Liberty Net: February 18, 2012

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

EVERY WEEK, the amateurs who participate in the Liberty Net get a chance to discuss issues of importance outside of the sandbox of the controlled media. Of course, one can do that on the Internet too, but the Liberty Net doesn’t depend on servers and backbones that can sometimes fail — or be shut down. And one can experience the true personalities and voices, and honest feelings, of real people — in a way that typing on a message board just can’t match.

Listen: Liberty Net 2/18

Here’s my selection of a few topics that were brought up during this week’s Liberty Net session:

• When Greece lost the ability to control its own money supply — giving that power to the bankers when it joined the misnamed “European Union” — it also lost its freedom. Now is the time for Greece, and all nations, to shake off the bankers’ shackles. (12 minutes)

• How can enforcers for the regime in Washington charge someone in a foreign country with a crime, merely for linking to material on his Web site that is in the public domain in that country? Easy. The DC regime has decided it can charge and extradite you in that situation as long as you are using a “dot-com” domain name. (18 minutes)

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