theresa MAY is corrupt, there is absolutely no getting around this because on countless occasions she has personally benefitted from the decisions she has made as PM and the government made when she was Home Secretary. Her husband Philip May is a Senior Executive of the Capital Group, an investment firm who are worth around £1.4 trillion.

Former Conservative MP for Chichester, Andrew Tyrie once said during a Newsnight profile of the PM’s husband that “Philip is clearly acting as, informally, an advisor to Theresa. Probably much like Denis did to Margaret Thatcher.”

Profit over people

Since 2010, the government led by the Conservatives have pursued policies that have been detrimental to the general population but have increased the profit of the richest around the world and large beneficiaries of these policies have been government ministers themselves.

Many people claim that Theresa May has been one of the most significant beneficiaries from those decisions taken. Her husband Philip May, who is a Senior Executive for Capital Group has seen significant growth in income and this has been down to two significant aspects that no doubt creates a conflict of interest for Theresa May.

Firstly, Capital Group is one of the companies listed in the Paradise Papers. These papers show which companies and people use off-shore firms to avoid paying tax in the UK. In 2015, the government led by David Cameron and George Osborne, the former has been said to also benefit from tax avoidance schemes, rejected the EU legislation that will clamp down on multinational tax avoidance, with Osborne pursuing a legal bid to stop the legislation.

However, he did fail and it will come into place in 2019, coincidentally when Britain leaves the EU.

Lockheed Martin and BAE Systems

More prominently, however, Capital Group are a major shareholder in weapons manufacturer Lockheed Martin with around a 10% share and have profited significantly since 2001 and the war in Afghanistan, the 2003 invasion of Iraq and again in 2011, when the government decided to intervene in Libya.

But more recently, they have been major beneficiaries of the ongoing conflicts in Syria, where the recent air strikes that saw the debut of a new type of Cruise Missile, the JASSM, produced exclusively by the Lockheed Martin Corporation., the genocide of Palestinians by Israel and the Yemeni civil war that started in 2015.

Lockheed Martin supply weapons to Saudi Arabia, UAE, Israel and Turkey (plus more of course), which means they have significant interest in keeping the Yemeni war ongoing because they supply both sides, Turkey are involved in Northern Syria and Israel are both involved in Syria by – by proxy to get at Iran – and are indiscriminately killing Palestinians.

Whilst all of this is going on, Lockheed Martin spends $13 million a year lobbying government around the world.

The profitability of war for the Prime Minister can be said to go much deeper. It has been revealed that Capital Group is also the major shareholder in BAE Systems and that the UK contributed eight ‘Storm-Shadow’ missiles in the Syrian airstrikes, each of which cost £790,000 ($1.13 million) – totalling £6.32 million ($9 million). The missiles were manufactured by BAE Systems. They list their principle markets as UK, US, Australia and Saudi Arabia.

Evidence seems to demonstrate that companies like Capital Group directly profit from the bloodshed of other people. Theresa May and her husband are major beneficiaries of this bloodshed and it isn’t some obscure family link, it is that Philip May plays a major role in the investment portfolio of Capital Group and has insider information and power over decision making by being an ‘unofficial adviser’ to the Prime Minister.