Part 1. Rishi Sunak
By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson
25th August, 2022
With Boris Johnson gone, the Tory party are looking for a new leader. Personally I am not sure about either of the two remaining, Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss so I thought I would take a closer look. I have used Wikipedia entries as a starting point. Text in italics extracted from these entries.
I will probably make some fun of their names where I can; some of it may well be appropriate!
Born in Southampton in the UK, May 1980 this makes him 42 years old. 42, now where have I come across this before? Oh, yes, the ultimate answer to the ultimate question. What the question is in this case we shall have to see.
His parents migrated to the UK from East Africa, and are originally of Punjabi Hindu descent. His father is an NHS GP in Southampton, and his mother runs a pharmacy locally there I understand.
This sounds like a conflict of interest, not uncommon with GP’s. You will see that as a husband Rishi has used his position as chancellor to benefit his wife.
He is MP for Richmond, Yorkshire. Richmond sounds like ‘rich mond’, or ‘rich monde’ as monde means ‘world’ in French.
And Rishi Sunak’s world is rich. He is married to Akshata Murty who is also 42!
She is the daughter of N. R. Narayana Murthy who is a billionaire and therefore exceedingly rich.
Sunak and Murthy are the 222nd richest people in Britain, with a combined fortune of £730m as of 2022.
He supported Brexit which in my books is a good thing, although he may have done this for other reasons than the EU is bureaucratic and inefficient and a German ploy to control Europe.
He was Chancellor of the Exchequer from 2020 to 2022, resigning after his economic policy differences with Boris Johnson.
Here’s a link to his letter as printed in full in the Guardian
Well, he says “I will always be proud of how during the pandemic we protected people’s jobs and businesses through actions such as furlough.”
Well Rishi, given that you are lying about the pandemic as this was a panic over the ’flu, the money you ‘borrowed’ to pay for furlough was not protecting people’s jobs and businesses.
Although I daresay it helped your wife make money and ‘protect’ her businesses.
The borrowed money has been a huge amount.
In the first year of the pandemic, from April 2020 to 2021, it borrowed £299bn, the highest figure since records began in 1946.
The government is expected to borrow less in the current year, April 2021 to 2022, though the figure could still be more than £200bn.
As an aside the BBC article says “As the country starts to emerge from lockdown, the impact it has had on the economy is becoming clearer.
The damage is enormous, but not as bad as feared last year, partly because the vaccines have been so effective.”
We have eye-watering amounts of debt, and the vaccines have been effective at making eye-watering amounts of money for big pharma etc.
He also says
However, the public rightly expect government to be conducted properly, competently and seriously.
Quite so. Given that you have acted incompetently and improperly, you should have gone a long time ago. But then your wife would have lost out, wouldn’t she?
It says The Treasury said: “The PM’s independent adviser on ministerial interests is completely satisfied [Mr Sunak] has followed the ministerial code to the letter.”
Which letter this is not made clear. Probably the one which says you can pinch as much as you like from the British taxpayer.
This gives further insight into Mrs Sunak.
Rishi Sunak apparently said
“I have friends who are aristocrats, I have friends who are upper class, I have friends who are working class… well, not working class”
This is a man out of touch with the masses of the people. The following link may be of use but it looks a thought you will have to paste into your browser to make it work.
He was issued a fixed penalty notice for attending a party during lockdown. As the so-called Covid 19 regulations were guidance, this is meaningless and stupid. I still see people who did not check themselves making asinine comments about this. Why did you believe the lies, why did you lock yourselves down?
Job retention scheme
HM Revenue and Customs officials believed that £3.5 billion may have been paid out in error or to fraudsters.
Including his wife no doubt.
Fraud against the schemes
The UK government estimated that £4.9 billion of bounce back loans may have been lost to fraud.
This is no surprise.
The Future Fund, is a £1.1 billion investment portfolio set up by Sunak in May 2020 and managed by the British Business Bank. The fund invested in 1,190 mainly early-stage companies at the height of the coronavirus pandemic. One director overseeing the portfolio described the companies as mostly “zombie businesses”, leaving the fund with “a significant tail of dormant companies”. Future Fund investments include sex-party firm Killing Kittens and events start-up Pollen, which fell into administration in August 2022.
Sunak is a moron.
Eat Out to Help Out
Eat Out to Help Out was announced to support and create jobs in the hospitality industry.
As there was no need to close down in the first place, this was a complete waste of money.
On 26 September, Sunak was said to have opposed a second lockdown with the threat of his resignation, due to what he saw as the dire economic consequences it would have and the responsibility he would have to suffer for that.
A pity he didn’t resign anyway. But lockdowns were always going to be economically dire; anybody with half a brain could work that out.
March 2021 budget
he announced that the deficit had risen to £355 billion in the fiscal year 2020/2021, the highest in peacetime.
This is hardly surprising is it? He helped cause it.
Register of ministers’ interests
In November 2020, Sunak was reported by The Guardian to have not declared a significant amount of his wife and family’s financial interests on the register of ministers’ interests, including a combined £1.7 billion shareholding in the Indian company Infosys.
The independent adviser on ministers’ interests investigated and concluded that Sunak had not broken any rules.
However, as the independent advisor was Lord Geidt his independence is highly debatable. Looks like a white wash to me.
He is known as Baron Geidt. An anagram is ‘bad git Nero’!!!! Alternatively, an anagram of Lord Geidt is ‘dodgier lt’ or even ‘le dirt God’.
