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Friday, March 25, 2016

A conversation with Mr. Molyneux

I'd heard a lot about Stefan Molyneux, but I'd never had the opportunity to speak with him before. We discussed the Michelle Fields debacle and other matters for nearly two hours. He's a very smart guy and I quite enjoyed the chance to speak at length with him.


You can also download the MP3 audio if you prefer to listen to it.

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82 Comments:

Anonymous Wyrd March 25, 2016 11:09 AM  

Glad to see you and Stefan joining up to discuss issues; he's a great guy. His video on the crusades would be, if I were God-Emperor of the US, required viewing for all students:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ilFbbk9jw4

Blogger VFM #7191 March 25, 2016 11:10 AM  

Your interview with Bernard Chapin has also gone live: SJWs Always Lie, Interview with Vox Day

Blogger The Gray Man March 25, 2016 11:41 AM  

I don't know what he's like these days, but he used to drive me nuts with his hardcore atheist\libertarian slant on stuff a few years ago.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan March 25, 2016 11:41 AM  

Probably not as funny as Microsoft's AI Twitter program

Blogger The Gray Man March 25, 2016 11:42 AM  

I don't know what he's like these days, but he used to drive me nuts with his hardcore atheist\libertarian slant on stuff a few years ago.

Blogger Lazarus March 25, 2016 11:48 AM  

Speaking of Jian Gomeshi............he has been useful twice now. 1st as a pro-feminist hypocrite, and then as an example of false rape accusation.

Well done, JG!

Blogger John S March 25, 2016 11:56 AM  

This should be good. Going to save it to listen at work tomorrow. He's become much less of a cucked lolbertarian over the last few years.

Blogger Franz March 25, 2016 11:58 AM  

Re rock star on stage versus regular dude in the shopping mall next day. "Context is everything" . Well yeah, maybe, but also the chronology of events : The regular dude in the mall who had just fken refused her the night before. Lol, "Hell hath no fury, like a woman scorned."

Blogger Moor March 25, 2016 12:05 PM  

VD, an observation:

You have a verbal tick that, I would guess, functions to fill the little spaces where your mind is searching for a word or thought. You say, "you know" or "ya know" or "y'no" with a consistency that distracts.

The distraction is not critical, and it does nothing to mitigate the relevance and import of the information you share, but it is something to think about addressing, particularly for those times when you find yourself in more formal interviews than the present one. I would suggest that silence in those moments would be far less intolerable than your propensity to fill the moment would indicate, either as a speaker, or a listener.

Blogger Horn of the Mark March 25, 2016 12:19 PM  

This is a pleasant surprise. After voting for McCain in 2008, I was left wondering what the hell it was I actually believed. Vox and Stephan have been my two strongest political/philosophical influences ever since.

I used to rankle at Stephan's atheist bent, but that's softened a lot in the last year. It's about alliances now. The atheists still holding the "godless vs. the world" line are in for a bad time. They will not be mourned, least of all by their nonexistent children.

Blogger VD March 25, 2016 12:20 PM  

The regular dude in the mall who had just fken refused her the night before. Lol, "Hell hath no fury, like a woman scorned."

Not applicable. She clearly didn't recognize me.

You have a verbal tick that, I would guess, functions to fill the little spaces where your mind is searching for a word or thought. You say, "you know" or "ya know" or "y'no" with a consistency that distracts.

Yes, I know. But your proposed solution misses the point. If I'm thinking about being silent rather than filling in the blank, I'm not able to think about what I'm saying. Anyhow, it's been that way for 10 years now and I'm not looking to become a media whore.

Blogger tz March 25, 2016 12:20 PM  

@5 - Molyneux has mellowed out, or gained sense. I remember the "I can't think of a reason anyone would steal, so I'd just give up my property" from a few decades ago at LRC - I don't know if they early works are there, but I was shocked the author of the hard anarchist and the Molyneux of today are the same person.
I'm also a contributor - he is one of the few who can challenge me to think.
He's truth above all, and has become practical.
John C Wright would also make a good discussion partner especially about anarcholibertarianism since Molyneux specifically addresses the Morlock and cultural problems, as well as Wright going from Atheist to Catholic via Aristotle and Aquinas - Lew Rockwell and Tom Woods are also hardcore Catholics. I say Catholics would be more interesting because it isn't just a rational philosophical approach to the bible, it is transubstantiation, confession, the really crazy mythological stuff.

