The Return Of UK Immigration Skeptic Suella Braverman
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The U.K. government seems to have found some kind of equilibrium point under new Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, who is British-born of Punjabi ancestry.

So… was this all a globalist coup? The ascent of Rishi Sunak is suggestive. He was once a Goldman Sachs employee. That is what in the financial markets is called ”a leading indicator.”

We may soon find out. Last week I mentioned the resignation of Home Secretary Suella Braverman, another Brit of Indian origins. The Home Secretary is like our Attorney General, ultimately responsible for matters relating to immigration. Mrs. Braverman is an outspoken immigration skeptic, and that did not sit well with last week’s Prime Minister, Liz Truss.

Well, rather to my surprise, the new boss, Rishi Sunak, has reinstalled Mrs Braverman. Now she is Home Secretary again. She was only six days off the job.

Will Mrs. Braverman continue to voice her demands for immigration restriction when serving under Rishi Sunak? Or will her cabinet colleagues tell her to button her lip if she knows what’s good for her? There is a quick’n’easy test of whether or not this has been a globalist coup. Let’s see.

Concerning last week’s resignation of the aforementioned Mrs. Braverman, I commented on it at Twitter… in verse. For those of you who don’t follow my Twitter account, here is the poem. Ahem:

Thank you, thank you.

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