Rishi Sunak – UK’s First Hindu Prime Minister

Rishi Sunak – UK’s First Hindu Prime Minister

From Rishi Sunak’s Wikipedia page:

Sunak is a Hindu,[169] and took his oath as an MP at the House of Commons on the Bhagavad Gita.[15][170][171] I

From the Daily Express:  

Just over 100 years ago, when Lloyd George was Prime Minister, a deputation entered Downing Street carrying a banner, which read: “God will see right done!”

Miss Duggan, the governess of the children of Andrew Bonar Law, the then Chancellor of the Exchequer, remarked: “That banner is no good. They don’t know God in this street.”
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Editor writes…

Given that nominal Christians have inhabited 10 Downing Street for generations, bearing responsibility for the chaotic state of the UK today, incuding, shockingly, responsibility for legalising the murder of the unborn and same-sex unions, does it really matter that we now have a Hindu in Downing Street? Will he receive warmly worded “no qualms whatsoever” congratulations from the UK’s bishops?  Your thoughts…

Comments (36)

  • editor Reply

    I note that on other threads, bloggers are arguing that Catholics cannot become PM but that is disputed, not least since Boris Johnson made a thing of HIS alleged Catholicism…

    October 24, 2022 at 4:48 pm
  • westminsterfly Reply

    I previously put these comments on the GD thread:

    Interesting . . . https://www.express.co.uk/comment/expresscomment/1686371/liz-truss-boris-johnson-morals-religion-and-politics-Tory-leadership-contest-PM#conversation-wrapper And if Rishi Sunak is made PM today (as has now happened), it means that the Church of England will find itself in the position of having its ‘bishops’ appointed by a Hindu. Funny old world.

    Well they say that anti-Catholicism is the last form of acceptable bigotry. Imagine if a person of any other religious belief were denied the Office of PM. You’d hear the shrieking from here to Mars. Sunak’s appointment as PM is official now since writing my last email. Even more ominous since it occurs during Diwali – a Hindu festival which worships false gods, which directly contravenes the first of the Ten Commandments.

    October 24, 2022 at 4:50 pm
    • Josephine Reply


      I didn’t think of that – Sunak, a Hindu, is now able to appoint Anglican bishops. It really is LOL stuff.

      October 24, 2022 at 8:34 pm
  • RCAVictor Reply

    Congratulations to the UK on their new Hindu Prime Minister. So now you have a Hindu Prime Minister and a Muslim Mayor of London. I seem to recall that Hindus and Muslims are not exactly chummy bedfellows. Must be more of that “diversity” we keep hearing about…


    October 24, 2022 at 5:11 pm
    • Josephine Reply

      RCA Victor,

      If ever there was a set-up, this is it. Also, you are right about the Hindus and Muslims not getting along – they were knocking lumps out of each other recently in Leicestershire (I think?) in England, causing mayhem on the streets, fighting.

      The whole “leadership” thing stinks to high heaven. It’s obviously been a stitch-up by the WEF and other globalists working for one world government.

      October 24, 2022 at 8:37 pm
    • Fidelis Reply

      RCA Victor,

      “A Hindu PM and a Muslim mayor of London” – all we need now is a Sikh Chancellor, and a Scottish Foreign Secretary, LOL!

      October 25, 2022 at 1:05 pm
  • westminsterfly Reply

    This does seem to be a grey area. Apparently, Boris was baptised a Catholic, but apostatised to Anglicanism. I am not sure if he has since renounced his apostasy. I also was under the impression – though could be wrong – that Tony Blair delayed his ‘conversion’ to Catholicism until he had left the Office of PM. Whatever the case, I don’t think any politicians from any of the parties would be happy to see a TRUE Catholic as PM.

    October 24, 2022 at 5:13 pm
    • Gabriel Syme Reply


      When Boris married his latest (!) wife, they were married in Westminster Cathedral in a low key ceremony. Some accused the Church of flouting the rules at the time, given Boris has been married twice previously, but these were not Catholic weddings.

      I understand their two children were baptised in the Cathedral also.

