Michael Dean and Neema Vedadi explain “you have two cows” for Blockstrian Economics: You have two cows. 50 million other people have some cows. You hook them all up to a worldwide networked milking machine, and everyone still ends up with more milk then they would have had in any other system.
Lousander Feens gets on the Golden Blockchain of Redemption for coming up with today’s episode title.
BLOCKSTRIAN ECONOMICS will turn THE STATE into MySpace. ’nuff said.
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The NSA is the Only Part of The Government That Listens To You. Freedom Feens live radio archive[ 1:25:00 | 58.42 MB ]Play Now | Play in Popup | Download
Michael W. Dean and Neema Vedadi drop mad science about how presidential contender Republican Congressman Peter King, the chair of the United States House Homeland Security Subcommittee on Counterterrorism and Intelligence, gave a pep talk for the NSA troops who are feeling unloved. The Feens also expose and discuss Peter King’s connection to the terrorist organization The IRA. Then the Feens discuss the irony of leftists celebrating the death of Mikhail Kalashnikov (the designer of the AK-47), and how the mainstream media is putting a “cops are always right/suspects are always evil” anti-citizen spin on Texas Deputy Killed in Pre-Dawn No-Knock Drug Raid.
Explaining to Patriots Why The Constitution Will Never Save America (and What Can Save America) - Freedom Feens live radio archive[ 1:25:02 | 58.2 MB ]Play Now | Play in Popup | Download
Michael Dean and NeemaV drop mad science in part two of this two-part “Freedom Feens distance-learning liberty series.” (Part One is here.) In today’s lesson, topics include: The 5-start general named General Welfare, why the General Welfare clause lets politicians do any horrible thing they want to you, why it doesn’t really cut it to say “America’s not a democracy, it’s a republic!”, how Constitution worship and Founding Father worship is just Great Man Theory b.s. / waiting-for-a-human-savior fallacy, why it’s a contradiction to be a Constitutionalist and also say “I don’t want the government to tell me what to do!”
Then we hear some redemption in the third act: how as the price of bandwidth drops the amount of liberty goes up, and how you can find REAL freedom and liberty in your lifetime.
Also a review of the great Jeremy Scahill documentary Dirty Wars.
Freedom Feens – Glow worms in the darkness of tyranny i.e. Michael W. Dean and Neema Vedadi, talk on live RADIOOOOOOO about being anti-war and pro-gun, “who would Jesus bomb?”, using the “report this” Facebook button for gub officials, New York State offers LITERALLY 30 pieces of silver to turn in your neighbor, Soviet mental hospitals coming to America, how Obama is like the roommate who steals your weed and then helps you look for it, alternative currencies, how smuggling IS the free market, a call from a greenbacker, T2, Miles Dyson, why central planning is evil and ineffective, the problem with most futurists, why smart scientists can be really dumb, how statism is square, and why the Zeitgeist movement is wrong.
Michael has a bad hair day and Neema tries to cheer him up as they discuss #YouMightBeADictator (and a dick) if you often start sentences with “What everyone needs to do is….”, options if you lose your BitCoin passphrase (hint: there are no options), the Feens being “3 pieces of gear away from perfection”, Jeffery Tucker’s bow tie, Bad Quaker, worms, the most embarrassing thing a libertarian can do without committing aggression, NY State gun mags now a Class D Violent Felony, and the lunacy AND ineffectiveness of podcast patent trolls.
Michael W. Dean and Neema Vedadi talk about how Neema takes more vacations than Obama, it’s far more important that we be teaching about computer security than bitching about the tyranny du jour. They tell you how if Skype is running, it has the ability to log your keystrokes and the gubmint can get at it, why cryptocat and TOR are bad ideas, why Peer Block, and Boleh VPN and FileShredder are good, Namecoin (good), Google to downgrade pirate sites in search results (bad), anonymous surfing, and the problems of representing yourself in felony cases.
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PHOTO of Michael’s $30 Film School book next to some books on great directors in the Knoxville public library.