I am not endorsing Br. Nathanael's various presentations and messages. I don't have time to even go through them all, in large part because at my workplace it's not possible to access many sites, including Youtube and Facebook. (I use break time or sometimes time spent waiting for a call, to make responses on here.) I am alarmed by his rhetoric, in that I think a line should be drawn between virulently anti-Christian, anti-human, anti-God plutocrats who are often but not always Jewish (culturally Jewish), on the one hand, and on the other hand, ordinary men and women who happen to be Jewish. Of course, many public figures who have gained wide support in the U.S. (e.g.) often make the very same mistakes in expression, and people and the public give them a pass. So I sense a double standard there, and this makes my little indicator of "What's Fair" start whirring and flashing. But, no, I am not a proponent of Br. Nathanael's work, I'm rather agnostic regarding it.
That the world is run, in very large part, by a cabal of (non-religious / irreligious) Jewish interests, is something backed up by a preponderance of the evidence. It does rather seem to be "the elephant in the room." But I also fully respect the views of those who don't at all think so. They either have imbibed other data sets, or have arrived at conclusions through various reasonings and processes which I may not even understand. I don't think those who dissent from the satanic cabal paradigm are therefore less pious, or less good human beings. And I can always have gotten something wrong.
I would hope that the same tolerance would be found in all Orthodox Christians. I also believe that ultimate solutions are spiritual, not political. I also love and respect the Jewish people, for they are the kinsmen of our Lord and God and Saviour Jesus Christ!