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“Wild, Wild Country V” FINALE ft. Sherry Voluntary Ep. 92


In episode V, we close out our summer special on Netflix’s “Wild, Wild Country.”

In this finale, Daniel, Robert, and I had the pleasure of welcoming Sherry Voluntary to the show to discuss her own experience in a non-traditional religious organization. Sherry relates her 27 year experience with her own group to the Sannyasins’ experience following Osho. She also relates her emotions in leaving her group to that of the Sannyasins in leaving Rajneeshpuram.  We were very excited to have Sherry on the show!

Sherry Voluntary is a former co-host of “Speaking Freely,” a regular weekday program which aired on Knoxville Talk 92.3 FM. She now continues her work through hosting two excellent podcasts: “The Sherry Voluntary Show” and “Postcards from Somalia.”

Daniel and Robert are the dynamic hosts of the Actual Anarchy Podcast, which cover movies and films from a Rothbardian lens. They also host “the Last Nighters,” which is the same show, except with a normie-friendly name!

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Peaceful Treason Takes on “Wild, Wild Country IV” Ep. 87

In this summer special of the Liberty Weekly Podcast, I team up with Robert and Daniel from the Actual Anarchy Podcast for an in-depth discussion and analysis of “Wild, Wild Country.”

“Wild, Wild Country” is a hit Netflix docuseries which tells the story of Indian guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh–a man whose followers attempted to create a commune in the high deserts of Oregon. In doing so, they came at odds with the local townspeople . . . and eventually the US Government.

In Episode IV of our analysis, I am replaced by guest hosts Jared and Will of Peaceful Treason. It’s been a while since we talked, and I was so glad that we could reconnect! Check them out here.

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Netflix’s “Wild, Wild Country” – A Voluntaryist Analysis – Part II


In this summer special of the Liberty Weekly Podcast, I team up with Robert and Daniel from the Actual Anarchy Podcast for an in-depth discussion and analysis of “Wild, Wild Country.”

“Wild, Wild Country” is a hit Netflix docuseries which tells the story of Indian guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh–a man whose followers attempted to create a commune in the high deserts of Oregon. In doing so, they came at odds with the local townspeople . . . and eventually the US Government.

In episode II of our analysis, I am replaced by guest host Trey Weaver of the Subversion Webcast.  The boys talk about the internal workings of the Bhagwan community and how the feud between the Rashneeshies and the townspeople kicks off.

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Netflix’s “Wild, Wild Country” – A Voluntaryist Analysis – Part I

In this summer special of the Liberty Weekly Podcast, I team up with Robert and Daniel from the Actual Anarchy Podcast for an in-depth discussion and analysis of “Wild, Wild Country.”

“Wild, Wild Country” is a hit Netflix docuseries which tells the story of Indian guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh–a man whose followers attempted to create a commune in the high deserts of Oregon. In doing so, they came at odds with the local townspeople . . . and eventually the US Government.

In this first episode, we cover the first of six total episodes. We introduce the story, explain the players, and immediately tackle the question of “who first reached for government force?”

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