Britain’s next Prime Minister – has family ties to a technology partner of the World Economic Forum that has advocated for a China style economy complete with trackable, digital identities and currency.
The father of Sunak’s wife Akshata Murthy is the founder of Infosys a hitech company that provides digital tracking and security for banks across the globe. Infosys is listed as an official partner of the World Economic Forum (WEF), who are reportedly developing the technology to implement its “social credit score” system.
Social Credit Scores are already being used in China which controls every aspect of an individual’s life by means of the system. The World Economic Forum are championing the system, claiming it is needed to control such things as ‘climate change’ and are pressuring governments to implement it.
Sunak’s family being behind the Social Credit Score system comes as no surprise to some who have already pointed to the ‘Programmable Money’ system he’s vowed to implement simply the the other side of the (digital) coin.
For a social credit score to work, punishment for doing the wrong thing must be the ultimate incentive, and there is no better ‘incentive’ than to take away someone’s money.
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 favour 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.
In another Article for the WEF Infosys CEO states: “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.”
The Sunak family company 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 a company that is entirely opaque with it’s own business practices.
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.