“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.
Right from the start, the movie gets into war propaganda territory as we see two Arabs getting killed by a helicopter.