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California is getting rid of Ham radio repeaters;

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From Jim Stone:

HUGE NEWS: CALIFORNIA IS ATTEMPTING TO GET RID OF HAM RADIO REPEATERS ON PUBLIC PROPERTY
Ham radio repeaters are needed by ham radio operators to carry their signals a greater distance when they can't get a good bounce, which is quite frequently. The repeaters were put in decades ago and have served as a last line of emergency communication when all other systems fail. If california wants these repeaters gone, it is a clear sign something is up. The excuse of the bureaucracy is that it is an outdated tech that should be abandoned. However, it is perfectly obvious that it is NOT an outdated tech, and that the real reason is so the state can have a monopoly on communications and information when they cause TSHTF.


What do you do when you are planning to get hostile? Obviously you cut all communications you cannot easily contro or monitor
Cell phones and internet are not a threat, because they can be censored easily. The big question is what big breakthrough did they have with cell phones and internet that ensures they can both be perfectly censored when needed? It probably has something to do with a Google AI.

The state has said the repeaters can remain IF the people who control them pay rent to the state for the land they are on, which will obviously be priced so high there's no option other than to shut it all down. They can't charge rent on public property where the repeaters have been so the base excuse for getting rid of the repeaters, which were not costing them anything anyway, is B.S. - this is a communications shutdown and nothing less.

Comments on Twitter pretty much sum it up:
"When they go after comm's it is the beginning."

HAM operators have been God send in natural disasters, by using their networks to keep info flowing.


Not wanting to be cynical ish, but in a governmental disaster, they could be deemed too effective, so by taking out repeaters, it's like Twitter/FB censoring….let that sink in.
Your 'rulers' literally remove life saving survival equipment right before they decide to put you in a do or die situation
Wow. The situation in California is starting to sound very scary…and fishy. Ham Radio is obviously still a benefit to those who use it. Almost like they don't want CA citizens to be able to communicate…
They start cutting off the power. Take away forms of communication. Sounds like things are getting a bit suspicious in the communist state of California.
My comment: Obviously something screwy is going on with this. Interesting it is that this came up right after a ban on a popular and inexpensive ($25) hand held HAM radio with a 30 mile range. I guess that was too good, What next? Ban CB radio?

I was wrong about the reason why PG&E cut the power
Last year, California's lawmakers pushed through legislation that held utilities accountable for all fires "they" create. However, in July, governor Newsom created a $21 billion fund to cover for damages caused by power related fires. I did not know that, which subsequently means that PG&E cut the power for purely manipulative reasons, as many people suspected. This is a correction to yesterday's report, where I sided with PG&E, obviously I should not have.

Now the question goes back to who is in control of PG&E? I had suspected the fires were for social engineering at first, was then mistaken about liability, and am now right back to who is doing social engineering via power cuts?


A few quick headlines
Blackouts in California also hit those who had solar power
People who had solar power were expecting to be unaffected by the blackouts, and got a wake up call. As it turns out, all the state subsidized solar installations on homes are grid tie only, and don't work AT ALL unless there's power already available. With no grid to feed power to, rather than feed the homes, the solar power systems simply shut off.



GOOD ONE.
 

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Blackouts in California also hit those who had solar power
People who had solar power were expecting to be unaffected by the blackouts, and got a wake up call. As it turns out, all the state subsidized solar installations on homes are grid tie only, and don't work AT ALL unless there's power already available. With no grid to feed power to, rather than feed the homes, the solar power systems simply shut off.
Yep, that was obvious to me and why I worked on a stand alone system and found out, without good batteries, it doesn't work at night and the price of batteries has been virtually made equal by the industry itself...


the State is after something...is it possible the entire west coast would allow an 'incursion' to happen?

idk, couldn't an entire battalion come ashore inside shipping containers? Taking over parts of California might be easy


Will California Oregon and Washington governors allow this to occur?
There have been a long string of governors of all three States that have proven themselves and their actions to be communistic, it's plausible they've already planned for this with operators such as Soros and Gates and the Euro Trash leaders...

NWO is their goal
 

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I was wrong about the reason why PG&E cut the power
Last year, California's lawmakers pushed through legislation that held utilities accountable for all fires "they" create. However, in July, governor Newsom created a $21 billion fund to cover for damages caused by power related fires. I did not know that, which subsequently means that PG&E cut the power for purely manipulative reasons, as many people suspected. This is a correction to yesterday's report, where I sided with PG&E, obviously I should not have.

Now the question goes back to who is in control of PG&E? I had suspected the fires were for social engineering at first, was then mistaken about liability, and am now right back to who is doing social engineering via power cuts?
Hey Scorp, read this & my post about AGENDA 21 !. It is starting !
 

