Did Theresa May just attack the New World Order in the Middle East?

May: We cannot remake the world in our own image.

…by Jonas E. Alexis


Yes, Prime Minister Theresa May is or was a full-blown Zionist puppet. She has explicitly said in the past that she is prepared to use nuclear weapons to wipe out innocent men, women and children. Listen very carefully:

But the bloodthirsty ethnic cleanser seems to have a change of heart over the past few months. She seems to have realized that there is a movement in Europe and America which disavows perpetual wars and ethnic cleansing in the Middle East and elsewhere. Now Mrs. May is prepared to make some changes in her ideology. She has recently said:

“The days of Britain and America intervening in sovereign countries in an attempt to remake the world in our own image are over.”[1]

Shazam! If the days of Britain and America intervening in sovereign countries are over, then we can almost certainly say that May will find herself squaring off with Israel, a country that has pushed both Britain and America to intervene in sovereign countries.

In a speech delivered to US politicians in Philadelphia, May declared that “failed policies of the past” is not the way to move forward. By “failed policies of the past,” she is obviously talking about Iraq, Afghanistan, and Syria.

May seems to understand that perpetual wars will inevitably lead to the decline of the West. And let’s be clear: no one can keep up with the monetary cost of perpetual wars.

May even moved further to say that she “condemned” torture. She declared:

“I speak to you not just as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, but as a fellow Conservative who believes in the same principles that underpin the agenda of your Party.

“The value of liberty. The dignity of work. The principles of nationhood, family, economic prudence, patriotism – and putting power in the hands of the people.

“Principles instilled in me from a young age. Principles that my parents taught me in the vicarage in Southern England in which I was raised. I know that it is these principles that you have put at the heart of your plan for government.”[2]

Let’s dissect May’s statements here. “Principles” cannot exist without morality or practical reason or what Kant would call the categorical imperative.

In that sense, May needs to retract her statement about obliterating innocent men, women and children with nuclear bombs. If she wants us to take her seriously, then she will have to mention the perpetrators by name, namely, the Israeli regime and the Neocons in Britain and America.

For example, she needs to dethrone British journalists like Melanie Philips from their political pedestal. Philips, who is Jewish, was a strong advocate of the wars in Iraq and elsewhere.

In any event, we are happy that May is getting mugged by reality. Bit by bit. We will hold her accountable for what she has said. If she means business, then she will almost certainly make an alliance with Russia, which will bring the New World Order ideology down indefinitely in places like Syria.


[1] Peter Dominiczak, “Britain and America will no longer invade foreign countries ‘to make the world in their own image’, Theresa May says,” Telegraph, January 26, 2017.

[2] Ibid.

Jonas E. Alexis has degrees in mathematics and philosophy. He studied education at the graduate level. His main interests include U.S. foreign policy, history of Israel/Palestine conflict, and the history of ideas. He is the author of the new book Zionism vs. the West: How Talmudic Ideology is Undermining Western Culture. He teaches mathematics in South Korea.

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  1. Britains nuclear deterrent from what and who? no-one wants to invade Britain cause there’s nothing there but an island with few if any resources…. and why they run around the world “colonizing” under a dark age monarchy rule playing conquer and conquest, claiming “crown” and land ….and the world has had a gut-full of the whole “royal” facade and fiasco…Rothschilds run that ranch too

  2. May can bring a sense of reality to a very live equation and a shared British ‘bond’ of blood is good for at least a solid and caring handshake. Media hype we call it.

    However, tied to an insular outpost like Britain which had a brave RAF to stave off a German invasion during WW2 it was the greater threat – employed by US over Nagasaki and Hiroshima, that could have swung the war in Hitler’s favor by a tactical atomic attack on London Town. The damage that can be done today by a nuclear attack in the space of say, thirty minutes, would negate virtually every decision to provoke Putin to push the ‘knock-out knopka’.

    Congressional idiot ‘double agents’ or dual citizens might have a smug conception from a far remove – on the delusion of a shekel – thinking the Middle East and Europe in another world with Israel’s and Western ISIS assets running amok in neanderthal fashion helping Toyota and the arms industry in the process but that groundswell support is now crashing – like descending earth after a bomb explosion, over the heads of rational playmakers. May, for one is unlikely to up the ante. Yes, Jonas, a few minutes is all it takes to weigh the pros and cons.

  3. Or to distract attention ?

    Anyway, have said it before go with the message, not the ‘Country’ or the personality.

    I noticed in Parliment Corbyn, just the other day referred to her as the Irony lady as opposed to Thatchers title of the Iron Lady. I then caught a bit of Trump and Mays recent joint press conference, when a reporter asked Trump about ‘Brexit’, he basically said once they will be ok once they have Ironed out the initial process.

    That said one can at least hope that the much talked of ‘Silk road’ East to West Train system coupled with the one in the US, maybe, just maybe something to be cautiously optimistic over.

  4. I have never seen or witnessed anything like the British politicians. Genocide to them is nothing more than a geographical occurence, much like floods or earthquakes. Likudists are like kittens in comparison, they like any other territorialists in office follow ideology. Downing street is a special breed or species that resemble humans. We must not forget that Britain still officialy keeps hiring lobyists for EU enlargement in places like Serbia, Moldova or Ukraine, to remind you it is the very EU Britain has “democratically” vowed to exit.

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