But in general, he has become very practical. If Christians obey the NAP because of what he considers a myth, he finds it better than fellow atheists who tend to be progressives. I said truth, so he accepts the implications of the Bell Curve and feminism/SMV/MGTOW red pill and has some unique good detailed explanations.

Blogger tz March 25, 2016 12:23 PM  

The verbal tic is him trying to compress the torrential rapids of consciousness into a lower bandwidth version suitable for streaming.
The internet is great. Off-grid, no one can hear you stream.

Anonymous Jim Mortensen March 25, 2016 12:31 PM  

As someone who listened to Molyneaux for several years, the favourite analogy I have heard to describe he is that he is like a large nutritious and delicious sandwich with a nugget of shit right in the middle of it which completely taints all the other contents of the sandwich.
If you listen to any quantity of what he has to say you realise that he values winning in the moment and appearing to have all the answers to actually over any real substance or credibility. You put a few of his videos together and he completely contradicts himself, also all his magical solutions have some ??? steps which he always sidesteps addressing that renders them wonderful theories but completely pointless.
This may seem a very harsh point so ill keep it subjective - from my point of view he appears to hang around the edges of several different alternate philosophy circles, hoping to get the attention of newcomers who have been thoroughly disillusioned by the mainstream, but who are still mentally vulnerable as a result of the cognitive dissonance this has caused.
There are many different people online who have put a lot of effort into pointing out the hypocrisy and dodgy nature of Stefan, a great example would be Diana Davidson and John the Other, but if you don't care for that pair there are plenty of others.
In the end though make up your own minds, he does have some interesting content (I enjoy watching him for debate technique/to strengthen my own ideas that contradict his) but please go in with your eyes open about the linguistic chicanery he is want to indulge in.

Blogger Franz March 25, 2016 12:35 PM  

Not applicable. She clearly didn't recognize me.

Ah, ok. Thanks for the clarification.

Do you remember in which towns you toured then? Mid 90ies, I spent a year on exchange at Iowa State Univ., and watched plenty of bands in Ames and Des Moines. Some rather disorganised, so offered our house we rented to the guys. Chatted with a fun smallish band called Monster Magnet, they became quite popular later on in the 2000's.

Fun times.

Blogger Titus Quinctius Cincinnatus March 25, 2016 12:37 PM  

Steve Molyneux...is that the guy who did the Populous games back in the day?

Blogger Moor March 25, 2016 12:40 PM  

I hold no illusions that you're interested in media whoredom, I wouldn't be a regular reader if you were, but addressing a distracting verbal tick is hardly akin to "selling out".

I understand, of course, that you do not speak publicly for a living, and that doing so is largely of byproduct of your other endeavors, but slowing down that fraction of a second in order to address the verbal tick would make your interviews that much more effective. Perhaps you have simply calculated that your public engagements are sufficiently effective in their current form, and I would agree.

Blogger tz March 25, 2016 12:43 PM  

@14 - The largest contradiction I've found so far is his "magic as madness" like his analysis of Frozen which is a very interesting take, but he also follows Thomas Szasz view that "Madness" doesn't really exist. I would be curious about how he reconciles these.
I think Stephan is still discovering some aspects on several issues, so when coming from two different directions can come up with two different views and would need a synthesis when he gets around to it - Anarcholibertarianism is a great ideal, but isn't achieveable with a lot of statists or Islamists around, so how to keep your principles but escape slavery?
The neat thing is he is a great intellect combined with the will to act on it - he doesn't believe in IP so all his works are freely available.
As an Atheist, he acts on his beliefs far more consistently than the huge majority of Christians.

Anonymous LurkingPuppy March 25, 2016 12:58 PM  

Titus Quinctius Cincinnatus wrote:Steve Molyneux...is that the guy who did the Populous games back in the day?

The game designer was/is Peter Molyneux.

Blogger Aeoli Pera March 25, 2016 12:58 PM  

This is a great surprise.

Blogger Nick S March 25, 2016 12:58 PM  

Good interview. It reinforced my conclusion that none of your positions should be at all controversial. As far as I'm concerned, it's fairly pedestrian common sense stuff for the most part.

