Dear RBN Hosts,
As you know, RBN relies on listener support to continue day-to-day operations.
By working together, we can continue to provide the kind of information and analysis that people have become accustomed to hearing from everyone at RBN.
John Stadtmiller would like to hear from all of you concerning the importance of RBN.
Please reply to this message with a short statement about being on the network, what it means to you to broadcast here, and the importance of RBN to its listeners and supporters around the world.
John will be reading responses on the air tomorrow, Thursday, Feb. 6, so that listeners can better understand why RBN needs their help and how valuable the network is to everyone involved.
Thanks for being with us and thanks for everything you do.
First of all, ‘short’ is a relative term. Already, I digress… As we all know, and all too well, there are fewer and fewer corners of the earth where an honest, intelligent public discourse can be (is) held. But then, that’s just how the Fabians and their ‘Doctrine of the Inevitability of Gradualism’ would have us thinking, believing, and feeling, eh…? We here in America and around the world are being plunged into a managed form of utter chaos, the intention of which is to ‘disrupt’ and irreversibly overturn the existing basis of every society everywhere, and to leave no man or woman – nor those confused, led (propagandized) to believe they’re gender dysphoric – untouched by this gruesome black plague that has swept the world.
In contrast, RBN is a beacon on a hill, an eclectic assortment of a vast array of resources and information designed and intended to:
- Paint a more proper, accurate, and complete history,
- Speak to the plight we all face, here and abroad, as well as how and from whence it arose,
- Offer thoughtful, intelligent guidance and perhaps even ‘solutions’ to the general and specific plagues which ail us.
We hosts are by many accounts but a rag-tag band of misfits, a messy bunch. We don’t have the polish of Establishment media, or the continuity of messaging of say a Sinclair Broadcast Group, or even that of ostensibly less suspecting channels like Nazi Patriot Radio (i.e. NPR). Instead, we all just calls ’em like we sees ’em… But isn’t that the American Way? That is my understanding. It is further my understanding that, if there be anything noble and noteworthy of our past, it is in the ideal that we as people truly are all created equal. As Ronald Reagan said:
“If we lose freedom here, there is no place to escape to. This is the last stand on Earth. And this idea that government is beholden to the people, that it has no other source of power except to sovereign people, is still the newest and most unique idea in all the long history of man’s relation to man. This is the issue … Whether we believe in our capacity for self-government or whether we abandon the American revolution and confess that a little intellectual elite in a far-distant capital can plan our lives for us better than we can plan them ourselves.”
Marshall McLuhan surmised that the medium is the message, and the message here is; ‘big’ = authority and credibility, while anything else is discredited and deemed unauthoritative, or even unseemly. But where ordinarily that might be the case, dark forces have conspired to use that, our very trust against us, and have sought to seed it with the Machiavellian opportunism of social engineering, memetic warfare, and Lamarckian epigenetics, in the ultimate attempt to infect with mind viruses not only the present generations, but also every subsequent generation as well.
Beyond the anticipated catharsis, this network is a celebration – daily, moment by moment – of that cherished spirit of the freedom and autonomy of each and every individual – for better, and as any host with untoward callers will agree, even for worse. Everywhere else we see and here the creeping encroachment of the individual’s ‘value and worth’ expressed as only in context of and subordinate to its (his / her) collective unit(s) – the hive, the BORG. In that oxymoron, there is only misery and suffering, however appealing it is made to appear.
Some may argue there are other networks, other places to find some of, if not all of the same content found on RBN. Perhaps, though I would disagree. Indeed, aren’t many of the articles on RBN from various external sources? But it is the spirit of RBN, rooted in the guidance and courage of giants like the late great Jack Otto, Officer Jack McLamb, and countless others that I believe we broadcast. And it is uniquely here we strive to honor the best of the context of ‘the spirit of our forefathers’ while maintaining the integrity of the aforementioned concept of individual liberty and personal freedom. That kind of freedom – in contrast to ‘The New Freedom’ so-called – ain’t cheap, and one must also learn to exercise it responsibly.
Many great and noble efforts have gone before us, and I would be just as content pointing to those – for instance, Antony Sutton’s bibliography should be required American (et al) reading, and similar to Charlotte Iserbyt’s Patriot Honor Roll, I’ve recently mentioned (12/4/2019) my own In Memoriam tribute list of some 70 folks – including Otto and McLamb – whom we’ve lost, just in the post-9/11 era, who were dedicated in one way or another to the selfless service of their fellow man. Spoiler alert; Elijah Cummings and Joe Wilson made the list, but Zbigniew Brzezinski and John McCain did not.
In closing, these sentiments, with which I believe we here are all imbued, were never imparted to me by John or anyone else on RBN, per se – or anywhere else, for that matter. I believe I came by them ‘naturally’ and of my own volition. Neither have I ever been instructed what or what not to say on the network. Rather, I have been left – for better or worse – entirely to my own discretion. Again, I believe this is the American Way, and how we all work harder, reach higher, and learn and do better – both by ourselves, and by one another. As far as content from other places goes, sure you could get that I suppose. You also get that here, as we pride ourselves on having the pulse of current (and historical) events, including the not-so-worn-out perspectives. But what you can’t get anywhere else, is the unique RBN brand of American bravado, infused with Texas pride and Detroit moxie, that seizes back and reclaims beautiful ideals like ‘yes we can’ and ‘together we shall’. You can hear it on the National Intel Report, on the Ralph Winterrowd Show, and others.
I can only speak for myself when I say there is something mystical, magical, and special about RBN. I consider it a high honor and unique privilege to be an RBN host, and as was the case with my ‘hiatus’ some years back, if I were not on RBN, I wouldn’t be broadcasting anywhere else. Thank you John, for this special opportunity, honor, and privilege.