Is UK’s Prime Minster Just Another WEF Shill?• October 26, 2022 1:49 pm • Comments
UK’s new Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is being celebrated by some but others are extremely cautious to show their support for Sunak just yet.
One of the major concerns many cryptocurrency holders are concerned about is PM Sunak’s desire to push CBDCs rather than actual cryptocurrency projects.
Another red flag is that Sunak’s father-in-law is the founder of Infosys which is an official partner of the WEF.
In recent years the WEF has faced scrutiny for attempting to launch the “Great Reset” which is a plan that would make social credit scores,trackable digital Ids, and the absence of ownership the new norms.
Where have you seen anywhere that this guy has uttered the word Bitcoin. A wolf dressed in sheep's clothing is one who runs around saying "crypto" and talks about CBDCs. I'd argue potentially more dangerous than people who have no clue. https://t.co/ReM3eeC0eh
— Preston Pysh (@PrestonPysh) October 24, 2022
— ProCoinNews (@ProCoinNews) October 25, 2022
Kreately shared these details:
Former British finance minister Rishi Sunak – a frontrunner to become Britain’s next Prime Minister – has family 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.
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.
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.
BREAKING: UK Prime Minster's WEF Page Just Got Scrubbed pic.twitter.com/fTS0QwM7dA
— The Triune Times (@TriuneTimes) October 26, 2022
Crypto Potato had these details to offer:
Needless to say, Sunak’s latest milestone will make him one of the world’s most significant leaders to publicly embrace the use of blockchain technology to transform financial markets.
It is worth noting that he had also voiced in favor of central bank digital currency for the country, or Britcoin, as he had dubbed it at the Bank of England last October. He then asserted that CBDC could “offer businesses and consumers new ways to pay.” Shortly thereafter, he announced a joint task force between the Treasury and central bank to study the workings of CBDCs as a complement to cash and bank deposits.
Many libertarian crypto backers, however, oppose the idea of a digitized version of legal tender and cite financial surveillance concerns. This has led several industry prognosticators to turn skeptical of the soon-to-be PM’s comments.
Wall Street Silver is not fooled by Sunak:
The new UK prime minister and WEF puppet is a strong advocate for the introduction of CBDC…
This could have been a marketing video for WEF…
Klaus Schwab is so proud of his young protégé …
— Wall Street Silver (@WallStreetSilv) October 24, 2022
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