Seeds of Liberty Podcast Episode 29: Anam Paiseanta, Voluntaryist and Author of Three Friends Free

Please enjoy this recent episode of the Seeds of Liberty Podcast. This week we were joined by Anam Paiseanta, a voluntaryist and author of the children’s book Three Friends Free. Herein we discussed Anam’s journey to anarchism, following your own ideas, pro-government wiring, enduring 15,000 hours of being raised by the State, Anam’s book Three Friends Free, road pirates, being an unintentional author, levels of awareness, how humans are here to search for their highest potential and achieve the deepest experiences, trading hopes and dreams for beautiful memories, Daoism, how having a variety of ideas is “just fine” in a free world, being forced into religion, free beliefs, a little Pope smackdown, how culture is completely voluntary, deferring responsibility to an “authority”, statism as a religion, the divine right of politicians, creating a mind matrix, looking at your paradigms from different perspectives, a little love for Larken Rose, Toto pulling back the curtain, finding real life friends, the Connector App, and more!

In order to change an existing paradigm you do not struggle to try and change the problematic model. You create a new model and make the old one obsolete.

R. Buckminster Fuller

Seeds of Liberty Podcast Episode 28: Swinging The Pendulum of Confirmation Bias

Please enjoy this recent episode of the Seeds of Liberty Podcast. This week we were joined by Amanda Bruce, a voluntaryist and unschooling mom of two. Herein we discussed Amanda’s journey to voluntaryism, how researching food can lead you to not trust the government, the uselessness of the FDA, the March Against Monsanto, the horrors of public schooling, exceeding expectations and being a statists school dork, John Taylor Gatto, unschooling meetups, recognizing that you are being a douchebag parent, letting your kids say no, the “Do as I say, not as I do” mindset, swinging the pendulum of confirmation bias, the illusion of control, conspiracy theories, how government intervention makes people lazy, the bandwagon effect, a whole new level of potato, talking to friends and family about anarchy, how statism is based in fear, divide and conquer tactics, how people seem desensitized to actual wars but are gung ho about the “War on Terror” and the like, and more!


Don’t let schooling interfere with your education.

Mark Twain


FREEDOM! by Adam Kokesh

This is a magnificent short book on the Voluntaryist philosophy as it pertains to many topics including War, Foreign Policy, Justice, Courts, Prisons, Taxation, Banking, Property Taxes, Economics, Money, Corporations, Unions, Schooling, Medical Care, Welfare, Prohibition, Environmentalism, Intellectual Property, Marriage, Parenting, Bullying, Racism, Personal Freedom, and the Internet. If you want to give someone a wonderful little introduction to the philosophy of freedom this would be a great choice.




The great illusion of the current paradigm of statism is that governments achieve a worthwhile reduction of violence. Governments are the greatest cause of violence in the world today. They are coercive monopolies with only an illusion of public support. Everything they do is based on a presumed right to point guns at people who are acting peacefully.

Adam Kokesh, FREEDOM!

Anarchy Is Love

Anarchy is the epitome of love, kindness, charity, empathy, and compassion. It is all these things because they are all done voluntarily. The best things in life are done voluntarily. Forced love is rape. Forced charity is a mugging. Forced compliance is slavery. When one is coerced into obedience by the threat of violent punishment all virtue dissipates and the transaction degenerates into that of a common thief and his victim. To live one’s life and interact with others based on force and coercion is to be empty and spiritually alone.


Anarchy Is For Lovers

All things we value in our lives arise from voluntary associations and dissociations. These include who we choose to date, where we choose to live, what we choose to eat, what we choose to wear, what profession we choose to study, what we choose to learn, what time we choose wake in the morning and sleep at night. The extent that we are able to decide how to lead our lives is the extent to which true freedom and happiness exists in each of us.



How To Change the World With Love Cartoon(1)

Anarchy is to be celebrated in all its manifestations. Anarchy is the default state of humanity, not centrally planned regimes. This may be proven by witnessing the monumental technological achievements that have lifted humanity out of crippling poverty and near starvation. This is testament to the massive skill of man’s ingenuity, creativity, and imagination. All this was achieved without guns, violence, laws, regulations, and taxation. All this was achieved not because of “government” but in spite of it.



You Had Me At Fuck The System



It is the measure of the state’s success that the word ‘anarchy’ frightens people and the word ‘state’ does not.

Joseph Sobran



Christopher Chase Rachels: Voluntaryist, Author, and Co-Founder of the Blue Ridge Liberty Project

Please enjoy my recent conversation with Christopher Chase Rachels. Herein we discussed how he became a Voluntaryist, founding the Blue Ridge Liberty Project, why Ashville, living with like-minded people, honing the message of liberty, what’s his book about, criticisms, being pro liberty, in your Anarchy society fallacy, every “ism” is the initiation of force except Voluntaryism, voting with your dollars, the Free Market rewards thrift and efficiency, without government we would be savages fallacy, appeal to the stick, the wondrous potential that government force destroys, moral hazard, perverted incentives, intellectual growth requires humility, we’re all born anarchists, military and police are the supreme nationalists, American Sniper, the necessary evil, truth must be complex fallacy, appeal to authority, politicians promising free stuff and more!


The great non sequitur committed by defenders of the State, including classical Aristotelian and Thomist philosophers, is to leap from the necessity of society to the necessity of the State.

Murray Rothbard, The Ethics of Liberty