Theresa’s guilty feet may have no rhythm but she’s leading us all a merry dance…

“Theresa May. We are talking here of an empty politician without beliefs. Perhaps I should rephrase that. She does hold beliefs. But they change regularly according to political convenience … I wonder if Mrs May has the intellect to grasp how dangerous her conduct has become. There is a giant deficit of trust at the heart of British public life, and it is precisely because of politicians like her. The British people are sick and tired of those in power who say one thing and do another, and whose decisions are based around their personal advancement not principle. They are fed up with politicians who don’t mind if they lie and cheat because it’s all part of some Westminster game.”

– Peter Oborne

“One of the least understood, yet most important, things about British Prime Minister Theresa May is that she is the daughter of a Church of England vicar. The fact that she is personally devout … The link with May should be obvious. The lack of explicit theological distinctiveness in her church coheres with an almost complete lack of ideology in her politics. She seems to have no large vision of how society should be organised or the economy run”

“It is part of me. It is part of who I am and therefore how I approach things … it is a part of me it’s there and it obviously helps to frame my thinking and my approach.”

⁃ Theresa May on her C of E faith.

I bring up Theresa May’s religious background because it adds invaluable context to what I’m about to say.

Theresa May has been a ‘fixer’ in her previous roles within the Conservative Party, it’s a big part of how she was able to get to where she is today and goes a way to explaining her motives when in the Home Office.

Under Theresa May’s watch as Home Secretary, 114 files from an investigation into a collection of documents pertaining to historic child abuse cases dating from 1979–1999 went missing…

“Theresa May has since admitted that there “might have been” a cover-up at the Home Office in the 1980s concerning allegations that politicians were involved in child sex abuse. However, she stated that an official review found that the claim was “not proven”.

Nevertheless, The Wanless report concluded that “shambolic” record keeping at the Home Office meant a definite answer could not be given either way. Though the files remained missing, it claimed that no one person could be directly connected to the allegations…”

And when you consider the curious case of Theresa May’s father, things become even more suspect…

“So there is the life of Hubert Brasier, it doesn’t seem like there’s is much to see. Yet just after Theresa May took over at No.10 her campaign team started to request the deletion of web addresses linked to Hubert Brasier. If you were to go to Wikipedia and type in Hubert Brasier there will be no results. I first realised that he had once had a Wiki entry when I found a version of it in French, and then one in Spanish. Any researcher has the wonderfully named ‘Wayback Machine’ to help them nowadays. You can go to the archive and find pages that have been deleted … For some reason the people around May, or May herself, do not want you looking into the history of Hubert Brasier

On 8th July 2014, Theresa May as Home Secretary, oversaw the appointment of Baroness Butler-Sloss to the inquiry set up to investigate child sexual abuse by prominent politicians and clergy in the previous decades. Within 6 days of the announcement of Baroness Butler-Sloss as chair, she was forced to stand down for obvious conflicts of interest.

Theresa May had selected somebody whose brother was Attorney General during some of the periods being investigated. Later the same year May chose the then Lord Mayor of London, Fiona Woolf, to chair the inquiry. Fiona Woolf had to stand down when it became apparent that she had lived near Leon Brittan, who had also been accused of alleged sexual abuse. She recalled sending him and his wife a dinner invite at around the time of the accusations. It was almost as if Theresa May was sabotaging the inquiry with no regard for the victims who still required answers. On 4th February 2015, May announced that Dame Lowell Goddard, a New Zealand High Court judge, would be taking over as chair.

But a month after Theresa May became Prime Minister, in August 2016, the new Home Secretary Amber Rudd announced the resignation of Dame Lowell Goddard. Soon after her resignation it was announced that one of the existing panel members, Professor Alexis Jay, became the chair. But now the inquiry has faced serious and obvious questions about its credibility.”

“Is a PM whose government used the official secrets act to protect paedophile sex offenders a fit person to run the country?”

⁃ Irvine Welsh

“MPs largely divided along government-opposition lines over a vote to ensure that the Official Secrets Act does not cover historical allegations of child sex abuse.

