Stefan Molyneux Served through the Hague Convention

I received notification today that Stefan Molyneux was served through the Hague Convention, possibly as early as January 22, 2015.

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Court Grants DeMarco his Motion to Dismiss for Lack of Personal Jurisdiction

Filed January 27, 2015, “the Court Grants DeMarco’s motion and dismisses without prejudice Raven’s claims against DeMarco”

full document:

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Philosopher King tries to ask for Molyneux’s explanation of the DMCA controversy

January 17, 2015, in response to Jeff Berwick’s blog post:

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Jeff Berwick writes about Stefan Molyneux

Jeff Berwick comments on the DMCA controversy, and writes that Joe Rogan would not let him on the show because after Stefan Molyneux, they didn’t want any more anarchists on the show.

“He then was confronted about his very morally sound belief that intellectual property (IP) is not actually property and that government should not regulate it… and how he had used government IP laws to remove a YouTube channel that was anti-Molyneux. Rather than apologizing for this clear lack of sound principles which he often espouses, which would have been fine… we all make mistakes in heated moments… he danced around the issue. He could have even mentioned that it was the manager of his channel who did it and he had not thought completely through it. But, he didn’t.

Soon after, being a big fan of Joe Rogan and his very open mind, a number of friends of mine who knew Joe had spoken to him about having me on his program, which I think would have gone really well. They stated, to paraphrase again, “After Stefan Molyneux, Joe doesn’t want any more of these anarchists on.””

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Opposition to DeMarco’s Motion to Dismiss for Lack of Personal Jurisdiction filed Jan. 5th

Opposition to DeMarco’s Motion to Dismiss for Lack of Personal Jurisdiction filed Jan. 5th, click for full document:


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Michael DeMarco Files His Response on December 23, 2014

This is Michael DeMarco’s Motion to Dismiss:

Michael DeMarco’s Declaration:


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Article in the Globe and Mail: “Controversial podcaster listened in on therapist wife and clients: lawsuit”

Article in the Globe and Mail published December 19th 2014 by Mr. Tu Thanh Ha: 

“Controversial podcaster listened in on therapist wife and clients: lawsuit”


“Already controversial for counselling his followers to shun their parents, a Toronto-area podcaster is facing allegations he listened in on his therapist wife as she met with distraught patients.

Stefan Molyneux is a self-described libertarian philosopher. His wife, Christina Papadopoulos, is a psychological associate in Mississauga.

The College of Psychologists of Ontario found Ms. Papadopoulos guilty of professional misconduct in November, 2012, faulting her for adopting Mr. Molyneux’s views and using the Internet to counsel people to sever ties with their families.

A civil court complaint filed on Oct. 24 in California says Mr. Molyneux boasted in a 2006 podcast that he would listen while his wife talked with her patients, even interjecting and suggesting they sign up with his website.

The allegations are part of a lawsuit filed by a Texas woman who has accused Mr. Molyneux of abusively invoking U.S. copyright law to silence her criticism of his podcasts.”

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For additional background information on Stefan Molyneux’s podcasts and his wife Christina Papadopoulos’ reprimand , see Mr. Tu Thanh Ha’s prior articles in the Globe and Mail:

Therapist who told podcast listeners to shun their families reprimanded (Published Thursday, Nov. 01 2012)

How a cyberphilosopher convinced followers to cut off family (Published Friday, Dec. 12 2008)

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