I'm absolutely enjoy his show. He is a generic Libertarian that rejects the notion of voting. I disagree with a lot of his view points because he is an atheist and I'm a Reformed Christian. He does movie reviews and talk about different things and not always talking about politics, which is a big plus. He does a free show on the Lolberts but he does have a Patreon page and charge $1/month for full access. The podcast that he does is mostly unedited podcast and I really enjoy that type of podcast, where he is very unhinge and does not care what so ever. He was one of the people that took a massive dump on Adam Kokesh and telling everyone that he is very scammy. Which I'm greatful for that. I might have gotten out of it eventually but because of some of his episodes of the podcasts in January of 2018, that quicken the pace for me to dumb Adam Kokesh. I most likely had to stand by my principles harder if it weren't for Jim pointing out the poop that Adam Kokesh was promoting. Anyways, this is one of my favorite podcasts right now because he doesn't edit or care but he does it frequently (trying every day for at least a year). I took the time to podcast binge and started with the first few episodes that he ever did with the Lolberts brand. I did skip around but I did listen to his first ones then skipped a few years to the current. Jim does use swear words and is a bit vulgar at times but he does post good content in terms of being a general libertarian.
Here is Jim Jesus' websites:
Thanks for reading my review of this libertarian podcast, that I personally enjoy! Have a blessed day!
Donation - paypal.me/TerenceSKrugerJr
I will be making a trip down to Kenosha, Wisconsin, soon! I will post it through the "TSKJR Adventures" page after everything is said and done! I will post pictures and maybe a video about my adventure down to Kensoha, Wisconsin. This would be my first public trip, so I'm looking forward to the challenge of posting pictures and maybe a video!
Voluntaryism is a very simplistic philosophy that advocates a Voluntaryist society through Voluntary means. It rejects all notion of state action. Governments should be privatized and only have authority through contractual agreements. This means a person who owns 100 acres can in fact create his/her own town and has authority over that piece of land. Only he/she can create the rules and regulations that is within the boarders of the land.
What is a possible out come with this type of scenario? City states. Much like the Greek City states, these city states will own land justly aquired land and will be able to set up policies that reflects its values. In theory, there would be a very Christianized City State, Atheistic City State, Jewish City State and what not. The idea is that no one is forcing anybody to do anything. One can live in a city of their liking. Right now, it is almost impossible to have a Voluntaryist society on land because most of the land in the world is controlled by governments or it is inhabitable.
It is possible to be sea bound in a Voluntaryist society. There are a couple of different ways a person can live in a stateless society. Live on a boat on international waters. Or build a floating city that floats in a geographical location. Right now, there is the Seasteading Institute that is working on building a floating city and have an economic zone that is within the boarders of the French Polynesia Islands. They have to sell it as a way to bring sustainable living. I don't care too much about the sustainable living because I value freedom more so than sustainable living. But they have to sell it as a way to live sustainable (or at least much as one can). They have to pull the green card, which is fine because most governments are in favor of being "green." And not being anarchist, which is a goal for many of the founders would like to see society go towards, but most governments aren't in favor of being anarchist. Which means they have less power over people. Most governments love to have more power over its people. Really when one thinks about this, the politicians are essientally trying to play "God" in the lives of the individuals. A lot of people either believe or act in such a way that the government is their god and the politicians knows what is best for the individual. Even if the individual wants to do something else if it falls outside of the boundries of what is acceptable they run the risk of being jailed.
Now some of these practices don't require force. Like the homosexual movement, it is fine if one wants to be a homosexual but back before the early 2000s they are shun by society and a lot of states had laws that goes up against homosexual lifestyle. I do not advocating any such force. The reason why I bring up the homosexual issue is because I don't like that lifestyle and it is a very un-Godly lifestyle that does bring judgement to that person who is a practicing homosexual. But I can't use force to force my will upon anyone even if it is homosexual lifestyle one wants to pursue in life. Yes, I'm against homosexuality but I'm not going to force my will upon others.
