Agora: The PodcastDec 02, 2023
Agora #87: Women of Anarchism - Ali
Ali, from Twitter and our prison abolition episode, joins us to talk about her story, schooling politics, her advocacy, and more.
Agora Podcast: Into the Void #10
We're back talking about punk rock and metal, a meta-conversation on the history of Libertarianism, John Locke, democratic liberalism, the Black Death, and a lot more
Agora Podcast: Into the Void #9
In this installment, we talk about sonic technology and harmonics, rain dances, more on Jewish history and Judaism within Judaism, anarchism as a minority viewpoint, and a whole lot more.
Agora Podcast: Into the Void #8
In this fun-filled discussion we touch on education and young adulthood; metal music; and pacifism, violence, and the morality of self-defense.
Agora #86: Women of Anarchism - Anarchy Farms & Ohana
In both a continuation of our series and a change of pace, Sek records on location with Anarchy Farms about coming up as a Dead Head and in the rave scene, getting into homesteading, and the challenges that she's faced as woman in some scenes. Ohana jumps in towards the end.
Bonus content: Old Punks Never Die; They Just Move to the Back -- A Biography of Paul Cripple, pt. 2
Part 2 of our series on Paul Cripple of the legendary punk band Reagan Youth -- a video biography presented here in audio form. A project of The Agora Podcast.
Agora #85: Women of Anarchism - BJ Woods
Long-time friend of the show BJ comes on to talk about her story and how it relates to her path to liberty.
Agora Podcast: Into the Void #7
We come out with another great episode where we touch on vampires and other monsters, more on Jewish history, the World Wars, the real possibility of continued Nazi influence post-war, right-wing death squads, and tons more.
Agora #84: Women of Anarchism - Rachel Blackfyre
Rachel Blackfyre of the Liberation Caucus, comes onto the pod to talk about her peaceful parenting advocacy, her political journey, and her perspective as a woman anarchist.
Agora #83: Magnus
Our good friend checks in to give us updates on his lifestyle, recount lessons learned as an activist, and break down trends in the past five years of radical and anti-war politics.
Agora #82: Women of Anarchism - Ktron
Anarchist Ktron talks about her story on the latest installment of out WoA series.
Agora Podcast: Into the Void #6
Another absolute banger where we go into topics like alternative readings of history, and the modern history of the Jewish people, plus more.
Agora #81: Women of Anarchism - Jackie Kerouac
Another inspiring discussion with our friend, Jackie Kerouac, part of the Women of Anarchism series
UNLOCKED: April Q&A
Sek and Penguin have a lively discussion, now released to the public audience.
Bonus content: Old Punks Never Die; They Just Move to the Back -- A Biography of Paul Cripple, pt. 1
Part 1 of a series on Paul Cripple of the legendary punk band Reagan Youth -- a video biography presented here in audio form. A project of Agora Media.
Agora #80: Women of Anarchism - Rae
Friend-of-the show Rae joins us for another installment of our Women of Anarchism series.
Agora #79: Sheldon Richman
Libertarian writer and thought-leader Sheldon Richman joins to talk about his background, past and current trends in politics, left-libertarianism, optimism and pessimism, and a lot more
Agora #78: lslam & Ramadan
Ramadan, the annual religious observance of Muslims worldwide, is here. Penguin answers questions about Islam and the holy month.
Agora #77: Nick Pazuzu
Our exclusive interview with Nick from the death metal band, Tribe of Pazuzu.
Agora #76: Women of Anarchism - Resonance
Resonance joins us for a very special episode to inaugurate our open-ended "Women of Anarchism" series.
Agora Podcast: Into the Void #5
Brian Sovryn is back with a vengeance. We engage a long discussion on pickup trucks, consumer goods, the vibe shift in certain political scenes, the history of the Illuminati and elite studies in general, the bourgeois class, mysticism, and a lot more.
Sek McGora on "Declare Your Independence" with Ernie Hancock
Sek's appearance on "Declare Your Independence" with Ernie Hancock.
Agora #75: Kumo Krieger
Friend-of-the-pod Kumo rejoins us to talk about van life, low-cost living, time preference, anti-police protests, and a lot more.
Agora #74: Addiction & Recovery Panel
Listen to our panel discussion on addiction and recovery, featuring many past guests and friends of the pod!
Agora #73: Justin Glassman
Justin from Voluntaryism in Action joins us to talk about peaceful human interaction, crowdfunding for those in need, direct giving, and the possibilities for libertarian coordination in relief efforts and disaster relief.
Agora #72: The Twitter Files
Sek and Penguin tackle social media, state intervention, censorship, and propaganda.
Sek's Appearance on the "Let's Make Some Shit!" Podcast
Sek Mcgora talks about guerilla gardening on the "Let's Make Some Shit!" podcast, hosted by friends of the show Resonance and Rae. Be sure to check them out.
Agora #71: Jackie Kerouac
We have an enlightening discussion with Jackie Kerouac where we discuss self-reliance, community resilience, Covid lockdowns, and a lot more.
Agora #70: Jeremiah Harding
Join us as we talk with anarchist Jeremiah Harding, as we discuss conspiracy theories, the left versus right ideological battles, tension campaigns, propaganda, full-throated opposition to the warfare state, and a lot more.