      October 24, 2022 at 6:34 pm
    • editor Reply


      Your final sentence says it all: I don’t think any politicians from any of the parties would be happy to see a TRUE Catholic as PM.

      Exactly right and that is why, for example, the closest there is to having a reputation as a “true Catholic” – Jacob Rees-Mogg – goes out of his way to highlight his acceptance of both abortion and same-sex unions. Thirty pieces of silver remains thirty pieces of silver, whether the name is Judas or Jacob…

      I can just imagine the outcry if any Catholic MP, let alone Prime Minister, were seen in public wearing a Miraculous Medal. I’ve never forgotten the complaints from Protestants to the BBC at the time of their reporting on the rescue efforts at some major disaster or other abroad, where stories of prayers and miracles were featured – in, of course, a Catholic context (I think the disaster took place in South America).

      So, we can all sleep easy tonight, knowing that there won’t be any backlash of any kind, peaceful or violent, at the appointment of an (unelected) Hindu Prime Minister.

      October 24, 2022 at 6:55 pm
  • Andrew Q Reply

    As Cardinal Nichols has worshipped gods at the Hindu Temple in Neasden (bowed, offered them flowers, received a Tilak mark on his forehead from a swami) then it’s unlikely that the Catholic hierarchy will see the imposition of a non-Catholic as Prime Minister as anything other than wonderfully “inclusive”. After all, “all is one” and all that “false gods” stuff is just so old hat

    Perhaps we should be more worried by Sunak’s worship of the WEF and the COVID Cult. Then there’s the little matter of his family wealth coming from Infosys which runs the biometric pass and social credit “Adhaar” system that controls a billion Indians’ lives. No doubt this surveillance and control system could easily make an appearance here.

    October 24, 2022 at 5:19 pm
    • westminsterfly Reply

      Andrew Q
      I remember that sacrilegious incident at the Neasden Temple. Westminster Diocese put the fact that the Cardinal had offered flowers to some ‘deity’ at the shrine, and fortunately, Damian Thompson – who was then working for the Telegraph – got a screenshot of the original wording and blew the story in the Telegraph. The Diocese quickly changed the wording on its website to something less damning. So dishonest. I didn’t know Sunak’s family wealth was linked to Infosys / Adhaar. Very, very worrying. I have read there have been deaths in India for those who wouldn’t / couldn’t sign up to Adhaar, or had done so but were victims of errors committed by Adhaar, and so they were denied food / work / access to all services. I don’t know the truth of that, but I wouldn’t be surprised in today’s world.
      As for RCA Victor’s statement – never a truer word spoken. The Hindus and Muslims were causing mayhem in Leicester recently, fighting each other.

      October 24, 2022 at 7:49 pm
      • Laura


        I remember that shocking occasion when the Cardinal offered flowers at a Hindu shrine. We talk about the Fatima prophecies coming true here, a lot, but isn’t that an occasion when the “Lady” of Medjugorje (whoever she was 😀 ) would have approved since she said that all religions are the same to God, or something like that.

        October 24, 2022 at 11:42 pm
  • Josephine Reply

    This is depressing beyond words. Rishi Sunak didn’t think twice before insisting on taking his oath as an MP on the Bhagavad Gita. Does anyone here think any Catholic MP would have insisted on taking the oath on a Catholic Bible, as opposed to a Protestant Bible with several books missing and dubious translations – such as Mary being “highly favoured” instead of “full of grace”?

    I say it again – this is depressing news, the latest depressing news in an ever-growing list of depressing news.

    October 24, 2022 at 8:33 pm
  • editor Reply

    I wonder if the new PM will order an enquiry into the very high numbers of sudden deaths – here’s another one, with, typically, no mention of any cause of death or, whether the person had been injected with the Covid jab. Something must be causing these sudden, apparently unexplained, deaths.

    As one MSM commentator writes…

    Nothing to see here move along get your booster safe and effective – follow the science…

    Time, surely, for a serious, independent, enquiry?

    October 24, 2022 at 10:11 pm
    • Laura Reply


      I agree, totally. There must be an investigation into these sudden, unexplained deaths of people who are either young or middle-aged and healthy. I think it’s a safe bet that the jabs would prove to be the common factor.

