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The Vonu Podcast

By Rayo

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Description

The Vonu Podcast is a podcast dedicated to the freedom strategy and philosophy called vonu. Vonu is an awkward contraction of the words "VOluntary Not vUlnerable" and is premised around becoming as invulnerable to the coercion of the State and the servile society as humanly possible. This is done by way of radical lifestyle changes, including: van nomadism, wilderness vonu, minimalist sailboating, country shopping, off-grid homesteading, crypto-anarchism, and much more. Join us as we investigate alternative paths to increased personal freedom. Visit the website for more information, free books/resources, and more! https://vonupodcast.com.

Customer Reviews

Excellent Podcast

I started listening to the Vonu Podcast after the Midwest Peace and Liberty Festival, where Kyle was one of the presenters.

I find Shane and Kyle very thought provoking in their advocacy of doing or taking action over endless philosophy. The two of them discuss philosophy, but they push people to actualize their philosophy to take it from the conceptual to the real. This is something that is missing in many jaw jackers who want to talk about how things outta be, but will never make a step towards upsetting the apple cart.

These two flipped the cart and I recommend listening because they do not pull punches regarding the “liberty movement” etc.

Very Thought Provoking

Another interesting libertarian point of view!

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