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Subscribe on Youtube: http://t21c.com/W5AZ1g Subscribe by e-mail: http://www.the21convention.com Follow on Twitter: http://twitter.com/beachmuscles Speaker: Richard Nikoley Personal Biography Born & raised in Reno, Nevada. I attended and graduated from a small, religious-oriented private high school. Went on to attend a first year of college at a religious-oriented school in Chattanooga, Tennessee. I have had no interest in religious matters whatsoever for more than 25 years and don't plan on doing so again. "Nothing in biology makes sense except in the light of evolution." - Theodosius Dobzhansky I Graduated Oregon State University in 1984 with a bachelor's in Business Administration and two minor courses of study in mathematics / computer science, and naval science. I was commissioned in the US Navy as a Surface Warfare Officer (SWO) immediately upon graduation from OSU. After some 8 months attending various schools in San Diego, CA, I traveled off to Yokosuka, Japan to join my first ship, the USS REEVES (CG-24), where I served from 1984-1987 as the Assistant Missiles Officer, First Lieutenant, and then finally, Electrical Officer. After those first three years in Japan, I crossed the pier for another two years, joining the U.S. SEVENTH FLEET embarked aboard USS BLUE RIDGE (LCC-19). From 1988-1989 I was both the Assistant Fleet Scheduling Officer and the Assistant Logistics Officer. I managed a fuel budget of $180 million. I left Japan after five years and headed to Monterey, California, where I was a student at the Defense Language Institute for the latter half of 1989. Upon successful completion of the French language course, I headed to Toulon, France, where from late 1989 -- early 1992 I took up duties an exchange officer with the French Navy: first aboard the FNS COLBERT (C 611), and later, the FNS DUQUESNE (D 603), both as the Navigator. I left the US Navy in 1992 and returned to the U.S., San Francisco Bay Area. After a few false starts in entrepreneurial endeavors, I started a company in my bedroom in the summer of 1993 that evolved into what is today, Provanta Corp. I still regularly harass a modest cabal of employees. Activity wise, I took up the sport of Hang-Gliding in 1996, and powered aircraft in 2005. Though I've soloed in the powered plane, I've yet to complete licensing requirements but plan too someday. I also fly sailplanes now and then. In 2011 I celebrated my 10 year anniversary with my wife, Beatrice. Visit Richard at http://FreetheAnimal.com Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/BxHS/
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Marko Jankovic (2 years ago)
Really glad to hear you don't vote. Please do not vote folks, let me decide.
PeanutChoco1 (4 years ago)
His blog oughta be called "Fuck The Animal" as he has no apparent respect for the sentience and well-being of animals, including himself.
growlingbehemoth (4 years ago)
LOL. Well they do not have the cojones to completely lie it away, but its effects are downplayed to the point of where what they are saying is not in line with the truth.
growlingbehemoth (4 years ago)
Here is the thing. I imagine that you are an American. If Obama ever again uses Denmark as the example of a "model citizen" in the world, worth imitating, I myself would probably start to load up on things that says a loud noise. It lulls everyone into a false sense of security all while the state slowly creep into every aspect of their lives. And it makes people docile and too compliant with authority, which is rarely healthy.
growlingbehemoth (4 years ago)
True. It is in part what is killing our system and makes it unsustainable but it is not a point ever addressed by the talking heads in press and gobmint.
growlingbehemoth (4 years ago)
all the way up to 60%. 25-60% VAT on goods, except cars which are tagged with a 180% (one hundred and eighty, no typo) taxation. If you own your house and the land it sits on, you still have to pay rent through yearly taxation and so on and so forth. The only way to solve anything here is by taxation. And we have an overhead of people working for the system to manage all these rules and regulations, that would simply boggle your mind. So. I miss nothing, I have it good, but its still immoral.
growlingbehemoth (4 years ago)
My main problem with our system is that it end up being career politicians buying votes for other peoples money. everybody just throw their hands in the air and give up and allow special interest groups to slice away personal freedom. If you have a problem with something someone else is doing, you have 2 options. Ignore it if it is of no consequence to you, or drum up a lobbying group to have it banned. For some fucking reason, the majority opt. for the latter. The result? apx 50% income tax.
growlingbehemoth (4 years ago)
I do not understand the expression "go to the wall". We have a pretty high standard of living but a flood of illiterate refugees are sucking money out of the system to a degree where it is unsustainable. Also people get so dependent on the government that its ridiculous. We are a population of 5,5 million people. Apx. 1 million people in the work force and another million on the dole and other public payment plans and working in the system itself. So apx 1 million people support the rest.
