Just thought I'd give my critique of the video --
1. If someone came up to me and said, "I know there is something about the world that people aren't telling me. Can you help?", this would NOT be one of the videos I'd give him. Loose change, the Moneylenders video, and many others explain things much better.
2. There is a lot of good video footage of masonic temples (and of historical interest) but the narrator is LOUSY at teaching or putting anything together. He doesn't make a single biting statement in the whole video, it seems. I guess that equals boring? (though I didn't find it boring, I was watching it critically, and besides, I am hardly 'average')
Several times, he starts on a train of thought and stops, without ever returning to develop the thought to completion.
For an expose' on Freemasonry, this is a very poor video.
Though there's nothing false in it (except a few too many references to the power of symbolism, negative energy, etc.), it is better for someone who already knows the deal about Freemasonry -- if you have a spare hour.
By the way, who exactly made this video? The name seems rather odd "Juri Lina"? Is that a New Age group of some kind?
He quotes "Dhammapada" (doesn't sound like a Catholic theologian) at the end, and holds that Freemasonry has within itself the principle of its own destruction. Not exactly true. Yes, the devil has already been defeated, but he doesn't mean it that way. He's more New-Age in his approach, unfortunately.