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Would-Be British PM Rishi Sunak’s Family Runs A China-Linked, World Economic Forum Partner Company Pushing Digital ID and Social Credit Scores.

Sunak's wife is a foreign citizen with a shareholding in the WEF-linked company.

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.

Social credit scores have been used by authoritarian regimes to deny rights and restrict the movements of individuals who fail to comply with diktats. For the World Economic Forum, social credit priorities would likely focus on left-wing social issues like climate change, diversity, and equity.

Klaus Schwab’s Candidate.

Far from being a silent partner, InfoSys has earned praise from the WEF, being dubbed a “global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting.”

“With three decades of experience in managing the systems and workings of global enterprises, it steers clients through their digital journey by enabling them with an artificial intelligence-powered core that helps prioritize the execution of change…”

– WEF on the Sunak-linked InfoSys

Several Infosys executives have also contributed articles to the WEF website, 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.

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

“What is clear is that the crisis of COVID-19 presents many challenges – but also a unique opportunity to rethink how money is managed and used in our society,” he asks.

“There also credible concerns that paper money can transmit the virus,” he claimed before asking:

“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.”

China’s Candidate.

“The potential for China here is immense. If the e-RMB is adopted broadly as a system to streamline trade and reduce risk, China could become the world’s trade banker, as well as its factory. Yet the bigger goal for China is actually more local, and relates to financial inclusion. Digitising the RMB will grant access to financial services to hundreds of millions of citizens, including some of the most disadvantaged. This benefit is something that can be applied to any country across the world,” continues the article, which also revealed that Infosys is contributing to digitization efforts.

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 points to the Chinese Communist Party as a successful example of this policy:

“The Chinese government in Zhejiang Province has developed an “enterprise digital code” for just this purpose, responding to small and mediums banks (SMBs) with easy-to-access financial resources. MYBank, a subsidiary of Ant Financial, the Chinese Big Tech firm, collaborates with the Chinese government through this scheme to provide cheap loans and other financial products to SMBs.”

He also calls for the creation of a “digital stability board” to regulate all payments.

“This “digital stability board” would give members the platform to share best practices and monitor risks in digital commerce and health care, for instance. With this board in place, data trusts could be built to manage individuals’ and SMBs’ data,” he explains.

Screen-Shot-2022-07-15-at-1.35.46-PM-800 WEF Article Featuring China’s Ant Group.

Infosys is also a member of the WEF’s Partnering Against Corruption Initiative (PACI), which includes cross-industry representatives from the world’s largest corporations. The National Pulse recently exposed how the initiative, which purports to fight for transparency in business practices, is the former CEO of Reuters who now serves as a board member at COVID-19 vaccine maker Pfizer.

Its leaders are also involved with different WEF sub-groups, such as the Global Head of Sustainability and Design Consulting Services Corey Glickman, who is a member of the WEF Pioneer Cities working group.

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.

https://thenationalpulse.com/2022/07/16/company-founded-family-of-uk-prime-minister-frontrunner-is-wef-partner-advocating-for-china-style-digital-identities-currency/?utm_source=substack
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On 10/24/2022 at 3:44 PM, webtrekker said:

Diwali, India's biggest and most important holiday of the year, is a festival of lights that celebrates the triumph of light over darkness, good over evil and the human ability to overcome.

 

Throughout Covid, 'they' heavily overused the term light at the end of the tunnel. It was almost like, I bet you I can squeeze it in this interview, even if it's out of context or sticks out a mile ...

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On 10/24/2022 at 5:11 PM, Tinfoil Hat said:

 ... but it was his part in implementing the lock-downs that has deliberately created so much of the current financial trouble we're in.

 

I used to think that, but 'everyone' said it was entirely Liz's fault and now I think, yes of course that makes perfect sense 😄

 

23th March 2020 to 6th September 2022

897 days

 

6th September to 20th October 2022 

44 days / 6 weeks 

 

Don't you know anything? 

 

Rishi actually saved busineses, by stopping them working and siphoning off the taxpayers money.

 

What are you a conspiracy theorist? I bet you didn't even take the vaccine. Why can't you just do what you're told for once? 

