Not incidentally, this article provided the subtitle to my book, Technocracy: The Hard Road to World Order.
The struggle we face is not for survival, but rather for prevailing over a twisted technocrat ideology run by twisted global elites who think they have some divine, if not satanic, right to rule over mankind with micromanaged precision.
Smith correctly concludes, "Freedom and the fight for peace and balance in the face of would-be emperors is an infinite battle. It never ends. The fight IS freedom. Without the fight, freedom disappears." ? TN Editor
Activism in the liberty movement often requires a painful examination of details. We look at political and economic trends, identify inconsistencies in the mainstream narrative, point out inevitable outcomes of disaster or attempts at collectivist power, and ask – "Who benefits?" Ultimately, the analysts and activists with any sense of observation come to the same conclusion: There is a contingent of financial elites embedded within the political world and the corporate world that have a specific ideology and malicious goals. They create most geopolitical and economic crisis events using puppets in government as well as influence in central banking. They then turn the consequences of these events to their advantage.