Stefan Molyneux

Stefan Molyneux

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Stefan Molyneux is a far-right conservative blogger and conspiracy theorist, who has been described as alt-right. Molyneux writes on topics including anarcho-capitalism, atheism, secular ethics, right-libertarianism, cryptocurrencies, and familial relationships. His works have also been criticized for their racial politics, purporting the unsubstantiated white genocide conspiracy theory. He hosts a podcast in his site and has written e-books. [1]

Online History

Stefan created his podcast called Freedomain Radio in 2005. His Youtube channel was launched in August 7th, 2006. He describes is show in the following fashion:

"With host Stefan Molyneux, topics range from philosophy to economics to art to how to achieve real freedom in the modern world. Passionate, articulate, funny and irreverent, Freedomain Radio shines a bold light on old topics – and invents a few new ones to boot! " -Stefan Molyneux Youtube channel description (read 30th of September 2016).


The Southern Poverty Law Center described Molyneux as a "libertarian internet commentator and alleged cult leader who amplifies 'scientific racism,' eugenics and white supremacism to a massive new audience."[1]


  • Defoo: When discussing relationships, Stefan sometimes urges people to cut their relations with their family as advice. He calls this practice "defooing". Stefan has cut his relations with his own mother. The advice he has given to the members of his fan base has gotten him the reputation of a cult leader. [2]

  • Not an argument: Because Stefan often discusses controversial topics, such as race and intelligence, atheism and anarchism, he frequently gets fierce responses in his Youtube comment sections. Stefan's responds to his criticism by saying they are not making an argument, or "Not an argument" in short. The phrase has become popular in 4chan and 8chan boards, particularly in /pol/. In 25th of May cartoonist Ben Garrison drew a caricature of Stefan, with his signature quote.[3]

External References

[1] Wikipedia – Stefan Molyneux

[2] Daily Mail – Daily Mail

[3] Wordpress – Cartoon

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