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Radio Free Northwest – November 11th 2010

In this podcast Mr. Covington talks about police and federal informers and agent provocateurs within the Movement, how to recognize them, and how to deal with them.

7 Comments


  1. Lucid
    Nov 11, 2010

    Harold,
    This broadcast was a good lesson to be taught. I personally feel that it should be common sense, but only a hand full of people seem to still have that these days… So until next week! 🙂


  2. Tina (AKA "gymnastic chick")
    Nov 11, 2010

    Thanks for yet another well-worth-listening-to broadcast that would even benefit the most seasoned skeptic.

    I had’nt given these matters much thought. Gee, I’d be a ranch hand’s breakfast!
    Like I said earlier on, I have a hard time competing against trickery and deception. I’m no dizzy chick or anything. It’s just that I don’t have a wicked mind. Unfortunately, it takes a con to know a con. I come from an honest family, and I am used to doing things the honest way. Though it’s never too late to become “security-conscious,” as you put it. There’s a healthy balance.

    Awesome songs, by the way!

    Tina.


  3. TheStrangeMage
    Nov 11, 2010

    Tina, there’s nothing wrong with thinking good security. I worked in R&D areas of various companies like Hewlett-Packard and such, high tech industries where I literally had to sign a paper saying I would not talk about anything I saw for three years. One of my favorite signs in the R&D area was a big sign saying “security” spelled out “sec-U-R-IT-y.” You don’t need to be an intel operative to know how to practice good security and there’s nothing sleazy or “con” bout it. Remember the old saying “Loose lips sink ships,” very very true. It has nothing to do with coming from an “honest” background of fine upstanding moral folks. That’s a wonderful terrific thing but you don’t need to be a paranoriac with a wicked mind and a prison record to keep an eye out and have good security.

    Even years later when I had been reduced to working at Walmart for my daily bread because of the jewish economy, I spied a coworker making keys on the key machine late at night with no customers around. I mentioned it to management and it turned out they were trying to dupe supervisor keyes that they had been intrusted with since all the management skeedaddled after 11pm and the night supervisor liked to sit in the breakroom and watch TV. While a thief might be able to catch a thief, the saying that it takes a thief to catch a thief is a very wrong assumption.


  4. Steve
    Nov 11, 2010

    I’ve run into the sorts that HAC refers to.. the “talk too much about illegal ideas crowd”. Usually they are one of two classes.. one is the brought up in rebel circles type (high school no consequences mentality) that thinks it’s fully acceptable to yap about every way to get around the system. These kinds can outgrow it, especially when they get married and have a family and their priorities change. The other types are frustrated adult people whose outrage at the massive evils around us overflows their self control and common sense. I have to say that having known both types, they are not bad people, they simply possess a lack of self control and personal discipline. Some can overcome that, some can;t

    Loved the music, too!


  5. Tina (AKA "gymnastic chick")
    Nov 12, 2010

    TheStrangeMage, thank you for explaining this and for debunking the “It takes a con to know a con” myth. It makes me feel a lot better about honing my con detector.

    Also, thank you for sharing your experiences. I am sorry to hear that the economy forced you to step down from HP’s R&D to a Walmart job. Glad you had the strenght to maintain your cool and the courage to go on.

    On a more general note, great to see so much activity on this blog. I try to read each and everyone of y’all’s posts whenever I have a moment of time. It helps me organize my thoughts and keep things in perspective.

    Tina.


  6. Wally
    Nov 14, 2010

    Great broadcast. Lots of good advice and very informative.


  7. Joe C.
    Nov 14, 2010

    I think that one of the positive aspects of these broadcasts is the repetition. Especially “the character issue.” Although this issue has been brought up by many over the years, nobody has really given it a descriptive term.

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