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UK Prime Minister Frontrunner’s Family Has Links to World Economic Forum Partner Company, Pushes Digital ID and Social Credit Scores


While former UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s resignation was welcomed, I remain weary about who his replacement shall be.

Typically, the replacement ends up being more of a globalist authoritarian freak than the individual who stepped down.

Former British finance minister Rishi Sunak emerged as the frontrunner to become the next prime minister.

A National Pulse report reveals that Sunak’s family has ties “to a technology partner of the World Economic Forum that has advocated for a Chinese Communist Party-style economy complete with trackable, digital identities and currency.”

The National Pulse explained:

Sunak, who topped the second round of voting by Conservative Members of Parliament (MP) in the Tory leadership race on July 15th following Boris Johnson’s resignation, is widely considered the “neoliberal” or “globalist” candidate.

The father of Sunak’s wife Akshata Murthy is the founder of Infosys, an Indian information technology company that provides services to a host of Fortune 500 companies and banks. One of the company’s leading services is Finacle, a digital banking platform. Murthy remains a foreign citizen with “non dom” i.e. non UK tax-paying status despite her husband’s work as Britain’s most senior finance chief, and expectation of becoming Prime Minister.

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.

The WEF has praised Infosys as a “global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting.”

National Pulse also noted that several Infosys executives have contributed to WEF articles, including the company’s Global Head, President, and Chief Compliance Officer.

“Infosys President Mohit Joshi has penned 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,” the report states.

Joshi echoes these sentiments in an article for the WEF from August 2020: “Why it’s time to take central banks’ digital currencies seriously.”

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Another op-ed by Joshi – “Digital identity can help advance inclusive financial services” – advocates for granting every person a “unique digital identity” to conduct financial transactions.

He pointed to the Chinese Communist Party as a successful example of this policy.

And as The National Pulse noted, China favors Sunak as prime minister.

Sunak himself has a history of being soft on China, telling 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 short, the United Kingdom would have another globalist shill if Rishi Sunak indeed becomes prime minister.

Read the full report HERE.


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