Voice of Tomorrow

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The Voice of Tomorrow (who preferred the archaic spelling To-morrow) was a political clandestine / pirate radio station. It was active in the early to late 1980s, and was known for its neo-nazi / white supremacist programming. It used a series of maildrops not usually associated with shortwave pirates, such as one in Clackamas, Oregon which was also used by a Christian Identity group (a white nationalist religion). They claimed to have studios in Providence and the transmitter in Baltimore, but the actual signal was believed to be mobile and to come from locations in Virginia and West Virginia. The station used a series of drums and wolf howls as its interval signal, and signed off with the song "Tomorrow Belongs To Me".

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External links

Wikipedia article about the station founder, Kevin Alfred Strom

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