Colleen used to be a member of the ten-person inner circle of Stefan Molyneux’s Free Domain Radio. She says Free Domain Radio is a cult.
And it sounds like a cult to Michael W. Dean and Dianna Keiler as they yak for 80 minutes with Colleen about all the down-and-dirty ins & outs of the mind-warping that goes on in the inner sanctum of Stefan Molyneux’s Free Domain Radio mind-control web world.
DeBoo now! Davi Barker and Michael W. Dean have their first-annual cult-off. (Top-Ten Signs of Cultiness Countdown!) Then they tell you what Stefan Molyneux has in common with The Walking Dead, how Stefan Molyneux is like the LAPD and TruShibes is like Rodney King, and how you can become your own libertarian media rock star and put Molyneux (and the Freedom Feens!) out to pasture for only 50 dollars by emulating the turnkey Hampsterdam Baltimore drug-distribution model.
3/4 of the way through the show, their Internet gets droned, and Ben Stone the Bad Quaker jumps in and talks about freedom and the movie All About Eve. Then we get the festival’s feed back, and make fun of a very excited communist.
(Intro two minutes on Brutalist architecture from NeemaV and MWD on the Feens, episode 77, May 27, 2012, 29 minutes 50 seconds in. We didn’t tie it to macho libertarian flash folks like us, but I know we did a few episodes after that. Anyone who wants to listen to episodes right after that, if you find it, let me know which episode and how many minutes/seconds in it is please.)
Lousander Feen and Michael W. Dean discuss Celine’s Laws and newly minted libertarians.
Davi Barker, Michael W. Dean and Ian Freeman talk about how FDR (four-term US president) censored free speech, and the new FDR (Stefan Molyneux’s Free Domain Radio) is censoring critique of Stefan. Also: Ian Freeman explains why he dropped Stefan’s show from LRN.fm this week, and why he has He-who-cannot-be-named as a co-host, despite He-who-cannot-be-named’s calls for violence.