Smothering the State w/ Agorist Action ft. Jose Galison Ep. 158

by | Mar 15, 2021

Jose Galison returns to the show to discuss Agorism in action. We also discuss the Neocon Twitter wars, Tower Gang!, the culture war, and what it means to be a man in today’s society.

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Show Notes:

The Agorist Primer

Agorist Class Theory

New Libertarian Manifesto

Teenager Escapes Communist Romania, Warns the US is NEXT Ep. 143 (Carmen Alexe)

Pete Quiñones on a multifaceted approach to politics and culture
(Blackbird w/ James Jenneman)

Jose Galison’s side hustle is the cat’s meow (Blackbird w/ James Jenneman)

Lessons from the Top 5 Regrets of the Dying Ep. 135 Liberty Weekly Podcast

No Way, Jose!: Episode 27- Military Culture w/ Shane Hazel

DEBATE NIGHT! Youtuber Vs Youtuber! Kevin Castley Vs Keith Knight – Don’t Tread On Anyone

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