FOX Broadcasting finds itself in an unusual position. We have no way of knowing what makes FOX run, but we suspect the old "advertising revenue" model is not it.FOX depends on viewers, but, at the same time, serves forces that, according to one way of thinking, want to subjugate those same viewers to a new government. It is a tight rope. According to a model growing in popularity, the competition now has boiled down to two players.
On the one hand, the authoritarians, global financial elite, one world order, that pitches a global government, run by the elite.
On the other hand, the liberty movement, quartered in the USA, is a resistance to this new order, seeing it as both slavery but also not a good idea to base government on.
G. Edwards Griffin is a film maker who has done a good job laying out the facts of the alleged battle between freedom and authority. Brexit figures in, so does Trump, so does the Federal Reserve, and the Party of Obama, Clinton, and Sanders.
Americans, too, walk a tight rope. On the one hand, we are rejecting the socialism of the Democrats. At the same time, we don't want to be maneuvered into turning our backs on the very forces that have trusted us and made us rich. Too much of the liberty movement, in my opinion, focuses on central banks, actually demonizing them.
It is a discussion that needs to proceed with level headed analyses.