Theresa May, home secretary, has repeatedly given assurances that the act should not stop anyone from giving evidence to the overarching inquiry into child sex abuse (CSA). However, as Exaro reports today, the government defeated a proposed amendment to the Official Secrets Act (OSA)

The disclosure of the government’s blockage of amending the OSA comes as Exaro also reveals how the Independent Police Complaints Commission’s investigation into allegations of cover-ups by the police goes far wider than Sir Cyril Smith, the former Liberal MP who died in 2010. This is the full list of how MPs voted on Mann’s proposed amendment to the OSA, broken down by party.”

Since becoming PM she has remained true to form. She receives weekly updates about the “sexual indiscretions” of Conservative MP’s, and has knowingly allowed those accused of wrongdoing to serve in her cabinet.

And it doesn’t end with protecting deviants and paedophiles. Theresa May tried to suppress a Home Office report in 2014 titled ‘Impacts of migration on UK native employment‘, where it shows there is ‘relatively little evidence’ of British workers being displaced — i.e. migrants taking the jobs of ‘natives’. This was just before she started sending out her “Go Home” vans. Theresa May was personally responsible for the policy to create a ‘hostile environment’.

Allegedly, there were nine such reports that Theresa May suppressed in her time as Home Secretary, as revealed by Vince Cable;

“When I was Business Secretary there were up to nine studies that we looked at that took in all the academic evidence. It showed that immigration had very little impact on wages or employment. But this was suppressed by the Home Office under Theresa May, because the results were inconvenient. I remember it vividly. Overwhelmingly it has been the case that overseas workers have been complimentary rather than competitive to British workers.”

– Vince Cable

This is a woman who is willing to purposefully manufacture public divisions through perverting the British people’s access to the proper information needed to create informed opinions.

She has continually ignored the data and evidence to push forward her own spurious agenda.

You can see this from the Parliament transcript records from Tuesday 22 October 2013…

“Our objective remains to reduce annual net migration to the tens of thousands by the end of the Parliament … the current system provides individuals with multiple opportunities to bring challenges throughout the process. That increases the risk of further delays before removal takes place. We want to adopt a system in which only one decision is made. That will inform the individual that they cannot stay in the UK, and enable immigration enforcement to remove them if they do not leave voluntarily … we can deport first and hear appeals later.

– Theresa May

This is the policy that directly lead to deporting rightful British citizens in the Windrush scandal.

And it doesn’t end there…

“A damning report has accused the Government of fuelling “toxic” anti-immigrant feeling just as it emerged that ministers have for years vastly overestimated the number of foreign students staying in Britain.”

Something they’ve long known from their own reports on the subject. This is a piece from the Times, last year…

“Only 1 per cent of international students break the terms of their visa by refusing to leave after their course ends, a secret government study has found.

The research threatens to undermine Theresa May’s case for a crackdown on foreign student recruitment and calls into question past estimates that put the figure far higher. Official statistics have been used to suggest that tens of thousands of foreign students “vanish” each year after finishing their degrees, but the latest study would suggest that the true figure is 1,500.”

Knowing all this the Government commissioned an independent study into the role that EU nationals play in the UK economy, that study came out September 2018 – just six months before Britain’s deadline to exit the bloc. The report;

‘EEA migration in the UK: Final report Migration Advisory Committee September 2018’

“7. Taking all the new evidence into account we found that migrants have no or little impact on the overall employment and unemployment outcomes of the UK- born workforce.“

“8. In terms of wages the existing evidence and the analysis we present in the report suggests that migration is not a major determinate of the wages of UK- born workers.“

You can see the Resolution Foundation analysis of this report here.

“BRITAIN’S Conservative Party has put reducing immigration at the core of its policies. Stopping “uncontrolled immigration from the EU”, as Theresa May, the prime minister, put it in a speech on September 20th, appears to be the reddest of her red lines in the negotiations over Brexit.

Any deal that maintains free movement of people, she says, would fail to respect the result of the Brexit referendum.