I think it must be your uncanny ability to frame your arguments in the most creatively abrasive ways that lead to so much butt-hurt consternation.

Anonymous kfg March 25, 2016 1:01 PM  

" . . .a distracting verbal tick is hardly akin to "selling out"."

It isn't a question of selling out, it's a question of return on investment: what does he gain for the effort involved.

Blogger Aeoli Pera March 25, 2016 1:02 PM  

You two have uncanny fashion sense.

Blogger VD March 25, 2016 1:08 PM  

Perhaps you have simply calculated that your public engagements are sufficiently effective in their current form, and I would agree.

You give me too much credit. Actual conversation between Michael, Stefan's producer and me, 10 minutes prior to start.

VD: This is just audio, right?
MdM: We'd prefer video if you have a web cam.
VD: $#%@!
MdM: What's wrong?
VD: I'll be right back. I have to find some clothes.

Anonymous Dave March 25, 2016 1:27 PM  

Ya know, I thought that's the first thing media whores do is get undressed, ya know what I mean?

Anonymous #8601 Jean Valjean March 25, 2016 1:30 PM  

The topic of feminism really seemed to ignite Stefan.

Blogger Franz March 25, 2016 1:30 PM  

You two have uncanny fashion sense.

Like brothers. Same hair (well...), similar shape, similar beard, same shirt. Spitting image.

Blogger Aeoli Pera March 25, 2016 1:32 PM  

Lol, somebody freaking punched a horse? That is too much.

Blogger Aeoli Pera March 25, 2016 1:35 PM  

I can't stop laughing about that. Who punches a horse?

Blogger Nick S March 25, 2016 1:57 PM  

Aeoli Pera wrote:I can't stop laughing about that. Who punches a horse?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O8cDfnQD0ws

Blogger White Devil March 25, 2016 2:37 PM  

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Blogger Aeoli Pera March 25, 2016 2:58 PM  

Wonderful interview, and postedjust as I was sitting down to sew a giant hole in a pair of pants. And thank you for the culture Nick S.

Blogger Franz March 25, 2016 3:09 PM  

You two have uncanny fashion sense.

Like brothers. Same hair (well...), similar shape, similar beard, same shirt. Spitting image.

Blogger tz March 25, 2016 3:11 PM  

@28 A confused cowpuncher.

Anonymous Rocco March 25, 2016 3:11 PM  

It's about time, have thought for a while this would be a good fit.

Clicking on the link now.

Anonymous theblondbeast March 25, 2016 3:16 PM  

Even Nietzsche had pity on horses.

OpenID aew51183 March 25, 2016 4:02 PM  

Good interview.

To refresh your memory about 4chan.
It was "m00t", and he was caught dating a chick and going to XOXOFest with her. It's obvious he cucked out his own site.

Blogger SamuraiJack March 25, 2016 4:07 PM  

That was great. I am jealous of that throne of a chair you have. I was disappointed that i couldn't see the mountain of skulls though. You should do more interviews. I think you would be great on Gavin Mcinnes show

Anonymous DissidentRight March 25, 2016 4:18 PM  

There is a lot of documentation on the culty nature of Molyneux and Freedomain Radio.

FDR Liberated intro - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-TPwjUmS7Vw
Clip from sky news - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FfGgecBdvGI
Molyneux on defooing - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SZASruN-mIA
Comments from an ex-FDR member - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=odh5KEK8dbs

Anonymous TS March 25, 2016 4:31 PM  

"Glad to see you and Stefan joining up to discuss issues; he's a great guy." - Second that.

Awesome VD Mr.Molyneux has alot of good material out there.

Blogger Scott C March 25, 2016 4:57 PM  

Jack Welch had a verbal tic too, so you're in good company.

Blogger Scott C March 25, 2016 4:59 PM  

The only thing I'd advise you to stop doing is refer to personal anecdotes. They don't really demonstrate anything, except that you like to talk about yourself.

Blogger Mussorgsky112 March 25, 2016 5:10 PM  

@DissidentRight
His whole, "I'm for criticism and free speech, you can use clips of my videos, now I'm going to sue you for doing just that," lawsuit against TruShibes was the final straw for me. I had problems with him before but a fellow anarchist using "the gun in the room" (his term for state power) to silence a critic is indefensible.

