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“Kingsman: The Secret Service” or How to Sell the Occult Elite to the Youth


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FW:  Oct. 28, 2015

“Kingsman: The Secret Service” is a spy movie with action, comedic, and some gore. More importantly, it is riddled with symbolism and messages that promote the occult elite’s philosophy and its Agenda for the future.

Warning : Major Spoilers Ahead!

Kingsman: The Secret Service is a modern take on classic spy movies that feature slick Englishmen saving the world. Like most spy movies, Kingsman tells a convoluted story that’s taking place on an international level, complete with high-stakes politics and high-tech gadgets. Contrary to James Bond flicks, however, Kingsman takes a more youthful, “urban” approach in order to reach that critical crowd. The main protagonist, named Eggsy, is indeed a young, pub-dwelling Londoner from a rough neighborhood, a tough character with whom younger generations can identify, the exact crowd the occult elite is looking to shape, mold and influence. And, behind all of this gadget-ridden, tailored-suits-with-skinny-ties crap, the movie slickly communicates a flurry of messages to its viewership, effectively outlining the elite’s philosophy, its modus operandi and its long-term Agenda. Of course, everything is sugarcoated in a sexy spy package with a lot of violence to make all of these things easily digestible for viewers.

From start to finish, Kingsman jumps from one propaganda message to another, culminating in nothing less than a massive “cleansing” of the world population, a gigantic genocide that would kill everybody except a few chosen elite. If you’ve read other articles on this site, you know that this is the occult elite’s favorite story to tell the masses.