Global Res. 17 Apr. 2018: The Prime Minister took the decision to bomb Syria – without even so much as consulting Parliament – under the full knowledge that her husband’s investment firm would make a financial killing from the resultant bloodbath (?).
aside from the ease at which he is able to glean insider information from his wife about potential decisions which could go on to make huge profits for his firm, there is a far darker conflict of interest that has so far gone undiscussed.
Philip May is a Senior Executive of Capital Group, an Investment Firm who buy 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%.
On the 14th April 2018, the Prime Minister Theresa May sanctioned British military action on Syria in response to an apparent chemical attack on the city of Douma – air strikes that saw the debut of a new type of Cruise Missile, the JASSM, produced exclusively by the Lockheed Martin Corporation.
The debut of this new – and incredibly expensive – weapon was exactly what US President Donald Trump was referring to when he tweeted that the weapons being fired on Syria would be “nice and new and ‘smart!’”
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 (?).
Consequently, with the air strikes on Syria having hugely boosted Lockheed Martin’s share price when markets reopened on Monday, Philip May’s firm subsequently made a fortune from their investment in the Defence giant.
Philip May is a relationship manager – not a direct fund manager. And this is how this “grey eminence” plays a very important role as Theresa May´s principal adviser: The Financial Times 28 March 2017: “He (Mr. May) can gather much-needed intelligence for the famously reserved prime minister, whose close circle of trusted advisers is said to consist of just three people: her husband, and joint Downing Street chiefs of staff Fiona Hill and Nick Timothy.
Within this small group Mr May’s role, according to one senior figure in business and politics, is to be “super-supportive and very smiley”.
Another profiteer is Rothschild who holds 2.8% of Lockheed Martin´s shares.
Iain Anderson, chairman of City communications firm Cicero, said: “Keeping the door open to business and continuing to talk to them is going to be absolutely vital.”
Indeed, for the City of London is the Residence of the Rothschild dynasty´s grip on the world.
So, Mr. may is the connection of his prime minister wife with Rothschild´s City of London
The text on the banner right means: “Lord Lead us”. With the devil symbols on either side and the 4 similar dragons at each corner of the “Squaremile” it´s easy to see that Lucifer, the God of Masons and here and here as well as of the Pharisees (John 8:44) is meant.
As the Frankist satanist Rothschilds rule the Bank of England in the Squaremile they are the real rulers of “The Crown” – all that was once the British Enpire – and beyond since they have their central banks to regulate the money supplies of countries worldwide
Politicoscope 17 Apr. 2018 The company, Capital Group, is also the second-largest shareholder in Lockheed Martin – a US military arms firm that supplies weapons systems, aircraft and logistical support. Its shares have also rocketed since the missile strikes last week.
It has been reported that the UK’s contribution to military strikes was to fire eight ‘Storm-Shadow’ missiles at an alleged chemical weapons facility, each of which cost £790,000 ($1.13 million) – totaling £6.32 million
$9 million). The missiles were manufactured by BAE Systems.
Philip May’s Capital Group was linked to the Paradise Papers (tax evasion) scandal in 2017. News and current affairs magazine, Private Eye, suggested at the time that Philip May’s company used offshore law firm Appleby to devise investments in tax havens.