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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Liberty Net: November 20, 2010

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

RADIO CONDITIONS were unsettled this week, but N2IRJ’s superb low-noise receiving setup allowed excellent copy of almost all stations on the latest session of the Liberty Net, and there were a large number of new stations checking in as the word spreads about the most exciting net on amateur radio. Since the BBC’s DRM transmission has been wiping out the area around 3950 kHz (why can’t the broadcasters move to 90 meters and leave 75 meters alone?), the net has been favoring 3966 kHz.

Listen: 11/20 Liberty Net

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

• We hear an amazing firsthand account of W8LDW’s recent experiences with “airport security” and the TSA, who are criminally violating our constitutional rights with their so-called “enhanced security” procedures. These blue-shirted, gold-badged bureaucrats treat Americans as “animals to be contained and caged and poked and prodded and irradiated.” (25 minutes)

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Liberty Net: November 13, 2010

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THE IONOSPHERE is still acting strangely as we transition into Winter conditions, but the sharing of brilliant insights and suppressed news continued at a high pace on this week’s Liberty Net. The DRM digital audio transmissions from Britain on 3955 — which effectively wipe out 3949 to 3964 kHz for hours — continue, so the net used a frequency a bit outside of its normal range this time: 3966 kHz.

Listen: 11/13 Liberty Net

Here’s a sample of the ideas brought forth this time on amateur radio’s longest-running discussion net:

• As countries (like the US and China) race to devalue their own currencies to gain a temporary trade advantage, bankers rake in profits from the easy money (that they create) and, as always, individuals and families find their wealth evaporating. (29 minutes)

• The insanely punitive estate tax that Washington is about to impose is causing many productive and intelligent people to simply leave the country — and who can blame them? No one wants his life’s work to feed the illegal regime in Washington and all its genocidal programs. (36 minutes)

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Liberty Net: November 6, 2010

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

SUNSPOTS ARE UP, but our hemisphere gets less and less exposure to them as Winter approaches, making for some strange propagation, with the 75 meter skip going long, then short, and then long again. Some of the stronger Liberty Net regulars were down in strength this week, while a few of the western stations came in much better than usual. The ideas were as varied as the signal strengths, as listeners heard reports from as far afield as Havana and China as well as from a Rand Paul victory celebration in Kentucky.

Listen: 11/6 Liberty Net

Here are a just a few of the topics covered this time on amateur radio’s most consistently intelligent and exciting net:

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Liberty Net: October 30, 2010

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THE DEBATE on this week’s Liberty Net was far more exciting than any sports contest or drama you could see on television, and the novel ideas exploded from all directions and illuminated the ionosphere — and our minds — in three dimensions. There was a small amount of rather pathetic jamming, and it looks like some of the noise the net encountered was from a Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM) broadcast transmission from Europe. Net communications weren’t impaired for long, however. (It would be an improvement if European broadcasters went to 90 meters and left 75 meters to amateurs.)

Listen: 10/30 Liberty Net

Here’s a minuscule sample of what you can hear on this week’s recording:

• A wise man once said “When Congress is adjourned, the nation is safe.” (40 minutes)

• If there’s a worldwide economic slump, why is German unemployment at a 30-year low? And Switzerland is doing even better. Could it be the higher genetic quality of those populations? (45 minutes)

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Liberty Net: October 23, 2010

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

SINCE W1WCR could not be on the air at opening time — 10PM Saturday — as usual, N2IRJ became acting Net Control Station for the Liberty Net this week. The conversation was intense and the ideas expressed were sometimes at a level rarely rivaled even in the most free-thinking academies of the Western world. There were some solemn moments as the life and friendship of a late supporter of the net, Bob Glisch, were remembered.

Listen: 10/23 Liberty Net

Here are a just a few of the topics covered this time on amateur radio’s most exciting net:

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Liberty Net: October 16, 2010

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THE LIBERTY NET is a gathering of thoughtful, philosophical minds and well-informed sources every week, and this time was no exception — and noise was so low that even the weakest signals were perfectly understandable. Warm up your radios every Saturday night and join in the discussion on or near 3950 kHz SSB at 10PM Eastern Time.

Listen: 10/16 Liberty Net

Here are some examples of the real free speech and free thought the Liberty Net is famous for:

• Now that US taxpayers are paying millions to bring Hamas refugees here, maybe it’s time to rethink our immigration and foreign policies. By angering — and then importing — Muslims, we are essentially jamming a stick into a beehive, and then gathering the angry bees and bringing them into our homes. (56 minutes)

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Liberty Net: October 9, 2010

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

LOW STATIC LEVELS and rising sunspot numbers created a 75 meter band that was a real pleasure to listen to during this week’s Liberty Net, and the free flow of uncensored ideas and information was an excellent stimulant for those still capable of independent thought.

Listen: 10/9 Liberty Net

Here are a few topics covered this time on the most exciting net on the amateur radio bands, the Liberty Net, on the air since 1974:

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