      October 24, 2022 at 11:44 pm
  • Marinaio Reply

    So sad! A Hindu Prime Minister tied to Infosys and the WEF, and who worships at the altar of COVIDism! Ironically, it used to be said that “the sun never sets on the British empire”. Now, however, it seems that those from the far-flung corners of the empire are aiding and abetting the setting of the sun on the civilization that was once Great Britain. Very sad!

    October 24, 2022 at 10:25 pm
    • Laura Reply


      It is, indeed, very sad to see the way the UK has deteriorated – we’re almost at the stage of having a prime-minister per week! It’s a joke.

      It’s not something anyone is supposed to think, let alone say, but I find it troubling that the nature of the UK is changing so dramatically, with people from so-called minority communities taking on powerful positions within Government. If any institution has more white people than other groups at the top, questions are asked, but I suspect that won’t be allowed once the situation if fully reversed, which I think it will be. Open doors policies on immigration will see to that, IMHO.

      One thing I notice in today’s reporting about Sunak’s appointment/coronation as PM – nobody mentions the fact that he is a Hindu, just “Asian”. I wonder why that is.

      October 24, 2022 at 11:39 pm
  • editor Reply

    Yet again, Toby Young astonishes me. He led the way in challenging lockdowns and restrictions with The Daily Sceptic, then called The Lockdown Sceptic but he seems totally oblivious to the reality of the influence of the globalist elite, as this article (link below) this morning reveals: he refuses to accept that it is they who engineered the appointment of Sunak. Here’s his closing paragraph…

    Those who see the hand of the WEF or Bilderberg or Bill Gates in all this are not cynics, but romantics. They cannot bring themselves to believe that sheer human folly could have brought us to such a point. Mankind is not so inept, surely? There must be some controlling intelligence directing events, even if it’s malignant. I almost wish that were true, because the truth is even harder to bear — we are the authors of our own downfall. But bear it we must if we’re going to avoid making such a catastrophic mistake again.

    Happily, his own bloggers see the truth and don’t hesitate to point it out. No. 1 commentator begins: “Sorry to disagree…” and No. 2 commentator points out: “It’s just that the “sheer human folly” consistently happens to implement the WEF agenda.”

    In the proverbial nutshell!

    October 25, 2022 at 9:20 am
  • westminsterfly Reply

    Nigel Farage tweeted yesterday that it was a globalist coup and that the Conservative Party was dead.

    October 25, 2022 at 10:57 am
  • westminsterfly Reply

    P.S. Just another reminder of how things have changed rapidly in this country – I was kept up until around 1am this morning, because of all the Diwali fireworks. Living near London, it was probably far worse than other areas, but this phenomenon was unheard of in this area years ago, and seems to have become far more prevalent in the last ten / fifteen years.

    October 25, 2022 at 11:02 am
  • editor Reply

    Liz Truss says “farewell” outside 10 Downing Street. Given the differences between her economic policy and Sunak’s, it’s – shall we say – interesting…

    October 25, 2022 at 11:08 am
  • westminsterfly Reply

    Let’s see if he keeps this promise:-

    Dear Supporter,

    A new dawn, a new day and another new Prime Minister.

    Rishi Sunak has a very busy inbox to deal with as he enters office. Dealing with the future of the BBC and the unfair and outdated Licence Fee is something he needs to sort out quickly.

    On the evening of 12th July 2022, Mr Sunak told the Common Sense Group of Conservative MPs that a Government led by him would scrap the BBC Licence Fee.

    Defund the BBC applaud the new Prime Minister for this bold promise. It is the right thing to do.

    The campaign will continue to push to ensure that this becomes a reality.

    October 25, 2022 at 11:55 am
    • Fidelis Reply


      This is the BBC coverage of his first speech as PM outside Downing Street. You could hardly accuse him of being gracious to Liz Truss, LOL! He is not a nice man, IMHO. Also since he has boasted in the past of not knowing any working class people, we should brace ourselves for severe austerity measures to help make the cost of living crisis even worse that it is. Horrible days ahead, IMHO.