Blogger VD March 25, 2016 5:34 PM  

The only thing I'd advise you to stop doing is refer to personal anecdotes. They don't really demonstrate anything, except that you like to talk about yourself.

And we have today's "spot the Gamma" winner. So predictable.

Anonymous DC (#sqrt(-1)) March 25, 2016 5:44 PM  

Great back and forth with Stefan; I enjoyed it a lot. I find I don't agree with some of Stefan's positions, but he does a great job in his "truth about.." videos and IMHO has demonstrated rigor and a commitment to telling the truth that I respect.

Agree with others that either having you on again, along with John C. Wright would be Quality Time...

Blogger Were-Puppy March 25, 2016 5:44 PM  

@29 Aeoli Pera
I can't stop laughing about that. Who punches a horse?
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https://i.imgflip.com/117v2n.jpg

Anonymous DissidentRight March 25, 2016 5:45 PM  

@43

The real problem is what he (tried) to silence his critics for.

Namely, to cover up his core teaching that "all parents are evil and it was impossible to be a good parent before I invented moral parent" + defooing + his manipulation of impressionable and/or depressed young omegas/gammas into defooing + the suffering experienced by their families as a result + the experiences of such "converts" after they eventually leave FDR.

Blogger Krul March 25, 2016 6:19 PM  

Aeoli Pera wrote:I can't stop laughing about that. Who punches a horse?

Conan

Anonymous Philalethes March 25, 2016 6:30 PM  

Very much enjoyed both interviews. Two and a half hours out of my day is a lot, but it was worth it for some calm reason and humor on the events of the day.

Now back to watching #CruzSexScandal. 6:30pm EDT, still not a word about it at Drudge (odd considering how he got his start...), though Breitbart has finally decided they have to acknowledge the story.

Been a fun day.

Blogger praetorian March 25, 2016 7:23 PM  

It was very refreshing to hear an superintelligence admit that he didn't understand some books the first time through.

Blogger tz March 25, 2016 7:51 PM  

I'm glad many time zones separated you two during the interview. All that brainpower in a confined space would be seriously dangerous.

Anonymous BGKB March 25, 2016 8:08 PM  

The only thing I'd advise you to stop doing is refer to personal anecdotes. The fact you have been in the military and worked in inner city hospitals for years, but never meet a black as smart as seen on TV is just bad luck.

Aeoli Pera I can't stop laughing about that. Who punches a horse?

Usually when you think about Mexicans and women/donkey the image that comes up is not an ugly tranny.

Blogger Norlick March 25, 2016 8:29 PM  

his core teaching that "all parents are evil and it was impossible to be a good parent before I invented moral parent"...

That's all just slander based on quote mining. I know, not hard to find on the internet.

Anonymous dissidentright March 25, 2016 8:52 PM  

@norlick

Um. No.

OpenID denektenorsk March 25, 2016 8:55 PM  

Supreme Dark Lord,

Dave Rubin (of the Rubin Report) would give you a fair shake too. That is, if you wanted to chat about the Hugos.

Blogger tz March 25, 2016 9:19 PM  

When you have consumed intellectual poison, the anecdote is the fastest cure.

His parenting strategies are one of the most interesting things. My parents followed what he suggested. I'd like a parenthood talk between SM and Tom Woods who has I think 6 daughters to his one, and is Catholic to his Atheist.

Blogger Aeoli Pera March 25, 2016 9:23 PM  

Dear diary, today I learned so much about punching horses that I'm thinking about writing a Wiki.

Should have known though, it's the Ilk :-).

Blogger LP9 Forever Solidified in Gold! Rin Integra S.I.G. March 25, 2016 9:29 PM  

Great, currenlty listening.

Molyneux's analysis on the vile, warped Disney film Frozen is required listening. I appreciate his youtube channel, he reminds of a Roy Masters or Steve Quayle, someone easy to hear at great lengths.

Anonymous DissidentRight March 25, 2016 10:46 PM  

@53

Follow up, Norlick. Dunno if you are a regular commenter here or a Molly troll or both, but Molly’s view of parents is easily verifiable both in his black-hearted writings, his podcasts, and in the comments of people who defooed, became close to Molly, but later abandoned the FDR community. (Molly, of course, defooed and also convinced his wife to defoo.)

