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A few mega-corporations dominate every aspect of our lives. Everything we do, wear, or consume, depends on them. This is the starting point of the documentary, "Monopoly, who owns the world?”.
This compelling audiovisual document summarizes in just one hour how the structure works, a structure that allows a small group of large-scale criminals possess the greatest concentration of power known and with the objective of imposing a despicable global agenda through fear. The extent of this monopoly’s web, as well as its consequences in an organized pandemic scenario such as the current one, is instructively and swiftly narrated in the film by Tim Gielen.
Tim Gielen, of Dutch origin, although resident in Spain for many years, has developed a career in various fields related to the arts and entertainment. After the initial enforced lockdowns in 2020, he decided to mobilize and spread his views to try to awaken a society numbed by media manipulation. After suffering a frontal rejection by many people, he does not cease in his determination to fight against what he considers the great injustices of our time and elaborates on this documentary, which serves, in his own words, as a "starting point" for all those who are not familiar with the "dangerous agenda behind the covid scam" and with other related topics such as the questionably so-called "conspiracy theories". "Monopoly, who owns the world?" is an open project that can be shared without restrictions.
As the documentary explains, investment funds BlackRock and Vanguard own the majority of shares in thousands of companies and brands from all sectors that at first glance appear to compete with each other. This competition is nothing more than a screen to cover up the cause of the true monopoly of power they hold. A classic case is that of Pepsi Co. and Coca Cola Co., two enormous parent companies that bring together hundreds of brands of food and processed products. On the surface they are competitors, but if we look at their boards of directors, we see in both cases that the shares are concentrated in the same investment funds. BlackRock and Vanguard have much more power than the rest of the shareholders, so the believed competition between historic enemies such as Pepsi and Coca Cola, simply does not exist. Many of the insurance, banking, construction, and technology companies are also in the hands of these investors. Behind these mega-corporations and their investment vehicles hide families of trillionaires who in recent years have only seen their wealth grow, and who use NGOs and all kinds of philanthropic actions to move hundreds of billions of dollars invisibly. These organizations are a perfect framework for laundering money and financing terrorist groups and even entire nations. Gielen explains how the three most important foundations in the world connect all industries together. These are none other than the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, George Soros' Open Society (which has just acquired 18 Spanish-speaking radio stations in the United States for $60 million) and the Clinton Foundation. Gates' case is remarkable, if we consider that he comes from an antitrust war like that of Microsoft in which he displayed everything but humanity and now, especially since the beginning of the covid crisis, he has seen how his wealth and reputation have increased by forcibly injecting millions into large pharmaceutical companies.
These foundations know exactly where to direct their power: towards the labs that manufacture vaccines, trusted by the population who is frightened by fictitious pandemics. The Gates family are the biggest patrons of the WHO. Their unlimited influence has no other objective than to lead a depopulation plan and overrule the governments of each country. The New World Order promulgated by these genocidal families can only be carried out with the support of official institutions. For this, they have a powerful ally: the 2030 Agenda presented by the UN in 2015 and under whose decalogue of sustainability and ecology measures, justifies the most perverse actions of control and limitation of freedoms towards humanity. The UN wants to redirect the capital of Western civilizations and hand it over to these corporations so that they can "rebuild" society after having devastated us with their virus of terror and disinformation. The coup de grâce started at Event 201, organized by the World Economic Forum (WEF), the John Hopkins Institute and the Gates Foundation in October 2019, which simulated a pandemic that would endanger the foundations of our civilization. Curiously, a few months later the Covid-19 crisis broke out, with the consequences we all know, and the WEF, with Klaus Schwab at its head, presented a plan to redefine the economy under the title "The Great Reset".
The elites eliminate any initiative that presents a threat to their monopolies and their money. Their plans for reconstruction, their ideals of sustainability and world peace are a farce, a circus with one director: Gates and the trillionaire families that rule the world.
Nevertheless, and despite how apocalyptic its content may seem, "Monopoly, who owns the world?" is an anthem to hope and freedom. As Tim Gielen asserts at the end of his film: "We will not be afraid. We are the 99%”.
Tim Gielen, official website. Website where the creator of "Monopoly, who rules the world?" compiles his work.
Stop World Control. A website where a large group of humanist experts collaborate together and provide valuable information on the great manipulations to which we are currently subjected.
La gran mentira covid. Web with complete and theme-based information on the globalist structure and coercive measures that have plagued the world since 2020. In the documentary section we can find the trailer and English and Spanish versions of “Monopoly, who owns the world?".