      October 25, 2022 at 1:01 pm
  • Athanasius Reply

    Liz Truss is just like the rest of these politicians, she gets stabbed in the back by colleagues who have sold their country out to the New World Order and yet stands in front of the cameras wishing her assassin all the very best in office. This is not being gracious in defeat, it’s being a gutless coward.

    Sunak’s coronation has been planned for a very long time by the WEF, as was Jeremy Hunt’s appointment and that of Grant Schapps. They can fire back with “conspiracy theorist” all they like but I think anyone with an ounce of common sense and a sense of what is really unfolding in the UK and the world today can see exactly what is happening. Klaus Schwab himself admitted that he had disciples in the cabinets of all governments and the UK is no different, which is why Tobias Ellwood tweeted upon Rushi’s coronation “time for the Reset, time for a new centralism”, or words to that effect. It was a moment of stupidity by Ellwood, caught up in the euphoria of this NWO triumph over once-Great Britain, and so the tweet was hurriedly taken down. They can’t help giving themselves away!!

    So, they’ve orchestrated a war in Ukraine from which they have orchestrated a global fuel and food crisis. They already have the financial crisis through the orchestrated COVID pandemic. Sunak, good servant of the WEF that he is, has now begun his premiership with dire warns of terrible economic times ahead. So, if we cut right through all the rhetoric and the pretence of these betrayers that they care, we have high taxes to look forward to along with high fuel costs, high food costs and the possibility of millions of lost jobs and businesses, not to mention our cars under Net Zero.

    “You will own nothing, and you will be happy”, was Schwab’s pledge. How long before the peoples of nations actually open their eyes and see this pledge almost fulfilled. It’s the spread of Communism into every Western nation, carried right into our parliaments by subversive traitors.

    October 25, 2022 at 1:30 pm
    • editor Reply


      That was precisely my fingers-crossed, eyes raised heavenwards thought as Liz Truss began her farewell speech today. Why on EARTH would she not speak up to say, among other revelations, “if you think I chose Jeremy Hunt for Chancellor, you’re off your rocker” . We need someone at the top to spill the globalist beans.

      As did the President of Belarus when he held a press conference to reveal the fact that he had refused the bribe to lockdown his nation… Athanasius, you were first to comment on that thread! Check out this link…

      Just read that Jacob Rees-Mogg MP has resigned, so he’s not going to play ball with Sunak. Perhaps he has something left of his Catholic conscience after all.

      October 25, 2022 at 2:26 pm
      • Athanasius


        Yes, Liz Truss decided that she wants to hang on to her £120,000 for life payout for being former PMs, so truth had to be sacrificed. She doesn’t even seem to care that they humiliated her in front of a global audience, treating her excellent tax-cutting idea as though it were some national and international crime, which I suppose it was for Schwab and his evil mob who want us to own nothing. They brushed her aside like a naughty little school girl and she accepted the chastisement. We need stronger people in politics than whimps like her, Johnson and Sunak. We’ve lost all our great statesmen.

        As regards the President of Belarus, you’ll note how they demonise him on the national news at every opportunity, portraying him as some kind of pet dog to Putin. This is what these war orchestrators do best, the create enemies for the world to hate while they destroy the world.

        Rees-Mogg, as I understand it, resigned to help Sunak, not hinder him. It seems he knew that ideological differences between him and the Socialist Sunak were such that they couldn’t work together, so he stood aside to let Sunak bring in another enemy of the UK as his Business Secretary. Rees-Mogg is like the rest of them, Party before country and leave your religion at the door. Another whimp!

        I was just reading on LSN, an article based on the last leadership contest between Sunak and Truss, that Sunak’s inlaws have strong ties with the WEF and China through their business ‘Infosys’. The China Global, one of Communist China’s controlled media outlets, praised Sunak and pushed for him to lead the UK. Sunak himself has pushed in the past for a digital currency system in Britain, similar to the Social Credit system used by the Communist Chinese. It’s basically a system whereby people are controlled by the State on when and where they can buy, travel, etc. If a person counters the narrative of the State or does something else deemed inappropriate by big government, then he finds his credits restricted along with his movements. This is the enemy the Tories have just put in No10, killing off any semblance of democracy that remained in the UK after COVID. Neither the Tory members nor anyone else got a say in Sunak’s coronation, he was put there by the globaist elite and the message is now clear to every citizen in the land. Very few, though, will rise up against the takeover of our country, sadly.

