"We take every penny/from the very many/and give to the rich/who keep getting richer/and richer forever"
All of the money/Going offshore/I am the Man/who keeps open the door"
In short, the movie is a brilliant collage with genuinely radical content.
The statistics, however, no matter how familiar, remain staggering. They concern the explosion in global trade (in money terms) after deregulation from the 1980's, the contrast in the numbers of official jailed for financial fraud prior to and after deregulation, the staggering amounts of capital syphoned-off by corporations to Tax Heavens, the turning of the tax system on its head so that the rich, once forced to work by restrictive rates, are now paying risible rates, and the even more amazing trillions of dollars lying unused in the United States, while some of its working people have to rely on welfare supplements to survive at barely living standards.
No wonder the Brits like to caption these historic transformations under the rubric of fairy tales!