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10 hours ago, Observations said:

 

I used to think that, but 'everyone' said it was entirely Liz's fault and now I think, yes of course that makes perfect sense 😄

 

23th March 2020 to 6th September 2022

897 days

 

6th September to 20th October 2022 

44 days / 6 weeks 

 

Don't you know anything? 

 

Rishi actually saved busineses, by stopping them working and siphoning off the taxpayers money.

 

What are you a conspiracy theorist? I bet you didn't even take the vaccine. Why can't you just do what you're told for once? 

 

Yes of course, I was forgetting to embrace the reigning utter insanity.

 

Ooh, I'd like to get my hands on that little bastard's Adam's apple - and same goes for the rest of them.

 

The spin they put in things is ludicrous. As well as everything being down to Lizzie Borden's 2 minutes in charge, the other thing I keep hearing is that she was treated meanly by her playmates. Like she wasn't put there to erase people's goldfish-like memory of the economy's destruction at the very hands of Sunak, and with the specific agenda to make everything worse. 

 

These people should all be facing a judge & jury. I would volunteer for jury service!

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9 minutes ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

Yes of course, I was forgetting to embrace the reigning utter insanity.

 

Thanks Tinfoil, enjoyed your reply, and isn't it bloody refreshing to not have to tell you I was kidding about. If I don't laugh I'll cry and so on. Great point about erasing memories. Is someone keeping track of all this 😉 

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Ian Collins; Does a politicians wealth matter? I don't think it does? ( Same old soundbite, repetitive

and shallow media questions - creating more X factor style reality tv politics )

 

He married well, let's say, to a very successful and charming wife. His ability to be right about the details perhaps more than anyone in politics - Mike Wood MP

 

In my opinion, and I have spoken to many about this over the years ... as a comparable example ... the introduction of white collar workers, fresh out if uni ... in business and industry, instead of those that worked their way up, has been a disaster for all of those on the 'ground'. 

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Just stop oil / state sponsored t*rrorists, throw paint over cars?. Yet you're not 'allowed' to use the 'wrong'... words.

 

I'm already sick of hearing covid supporting media luvvys, saying it's such an important cause that you can't criticise it. Someone added the certain death quotes for added effect.

 

On Al Jazeera today something called the climate optimism show, or what was it ... and a guest from the UN... clean air ... lungs ... 

 

Repetition Repetition Repetition 

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22 hours ago, Velma said:

Rishi Sunak said he will “deliver” but didn’t say exactly what he would deliver. Liz Truss also said she would “deliver, deliver, deliver…” and she did; she delivered chaos by exacerbating the economic crisis instigated by her own party, when they forced individuals out of business during lockdown.

 

Sadly "deliver" is just one of these corporate 'buzzwords' that get thrown around to make people think that something has been 'achieved'.

 

The likes of Sunak and Truss couldn't deliver a parcel.

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Here's a very interesting and insightful article on our new PM Rishi Sunak which raises an awful lot of very pertinent questions, notably his rapid rise to the top in politics and his educational background of which no-one seems to remember him... 

 

"We live in interesting times" as they say...

 

So, another day, another random unelected UK Prime Minister saunters into number 10... (as an astute memer recently observed, we'll have Sam Allardyce tomorrow, Inspector Gadget the day after, and Peppa Pig to round off the weekend). If you think this is an utter farce, a slapstick mess, a preposterous mockery of democracy and all our forefathers fought for, then, don't worry - you are meant to. It's all part of the show to trigger "change", ultimately leading to a General Election - but not until infiltrating intelligence asset, Rishi ("Sunak the Spook" has quite the ring to it, don't you think?) has done his bit first.

 

Mr. Sunak is not a "politician" in any conventional sense and it seems senior politicians in the UK and worldwide Western cabinets have not been so for quite some time. Rather, he is an infiltrating asset of the deep state who has been manoeuvred into power on their behalf and to fulfil their requirements (and they're not really even bothering to hide this at this point - Sunak was not elected by the country, not elected by the party, and yet, here he is). Bear in mind, Rishi "richer than the Royals" Sunak presides over a huge fortune, with his personal wealth set at £730 million and his good lady wife's, $1.2 billion.

