Graham Smith: Voluntaryist, Peaceful Parent and Founder of Voluntary Japan


Please enjoy my recent conversation with Graham Smith, founder of Voluntary Japan. Herein we discuss his path to Voluntaryism, Larken Rose, I’m Allowed to Rob You, Stefan Molyneux, When Should You Shoot A Cop, Sudbury Valley School, Unconditional Parenting, John Holt, John Taylor Gatto, forced association is not socialization, A Prison By Any Other Name, origin of Voluntary Japan, Roger Ver, James Corbett, Peaceful Parenting, man on elephant analogy, Steemit, Sterlin Lujan, Watch My Bit, Crypto currency, What Is Money, Larken Rose, Murray Rothbard, Mike Maloney, Wealth Transfer, Japanese Yen, printing money, game of monopoly analogy, Mark Dice chocolate bar vs. silver bar experiment, Mark Dice selling 1 oz Canadian Maple Leaf gold coin for $20, Fukushima earthquake, bite chunks of Voluntaryism, do not live in fear, embracing diversity in Voluntaryism and Anarchism and more!



Envy is ignorance, Imitation is Suicide.

Ralph Waldo Emerson, Self-Reliance


Trust thyself: every heart vibrates to that iron string. Nothing is at last sacred but the integrity of your own mind.

Ralph Waldo Emerson

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The War On Addicted People


The War on Drugs should more aptly be called the War on Addicted People. It is not the plants that get thrown in jail; rather it is the people. It is another example of nanny “government” attempting to legislate morality at the point of a gun “for our own good”. How can this be true if the effects of smoking weed are infinitesimal as compared to the heinous lengths that “government” will go to rob, assault, choke, and cage an adult mentally aware human being for possessing the prohibited leaf or flower? Vices are not crimes.


In one sense the War on Drugs is as much of a failure as the Alcohol Prohibition of the 1920s since they both created massive underground black markets, dangerous cartels, mafias, political bribery, and fostered gang violence. In another sense its a smashing success in that the sociopaths at the helm of “government” know full well that this would be the result and so it only further validates its exponential expansion. It is the self-licking ice cream cone that is “government” desperately trying to prove its relevance. It is pitiful and disgusting. Please people, understand that laws, taxes, and regulations do nothing but make life for the industrious that much more onerous.


Good men do not need laws to know how to behave and evil men will always find ways around the laws.


Seeds of Liberty Podcast Episode 81: Make Government the Blockbuster of Tomorrow


Please enjoy this recent episode of the Seeds of Liberty Podcast. This week we were joined again by Paul Gordon, of the Disassociation Nation. Herein we discussed the new Anarchy Action Meeting, gangverment, taking down the State via non-compliance, creating opportunities for greater cooperation, dog training with the NAP, BipCoin, the anti-Federalists vs the Federalists, fear of the fire marshal, self-regulating flea markets, granny’s museum room, and more!

Anarchism and Voluntaryism Are Moral Stances


Teens are often accused of being rebellious for no particular reason, rebels without a cause if you will. They resist authority for the sake of resisting authority. Many of them would enthusiastically embrace the term Anarchist for the revolutionary connotation associated with it, not understanding any of its philosophy whatsoever. Perhaps this is how many Anarchists begin their journey but it often does not end when one reaches adulthood.

Once this initial angry phase has passed what remains is a calm and peaceful demeanor of steadfast individuality based firmly in principles. The philosophic understanding of Anarchy and Voluntaryism is much more important as it demonstrates that Anarchists are not simply a bunch of edgy teenagers who resist all rules and seek to destroy property, rather they endeavor to live as consistent as possible with the principles and morality they espouse.

When children are raised with a clear moral compass and conscience they will not seek to be led by political predators nor will they look to State mandates as a measure of right and wrong. Such children will not recognize anyone to have rights they do not possess. They will not believe that morality can be twisted or perverted by religious rituals known as elections, voting, and legislation. Indeed they will grow to create a world wherein every person is morally responsible for every action that is taken. Complete accountability will be ubiquitous and natural. This is a world a look forward to with hope and anticipation. I will do everything in my power to bring it about through education and the spreading of powerful and peaceful ideas. Vacate the State!


A libertarian is someone who believes in the non-aggression principle. An anarchist is someone who understands it. An agorist is someone who practices it.

Mike Zentz

Halloween Is The Meritocratic Free Market


Halloween is the epitome of the meritocratic competitive Free Market. The person who displays the most creative and intricate costume is rewarded with praise and good graces. It encourages innovation and hard work. Healthy competition always produces top quality products. A respect for the unwritten rules of the market is universal. Violence or threats of violence are shunned and spurned. Candy is the currency paid for productive work that others value.


Good ideas do not require force. If your ideas require force than your ideas are worthless. The violence of the State is sought after by those who are inadequate or incapable to legitimately compete in the Free Market of ideas. The power of their words cannot survive based on intrinsic value and voluntary interaction alone. These are the ideas that must be vigorously resisted and demonstrated to be false. Let them loose in the arena of conversation and we will see how they fare. The truth need not be protected. Let it free and it will take care of itself.