Hi! Welcome to a writing project run wild.
I started this blog as a writing project several years ago. Its subject? Stefan Molyneux’s radical approach to psychology and the impact it has had on the members of FreeDomain Radio.
There are more twists and turns to the story than that and you’ll find them below. But, in a sentence, that’s the whole deal.
Want some suggestions on finding your way around? Take a look at How to use this site! It offers you paths to explore based on your interests.
“I just want the big picture”
Have you been defooed? Thinking of joining FreeDomain Radio, but wonder if it’s a cult? Member of the media trying to figure out who and what Stefan Molyneux is all about?
Then you might want to move on to the Three Foundations of FDR. It’s essential reading…
The Three Foundations of FDR
It was based on defooing.
It was intentionally targeted to young adults
It uses fraudulent psychology to achieve its goals.
Your parents are bullies. You don’t love them.
This 2005 essay from Stefan Molyneux stated his core belief and was the foundation for FDR “philosophy.”
The Freedomain Radio construct was created by Stefan Molyneux and his wife Christina Papadopoulos to encourage young people to defoo. And they proudly admit it.
From the beginning, FDR has misused psychology to convince its followers they were victims of child abuse. One of the first examples is Alice Miller. But they weren’t the first “therapy group” to corrupt her work.
About your humble narrator…
What a long, strange trip it has been.
If you’d like the “About Me,” nicely condensed, here it is. All you probably ever wanted to know about QuestEon and FDR Liberated is in 10 Questions for QuestEon.
Or would you rather have the version mom wanted me to write? The painfully long-winded story of my journey from first reading Atlas Shrugged to starting this blog is in Well, how did I get here? Spoiler Alert! Just kidding. It’s not that interesting.
But I’m mostly interested in what you have to say. You are cordially invited to visit the forum! Comment on the articles, discuss any aspect of FreeDomain Radio (or anything else for that matter), ask questions, meet cool people, waste time—everything you would ever want to do on the internet is right here.