 

Why would such a fabulously wealthy man want to slum it in a glorified office job for £160k? Someone with that level of wealth is so colossally out of touch with the concerns of ordinary people - at any time, let alone in a cost of living crisis - and so insulated from any struggles that affect the people he claims to represent and "serve", it is transparently obvious that he is not occupying the highest office in the land for any reasons but nefarious ones and to serve his real masters, whom - surely needless to say - are certainly not the British public. So who is he really serving and why?

 

There was a very revealing piece in the Daily Mail today, entitled: 'Rishi Sunak studied at Stanford, but NONE of his professors remember him!'

 

Taken at face value, this seems a very odd, non-article: if none of them can remember him, there's not much for them to say about him, is there?

 

But look more closely. If someone claims to have attended a university, yet none of their professors have any recollection of them having done so, what is the most likely explanation for this?

 

The most likely explanation is that they didn't really attend (at least, not in the conventional sense), and that rather, this is part of a concocted backstory often given to spooks to conceal the time they spent in intelligence training. I remember a very similar scenario occurring with Barack Obama - that nobody at the university he claimed to have attended had any recollection of him.

Universities of course are enormous institutions processing tens of thousands of students every year, so, on the surface, it seems plausible that professors wouldn't remember one individual student from 15 years ago.

 

Link to original article here: https://miriaf.co.uk/i-spy-an-establishment-psyop/

 

But in reality, if we examine the specifics of this particular situation, it's not plausible. First of all, Sunak and his then-girlfriend (now wife) were, according to other students at the time, a very high-profile "power couple" on campus. They got noticed, and not just for their wealth and style, but also because, in Sunak's case, he had an English accent. Americans love English accents, and I happen to know - having attended an American university myself, and not that long after Sunak did (he went in 2006, I went in 2013) - that being an English student on an American campus is enough on its own to bestow upon you a kind of celebrity status. Everyone knows "that English student" ("that English girl with the hat" was my official title for the entire time I was at university over there). So, Sunak's cut-glass English vocals, coupled with the fact he was going out with a billionaire's daughter, would certainly make him memorable - but not only that: he was at the college on a top and highly sought after scholarship, The Fulbright Scholarship, signifying great academic prowess. The Fulbright Scholarship is a sign someone has been identified as highly talented and is destined for greatness, with its alumni list a glittering who's who of top politicians, literary stars, and other major establishment players. So with all these extraordinary credentials to Sunak's name... Is it really plausible that none of his professors remembered him?

 

No, it isn't. The reason they don't remember him is that Sunak's time at Stanford was not spent attending lectures and doing coursework for an MBA, as the "official story" suggests. That was the cover, for what he was really doing there: training as an intelligence asset with the CIA and similar agencies in order to fulfil his future role of infiltrating the UK political establishment to install the deep state's agenda.

 

That this happens within US academic institutions is no "conspiracy theory", it is very well documented fact. Commenting on the subject, the site Democracy Now reports:

 

"The Intelligence Authorization Act is an annual bill that allocates funds for intelligence agencies. When congress passed the 2004 legislation and President Bush signed it into law, the bill drew fire from many corners because it expanded the Patriot Act and was passed with little debate.

 

But there was another provision in the legislation that received almost no attention. Section 318 of the bill appropriated 4 million dollars to fund a pilot program called the Pat Roberts Intelligence Scholars Program, known as PRISP. The program is named after Kansas Republican Pat Roberts, who is chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. The scholarship was created in order to train intelligence operatives and analysts in American universities for careers in the CIA and other agencies. The students receive up to $50,000 dollars over a two-year period and are required to complete at least one summer internship at the CIA or other approved agencies. The program is veiled in secrecy–there are no public lists of the participants and there is no requirement that they disclose their affiliation to their professors. David Price in his article in CounterPunch titled, “The CIA’s Campus Spies,” writes that he tried to obtain more details about the program but the CIA spokesperson was reluctant to discuss them. Price states that the agency did confirm that ”PRISP now funds about 100 students who are studying at an undisclosed number of universities…. but they refused to identify which campuses are hosting these covert scholars.

