Rishi Sunak

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Rishi Sunak
Rishi Sunak.jpg
79th Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Term of office
25 October 2022 -
Political party Tory Party
Preceded by Liz Truss
Born May 12, 1980
Spouse Akshata Murthy
Religion Hinduism

Rishi Sunak (b. 1980) is a British politician and the undemocratically chosen Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.[1] He is the leader of the Tory Party since 25 October 2022, and has been Member of Parliament for Richmond in North Yorkshire since 2015. He served as the Chancellor of the Exchequer between 2020 and 2022. He has holds some genuinely conservative positions, but is entwined with the Chinese Communist Party, for example, being endorsed by China's communist regime.[2][3]

Sunak's religion is Hinduism, which is generally pro-life and opposed to the homosexual agenda.

Early Life

Sunak was born in and grew up in Southampton, where his father, Yashvir, was a doctor for the NHS and his mother, Usha, who had immigrated from East Africa, operated a pharmacy. Both are of Indian descent. He attended Winchester College and later Oxford University, then went on to study at Stanford University in California.[4]

In 2009, Sunak went work for a London hedge fund before quitting the following year to establish his own investment group, Theleme Partners. He prospered in this business over the next several years, then in 2015 began his political career, winning the parliamentary seat of Richmond in North Yorkshire as a Conservative in 2015.


Summer 2022 Conservative Party Leadership race

Following Boris Johnson's 2022 resignation as UK Prime Minister and Leader of the Conservative Party, Rishi Sunak announced his bid to succeed Johnson on 8 July 2022. His bid for prime minister was endorsed by the Chinese Communist Party.[3]

His initial bid to succeed Boris Johnson was unsuccessful, winning only 43% of the popular vote against Russophobic, neoconservative warmonger Liz Truss.

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (2022-present)

Liz Truss became the shortest serving Prime Minister in UK history after resigning in late October 2022. After Penny Moraunt dropped out of the October 2022 Conservative Party leadership race, Rishi Sunak became Conservative Party leader and, as a result of the party having a parliamentary majority, UK Prime Minister on 25 October 2022. Sunak made history for being the first "person of color" as PM.

Sunak's appointment as Prime Minister was widely celebrated by Britons of Asian descent, seeing it as a source of pride; the president of his home temple in Southampton went so far as to compare it with the 2008 election of Barack Obama as US President, evidently meaning that as a compliment. [5]

On 23 December 2023, Rishi Sunak said it was "completely reasonable" for the UK government to block Scottish dictator Nicola Sturgeon's controversial "gender reform" legislation.[6]

Sunak made one of his most conservative actions on 16 January 2023, in which he vetoed the extreme gender reform legislation of the SNP regime, which was even too woke for the globalist UN. Scottish socialist autocrat Nicola Sturgeon pledged to defend the legislation, opposed by around 80% of Scottish people, in court.[7]

In March 2023 Sunak ordered the deployment of depleted uranium nuclear weapons to the NATO proxy regime of Ukraine.[8]

Political views

International relations and terrorism

Rishi Sunak photograph taken on the day of first speech as Prime Minister.

On Aug 3, 2022, Sunak vowed crackdown on Islamic extremism.[9]

In an August 4, 2022 interview with the JC, he described Israel as a "shining beacon of hope". [10]


During his parliamentary career, Sunak positioned himself as firmly on the side of Brexit, and even in his youth had been critical of the idea of further European integration. In 1997, he wrote of newly-elected Prime Minister Tony Blair, "He revels in the idea of patriot, but has plans for the possible break-up of the United Kingdom and membership of an eventual European Superstate." He supported the "Leave" vote during the Brexit referendum in 2016, and opposed the idea of a second referendum that might overturn its results.[11]

Social policy

Sunak has largely abstained on parliamentary votes on abortion.

Sunak stated in 2022 that he would crack down on elements of the homosexual agenda such as gender neutral language.[12]


Sunak has been nicknamed Rishi 'Reset' Sunak. Sunak held a U.S. Green Card, declaring himself a U.S. permanent resident to escape paying UK taxes until 2021, while raising taxes as a member of the majority Tory party on British citizens back home.[13] Sunak has been criticized as a stateless banker with no connection to local communities.


Sunak's father is the founder of a company, linked to the globalist World Economic Forum, that is developing a China-style social credit system.[14]

Sunak's wife, Akshata Murty, like him of Indian (Asia) descent, is the daughter of billionaire businessman N. R. Narayana Murthy and a wealthy capitalist investor in her own right. The couple's estimated net worth is in excess of $800 million and are among the top 250 richest people in the UK.