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Jim Jesus takes up a minor beef with Derrick J for his recent blog post in defense of Stefan Molyneux.
Jim points out that Stefan himself claims a person can ignore a philosopher who doesn’t follow his own advice. This is troubling because Stefan calls the state an immoral institution but then uses the state and advocates obedience. My contention is that this apparent contradiction is the result of Stefan’s fear of the State — that he is unwilling to suffer for the philosophy of liberty the way Ian Freeman of Free Talk Live is. I speculate that is why he is philosophically inconsistent when it comes to using and obeying State agents.
What do *you* think? Am I dead wrong? Is Stefan a cult leader whose power has clouded his thinking? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!
On last night’s episode of Free Talk Live, Darryl W Perry hosted in first chair, with Danica in second, and me in third. Danica shared a story about bitcoin resolutions for the new year, I shared a story about criminal robots, and Darryl talked about why buying local is bad economics. Jim Jesus, of “Cards Against Lolbertarians” fame, called in to discuss internet philosopher Stefan Molyneux.
Ten Bitcoin resolution for 2015 :: caller has a resolution for Congress :: Click bait should die a painful death, we’ll tell you why :: Criminal robots :: How can we make Congress listen to the people? :: Buy local is bad economics :: Molyneux :: people wearing hoodies in a store :: Man killed for not showing ID to an animal shelter
During the recent Trial of James Cleaveland, I recorded close-up video. Here it is, for anyone who is interested in another perspective:
I tried to include lots of close-ups of James, the witnesses who testified, the state attorney Jean Kilham, and of course Judge Burke.