 

Sunak was almost certainly recruited for this programme whilst at Oxford, his PPE degree being known prime hunting ground for intelligence agencies. Interestingly, MI6 have been focused in recent years on recruiting more assets from minority backgrounds. Much has been made in the press of Sunak's Indian heritage, which is a powerful political weapon to crush dissent - anyone who criticises or scrutinises the man can immediately be quashed with accusations of "racism".

Of course, Rishi's race is completely irrelevant. The idea that an enormously wealthy privately educated recipient of the Fulbright Scholarship has somehow endured a difficult path in life due to his race and, therefore, that his undemocratically inhabiting the highest office in the land is a victory for oppressed minorities, is totally ridiculous - but it's a handy red herring to derail the real discussion, namely, his quite obvious intelligence background.

 

So, now we have a highly trained intelligence asset working for the deep state installed in the country's most powerful office, and - while he won't be there for long - he has not spent 15 years in training for this for nothing. He has been tasked with first creating a financial crisis through printing billions with "furlough" and the like, and then initiating the "solution" to the problem he intentionally created - e.g., some combination of CBDCs, digital IDs, and social credit scoring, as per the business interests of his wife's ultra-wealthy and powerful family, and the deep state that very powerful families are always closely entwined with.

Once he's got this part of the agenda in motion, a General Election will be called and I would put good money on the fact that, at this point, Mr. Sunak will disappear from public life altogether.

 

The key thing to remember when analysing what's going on in the political pantomime, or indeed anything else on the world stage, is just how much of modern life and global events are illusory - staged deceptions concocted by intelligence agencies to dupe the public. High-level politics isn't "real", it's a military-intelligence psy-op, just like its close cousin, Hollywood (note the relentless crossover between politics and showbiz - this is because they are, in effect, exactly the same thing).

 

Rishi Sunak is no more a legitimate "Prime Minister of Britain", genuinely invested in improving the direction of the country and the lives of the people in it, than Hugh Grant was in Love Actually (and indeed, were it to go to the polls, I think we can safely assume Mr. Grant would get markedly more votes). It's all theatre - and it's a production that has been going on for a very long time, since at least the 1950s, when Operation Mockingbird was introduced, a high-level propaganda campaign with the ultimate aim of creating a completely false reality, using fake news stories and other means, as this gives the architects of the deception such enormous power.

 

"We'll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false." - so said William J. Casey, director of the CIA, in 1981 (when Rishi Sunak was one).

 

"They" know just how much power they have over the public consciousness when they can get the public to invest in a fabricated mirage - as Voltaire said, "those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities" - so the way we reclaim our power is by relentlessly exposing them, drawing attention to the holes in their narrative (cf. being a top scholar and campus celebrity at a university where nobody remembers you), and refusing to ratify their dark mind games by treating them as real.

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On 10/25/2022 at 6:49 PM, Macnamara said:

Now Sunak is Prime Minister – though he received the support of only half of Conservative MPs, he was not the favoured candidate of the Conservative Party members and he was not elected to the position by the British electorate. How the hell did that happen? Do you think I’m being paranoid to suspect that it was all fixed for the Goldman Sachs/WEF candidate to win?

  

I was a little surprised to discover, but should have already known, that the 1922 Committee has free rein to make up whatever leadership election process they like, "apparently" even on the spur of the moment and in a state of panic like this time (if you believe the narrative that this wasn't premeditated). They seemed determined to keep out the party membership and keep the election to the parliamentary party who would deliver their preferred candidate. 

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1 hour ago, Campion said:

They seemed determined to keep out the party membership and keep the election to the parliamentary party who would deliver their preferred candidate. 

 

That's exactly it. There was the 'pretence' of an election, whereby the 'elite' Tory MPs in the Commons presented a 'choice' of candidates to the wider party membership.

 

The 'elite' party MPs probably expected the wider grassroots party members to vote for Sunak over Truss.

 

But the members made the 'wrong choice'.

 

However, what still does bother me is that the media seemed to 'know' that Liz Truss was the 'next Prime Minister' before the votes had even been counted.