On Truth: The Tyranny of Illusion is a good place to start, since basically the message of the book is how horrible parents are. For example, p37:
This is the knowledge that we have, but hate and fear.

We know that the people who claim to love us know precious little about us, and nothing at all about love.

We know that the people who claim to love us make this claim in order to create obligations within us.

We know that the people who claim to love us make this claim in order to control us.

And they know it too.


Page 42: When our parents tell us that they love us, they are in fact demanding that we provide for them. […] In other words, our parents spend an enormous amount of energy convincing us that they “love” us in order to create artificial obligations within us. In doing so, they take a terrible risk – and force us to make an even more terrible choice.
The book goes on and on and on and on like this.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yVH-ObELOUo

If you want to look for the abuse of power within your life look at those who commanded your life when you were young and get those people out of your life […] There is no capacity for the non-abuse of power in modern culture and in almost all cultures throughout history […] There’s no possibility that people can benevolently wield power, and by that I mean parental power, not political power. […] No parent can re-invent the missing history of rational philosophy and ethics sitting around while they are commuting and doing their job […] The capacity does not exist for the benevolent use of parental power […blah blah blah justification…] So parents aren’t going to be able to come up with the unravelling of all the mistakes and horrors and convolutions of modern moral philosophy […] If we continue to see our parents despite the fact that they have not been good to us then we are absolutely and unequivocally agreeing with and approving and sanctioning and rewarding the exercise of brute power without consequence […] I’ve talked a lot about parents as a whole but the primary chair of this despotic regime called the family is the mother

Blogger Joe Cavanaugh March 25, 2016 11:19 PM  

stay away from the douche molyneux. he spoked at avfm's first conference in 2014. he advocates cutting off your family and never speaking with your parents or siblings. he's a faux-philosopher with a weaksauce philosophy degree from some cheap canadian, publicly-funded university. he's a narcissist an opportunist and an overall attention-queen. nothing good can come from breaking bread with this guy.

Anonymous Jack Amok March 26, 2016 12:25 AM  

So here we are in the middle of a presidential campaign with a bombastic New York jerk running against a smarmy Cubo-Canadian with questionable tastes in mistresses, a batshit crazy old Boomer hag who's never been able to get anything right in her long career, a socialist mummy obviously embalmed before the Soviet Union fell (which is why he doesn't realize his ideas don't work - his brain was put in a jar in the 1980's), and batch of mopin' GOPes who can't even get traction with their own party.

And we want to veto who to listen to based on faults?

Everybody has faults. We're so used to declaring people beyond the pale because of their faults, we don't know how to evaluate strengths any longer.


Blogger Matt Hocking March 26, 2016 12:27 AM  

He's still atheist, but speaks highly positive of the church. He has turned very alt right in the last 2 years..

Blogger Josh March 26, 2016 12:50 AM  

nothing good can come from breaking bread with this guy.

Is he WORSE THAN HITLER?

Anonymous Wyrd March 26, 2016 1:31 AM  

Only Hitler is literally Hitler:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l_9Faxz1s5g

Blogger SciVo March 26, 2016 2:12 AM  

The only thing I'd advise you to stop doing is refer to personal anecdotes. They don't really demonstrate anything, except that you like to talk about yourself.

No, on his site, he's branding, which is good. It isn't the same for us because we're using his platform, which is a privelege.

Blogger Scott C March 26, 2016 4:18 AM  

No, on his site, he's branding, which is good.

I meant in the Molyneux interview. It's quite unnecessary to say that you're in the 99th percentile to show that IQ differences between groups are value-neutral (as he did in the David Pakman interview), or that you and your girlfriend had sports cars in high school to show how women use their wiles to get out of trouble.

Blogger SciVo March 26, 2016 5:17 AM  

Interviews are a distinction without a difference in the respect of platforming, and you have failed to address the rhetorical value of enhancing a distinct personal brand.

He literally just posted an article about that.

Blogger Scott C March 26, 2016 6:42 AM  

You're assuming that's his motive. He may not have a motive for doing that. He may do it unconsciously, or he may do it because he's a narcissist. I see no connecting between personal anecdotes and branding. His brand is based on his heterodox viewpoints and his particular way of analyzing things.

