and of Hope and Glory. The message we give to all Commonwealth member states and the world. That we are champions of equal opportunity and that race, creed, colour or sexual orientation is no hindrance to career.
Rishi Sunak embodies the Commonwealth. Born in Southampton to parents of Indian descent who migrated to Britain from East Africa in the 1960. See the full Wikipedia profile here.
Liz Truss, is the blonde blue-eyed option of a white politician from homeland Britain. She has extensive experience in foreign affairs politically but not the living background Rishi has. Most importantly of all Rishi knows the BAME people of the Commonwealth and is extensively connected to the business community of the Commonwealth too. Liz is more familiar with the diplomatic and foreign intelligence scene.
As a woman of course I highly value Liz Trusses role as minister for Women and Equalities since 2019. But the term equalities already leans towards Rishi Sunak, who described himself as the underdog in this contest, despite being vastly richer than Liz and I presume that is on racial grounds.
Rishi is the fit, agile, good looking candidate the British love to vote for. He is the brown version of Cameron and Blair combined. Rishi would win outright, if he was white.
Rishi does not only embody the Commonwealth, he also is a sincere defender of British values at home and abroad. Have you seen his reaction to the attempted murder of Salman Rushdie? Rishi seeks the sanction of Iran for this attempted murder if Rushdie. Rishi also said: “Britain should designate Iran’s Revolutionary Guards as a terrorist organisation following the brutal attack on Sir Salman Rushdie” according to the Telegraph.
I think we should REALLY take the lead on equal opportunities and cast away our racial prejudice and allow a BAME person to become Prime Minister of Great Britain, which proudly represents a large amount of BAME people around the world. We would gain many more friends around the globe and the respect of the immigrants who came here to get equal opportunities.
The Commonwealth has 2.5 Billion people aged below 25. This is an immense amount of potential added value for Great Britain in the world tomorrow.