British Prime Minister Liz Truss’s Cabinet Has no White Men
Newly elected British Prime Minister Liz Truss has built a cabinet where there are no white men holding the United Kingdom’s four most critical ministerial positions.
According to a report by Reuters, “Truss appointed Kwasi Kwarteng – whose parents came from Ghana in the 1960s – as Britain’s first Black finance minister while James Cleverly is the first Black foreign minister.”
Suella Braverman, whose parents hail from Kenya and Mauritius, is replacing Priti Patel as the second non-white home secretary (interior minister), where she will be tasked with dealing with immigration and police matters.
The Conservative Party has a history of leading the way in electing non-whites to prestigious positions in the government. For example, Benjamin Disraeli (1868, 1874-1880) became the United Kingdom’s first Jewish Prime Minister in 1868.
The most notable barrier broken in British politics that many in the contemporary West are familiar with is Margaret Thatcher becoming prime minister in 1979, making her the first female prime minister in British history. Theresa May, and now, Liz Truss, are the only female leaders to have assumed the position of prime minister since Thatcher.
In Kwarteng’s case, he is succeeding Rishi Sunak as finance minister. Sunak’s parents are from India and he challenged Truss for Tory leadership.
Britain, like most countries in the West, has embraced mass migration and political correctness. In many respects, the UK is a posterchild for multicultural globalism.
Like the US, the UK is in a post-national phase of its history where its core population’s interests are completely ignored and a “new class” of elites have emerged that are often of a completely different ideological, ethnic, religious, and/or cultural background from the nation’s historic population.
If the UK doesn’t reverse course, it will culturally disappear into the globalist ether.