Anonymous DissidentRight March 26, 2016 9:40 AM  

@61

No. This is not about Molly’s faults. Everyone has faults. This is about the core of Molly’s teachings and what the core of the FDR community is and why Molly is not comfortable talking about it openly, let alone addressing the reports of people who’ve since left the FDR cult.

Molly (briefly) explaining to a caller why he didn’t kill his mother: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Ha4ea53UGI

Thunderf00t on Molly (section re: Molly covering up his wife's professional misconduct: re defooing on the Joe Rogan show at the beginning): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lN5OjzEfQmI

@63

No, but Molly has manipulated (what other word you would use, I don’t know) dozen(s?) of people into destroying their previous relationships so that they can find true “whatever” in the FDR community.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3204512/He-s-taught-hate-Mother-s-horror-online-cult-brainwashed-teenage-son-cutting-ties-claimed-evil.html

The podcast where Molly speaks with Tom, plus hostile analysis is here. http://www.fdrliberated.com/freedomain-radio-destructive-cult-part-3/

Blogger ZDeath March 26, 2016 10:12 AM  

I think the concerns of vile cultishness coming from Stefan Molyneux, can be understood best by reading "The Origins of War In Child Abuse." If you know that your child will be in a war, you boost their survival chances by not sparing the rod; of course child abuse is going to be as rampant as he claims.

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Blogger Josh March 26, 2016 11:57 AM  

Scott C,

Really, who the fuck cares?

Anonymous Jack Amok March 26, 2016 2:31 PM  

No. This is not about Molly’s faults. Everyone has faults. This is about the core of Molly’s teachings...

Oh, was that what the interview was about? I thought it was about SJWs Always Lie. I must be behind on my dog whistles.

Do you suppose it says something that the Alt Right is drawing in people from such disparate backgrounds that Vox Day and Stefan Molyneux can find nearly two hours of stuff to agree on?

Anonymous DissidentRight March 26, 2016 4:27 PM  

@73

Oh, was that what the interview was about? I thought it was about SJWs Always Lie.

No. It was. It’s my complaints that aren’t about Molly’s faults.

Do you suppose it says something that the Alt Right is drawing in people from such disparate backgrounds that Vox Day and Stefan Molyneux can find nearly two hours of stuff to agree on?

Heh, heh. They were agreeing about SJWAL. Not hard unless you're a SJW or a cuckservative. But I think if Molly wanted Vox Day (or anyone!) to interview him about literally any of his own philosophical works, the outcome would be different. Vox Day is an especially good example of how the Alt Right thrives on openness, telling the truth, and tanking attacks head on. The few times Molly has been publicly called out (maybe the only real example is when Joe Rogan interviewed him?), he lied to defend himself and his wife.

OpenID denektenorsk March 26, 2016 10:25 PM  

Master,

As a game dev (oh, identity politics!) thank you for calling out the absurdity of Depression Quest getting ANY coverage at all.

If that tripe is review worthy perhaps they'd like to look at some of the games I transcribed out of a book onto my C=64 when I was a wee lad in junior high. I assure you, they have the same quality.

Blogger tz March 26, 2016 11:52 PM  

You have to break some bread to make an argument.

Molyneux cult = Rand cult?

Blogger tz March 26, 2016 11:53 PM  

Molly knows!

Blogger freddy March 27, 2016 1:54 AM  

Regarding personal insightful stories, the groupie chick who thought you a nerd the next day at the soon to be targeted Great Mall, so true. The female mind in particlular unbridled context, simply unfathomable into the depths of raging contradiction.

Blogger LP9 Forever Solidified in Gold! Rin Integra S.I.G. March 27, 2016 3:08 AM  

It is really encouraging to hear not caring about every little thing. I guess with age, we care less about the nullsense. While women care its liberating to hear its ok to not care about the irrational pull of the gift. A little girl turns down grannys gifts and granny goes nuts, the little girl can stand her ground and say no, she does not want to accept the dodads.

While many remain on their own side disengage let the talk heat up, perhaps turn up the heat on the talkers but overall ignore pleas and cries. Stay on objective observation mode and observe human behavior.

Again leave the men alone, I dont understand what or why women must invade mens spaces when as Vox stated they have zero interest in it.

ASL is for and by men. What worries me about the industry are men caving to women or sjw's utterly oddball requests ruining games for a small percent of us who want to play the computer or console era's prior to what we think is modern or even medieval.

