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Pope Francais Arrested according to unconfirmed reports *BREAKING*

Posted by rsmash on January 10, 2021 at 5:15 PM

Pope Francais Arrested according to unconfirmed reports *BREAKING* - 7:30PM DCU STANDARD TIME

 

VATICAN / ITALY – Pope Francis aka Jorge Mario Bergoglio was arrested Saturday in connection with an 80- count indictment of charges including possession of child pornography, human trafficking, incest, possession of drug paraphernalia and felony fraud.

 

For more details, please see the post link below - or listen to our News Bulletin here: https://dcunation.webs.com/DCU%20CDECN%20NewsBulletin10thJan2021.mp3" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">https://dcunation.webs.com/DCU%20CDECN%20NewsBulletin10thJan2021.mp3

 

SOURCE: https://www.conservativebeaver.com/2021/01/10/vatican-blackout-pope-arrested-on-80-count-indictment-for-child-trafficking-fraud/" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">https://www.conservativebeaver.com/2021/01/10/vatican-blackout-pope-arrested-on-80-count-indictment-for-child-trafficking-fraud/

Joint call to save small youtube creators from the #adpocalypse by WCBF & DJFMITV

Posted by rsmash on January 23, 2018 at 10:40 PM

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Radio SMASH Received 2 shortwave signals 2001-02

Posted by rsmash on June 1, 2017 at 9:10 AM


Radio SMASH Received 2 shortwave signals 2001-02

Radio SMASH International received two shortwave signals of interest on its monitoring exercises, explained below

In 2001, Radio SMASH International was monitoring shortwave signals using a 20-30meter long-wire antenna at it's former Welsh Borders site. Using a Sharpe Shortwave Radio Cassette Corder, a programme on November 10th 2001 was received and recorded, but was not identified. Now, thanks to the Shortwave Radio Audio Archive website, many Short Wave listeners were able back in June of this year to identify the programme, presented by Kim Andrew Elliott, at that time presenting "Communications World" for the Voice of America.

You can hear this and more here: https://shortwavearchive.com/archive/voice-of-america-november-10-2001?rq=voa" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">https://shortwavearchive.com/archive/voice-of-america-november-10-2001?rq=voa

On July 26th 2002, there was a second shortwave signal identified from the former DCU Capital in Herefordshire:

This was a scheduled repeat of "The Media Zoo" tribute to Howard Rose (founder and editor of "The Radio Magazine"), re-airing archive footage of mainly radio discussion that Howard Rose was involved with. Received in South West Herefordshire, United Kingdom, using a Sharp Shortwave Radio Cassette Corder on 5935kHz Shortwave at 2200UTC approx. Presented by Eric Wiltshire in Riga transmitting the program at 100kW power.

Audio is semi-incomplete due to breakages in the tape, but is for the most part complete, with the intro added at the beginning of the recording that was repeated at least twice during the recording.

The recording in the main is full of banter from various broadcasters, discussing radio broadcasting as part of their tribute to the late Howard Rose, who was the founder and editor of the radio magazine - and being a custodian for promoting deregulation of the UK radio industry.

You can hear this and more here: https://shortwavearchive.com/archive/media-zoo-july-26-2002?rq=Malins" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">https://shortwavearchive.com/archive/media-zoo-july-26-2002


Historic 2 Programmes on 1 stereo Broadcast Pilot a success

Posted by rsmash on May 30, 2017 at 10:40 PM

Radio SMASH International this morning in the DCU Capital, accomplished transmitting two simultaneous seperate archive programmes via FM Stereo under its test what it described as The 'Stereo 2' Hour - It is both a micronational broadcasting first and a world first, proving that it is possible to acceptably seperate and air two programmes simultaneously over the same stereo transmitter to stereophonic receivers. (a disclaimer that monaural FM receivers would not be able to seperate the two channels and would hear both programmes at the same time)

The results of the test, whilst noticing particularly some limited 'bleeding' of each channel into each other (particularly on the left-hand channel), that it was less affected by speech-only programmes than musical parts, which indicates that due to the stereo subcarrier behaviour that sound files can be modified to get FM stereo decoders to mitigate for the problem by underlying an inverted sound wave of the opposite channel's signal into the pre-broadcast master recording.

Radio SMASH International believes the success of the test shows the potential in the future to diversify the delivery options for programmes micronationally.

9/11 conclusion doubted in latest study

Posted by rsmash on September 5, 2016 at 10:50 AM

Radio SMASH International News: A study has been released by the Europhysics Journal that officially put into doubt the official US Government narrative of September 11th 2001 attacks on the World Trade Centre (North & South Towers and Building 7), New York. The conclusion made by the team of researchers is that with the type of damage caused, cannot of caused collapse and that in all probability "...the only mechanism that could bring down the Twin Towers was controlled demolition." This is whilst strictly looking at the structural and case-study damages, rather than other unexplained factors that also point to this conclusion.

 

The article runs from published page 21 to page 26 (PDF page 23 to 28) in the latest Europhysics Journal here: http://www.europhysicsnews.org/articles/epn/pdf/2016/04/epn2016-47-4.pdf

 

The impact of the article is likely to cause a shift internationally against US-led NATO foreign policy in both the UK and rest of the EU, as much of the military engagements were triggered by the events of September 11th that need to be re-examined.

