Yesterday, I discovered this little gem of a documentary, “The Spider’s Web: Britain’s Second Empire,“ and I am already on my 3rd viewing. It is THAT insightful and eye-opening.
With the rise of the central banking cabal that seeks to dominate humanity in a “Great Reset,” it is more important than ever to understand how the wealthiest families in the world use the financial systems they created, which are replete with loopholes for those who know how to work the system, to build unimaginable wealth and power. They operate behind the curtain, and hide their assets in offshore banks and private trusts.
The .1%, who own controlling shares in 90% of Wall Street big business, finance both sides of every war, partake in all kinds of illegal business dealings (as exposed in this film), and use their wealth and influence to purchase and control governments and organizations around the world. The United States is under siege the central banking cabal. Through plunder and theft, they have acquired most of the world’s assets.
Our battle to win freedom from their financial shackles has only just begun. We must know this enemy and how they think. “Be wise like serpents and harmless as doves.”
Synopsis of the film: “The Spider’s Web: Britain’s Second Empire, is a documentary film that shows how Britain transformed from a colonial power into a global financial power. At the demise of empire, City of London financial interests created a web of offshore secrecy jurisdictions that captured wealth from across the globe and hid it behind obscure financial structures in a web of offshore islands. Today, up to half of global offshore wealth may be hidden in British offshore jurisdictions and Britain and its offshore jurisdictions are the largest global players in the world of international finance. How did this come about, and what impact does it have on the world today? This is what the Spider’s Web sets out to investigate.
With contributions from leading experts, academics, former insiders and campaigners for social justice, the use of stylized b-roll and archive footage, the Spider’s Web reveals how in the world of international finance, corruption and secrecy have prevailed over regulation and transparency, and the UK is right at the heart of this.”