Vonu: n.,v. :`vau`new` : the condition or quality of, as well as the action of achieving, an invulnerability to coercion.  Etymologically, it is an awkward contraction of the phrase, VOluntary Not vUlnerable (hence, “vonu”).


If there’s anything 2020 has reconfirmed, it’s that dependence upon the servile society makes an individual extremely vulnerable to coercion, whether we’re discussing reliance upon mega-corporations for basic necessities, or the mental dependency of feeling the need to fit in with this deteriorating civilization. In either situation, physical or mental, many will likely be forced into positions they never could have expected – such as long lines at food banks in 21st century USSA.

So, then, if the vulnerability is due to dependency, the answer is self-sufficiency. In this short article, a number of potential avenues of focus for the agorist, vonuan, or freedom seeker will be explored.  READ THIS MONTH'S e-ZINE FOR MORE!

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Q: Aren’t you guys (vonuans/vonuists) just preppers and survivalists?
A: No, because although we do use many of the same methods (food and water storage, bug out bags, firearms battery, strategic relocation, etc.), our motivations and perspectives are vastly dissimilar. Unfortunately, retreaters of all kinds are usually driven by a sense of impending catastrophe, hence the emergence of “doom porn.” As self-liberators, we are more concerned about living freedom in the here and now, regardless of whether predicted doomsdays happen to occur or not.

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