growlingbehemoth (4 years ago)
What am I saying. It is the reds who have power atm. I just cant tell any difference between the two. And as you can see, I spend very little time concerning myself with those muppets and their noise.
growlingbehemoth (4 years ago)
It is exactly as you think. It is illegal and a pretend-libertarian government clamps down on it with fierce glee. To no avail ofcourse as use of the drug is on the rise along with civil disobedience. I live in a social democracy, which is a beautiful idea. It just does not work
growlingbehemoth (4 years ago)
Christania calls itself a "consensus democracy". If something needs major change or agreed rules needs change. Every villager of the place gather at their hall. And either there is a consensus for the project or there isn't. And if there isn't, nothing happens until the people with the idea have sold it to the rest through debate in the daily life. The reasoning being, that if you cannot sell people your idea, you should have no right to enforce it on the unwilling.
growlingbehemoth (4 years ago)
Yeah I know of it and find myself sympathetic to such ideas.
growlingbehemoth (4 years ago)
We have a rather anarchistic place where I live, in the middle of the city of Copenhagen you have Christiania. A small community in which the rules of the area is enforced by who ever see you fuck up. Most of the time they just throw people out and tell them to consider their behavior before they return. Others earn a solid beating from time to time. Unfortunately the original idea of the place has been corrupted by gangs moving in on the lucrative hash market found there.
growlingbehemoth (4 years ago)
So how is private law different from statelaw. If you dont do as the contract bids, someone with a gun will come and convince you. The end result appear to be the same. I agree on social pressures tho I personally are very likely to ignore such, as I find they mostly express little but shared hypocrisy. I do acknowledge that it works for some.
growlingbehemoth (4 years ago)
When people get together in a shared setting. Rules start to surface. Often unspoken. I reckon the control mechanism used to be "taboo". That there were things you just did not do without meeting scorn from your community. If we have competition on rules from private companies, wont we just have them fighting each other all the time. What would prevent them? Taboo? Not when they have guns.
growlingbehemoth (4 years ago)
I accept that they have a weapon pointed at me, and I accept that those sick fucks believe it grants them authority but the only way to make me move under that threat is if they shoot me and I fall down. I believe strongly in division of power rather than centralization and I believe in local rule. One city can have completely different rules agreed upon than the next one. This is more fair as one size fits all solutions rarely fit anyone well. Did any of that make any sense to you?
growlingbehemoth (4 years ago)
"Libertarian" that is.
growlingbehemoth (4 years ago)
yeah-. Scandinavian. I have no problem with a stateless society but every person I have known who called themselves any variation of "liberal" are very much pro business and contracts. Business contracts as we know them are meaningless without a impartial authority to enforce them. So by extension of that, they are very much pro state and authority and most of their reservations appear to revolve around tax issues. I am a bone dry anarchist. I accept no man (or woman) as authority.
growlingbehemoth (4 years ago)
English is not my language and in my own language you can call a political movement or idea for an entity. This is meaningless nitpicking if you got the point. My liberal friends and liberals I have spoken to online will accept a lot more governing than I do.
growlingbehemoth (4 years ago)
And mind you. I am not a fan of his. I am actually banned from his site for challenging his political beliefs.
growlingbehemoth (4 years ago)
That was the most important part. The bad diet regiment we have gone though is the direct result of an ever interfering government. As evidence shows....they are not very good at anything they do compared to participants who have their ass on the line with each product or project. Can you figure out why? Thats right, no money spends like other peoples money. So the political side of this, is actually more important than talking about the bad food regimen itself which is but a symptom.
growlingbehemoth (4 years ago)
You clearly do not know a lot of scientists. Science is a blood sport and only people who have never actually been anywhere near it, thinks otherwise. You have this idealized view of what science and scientists are. Heres a hint. They are people. People with pride and all the other pitfalls of humanity in general. There is a saying among the medicinal branch of sciences that goes: "progress happens one death at a time".
growlingbehemoth (4 years ago)
No it does not. They are two completely separate entities even if the proponents of both have relatively warm feelings for one another.
growlingbehemoth (4 years ago)
yeah? Thats the part that makes the most sense. If you are not angry with your government and system by now, you are not paying attention.
Janet Brill (5 years ago)
Oops, he did it again. The Paleolithic pooper stooge Dick Nikoley shat himself at the Ancestral Health Symposium. Denise Minger provided him with a change of pantaloons.
