Britain’s New China-Backed Prime Minister Rishi Sunak Linked to WEF, Pushes Social Credit System

Sunak’s father-in-law is the founder of Infosys, an official partner of the World Economic Forum (WEF) thought to be connected to the development of the social credit system.

  • Britain’s New Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak, has built his platform off of climate alarmism, establishing ideas of one day reaching a zero-net carbon footprint, and digitizing services in order to do so.
  • The World Economic Forum has long supported climate change initiatives, the goal being zero carbon emissions by 2050.
  • Sunak discussed this same standard at the COP26, a climate change conference associated with WEF, wherein he “spoke about [his] vision to rewire the global financial system for Net Zero to underpin green growth.”
  • In a 2020 video provided by WEF, Sunak said, “The challenge of climate change is clear, and it is urgent. We need to ensure a positive and fair transition to net zero and protect our environment…as we reshape our economies, we know we need to go further.”
  • “Reshaping the economy” is an idea supported by Sunak’s father-in-law’s company Infosys, which the WEF labels as “a global leader in next-generation digital services.”
  • Mohit Joshi, the current president of Infosys, visualizes the advancement of Digital ID’s as a key element to the Fourth Industrial Revolution, another cornerstone of the WEF’s agenda.
  • Social Credit Scores are designed to monitor specific transactions, citizens being rewarded or punished for specific purchases.
  • In describing digital currency during the G7 Summit, another conference dedicated to net-zero carbon emissions, Sunak said electronic money is “a bit like a digital bank note, that could be used alongside physical notes and coins, but unlike most of the digital money used today it would be issued by a central bank, like the Bank of England in the UK.”
  • Sunak wanted a “complete sea change” of trade relations with China.
  • In 2020, Sunak suggested, “I think with China we also need to be realistic and hard-headed and I’d say probably transactional in our approach to that relationship, rather than being starry-eyed about it.”
  • “China is going to be a significant feature of the global economy, and only increasing in significance,” Sunek maintained, alluding to his WEF-sponsored beliefs, “so it would be wrong to ignore that.”
  • China then endorsed Sunak, claiming he was “the one candidate with a pragmatic view of developing balanced ties with China.”
  • The Global Times continued that “standing too close to the US to serve its major power competition strategy will actually weaken the UK,” adding, “being too provocative against China won’t bring anything good for Britain.”
  • American Faith reported that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was pushing for Ant Group, the platform organizing China’s Social Credit System, to implement vaccine passports.
  • King Charles is also linked to the World Economic Forum, pushing a “great reset agenda.”