Autonomy Through Agorism

[PODCAST] #319: Autonomy Through Agorism (Part 5) – Bitcoin’s Path To Greatness

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadAGORISM - Mattheus von Guttenburg joins me in the studio to resume our exploration of agorism. Mattheus is a writer for Bitcoin Magazine, Mises.org and EconomicThought.net, and he is here to discuss the past, present and future of Bitcoin. Discussed: -HISTORY: What did fiat currency do to the world in the 20th century? -Bitcoin and agorism: Agorism usually thought of on the small scale, but now international trade is possible on an individual level -Bitcoin’s assets – transparency, speed, reliability, and privacy -how agorism develops around the world, necessity -how much capital moves through agorist markets on a global scale? The Pac-Man analogy: Mattheus recently wrote in The Path To Greatness: "Bitcoin is Pacman. ...

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Podcast #289: Autonomy Through Agorism (Part 4) – Permaculture Connections to The Trivium, The NAP and The Practice of Living Purposefully

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadJamin and I discuss how the Trivium method relates to Permaculture. Also covered: composting methods, Permaculture Principles, Permaculture Ethics, connections to the Non-Aggression Principle, connections to NVC, connections to the practice of living purposefully, Input-Process-Output Do you have questions? Please submit them in the comments. Bumper Music: "Paradise City" (Instrumental Cover) - Karl Golden "Moth" - moe. Look Closer: Jamin's Group - Agora et Agricola: the market and farm. - https://www.facebook.com/groups/1931500123655775/ Agorism Resources - http://agorism.info/ Design Principles of Permaculture - http://www.fincatresanillos.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/designprinciples.jpg Paul Wheaton, permies.com - http://www.permies.com/ Permaculture Design Principles Expansion - http://permacultureprinciples.com/principles/

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Podcast #286: Autonomy Through Agorism (Part 3) – Permaculture Mail Bag and Barnyard Aftershow

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadFirst I read some emails from listeners regarding the first two shows in this series (full text below, with links). Then we'll switch to a recent After School Sucks Special where Baxter, Osborne and I discuss -Pig slaughter skill sets -Causes of food waste -chicken tractors -Paddock-shift systems -juicing vs. blending -chickens like eating eggs? -making a low-carb/paleo shake -composting -small-scale chicken-keeping -factory farm eggs -exciting new ways to consume eggs -grass- and grain-fed beef -supplements and protein Look Closer: Agorism Resources - http://agorism.info/ Design Principles of Permaculture - http://www.fincatresanillos.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/designprinciples.jpg Geoff Lawton - http://www.geofflawton.com/ Salatin: Everything He Wants to Do is Illegal - http://www.motherearthnews.com/homesteading-and-livestock/joel-salatin-interview.aspx#axzz31mpRyYjJ Permaculture Design Principles Expansion - http://permacultureprinciples.com/principles/ Emails: Hello Brett, I've ...

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Podcast #283: Autonomy Through Agorism (Part 2) – Permaculture Scaled Up and Scaled Down

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadJamin, Karen and I discuss how they developed their interest and expertise in Permaculture. We cover how they scaled their operation up from modest beginnings on a small plot of rented land in a densely populated area to the 12+ acre homestead they have today. We also scale down to strategies for a small, affordable first-time garden grown in less-than-optimal conditions. Jamin's Notes: "We are a family of four with one on the way, working to live a lifestyle with more individual autonomy. Following the principals of permaculture and natural law. The desire for more individual autonomy, to opt out of of financing our own enslavement, and to be less dependent on the systems ...

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Podcast #280: Autonomy Through Agorism (Part 1) – Why Permaculture?

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadJamin and I discuss how agorism, permaculture and the Philosophy of Liberty work together. Jamin's Notes: Why would somebody want to do this? Your efforts will be rewarded. You will have spent less money and time buying food. Less money will go to commercial farming that is heavily subsidized by stolen productivity. The time you spend will be truly working for yourself with the least amount of contribution to supporting the systems of domination possible. Providing for your own food perpetuates the counter economy by moving productivity out of the realm of the false economy and taxation and into the agora. When paired with barter and alternative currency it exponentially increases it's effectiveness as ...

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