TVP Intermission #26: A Coercion-less World Is A Utopian Fantasy

On this episode of The Vonu Podcast, Jason and I test out the mobile hotspot here from the homestead.

I start by telling you where I am/how I got here, I provide you with an update on LUA Publications and Darklance, and we conclude with a discussion sparked by the recent killing of my friend and fellow crypto-anarchist, John Galton, in Acapulco, Mexico.



Throughout Rayo’s writings, he discussed the fact that a coercion-less world is a utopian dream. As long as human beings exist, there will always be fraud, theft, and aggression. And, therefore, as vonuans, we develop/adapt lifestyle changes to make us as invulnerable as possible to it.

After the recent events in Acapulco, we thought it would be to remind you, our dear listener, that coercion and danger are everywhere, and that we as individuals make the best decisions on lifestyles, according to our preferences, skill sets, and life circumstances. For some, that leads them to Acapulco; for others, it doesn’t.

That’s what’s great about vonu: it is truly yours for the making.


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