RazzberryIcedTea (5 years ago)
RICHARD NIKOLEY THE DUTCHBOY ANUS WAXER.
RazzberryIcedTea (5 years ago)
Richard Nikoley The Anus Tickler
RazzberryIcedTea (5 years ago)
Richard Nikoley The Drunken Blogger.
Razz Well (5 years ago)
DUTCH BOY NIKOLEY WAXES JAMES KRIEGERS TAINT
RazzberryIcedTea (5 years ago)
Richard Nikoley, Armi Legge, Anthony Colpo,Douglas Graham, and James Krieger are the BIGGEST FRAUDS in the Milky Way Galaxy. GENUINE scientists do NOT behave like the aforementioned. They always acknowledge ENORMOUS uncertainties- VAST OCEANS of unknowns. You cowards canNOT ban me here. - Razwell
xucthclu (5 years ago)
do you have anything to back your claims, lad?
delainesArt (5 years ago)
bravo 1.08.51
KickAssInCollege (5 years ago)
I know exactly what Nikoley means about not being able to train comfortably within 6-8 hours of eating. I used to believe I HAD to eat before training. Now I feel much better when I train after 16-18 hours of fasting. And then I don't eat for an hour after training (thanks Art DeVany). Intermittent fasting and autophagy has amazing health and age-reversal effects. It truly does give the system a "rest." Also, when I do break my fast every day it is incredibly satisfying.
bangbangTT (5 years ago)
The part about politics was the best part.
Daniel Underwood (5 years ago)
Bullshit, if your eating every 3 hours then your just grazing all day and you'll get fat.
Wesley Metten (5 years ago)
Wow, he really says alot of bullshit. You should eat every 2.5-3 hours. Just have small portions/snacks. Fasting and eating huge meals is the WORST thing you can do to lose weight. There is alot more to it ofcourse, but these are very basic rules you want to respect.
pentti k (5 years ago)
Whole grains are healthy. People eat too much meat. Red meat consumption should be limited. Same with saturated fat.
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Anthony Danes (6 years ago)
@Rad1ka1 Good question...why is he fat....if I am fat it is ice cream, snicker bars, two dinners at TACO BELL followed by a quart of BEN AND JERRY'S....but that is just me.
Anthony Danes (6 years ago)
I like a lot of what he says but the brother has a gut. His "ranting" on politics and religion is dead on. He understands how we are controlled and he does not want to be a part of it.
Gemma Davies (6 years ago)
@Rad1ka1 He lost over 60 pounds and continues to make amazing progress.
William Hennes (6 years ago)
Lost me after 7 min. Make a point and say something meaningful
SeiNj (6 years ago)
@korvix you're right sorry, i just visited his website this guy is awesome i saw his workout video and his not fucking around, deadlifts and overhead press all the way !
MrAStev (6 years ago)
@Under21convention07 No, that's a uniquely American definition of the word. Libertarianism is "any political position that advocates a radical redistribution of power from the coercive state to voluntary associations of free individuals" and encompasses both anarchism and minarchism on both the left and the right. In many places the word is actually synonymous leftist-anarchism. Mr. Nikoley is what's called a "deontological libertarian". So my use of the word was correct.
21 Studios (6 years ago)
@MrAStev Libertarianism is not anarchism. One is government with ultra limited roles and clearly defined roles -- the other is the complete absence of government.
MrAStev (6 years ago)
He completely lost me when he started the anti-government, libertarian/anarchist malarkey.
adv20 (6 years ago)
Stop walking from the left to the right
liteashmusic (6 years ago)
@tittiesinabucket worse, people say things the way they said them when they first read it.
21 Studios (6 years ago)
@korvix Richard had a tremendous personal transformation, dropping over 60 pounds of fat. Not everyone turns into a raging paleo/hulk monster.
SeiNj (6 years ago)
his pretty fat are you sure you paleo man ? i became a sardin within 2 months of doing paleo
Vasile Surdu (6 years ago)
@Rad1ka1 and who cares?
P K (6 years ago)
Thought provoking lecture, some positive some not! Spoilt it ranting on about politics.
liteashmusic (6 years ago)
@tittiesinabucket i have highly regarded profs at my university that mispronounce terms like that
Bodeswell (6 years ago)
@Rad1ka1 It's just his shirt. Check out his progress pics on his blog freetheanimal [dot] com
Bodeswell (6 years ago)
YES, FINALLY! One of my favorite bloggers. You da man, Anthony.
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