Agora #69: Zach (Agora Mutualist)
We talk with Zach, formerly known as Immortal Nomad, now re-branded as Agora Mutualist, to talk about mental health, psychiatry, substance abuse, and the effects of environment and society on human well-being.
Agora #68: End-of-year Panel Discussion
Join us for our end-of-year and predictions panel podcast, featuring big-time friends of the show Dagorist & Rae, Rayo from The Vonu Podcast, Derrick Broze, and Keith McHenry from Food Not Bombs.
Agora #67: A Bonus December Episode
We recorded a special episode this month. In it, we discuss a bevy of subjects where we double down on our theories of decentralizing production and a peer-to-peer economy, talk about industries and specific examples, and answer a cool question from a friend of the pod, on counter-economy.
Agora #66: Drew Cook
This week we have on Drew Cook, a libertarian, founder of the Sober Caucus, and harm reduction activist. We go into a range of topics from his activism, the organizations he's founded, overdose reversals, fentanyl, libertarian attitudes towards the Drug War, and the nature of substance use under Prohibition.
Kevin Carson's "The Homebrew Industrial Revolution" Part XIV
Part XIV of Carson's important work, featuring friend-of-the-show Rae. This audio file includes the remainder of Chapter Seven.
Kevin Carson's "The Homebrew Industrial Revolution" Part XIII
Part XIII of Carson's important work, featuring friend-of-the-show Rae. This audio file includes the Chapter Seven, sections A-E.
Kevin Carson's "The Homebrew Industrial Revolution" Part XII
Part XII of Carson's important work, featuring friend-of-the-show Rae. This audio file includes the Chapter Six, sections E & F.
Kevin Carson's "The Homebrew Industrial Revolution" Part XI
Part XI of Carson's important work, featuring friend-of-the-show Rae. This audio file includes the Chapter Six, sections A-D.
Agora #65: Kumo
Friend-of-the-pod Kumo joins us to talk about his background and his journey to libertarian ideals from the Left, as well as two articles he recently wrote. In the first, Kumo discusses his response to and critique of the high-tech, hypercapitalist, dystopian setting of the anime series "Cyberpunk: Edgerunners". In the second, he uses the animated film, "Kiki's Delivery Service" to write about the ups and downs one experiences as a self-employed person or small-scale entrepeneur.
Agora Podcast: Into the Void #4
We get Brian Sovryn to delve into his ideas of the tripartite nature of reality, and talk about about all sorts of topics including little green men.
A Critique of Social Democracy
Penguin recorded some bonus content in the form of an audio essay that's now being released to the general public. In it, he takes social democratic and socialist ideas seriously as a competitor ideology, and explains why the idea of mass democracy and centralization are flawed attempts at addressing the systemic flaws of the status quo.
Kevin Carson's "The Homebrew Industrial Revolution" Part X
Part X of Carson's important work, featuring friend-of-the-show Rae. This audio file includes the remainder of Chapter Five.
Kevin Carson's "The Homebrew Industrial Revolution" Part IX
Part IX of Carson's important work, featuring friend-of-the-show Rae. This audio file includes the first two sections of Chapter Five.
Agora #64: The Cathedral
You may have heard people mention the "Cathedral" or engage in discourse on the term. What does it mean? What is its origin? Does the concept have any validity, or parallels, or better alternative explanations? We discuss this topic and related ones in this episode.
Agora #63: Sedition, Subversion, and Sabotage
Agora #62: The Road to Autonomy
Silas Soule and Jackie Kerouac from The Road to Autonomy Magazine (https://rtamagazine.com/) join us to talk about the magazine, the origin of their project, nomadic ways of living and making a living, planting seeds, and possible downsides of and hazards of mass public gardening.
Agora #61: October Q&A
Join the fellas, along with Dagorist, Rae, and jerky merchant BJ, for a long discussion on Sovereign Citizens, guerilla gardening, and plants generally. Get a taste of our Patreon Q&A content, where you can become a patron and participate yourself.
Agora #60: A Secret Third Thing
The guys discuss a bevy of topics, including the Left's embrace of centralization, social democracy, the failures of progressive liberalism, the rise of nationalist populism and potentially fascist-adjacent governments, neo-reaction, and the aesthetics of "woke" neoliberalism. A real banger of an episode ...
Agora #59: Food Panel
Our full panel discussion on the topic, "Food as a Weapon" discussing the intersection of food and liberation. Hosted by Sek McGora. Featuring Penguin, Rae from the Let's Make Some Shit podcast, Shane from The Vonu Podcast, Keith McHenry from Food Not Bombs, author nutrition advocate BJ Woods, Brian and Ellen Sovryn, and friend-of-the-pod Djoom.
Unlocked: Sek's Shorts -- Guerilla Gardening
Sek narrates a short explanation of guerilla gardening -- something anyone can try
Agora #58: Gary Chartier
The legendary anarchist writer and intellectual Gary Chartier joins us to talk about market anarchism, the preference for non-hierarchical organizations, social change and revolution, the viability of commons-based production, and the importance of the market form.