Favorite for next Prime Minister — Rishi Sunak's Family Runs A China-Linked, World Economic Forum Partner Company Pushing Digital ID and Social Credit Scores. https://t.co/T2MDXRbfJN— Raheem J. Kassam (@RaheemKassam) October 23, 2022
As we mentioned this morning, the New World Order and Klaus Schwab’s World Economic Forum’s goals want to physically remake us. They want you to own nothing and be happy. The WEF has been controlling the globalist elite for longer than any of us realized. Klaus Schwab’s Young Global Leaders have been installed as puppet leaders in countries across the Western world. Radical left luminaries such as Justin Trudeau in Canada, Emmanuel Macron in France, Angela Merkel in Germany, Vlaimir Putin in Russia, and Jacinda Ardern in New Zealand, as well as billionaires Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos, are the most egregious examples.
Today, Rishi Sunak became Britain’s latest Prime Minister. He is also an alumnus of the World Economic Forum Global Leader’s program and there is usually a description of him on their site. Today there is just a photo.
Sunak, whose parents came to the UK from East Africa in the 1960s, is of Indian descent. His father was a local doctor while his mother ran a pharmacy in southern England. He is the first person of color to hold the position. He lost the leadership race to Liz Truss last month but she proved herself not up to the task when her enemies from within and without the Conservative party forced her to U-turn on her pledge to reduce taxes.
He is a known globalist and has amongst other things, been a keynote speaker at the WEF promoting the necessity and goals being taken to achieve a “green economy.”
In addition, his family has ties to Infosy, the second-largest Indian IT company and the official technology partner of the World Economic Forum . InfoSys has earned praise from the WEF, being dubbed a “global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting.” The firm was founded by Sunak’s wife, Akshata Murthy’s billionaire father. Meanwhile, she maintains she is not domiciled in the UK to avoid paying tax there. This is a fascinating take for a former Chancellor of the Exchequer and now Prime Minister’s wife who will now live in accommodations paid for by the British tax-payer.
Infosys is listed as an official partner of the World Economic Forum (WEF), which has been accused of seeking to develop the technological infrastructure to implement a global “social credit score” system.
Social credit scores have been used by authoritarian regimes to deny rights and restrict the movements of individuals who fail to comply with arbitrary diktats. For the World Economic Forum, social credit priorities would likely focus on left-wing social issues like climate change, diversity, and equity. (National Pulse)
Infosys President Mohit Joshi has written articles for the site in favor of digital banking, which provides the technological framework for the “social credit score” system the WEF has come under scrutiny for attempting to effectuate across the world.
Joshi echoes these sentiments in an article for the WEF from August 2020: “Why it’s time to take central banks’ digital currencies seriously.”
“Who then can blame the People’s Bank of China (PBOC) when it announced in February that it would be destroying cash collected in high-risk environments, such as public transport, markets or in hospitals?”
“Digital currencies could remove the cumbersome operational and security apparatus which surround conventional forms of money transmission,” continues his article, before claiming “there are political and social benefits as well.”
This is a blatant move to introduce social credits systems where we can only purchase goods and services if we conform to the government’s notion of what’s good for us. Sunik is known to support these digital currencies and as Chancellor (Finance Minister) he pushed for it.
Sunak also told the Telegraph that he wanted a “complete sea change” in relations with the Chinese Communist Party in favor of increased trade ties and economic collaboration. China, in turn, has endorsed Sunak’s candidacy.
In the first year, 1992, a number of highly influential candidates were elected. Among 200 selected were global profiles such as Angela Merkel, Tony Blair, Nicolas Sarkozy, Bill Gates, Bono, Richard Branson (Virgin), Jorma Ollila (Shell Oil), and José Manuel Barroso (President of the European Commission 2004–2014).
Other examples of influential Young Global Leaders:
Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden
Crown Prince Haakon of Norway
Crown Prince Fredrik of Denmark
Prince Jaime de Bourbon de Parme, Netherlands
Princess Reema Bint Bandar Al-Saud, Ambassador for Saudi-Arabia in USA
Jacinda Arden, Prime Minister, New Zeeland
Alexander De Croo, Prime Minister, Belgium
Emmanuel Macron, President, France
Sanna Marin, Prime Minister, Finland
Carlos Alvarado Quesada, President, Costa Rica
Faisal Alibrahim, Minister of Economy and Planning, Saudi Arabia
Shauna Aminath, Minister of Environment, Climate Change and Technology, Maldives
Ida Auken, MP, former Minister of Environment, Denmark (author to the infamous article “Welcome To 2030: I Own Nothing, Have No Privacy And Life Has Never Been Better”)
Annalena Baerbock, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Leader of Alliance 90/Die Grünen, Germany
Kamissa Camara, Minister of the Digital Economy and Planning, Mali
Ugyen Dorji, Minister of Domestic Affairs, Bhutan
Chrystia Freeland, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Canada
Martín Guzmán, Minister of Finance, Argentina
Muhammad Hammad Azhar, Minister of Energy, Pakistan
Paula Ingabire, Minister of Information and communications technology and Innovation, Rwanda
Ronald Lamola, Minister of Justice and Correctional Services, South Africa
Birgitta Ohlson, Minister for European Union Affairs 2010–2014, Sweden
Mona Sahlin, Party Leader of the Social Democrats 2007–2011, Sweden
Stav Shaffir, Leader of the Green Party, Israel
Vera Daves de Sousa, Minister of Finance, Angola
Leonardo Di Caprio, actor and Climate Activist
Mattias Klum, photographer and Environmentalist
Jack Ma, Founder of Alibaba
Larry Page, Founder of Google
Ricken Patel, Founder of Avaaz
David de Rothschild, adventurer and Environmentalist
Jimmy Wale, Founder of Wikipedia
Jacob Wallenberg, Chairman of Investor
Niklas Zennström, Founder of Skype
Mark Zuckerberg, Founder of Facebook