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Time for a long overdue CA secession.
 

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Time for hams in CA to get a good HF setup if they do not have one already.
Problem is they have x-xo frequencies to broadcast on. And, no that does not mean hugs minus hugs multiplied by kisses frequencies..It means analogue signals.

Right now every cellular tower broadcasts analog and digital. What is received is replicated. This causes echoes or shadows; sorry Walt. To kill the shadow' there is a line, a line that is optic between the towers. This line with proper software negates shadows But analogue is its bane and just because it is analogue. Just think of a CB radio on a bounce.

So Erica they cannot go HighFrequency because they have accepted the license they have,,,,,,....YET, they can go pirate, ARRRRGH Matey's…..pirating the airwaves in a debauchery of elegances devoid of proper pallagriences (yes I know I failed on that word.) But we BE SPEAKING pIRATE HERE.
 

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arghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh....
 

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OH yeah I forgot.... all these repeaters are up on ridges because the analog signal fill the space, like all of it.

Digital replication is on line of sight, so it is low. Kind of makes one think about that pencivaina air wreck on 9/11 does it not?

yeah..I'm gona go search for Aliens via 'Willits.'
 

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Problem is they have x-xo frequencies to broadcast on. And, no that does not mean hugs minus hugs multiplied by kisses frequencies..It means analogue signals.

Right now every cellular tower broadcasts analog and digital. What is received is replicated. This causes echoes or shadows; sorry Walt. To kill the shadow' there is a line, a line that is optic between the towers. This line with proper software negates shadows But analogue is its bane and just because it is analogue. Just think of a CB radio on a bounce.

So Erica they cannot go HighFrequency because they have accepted the license they have,,,,,,....YET, they can go pirate, ARRRRGH Matey's…..pirating the airwaves in a debauchery of elegances devoid of proper pallagriences (yes I know I failed on that word.) But we BE SPEAKING pIRATE HERE.
Nice thing about HF is you can ground wave and sometimes get good distances without having line of site. With my setup and location I can practically cover Minnesota on HF.

Also in the event that you have emergency traffic license doesn't mean donkey, if it's a legitimate emergency and you need to talk to someone and the only way is by transmitting on a frequency you're not normally licensed to use, that is considered fair game.
 

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Also in the event that you have emergency traffic license doesn't mean donkey, if it's a legitimate emergency and you need to talk to someone and the only way is by transmitting on a frequency you're not normally licensed to use, that is considered fair game.
And yet the Gavin NUewsum has negated your asperations via deathspooge on the waves in californieland. face it that state is f'ed up. the fact that the Gavin is negating any traffic of waves that could help constipate the narrative is concerning.
 

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And yet the Gavin NUewsum has negated your asperations via deathspooge on the waves in californieland. face it that state is f'ed up. the fact that the Gavin is negating any traffic of waves that could help constipate the narrative is concerning.
What, if anything, did he do regarding HF? While there are a few HF (29Mhz) repeaters, the vast majority of ham radio repeaters are VHF or UHF.

That said, I agree with your general assessment of CA and have no plans to go there. I wouldn't doubt at all if this an incremental approach to the control of information. You are preaching to the choir on that note. :beer:
 

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Nice thing about HF is you can ground wave and sometimes get good distances without having line of site. With my setup and location I can practically cover Minnesota on HF.

Also in the event that you have emergency traffic license doesn't mean donkey, if it's a legitimate emergency and you need to talk to someone and the only way is by transmitting on a frequency you're not normally licensed to use, that is considered fair game.
What HF antenna are you using Eric?

I had a 300ft dipole that came down in an ice storm.
 

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I can live without "assault weapons" and ham & cheese radios but NOT WITHOUT PLASTIC STRAWS!
 

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What HF antenna are you using Eric?

I had a 300ft dipole that came down in an ice storm.
My main one is a Hustler BTV-5 vertical antenna with 16 ground radials. It can do 10,15,20,40 and 80 meter. Works great.

I also have a 20 meter diopole that I re-did real nice to avoid wind damage. I am using dog leash material (essentially a really thick close-line type material) to support one end with an insulator of course, and I run that through a pulley that is supported by a tree, and from there the line goes down to a standard door spring that is attached to one of those dog leash holders that screws into the ground. The way my friend puts it, if that dipole goes down we have bigger problems.
 

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As a ham operator, 40 years ago, we didn't have no damn repeaters.
You don't need repeaters to talk to the other side of the world. I have many times.
I eventually got tired of the hobby, and sold my system.