 

 

Perhaps this was all part of the pantomime; Sunak was always going to end up as PM, however people need to be convinced that 'elections don't work' and democracy needs to be replaced with technocracy. "The people can't be expected to get these kinds of important decisions right, so we need to make them for them."

 

 

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2 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

That's exactly it. There was the 'pretence' of an election, whereby the 'elite' Tory MPs in the Commons presented a 'choice' of candidates to the wider party membership.

 

Yes. But in the second round, the same people make the rules for the election, and are the voters in that election, for who will be Prime Minister of the whole union of nations. I'm trying to get my head round the reality that a political party is a private organisation making its own rules like your local golf club; but can be elected to parliament and run our countries like a public sector service. 

 

2 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

However, what still does bother me is that the media seemed to 'know' that Liz Truss was the 'next Prime Minister' before the votes had even been counted.

  

Unfortunately we're being tractor-beamed into a condition where media is reality, because we are so disconnected from the traditional realities of community and nature etc. 

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On 10/25/2022 at 7:46 PM, Nefaria said:

Nigel Farage hasn’t realised, the Conservatives are now after the minority vote (like Labour have done in the past)

 

no they are not after the minority vote. They are globalists looking to completely change the demographics of britain which is why they are flooding migrants into this country

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8 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

no they are not after the minority vote. They are globalists looking to completely change the demographics of britain which is why they are flooding migrants into this country

 

The whole system is designed to absorb minorities into the mainstream and neutralise them as much as possible. When you look at the main political parties they are made up of a coalition of different factions held together by mutual desire for survival and power in the first-past-the-post electoral system. 

  

This is also the globalist agenda for us, as our local identities are subordinated to the global hive mind out of a belief that's what we need for our survival. Anyone who tries to keep hold of their culture and identity separate from the global hegemony is labelled extremist, far-right or far-left, and a threat to peaceful society. Even as that very society crumbles and is replaced. 

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3 minutes ago, Campion said:

 

The whole system is designed to absorb minorities into the mainstream and neutralise them as much as possible. When you look at the main political parties they are made up of a coalition of different factions held together by mutual desire for survival and power in the first-past-the-post electoral system.

 

i don't really see them as separate parties as they are all clearly united on all the key issues:

 

-mass vaccinations and jabbings

-central banking

-upholding the 911 deception

-constant war

-mass migration

-centralisation of control

 

They are all really now just expressions of the same GLOBALIST parties wearing different ties to create a delusion in the minds of the public that they are actually being offered a viable choice by the system

 

 

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1 hour ago, Macnamara said:

They are all really now just expressions of the same GLOBALIST parties wearing different ties to create a delusion in the minds of the public that they are actually beiyng offered a viable choice by the system

 

I agree but they also hoodwink the ordinary members of the parties, and even many MPs, as well as the public, into thinking there is a genuine political democracy. 

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2 hours ago, Campion said:

 

I agree but they also hoodwink the ordinary members of the parties, and even many MPs, as well as the public, into thinking there is a genuine political democracy. 

 

i think the 'big beasts' of politics all know that they are playing a part. Its all theatre and they know it

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Talk Radio - Talk to Vanessa 

 

Did you hear the 5 pledges?

Is this a fairy tale or real life?

Ukraine, Covid, Brexit ...

Maybe you think no-one can get us out of it, or maybe you think a different PM can. Give me a call ...

 

They are treating us like mushrooms 

He's so weak 

He has no compassion 

You can't trust a word he says 

We've got worse and worse 

And now they're trying to con us that they're going to do something 

He can't do it, or he won't do it 

He's not a normal human being 

 

I feel desperately sorry for people 

That elderly lady that just called in 

They were the stalwarts of the country 

 

Tell me your biggest fear 

 

My biggest fear is civil unrest 

You can only push people so far 

Blood out of a stone

You've got Hunt who is a smirking puppet and he's going to push people more and more

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Saw Rishi talking on the news. He sounds like a really bad actor or salesman; so unbelievably fake and ponsy. He over emphasises. What a jack ass. This seat belt nonsense is a ridiculous drama; totally set up. The media phone in's were all over it the next day, which gave people and phony actors something to talk about. What a con. Along with talk of the private jet. 

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