Here is another argument. If the state can regulate homosexual lifestyle then they can regulate the Christian lifestyle. I don't want the state to regulate my lifestyle and I have to be consistent in this approach otherwise I'm a hypocrite and arrogant. My issue is the use of force. I don't want to force anybody to do anything. This one of the reasons why I'm a Voluntaryist.
Now, I came to this conclusion of Volutnaryism as a philosophy that I can hold because I was a Libertarian for the longest time from 2008 to 2016. I did vote in the 2016 elections and after reflection of the election (in USA). In the first quarter or so, I had to come to grips with the fact that politics is not the answer to our society problems. As a Reformed minded Christian, I know the answer isn't politics but I thought it was a good answer to problems that are pressing issues. But I made the switch from January to March of 2017 to Voluntaryism. And its been more than a year of my "conversion" from a political Libertarian to a non-political libertarian aka, Voluntaryism. I don't agree with many of the Voluntaryists out their on various issues simply because I'm very much a Reformed minded Baptist Christian aka, the John MacArthur from Grace to You, type. My religious convictions are mostly align with John MacArthur than a lot of other American preachers. Anyways, that is where I'm coming from!
Thanks for reading! Have a blessed day!
Donation - Paypal.Me/TerenceSKrugerJr
I really enjoy the YouTube Channel called "Ten Minute History." I have found that these videos are great to learn about various histories about different nations and people groups. The idea is to spark interest in a particular history topic, that one wants to get into. Sure, it is very short and it isn't meant to be a exhaustive study of history. It is target market is mainly students but as well those who are interested in learning about the big events of history. Now, if one wants to dive deeper into a particular nation's history and try to learn almost everything about it, this channel isn't for that person.
It is a bit childish in terms of the graphic but it is pleasant to listen to it because one doesn't need to watch it to get the information. All in all, I would give this a good 8 out of 10 review rating. I am subscribed to the YouTube Channel. I do like it. Also, it does have a Patreon Account but no actual website, or at least it doesn't advertise it on its channel or videos.
YouTube Channel Link - www.youtube.com/channel/UC22BdTgxefuvUivrjesETjg
Thanks for reading this review, I will do various reviews of different things such as YouTube Channels, Personalities, Books, Websites and what not. Have a Blessed Day!
Donation - paypal.me/TerenceSKrugerJr
MeWe is one of the best social media platforms. MeWe is centered towards the user and they avoid selling information to advertisers, because there are no advertisers. They state that they won't sell the users info. Now, in terms of how they make money is that the user's first 8GB worth of data is free but after that, one has to start paying for the storage.
Here is the break down:
0GB to 8GB is Free
8GB to 50GB is $4.99/Month
50GB to 100GB is $9.99/Month
100GB to 500GB is $19.99/Month
They make it easy to download one's content.
This is a much better social media platform than Facebook. Facebook has gotten stupider over the years. Facebook and Google has been supressing people's content, in which I will defend their right to do that but I don't like them to do that because of the issue of Freedom of Speech. I value Freedom of Speech and I will defend other people's right of speech. Sure the government can't suppress Freedom of Speech but companies like Facebook and Google can and they have the right to. But I don't want to be associated with a platform that is anti freedom of speech. I limit my self of Google as much as I can and I only post stuff about MeWe/Steemit on Facebook. I like MeWe and Steemit. MeWe is much user friendly but Steemit isn't user friendly and it is going to take years to get to the current MeWe's user friendliness.
That being said, as much as I like MeWe and Steemit, it doesn't beat having one own's website. If you own the website one does have a lot more freedom with the content and the look of the website instead of a platform like MeWe or Steemit. These two social media platforms are good for those who are concern about being suppressed.
Thanks for reading this, have a blessed day!
Donation - https://www.paypal.me/TerenceSKrugerJr
Terence S. Kruger (Jr.) is all about bringing a Christ Centered Libertarian Philosophy to the world.