I didn't know that gamers define another actual community, this is a important issue I totally glossed over while believing something totally else. Hilarious if not completely unaware. Once again I totally confused an issue for over a year, it took an interview on SJWAL to get the basic point.

Gaming remains a billion dollar industry, when financial papers attacked and denounced gaming without even looking at profits, sales and why people have the internet. For the most part, according to a tech pal at comcast, many console and computer gamers have the internet for video games not so much Facebook or email or even current events.

Isolating men from men is evil, its a henhouse move. I wish I would have used the terms, "hey mom's sister your search for social dominance is over, you win," instead of fretting over henhouse nullsense.

For example, Dark Souls 2 was over the top in womens clothing which sparked more cosplay. The most reasonable pvps were men, they offered heal time or halted heals or allowed for stamina rebuild. The very few, few girls playing DS2 were brutal invaders, brutal and brooding upon victory.

Nope the social gender justice jihad is total nullsense, keep on using the corps, we will or I will remove my consent and refuse them a sale.

Saw Megyn Kellys GQ spread or photo op, Melania's was better. Why did Megyn cut her hair? She stated she was crying one night, very late after a painfully long work day, crying about what would happen if she hurt her leg and was out of work for a few months.

Blogger Sevron March 27, 2016 1:35 PM  

Stefan has some stupid ideas- childish belief in the NAP as some kind of substitute for God-based morality, thinks that somebody who isn't completely opposed to taxation of any sort wants you dead and should be cut out of your life, and other retarded libertarian shit- but he's a pretty clear thinker on the dangers of the Left. Good interview, Vox.

Anonymous DaTruth March 29, 2016 2:16 PM  

Let me leave this here: http://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/news/local/trump-aide-charged-with-misdemeanor-battery-on-ex-/nqtkY/

Blogger John S March 29, 2016 4:01 PM  

Here it is, several days late and a dollar short. Hopefully not too late for anyone to read. I finally listened to the interview, and it was pretty good. Interesting and entertaining throughout. I'm looking forward to your next one with Stephan.


On to a few minor critiques:


* I would disregard the complaints about using “ums and uhhs”. Being more of a discussion than a formal interview, that kind of thing should be expected.


* However, the audio quality on your end of Skype was echo-y as hell. For shame dude, and you a musician too. Cheap and easy suggestion: have a minion make some sinister looking wall hangings or banners to dress up your lair, and maybe throw an area rug down… no more echo. Bonus points if you get a decent external microphone.


I was surprised that Molyneux didn't stop you when you mentioned your realization that free trade wasn't all it's cracked up to be, and start reciting lolbertarian boilerplate at you. Was he just being polite? Maybe he wasn't following that part. It would be fun to hear you two bat this subject around.


As to Molyneux’s assertions of pretty much everybody's parents doing it wrong until he came along to show us the way… you guys have a good point here. I've always found that both presumptuous and autisticly cold. You had a kid without getting a phd in developmental psychology beforehand? Irresponsible!


I think his perspective is likely heavily influenced by being raised by a legit crazy bitch single mother. He's told stories of how she'd flip out over some triviality and start beating the shit out of him and his brother. One vivid description: at around 6 years old, he displeased her in some manner, and she started slamming his head into a doorframe until he nearly lost consciousness. That kind of stuff is going to leave a lasting impression on anyone.


Also, dude was in therapy for years and recommends it to virtually every caller. I'm skeptical of therapy’s efficacy, but I don't know what else you can do if you're trying to overcome abuse?


And a last item I've noticed: I guess Molyneux has always had detractors (for good reason, as noted above), but left-libertarian poo-flinging really kicked into high gear once Stephan started devoting more time to looking at feminism and racial iq differences.


I think these types are basically cultural marxists that don't want to pay taxes. More than a few are either sympathetic to, or actually are pedophiles as well. Fucking degenerates, basically.

For a right wing libertarian take on the damage these polyamorous pothead losers are doing to libertarianism, you might want to check out Chris Cantwell's Radical Agenda Channel on YouTube, if you can tolerate a LOT of profanity. Dude's from NY, and naturally uses “fuck” as punctuation. Lot of lulz to be had anyway…

Here's his "libertarian case for Donald Trump"

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=W3SQqgaJ7fg

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