 

This edition of the article has been provided by the publisher for free due to the importance of the issue that is deemed by the journal as "a matter of public interest" and the criticisms of the original investigation

 

Europhysics Journal: **15 years later: On the physics of High-Rise Building Collapses**** " On September 11, 2001, the world witnessed the total collapse of three large steel-framed high-rises. Since then, scientists and engineers have been working to understand why and how these unprecedented structural failures occurred.

NOTE FROM THE EDITORS -

This feature is somewhat different from our usual purely scientific articles, in that it contains some speculation. However, given the timing and the importance of the issue, we consider that this feature is sufficiently technical and interesting to merit publication for our readers. Obviously, the content of this article is the responsibility of the authors."

Monitored Short Wave Broadcast from 2001 Identified

Posted by rsmash on December 29, 2015 at 11:30 PM

Monitored Short Wave Broadcast from 2001 Identified


In 2001, Radio SMASH International was monitoring shortwave signals using a 20-30meter long-wire antenna at it's former Welsh Borders site. Using a Sharpe Shortwave Radio Cassette Corder, a programme on November 10th 2001 was received and recorded, but was not identified. Now, thanks to the Shortwave Radio Audio Archive website, many Short Wave listeners were able back in June of this year to identify the programme, presented by Kim Andrew Elliott, at that time presenting "Communications World" for the Voice of America.

You can hear this and more here: http://shortwavearchive.com/archive/voice-of-america-november-10-2001?rq=voa


Historic re-broadcast tests for 24 yrs of radio production

Posted by rsmash on November 2, 2015 at 12:00 AM


Radio SMASH International: Tonight, the day after the day of mourning, the state broadcaster began tests for a historic re-transmission of its programming, commemmorating nearly 24 years on DCU Day 2015 of programme production, made to the former DCU Capital tonight. Tests have been monitored and commented as being 'excellent'.

The actual casts are being coined as "Radio SMASH 24", in commemoration to the historic day - and to be repeated across the DCU Regions of Influence, especially with the addition of DCU Deheubarth from next weekend onwards.

It also sees the official end of mourning for the Supreme Commander's Grandmother, who was influencial in his development of the DCU State Broadcaster with the giving of a gift of a tape recorder on his birthday on December 21st 1991 (nearly 24 years ago)

 

Point Cook Independence starts to create impact in Victoria

Posted by rsmash on April 29, 2015 at 3:55 AM


Radio SMASH International: (Point Cook, Victoria, Australia) Developments are moving fast for the community of Point Cook, whom set down a challange to the Australian Government, Victorian Government and Wyndham City Councils to offer them a referendum to be granted Sovreign Nation Status for failings in political policy. Two announcements have been confirmed from the authorities in Victoria, stating that the premier of Victoria Daniel Andrews, said “I don’t want to see any community feeling that they are not being listened to” and at roughly 2:00am DCU Standard Time, announced (without reference to Point Cook directly) a river crossing is to be constructed alongside a major road network to the community by 2020 (costing AUS$5.5bn approx or £2.9bn approx).

A petition meanwhile continues to build and there seems to be no sign of faultering by the independence movement.

https://www.change.org/p/australian-government-to-council-conduct-a-referendum-to-grant-sovereign-nation-status-to-point-cook-let-us-determine-our-future" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">https://www.change.org/p/australian-government-to-council-conduct-a-referendum-to-grant-sovereign-nation-status-to-point-cook-let-us-determine-our-future

The DCU Supreme Commander noted that "this is the most recent case where micronations have played a part in the lives of a community in Austrailia - As a continent, it has had time to study from the past. With more people moving to micronations providing the solutions, as well as calls for more independence from bigger nations by the likes of Scotland, Catalonia and so on, Point Cook has put itself on the map to become like Hutt River over the extraordinary injustices that had been put on them in a peaceful, lawful and effective campaign that is unique in history."

The DCU Government has stated that whilst the events themselves are moving towards a positive outcome, it is unsure what message the Victorian Government are sending to Point Cook with their rash of decisions that seem to have been 'pre-prepared' and 'viable solutions for the wider State of Victoria that should have been implimented due to the superiority and cost-effectiveness of it compared to other construction plans on the table". The DCU Government has said it will consider granting diplomatic recognition, as the DCU can offer much experience since "there are many challanges that such a young micronation with real-world issues that it needs to tackle quickly upon independence if it becomes necercery to do so"

DCU State Broadcaster rolls into top 3 awards for independent reviews

Posted by rsmash on September 12, 2013 at 8:05 PM


Communications Federation: Yesterday evening, the state television producer DJFM Industries Television (DJFM-ITV) came in the top 3 of two awards for contributions made to "The Sprout" which is a user-fed reviewers magazine made of independent producers, artists and contributors. DJFM-ITV gained 2nd place in the "Video of the Year" category for the short 'Autism in Popular Culture' feature, and 3rd place in the "Best Review" cateogory for the multi-format (typed, audio and video versions) review of the autism theatre production 'Matthew's Passion' - both awards have shown the pioneering realms of both DJFM-ITV and Radio SMASH International, as well as the jewel in the crown of acheivements made by the DCU nation. For more information on the state broadcaster, visit http://djfmitv.webs.com/


Special Syrian Crisis Programme as DCU prepares Civil Defense measures

Posted by rsmash on August 29, 2013 at 4:40 PM

Radio SMASH International produces Special Syrian Crisis Programme as DCU prepares Civil Defense measures in preparation for a potential world war started in the Middle East: http://rsdcu.webs.com/RS%20Syrian%20Crisis%20Report%2029thAug2013.mp3


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