Think critically. Feel deeply. Ask questions.

We live in a world of make-believe, institutionalized by man-made systems of control which seek to disparage, undermine, and enslave society. Let Scott Mullin and Sean Namanny help set you free. They’ll inspire you to think critically, feel deeply, and ask questions. Turning power inside out never sounded so good!

Episode 157: Life – it’s not just about you.

May 5th, 2017|0 Comments

Confucius said we should figure this life out before we worry about the afterlife. Perhaps we would treat it better if we did.

SPECIAL EVENT – Kate Brassington Interview

April 20th, 2017|0 Comments

Have you ever thought about your death? If not, you may want to. We're not selling life insurance or anything. We just want to encourage you to give death a chance, while you're still alive.

Episode 156: Death – You can count on it.

April 3rd, 2017|1 Comment

Knowing that we won't live forever offers us an amazing gift each and every day. Live each moment like it's your last. It just might be.

Allow us to explain our Podcast to you!

1. Description

Our podcast examines the challenges we face living within an unsustainable civilization. We explore the causal agents of our plight and offer solutions for how best to overcome them.

2. Topics

We cover a multitude of topics. From religion and science to history and art, our civilization is all-encompassing. Everything we discuss is directly related to the problems of civilization and what can be done to create a more just, sustainable, connected, and peaceful global society.

3. Segments

We have over 100 original rotating segments. Environmentally Retarded, Sociopath To Success, Mr. Civics, and Sprayed In America are just a sample of some of the entertaining and informative segments you can expect to find on the show.

4. Guests

Guests on our podcast come from a wide variety of disciplines. Whether they hold doctorates, run million-dollar ventures, or possess incredible knowledge and expertise, they always contribute engaging commentary.

5. Charities

Each episode, we promote a charity as our Justworthy Cause. We research, evaluate, and select one charity that we feel best encapsulates the spirit of that episode’s topic. All charities featured on our podcast deserve recognition for the invaluable services they provide.

6. Goals

We want to build lasting relationships with others who strive to affect real change for the better. We want to support all efforts to make ours a more connected, shared, and just world. Now is the time to take action. Join the Upside Downtrodden community today!

Downloaded in over 30 countries. Nearly 1,000 hours of content.

Our podcast has been downloaded from China to American Samoa, and we are looking to expand our reach. We seek to inform and entertain, so we have a trove of original content segments meant to make you laugh while you think.

Meet the Hosts – Sean & Scott

Sean Namanny and Scott Mullin have been friends for 26 years. In that time they have enjoyed many pursuits and experienced life to the fullest. The latest collaboration is the most important endeavor to date. The Upside Downtrodden podcast is the voice of a broader movement to create a new civilization. Scott and Sean bring their experiences, passions, humor, and insights to each endeavor.

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What are Listeners Saying?

People everywhere are loving Upside Downtrodden, and we thrive off their feedback.

“Been listening to you guys at work and I’m lovin’ it! You guys have some really great things to say, and the world needs to hear it.”


Shelby Barnes

“Thinking critically is critical! Also funny! Keep it up!”


Ethan Shea-Kirkman

“Love it!”


Chris Hudlow

“Honest, accurate, and realistic perspective on many of society’s downplayed and/or unspoken truths. Keep at it, guys! Thank you for being a voice.”


Joel Batmale

“Citizen Kane is far and away the most surprising and cinematically exciting motion picture to be seen in many a moon. As a matter of fact, it comes close to being the most sensational film ever made in Hollywood.”


The New York Times

“It’s comforting to know there are at least two reasonable people out there who share my struggle and are also trying to make sense of it all.”


Ian Austin