In her “Chequers” proposal, Mrs May outlined her vision of Britain’s future relationship with the block, which would have placed restrictions on immigration from the EU. But the block rejected it as unworkable, and the stalemate makes the spectre of a chaotic Brexit next March without any agreement far more likely. 

Even if she were to manage to reduce migration significantly, however, Mrs May’s successors might come to regret it. According to the government’s latest review on immigration, by the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC), immigrants contribute more to the public purse on average than native-born Britons do. Moreover, European newcomers are the most lucrative group among them. The MAC reckons that each additional migrant from the European Economic Area (EEA) will make a total contribution to the public purse of approximately £78,000 over his or her lifetime (in 2017 prices). Last year, the average adult migrant from the EEA yielded £2,370 ($3,000) more for the Treasury than the average British-born adult did.

Oxford Economics, which carried out the assessment, said this meant the value of EU citizens to the economy was the equivalent of slapping 5p on income tax rates. But still she persists with her false narrative, all under the guise of the ‘will of the people’.

Theresa May has had ambitions on power for a long time, she has spent most of her career on manoeuvres. She has long known she has nothing to offer the British people, no vision, so poisonous rhetoric and scapegoating become the preferred choice of tactic. She has spent half her political career shaping the divisive nature of today’s politics.

Theresa May spent her campaign for the Tory leadership recasting herself as some sort of moderate with a concern for the people, a rhetoric which she has been pushing ever since. One of May’s very first acts in the role of Home Secretary in 2010? She ensured that public bodies no longer had to actively try to reduce inequality.

Reproduced in full below is a Daily Telegraph article by Jonathan Foreman which was pulled after pressure from Theresa May’s leadership campaign:

“Through her career as an MP, Theresa May has received hundreds of thousands of pounds in financial donations from bankers, business owners, and property magnates. Receiving campaign donations is a routine activity for any politician. But each gift carries a potential conflict of interest. She received funding from Remain supporters after the referendum, despite her commitment to Brexit. May received £5,000 from a senior citizens’ care home operator whose company has been cited by authorities for unhygienic conditions in the past. About £70,000 has come from hedge fund operators and other investors. May’s donors also include figures caught up in David Cameron’s donations for honours controversy.”

She habitually has serious issues with telling the truth or even answering a straightforward question directly. She has a tendency to say “let me be clear” quite a lot. Usually just before she utters some form of deception.

She consistently and deliberately misleads Parliament most weeks at PMQ’s and has a habit of using discredited statistics.

Just two days after the Department for Education was censured by the UK Statistics Authority  for “misrepresenting” changes in school funding, May was back in PMQ’s repeating the same lie.

When it comes to PMQ’s, this is an habitual routine.

Or the latest example:

“Theresa May, whose mouth spouts so much horse shit you’d think her anus gobbled oats…”

⁃ David Mitchell

And since she became Prime Minister, the country has accelerated its slide into dystopia. 440 people died either on the streets or in temporary accommodation last year.

The Kids Right Index measures elements such as life expectancy, health, education, protection and rights. When Theresa May became PM in 2016 the U.K. ranked 11th in the world, by 2018 it has fallen to 173rd.

At the same time she added 167.6 billion (£167,600,000,000) to the national debt.

In Theresa May’s Tory government you can buy access to the Prime Minister for £55,000. In other countries, they would call that corruption.

But the greed, corruption and complicity of the Mays doesn’t end there. Medicinal cannabis was in the news again recently. Because of the plight of young Billy Caldwell, the lengths his desperate family were forced to go to and the negative PR that was being generated as the press highlighted their fight. The government were forced to announce;

“Sajid Javid uses special power to issue licence for Billy Caldwell to receive medicine”

One has to wonder, why such a fuss allowing severely afflicted kids to have access to such vital medicine…

Well. As it turns out, they want cannabis to remain a schedule-one drug under the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971 (MODA). This means it is regarded as having little or no therapeutic value and is subjected to the most restrictive controls.

At the same time, however, the government has issued licenses to biotech firm GW Pharmaceutical to produce a medical cannabis product called Sativex, which (after a lot of legislative chicanery) is listed as a schedule-4 substance, meaning it can be prescribed for patients by doctors.

