantial portion of that money goes to 1) bribes to corrupt police and other officials of the US-installed puppet government there, and 2) directly to the Taliban, to “guarantee safe passage” of the trucks in question. (25 minutes)

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Liberty Net: July 23, 2011

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THE LIBERTY NET began in 1974 as a forum for the free discussion of important ideas for the future of our civilization — ideas that, even then, were subject to censorship by the self-appointed “gatekeepers” of the corporate media.

For 37 years, it’s provided a voice for amateur radio operators who weren’t afraid to exercise their inherent rights of free speech and free thought.

Listen: Liberty Net 7/23

Here are a few of my notes from the most recent session of this amazing net:

• Since the politicians and bankers have utterly bled their victims (that’s us) dry with their “debt” scam, there is now only one alternative open to all parties: default. But on what terms? The only just terms would be these: The politicians get lost and the bankers get arrested. (11 minutes)

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Liberty Net: July 16, 2011

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

IT’S AMAZING to listen to the Liberty Net — not just for the wealth of uncensored information that you and others can share there, but also for the decades-long friendships that the net has brought into being. It all started in 1974, making it the longest-running serious discussion net on the amateur airwaves.

Listen: Liberty Net 7/16

Here’s a brief summary of some of the topics covered this time on radio’s most exciting net:

• How can Barack Obama — who broke every promise he ever made about the economy; who broke every promise he ever made to end the wars; who broke every promise he ever made to poor people — still garner support from a third of the polled electorate? The answer: pure racial politics, which, like it or not, is the inevitable wave of the future.  (34 minutes)

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