Rishi Sunak speaking at the WEF Green Horizon Summit 2020[/caption]
Former UKIP party leader and GB News commentator Nigel Farage blasted the new British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak as “our first former Goldman Sachs employee” and “a Globalist if I ever saw one”.
Rishi Sunak was president of the Oxford University Investment Society before joining Goldman Sachs in 2001 as a junior manager. In 2004, he left the leading investment firm to get his MBA at Stanford, where he met his future wife, Akshata Murty, daughter of Indian billionaire Narayana Murty, founder of global IT company Infosys.
Infosys is an Official Partner of the World Economic Forum, where the company is hailed as “a global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting.” Infosys chairman Mohit Josh writes for the WEF website and in August 2020 praised the potential of the COVID pandemic, which offers a “unique opportunity” to “rethink how money is managed and used in our society.” Josh then argued for a digital Chinese-style currency.
In November 2020, as UK Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak took part in the World Economic Forum’s Green Horizon Summit and pledged a “positive and fair transition to net zero”. (The Davos climate cult believes without evidence that the man-made 4% of the atmosphere’s 0.04% CO2, a natufrally ocurring, non-toxic gas, somehow poses an existential threat to humanity – see also the statement by 1400 climate scientists and experts There is no climate crisis.) Sunak is listed on the WEF website.
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“Our first former Goldman Sachs employee” is now prime minister, Nigel Farage said on GB News. “A globalist who put up taxes, increased the size of the state. Is he gonna connect in the Red Wall?” Farage asked, referring to the traditionall Labour-voting UK midlands that supported Boris Johnson and the Tories in 2019. “Is the ‘Red Wall’ lost? I believe it is. I think the Conservatives are doomed.”
Above all, never-boring Farage criticized the new British Prime Minister’s lack of charisma: “He just doesen’t connect. He is dull as hell.”