The world according to Controller is not a complicated one. Power is control and you can control people, states, and nation states by controlling the supply and nature of what they need: energy, money, food, water, medicine and information.
If you control the creation and supply of money, you can buy and control the rest. This infamous quote attributed to Mayer Amschel Rothschild is not hyperbole:
Permit me to issue and control the money of a nation, and I care not who makes its laws!
The documentary "How Big Oil Conquered the World" by James Corbett, illustrates the interplay between financial currency ("money") and energy currency ("oil") to create a powerful network with supranational control:
Source: Corbett Report
Given how much this explains, a naive soul may wonder why this isn't taught in school.
Ensuring this control does not get eroded requires the collusion of the state; which is why we have a military and surveillance industrial complex to police this system (sorry, "to keep you safe") and educational institutions that cannot define what money is, how it's created and who creates it (97% created out of thin air by private banks).
To make sure people remain clueless, we entertain a media (mostly owned by energy companies and populated by highly "educated" people) that spins these simple facts into meaningless riddles of mind-numbing nuance and obfuscation, while liberally using the term "conspiracy theory" to smear critical analysis of powerful interests. Ironically, this term is used without an understanding of its etymology; the term "conspiracy theory" leads us directly to a conspiracy fact (as it was shaped and propagated by the CIA through the U.S. media, in their directive "Countering Criticism of the Warren Commission Report").
It's a conspiracy fact that the very rich (those familiar names conspicuously absent from the Forbes rich list) have so much money that money is not the game; the game is power and power is control. This control requires multiple conspiracies (smaller than the ex-"conspiracy theory" above), which take place daily and are called "meetings".