        October 25, 2022 at 2:58 pm
      • Lily


        I thought Rees-Mogg resigned because he couldn’t work with Sunak, more a case of jumping before he was pushed. He must know about the puppeteers pulling the strings at the WEF and IMF, so why is he not speaking out, silly question, I know.

        The fact is, they’re all in it for themselves. Sunak doesn’t need the money – I read that he is wealthier than the King! So, it must be the power, the idea of having that power to influence and even control the world. It’s chilling to think of it.

        October 25, 2022 at 4:02 pm
      • Athanasius


        You’re right about it being about power rather than money. It’s the same these days among many of the clergy and hierarchy of the Church. To quote a very apt observation I read recently: “The power of love has given place to a love of power”. Never, as they say, a truer word!

        October 25, 2022 at 5:56 pm
      • editor


        Yes, they demonised the President of Belarus and it worked because people would then ignore his press conference revelations, and write him off. This is real evil, there is no question about it. Extract from Dan Wootton’s show last night, analysing the Sunak “coronation”…

        October 26, 2022 at 10:56 am
      • Athanasius


        Yes, I saw that Dan Wootton clip at the time and thought there would follow a mass resignation explosion mongst members, but it’s gone very quiet since then. I remember also that the Conservative Party Members computer server collapsed under the sheer numbers of people trying to access the resignation part of the website, but again no further updates on this. I wonder if tens of thousands of members have resigned and the Tories are trying to keep a lid on it. I wouldn’t put anything past them.

        It is real evil, as you say, and I note today that Labour now wants an investigation into Suella Braverman’s so-called breach of the ministerial code when she used her own computer to communicate with someone on Home Office business. She resigned at the time for this but was brought back into office by Sunak. Now Labour, seeing her as a real threat to the open borders agenda, want to make a big thing of it again, presumably hoping to have her removed and some NWO stooge put in her place. That parliament down there is an extension of Hell!

        I hope I live to see the day when these political traitors, not to mention those within the MSM, judiciary, finance and other high offices, are dragged to court to stand trial for treason and crimes against humanity.

        October 26, 2022 at 1:35 pm
  • editor Reply

    Here’s Mark Steyn – I didn’t actually see this tonight but it’s short and to the point, so worth posting, or so I telt myself!

    October 25, 2022 at 11:42 pm
  • editor Reply

    Today, (gushing) news reports that Sunak has been celebrating the Hindu Festival of Diwali in Downing Street. I tried to find a clip from the news earlier which shows him marking the day by hosting a reception with Hindus inside No. 10, but it’s not online (yet, at least). I found this clip below – Diwali is a Festival of Lights so he is seen here (a couple of days ago) placing candles on the doorstep of No.10. As one commentator said in approval, “this will be remembered for generations to come.” Without a doubt. The news broadcaster (GB News’ very own personality girl, Polly Middlehurst) finished her report by wishing viewers a happy Diwali…

    October 26, 2022 at 10:27 pm
  • Josephine Reply

    Joe Biden is also in on the Diwali act – he’s been hosting the biggest ever Diwali celebration at the White House! What a Catholic! Pro-abortion, pro-non-Christian religions!

    October 26, 2022 at 11:13 pm
  • editor Reply

    Did you EVER see such a silly, naive headline as this one…

    Is ANY politician in it for anyone or anything other than him/herself and personal interests?

    October 27, 2022 at 9:35 am
  • editor Reply

    An interesting summary of the new PM here

    October 28, 2022 at 8:23 am
  • editor Reply

    I posted a comment after reading this article about the Hindu Rishi Sunak at The Conservative Woman website.

    October 31, 2022 at 9:27 am

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