Proposed green levy
As Chancellor, Sunak privately lobbied to impose a green levy, which would have led to higher petrol and diesel prices, to help pay for the plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2050. The proposed Fossil Fuels Emissions Trading Scheme, drawn up by the Treasury, sought to levy pollution from road transportation, as well as shipping, building heating and diesel trains, which together make up more than 40% of UK carbon emissions. The proposal was ultimately rejected by Boris Johnson, who instructed officials that he did not want to increase costs for consumers.
As the net zero plan is merely an excuse for billionaires to make even more money, Boris has shown some common sense unlike Sunak. As I keep saying, the issue is not one of carbon emissions but of pollution.
Carbon dioxide is not a pollutant, plants need it to grow, but the heavy metals and plastics etc. are and these are present in increasing quantities. Chopping down the rainforests without thought destroys sensitive habitats, and leaves the ground vulnerable to erosion. I won’t say more as this requires a separate post.
Cost of living crisis
Sunak continued with a plan to increase national insurance. A waste of money if it is spent on the NHS which as I have said before is broken and unfit for use. The money wasted in the NHS is already appalling and has been for many years as it has got worse and worse.
In April 2022, the Labour leader Keir Starmer said that Sunak was out of touch with the struggles of ordinary people due to the cost of living crisis.
This is certainly true, Sunak hasn’t got a clue. But then Keir Starmer is no better.
Cryptocurrencies and NFTs
As Chancellor, Sunak was pushing ahead with a new law that would pave the way for stablecoins to be used for everyday payments, despite fears from the Bank of England about the financial stability of the technology. In April 2022, Sunak ordered the Royal Mint to create a UK government-backed non-fungible token (NFT) to be issued by summer 2022
Another scam which if you research will expose how fraudsters will exploit anything. Sunak is an idiot.
Non-domiciled status of his wife; US green card
His wife has apparently been saving £20 million in UK taxes and only because it was exposed has agreed to pay UK taxes on her global income.
There is supposed to be an investigation as to who leaked his wife’s tax status. Frankly it is a good thing we know, these globalists should not get away with it.
Reporting around this time also revealed that Sunak had continued to hold the U.S. permanent resident card he had acquired in the 2000s until 2021, including for 18 months after he was Chancellor, which required filing U.S. tax returns. An investigation into both his wife’s tax status and his residency status found that Sunak had not broken ministerial rules.
Again this is Lord Geidt in action so we know where he can shove it.
Sunak is a Hindu, and took his oath as an MP at the House of Commons on the Bhagavad Gita.
The Jesus is recorded in the Bible as saying “But I tell you not to swear at all: either by heaven, for it is God’s throne; or by the earth, for it is His footstool; or by Jerusalem, for it is the city of the great King. Nor should you swear by your head, for you cannot make a single hair white or black. Simply let your ‘Yes’ be ‘Yes,’ and your ‘No,’ ‘No.’ Anything more comes from the evil one.”
No one should swear by or on anything, a bible or Bhagavad Gita. Utterly meaningless if someone lies anyway (most politicians do).
World Economic Forum (WEF) links
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.
This is very good I think.
However, the article says That he and his family are indeed all respectable and decent people in fact makes this story even more alarming.
I think that words ‘respectable and decent’ are highly misleading. What people look like on the outside does not reflect what they are like on the inside. In any event Rishi Sunak’s actions speak louder than words.
Meaning of his name
Rishi – Sage, ray of light, a sage.
Hardly suitable given his lack of wisdom stuffing the UK economy.
Sunak – this link suggests ‘altar’
Meaning can be seen by splitting up the word thus; Sun-ak. Sun as in sun in the sky and ak as in a ‘k’, k for kaput in German, the head or chief. Again as in arch the chief support.
This may explain his quest after leadership. He was head boy at Winchester College.
Always a fruitful source of truth, if not amusement. See what you make of these.
Rishi Sunak = 10 letters in total
Rish unak = 8 individual letters
Here’s a couple.
Krishna – the name of one of his children
“the all attractive”.
shrinks – Sunak’s brother Sanjay is a psychologist.
I in shark US
I is shark UN
Anus hi risk
Anus I shirk
Ah Niki USSR
AI run Sikhs
A ruin Sikhs
Ah ruins ski
Ha kiss ruin
Iran kiss uh
Iran Sikh US
I Krishna US
AI shrink US
hair sins UK
hiss Iran UK
hiss rain UK
IRA shins UK
IRA sinks uh
IRA Sikhs UN
ASN Irish UK
A Irish sunk
I nark sushi
I sun rakish
akin hi USSR
ii khan USSR
ah I kin USSR
AI Hun risks
What about his wife/ Here’s a few anagrams for you.
amy kraut shat
aka trashy tum
ah Kama trusty
aah musky tart
Hatty karma US
asthma rat yuk
Asa myth rat UK
Summary and conclusions
Well. I call him Rich tea Sunak – he is very rich and he takes the biscuit as they say.
Others have called him Fishi Rishi.
However, I think ‘hi risk anus’ says it better. He is a high risk and an arsehole. He has crippled the UK economy with his incompetence, but in truth he is an evil man and no mistake.
He should be thrown into prison and his assets confiscated and not let out until he has paid back everything.
P.S. If you are interested in 42 try this link.
By the way, I am not sure Boris is really out of the equation, bizarre as it seems. I wondered this at the time of his resignation which seemed rather contrived. The matters leading to the resignation seemed trivial by comparison to what should have been leveled at him.