You can see the lawful schedule definitions here.

GW Pharmaceutical is the only company to have such a licence…

“As mentioned above, GW Pharmaceutical’s Epidiolex is about to become the first licensed CBD product to negotiate the medical regulatory system and win FDA approval …

Among those who may be pleased at this news is UK Home Office drugs minister, Victoria Atkins. British Sugar, of which Atkins’ husband Paul Kenward is managing director, grows 45 acres of raw cannabis to supply GW to manufacture Epidiolex.

Also pleased will be UK Prime Minister Theresa May. May’s husband, Philip May works for Capital group, which has a 19% holding in GW through its subsidiary, Capital Research Management Company

The Government maintains cannabis has ‘no medical uses’ through keeping it in Schedule 1 but then licenses the world’s biggest medical cannabis industry!”

In addition, the two UK politicians, indeed ministers, best placed to reform our failed & archaic cannabis laws, both potentially stand to benefit financially from our booming legal cannabis industry.”

…suddenly all becomes clear.

It actually turns out that Capital have upped their stake in GW Pharmaceuticals to 22%

“Victoria Atkins MP is now a junior Home Office minister with responsibility for drugs policy. She has spoken out forcefully against any form of legalisation or regulation of cannabis in the UK. She also rigidly maintains the government’s line that there is ‘no therapeutic value’ in cannabis. Of course, when it comes to her husband she takes a different view and, of course, she has authority to see licences issued entirely on her own discretion.”

The government have effectively given GW a monopoly on legal cannabis in the UK, while anyone caught using other forms of cannabis for medical purposes could face up to 14 years in prison.

“Most PCTs and health authorities are refusing to fund Sativex because of the extraordinarily high price that GW and its UK distributors Bayer want to charge the NHS. At about £175 per bottle, Sativex costs around 10 times what organised crime sells cannabis for on the streets. Products that are pharmacologically identical to Sativex are available from medical marijuana dispensaries in the US for around $20 per bottle (usually containing much more than the GW product)”

This is pure corruption, greed and hypocrisy.

To further the point;

“She comes from quite a religious background and she has a religious, what you might call an extremist position, about drugs, except alcohol. So she has made the situation worse because she has actively excluded evidence and common sense from the Home Office.”

Professor David Nutt

It doesn’t matter if it’s immigration, drug policy or foreign policy, the evidence is excluded because it continually conflicts with Theresa May’s personal agenda.

If you’ve read this far then you should already be appalled by this women. Now realise that I haven’t even yet got into her crimes against humanity…

If you’ve ever wondered as to why Theresa May and the Tories are happy for the worlds largest humanitarian crisis in Yemen to continue, it’s because they personally profit from it. That’s why you never hear her say a peep about it

The same is true whenever bombs are dropped anywhere, like Syria. Take a look at how Philip May once again profits;

Reports state 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 – totaling £6.32 million. The missiles were manufactured by BAE Systems.

BAE Systems have also just signed a deal with the Saudi government for the provisional sale of 48 Typhoon jets to the kingdom, allowing them to drop more BAE missiles on Yemen.

The crisis in Yemen is now so bad that UN experts have called on Britain and the U.S to stop arming Saudi Arabia for its campaign in Yemen amid evidence that Western bombs are being used in war crimes.

And as the senior children’s rights researcher at Human Rights Watch recently pointed out;

Yet barely a week after the release of this damning report by the UN implicating the UAE and Saudi Arabia in human rights violations and war crimes, it’s business as usual as British MP’s will host the UAE’s foreign minister at a roundtable in Parliament that they were trying to keep secret. The same MP’s who happen to have had a recent all expenses paid trip to Dubai!

Now this situation is certainly not attributable to Theresa May. The U.K. has long been set up to operate as an international arms dealer which every Prime Minister and many self-serving politicians since the 1960’s has facilitated and profited from. But it’s under this Tory government that the U.K. has become the world’s second biggest arms dealer. Though it does look like Phillip and Theresa May are going to personally profit like no other before them…

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