Anarchy Gumbo Podcast

Nifty anarchist chat and chatter from Michael W. Dean and a rotating cast of insomniac guests

Archive for the month “March, 2012”

Stefan Molyneux Freaks Out on the Gumbo


Stefan Molyneux has 43 cups of double espresso and then talks with Michael W. Dean about anarchy, guns, leftie anarchists, Hunger Games, homeschooling, the Canadian health care system, BDSM and kink, border crossings, recording gear, Boston T. Party, and a whole bunch of other nifty stuff.

At one point, Stefan gets madder than I’ve ever heard him and cusses a bunch at the lunacy of the world. It’s a beautiful thing.


2014 UPDATE: Please listen to: The Truth About Stefan Molyneux. Interview with 2 People Who Were in His Inner Circle


2014 UPDATED: Boston T. Party pointed out that I rather inelegantly (mis)-paraphrased Boston’s position on guns and libertarians. Here are Boston’s actual words:

“Libertarian philosophy is, in the end, moot if its adherents have no final resort of armed defense, and freedom has usually required the shedding of blood on battlefields. If history has taught us anything, it’s that liberty is won and maintained by Riflemen. As Heinlein once wrote:

“The price of freedom is the willingness to do sudden battle, anywhere, anytime, and with utter recklessness.

“Willingness to do sudden battle implies capability to do sudden battle. You must already have the tools, training, and practice to fight effectively. When you are capable and willing to fight, then you have options.  When you are capable and willing to fight, then your enemy will perhaps fear and avoid you.

“But not until then.

“If you do not have — right now — an FAL, M1, M1A, or HK91, then there is something you have chosen not to own for your freedom.  If you do own such a rifle but cannot — right now — from offhand position hit a dinner plate at 100yds within 5 seconds on demand without fail, then there is a skill you have chosen not to earn for your freedom.

“If you are not a Rifleman — right now — then you have announced to the world that your commitment to liberty goes only just so far. If you will not spend a summer and the price of a used jet ski to become a Rifleman — to become a deadly foe of tyranny — then you are just mouthing platitudes, treating liberty as a hobby and expecting brave men to do your fighting for you. If you’re not a Rifleman — you’re just a hobbyist.

“By choosing to move to a state where you can’t become a Rifleman, a hobbyist is what you’ll remain.  The Nerf and Egghead Libertarians don’t like hearing this, obviously, but facts are stubborn things.

“The state that separates its scholars from its warriors will have its thinking done by cowards, and its fighting done by fools. — Thucydides

“FSPers in New Hampshire without battle rifles are like libertarians in Manhattan without handguns.

“All are at the mercy of any determined band of thugs. If you’re not a Rifleman in the country or a Pistolero in the city, then you’re merely food waiting to be eaten.  You can scream No initiation of force! all the way down your aggressor’s gullet.  Big deal.  All fish wriggle when caught.”

Ian Freeman from Free Talk Live Talks Freely on the Gumbo

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Ian Freeman from Free Talk Live and The Liberty Radio Network talks late into the night with Michael W. Dean about the differences between Free State Project and Free State Wyoming, guns, drugs, pirate radio, activism, foxy girls in New Hampshire, hope, cops, government infiltration, war, peace, freedom, anarchy, liberty, libertarianism, RE-27 microphones, Mumble, libertarian paternalism, and why violence and self-immolation are not the answer.


Trippin With Bad Quaker

Michael W. Dean starts his first episode of his new hobby podcast by chatting at 3 AM with Ben Stone of Bad Quaker Podcast. Michael and Ben discuss psychedelics, the military, Frank Zappa, Jim Morrison, fed goons, anarchy, jury selection, civic duty, militias, false flags, head injuries, the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, 00s and now, guns, dogs, cats, Owsley, the Grateful Dead, Marylin Manson and more.

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