THIS EPISODE OF THE FREEDOM FEENS: Michael W. Dean does his last “all Molyneux all the time” show, where he and Dianna interview Colleen and Greg, who used to be in the small inner circle of Stefan Molyneux’s indoctrination society called Free Domain Radio.
The main overall topics are how much Stefan Molyneux tries to control all aspects of his adherents’ lives, and how different what Stefan says to the general public is from what he says in private to the inner-circle true believers.
Wider shot of same photo:
Below, screenshot of Molyneux in 2007 saying ” I do not believe that there are any really good parents out there”, archived here in case he deletes his post.
Links to links of podcasts that Colleen lead for Stefan Molyneux.
Audio of Stefan Molyneux trying to convince Greg to leave his family, by doing the maths on it.
Here’s the essay where Stef goes into detail about what Stefan Molyneux really thinks about DeFOOing.
Archive of page that Stefan Molyneux deleted where he used to admit his wife was offering psychiatric advice over the Internet to Free Domain Radio’s callers.
Molyneux’s Masters thesis: Stef-thesis.pdf (368 KB) https://mega.co.nz/#!alolGA4I!Xi93O0SURMpOd3d9LrinpDsPEPq7sfoTM7FIaLVc4tw
TruShibes mirror on YouTube
Holy Moly: The Bizarre Online Cult Of Stefan Molyneux (deleted). Google Cache “Holy Moly: The Bizarre Online Cult Of Stefan Molyneux” ……article that got Moly’e off Buzzfeed http://goo.gl/01jYZj
Stefan Molyneux’s “everyone should DeFoo” five-part video series, “but my parents were nice!”
Joe Rogan in the 1990s (on the show “News Radio”, playing a fun, smart, weird character who seems very, well….very Joe Rogan) explaining why it’s impossible to remove something from the Internet.
Jim Jesus’ YouTube channel, more videos with truth about Molyneux.
MWD adds a clarification: The thing I said in this episode about prison, I wasn’t implying prisons rehabilitate people. We were rushed for time and had a lot to cover. I meant to say “…..people who have murdered someone, been to prison, done a lot of work on their own or with help from others in prison or after prison and rehabilitated themselves.”