Liberty Net: March 9, 2013

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by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE listen to the Liberty Net each week — in fact, the downloads of net recordings alone justify those numbers, to which must be added those who check in and listen live on the air, via Ustream, and via https://3950.net/live . The net is the longest-running current events discussion net ever on the air, and you’re encouraged to make your voice heard by checking in this Saturday night.

Listen: Liberty Net 3/9

Here’s a selection of some of the ideas put forth for discussion and debate during this week’s session of the Liberty Net:

• When you have two criminal parties running your government, gridlock and “inability to get things done” are good things. (12 minutes)

• You heard it here first, many months ago: A Republican “SuperPAC” has been formed, with the billionaire oligarchs’ money behind it, to purge the Republican party of anyone who opposes the Mestizo invasion of the United States. (14 minutes)

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Liberty Net: March 2, 2013

To win, abandon the system

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THE PUBLISHER of a disaster preparation handbook checked into the Liberty Net this week to get information on the net’s operations for inclusion in his book — stating that in a disaster situation the net might be the only way for some people to get accurate information. We appreciate the interest — keep on spreading the word!

Listen: Liberty Net 3/2

Here’s a selection of some of the commentary and questions put forth during this week’s Liberty Net session:

• Cheap-labor-exploiting Republicans and banker-owned Democrats are united in demanding the legalization of the Mestizo invasion of the United States — and whenever these gangs of criminals are united, you know it’s bad for us. (15 minutes)

• The doctrine of human equality is a preposterous — and murderous — doctrine, and absolutely incompatible with freedom and self-determination. It truly is as Richard Cotten once said: “Free men are not equal; and equal men are not free.” (31 minutes)

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