…by Jonas E. Alexis
Theresa May and her husband are not just Zionist puppets; they are part of the oligarchic rule in England. It has been reported that Philip May is “a Senior Executive of a hugely powerful investment firm,” which goes by the name of Capital Group.
Capital Group buys “shares in all sorts of companies across the globe – including thousands of shares in the world’s biggest Defence Firm, Lockheed Martin. According to Investopedia, Philip May’s Capital Group owned around 7.09% of Lockheed Martin in March 2018 – a stake said to be worth more than £7Bn at this time. Whilst other sources say Capital Group’s shareholding of Lockheed Martin may actually be closer to 10%.” There is more:
“Every single JASSM used in the recent bombing of Syria costs more than $1,000,000, and as a result of their widespread use during the recent bombing of Syria by Western forces, the share price of Lockheed Martin soared.”
If this is all accurate, then we now have conclusive evidence that Theresa May and her husband have a vested interested in Syria. In fact, as Business Insider itself pointed out, “bankers, business owners, and property magnates” put May in power. That’s why May has been perpetuating fake news, colossal hoaxes, and just plain lies about Assad using chemical weapons on his own people.
May and the oligarchic rule that put her in power do not want peace in Syria. They want to bomb cities and buildings. They want to destroy the country. So it is not just the Israeli regime that really wants to evaporate the Assad government. The oligarchic rule in the West wants to cash in trillions upon trillions of dollars from a country that is slightly larger than North Dakota.
In that sense, both May and the oligarchic rule in England are following a long tradition which always attempted to destabilize countries in the Middle East for money. Remember the Anglo-American coup in Iran in 1953?
So the next time Theresa May walks to the political platform and starts talking about Assad gassing his own people, you can say with confidence: “Dear Theresa, please humour me again.”
-  For other sources, see Whitney Webb, “Theresa May’s Change of Heart on Syria Strikes: Nothing to Explain It Except a Family Chat,” MintPress News, April 19, 2018.
-  Adam Becket, “Here are all Theresa May’s potential conflicts of interest from the political donors who funded her rise to power,” Business Insider, July 20, 2017.
Jonas E. Alexis has degrees in mathematics and philosophy. He studied education at the graduate level. His main interests include U.S. foreign policy, the history of the 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.