The United Kingdom, the nation with the most billionaires per capita, is governed by a largely foreign, heavily Jewish plutocracy.
Figures such as Richard Branson are commonly associated with British wealth, but his net worth pales in comparison to these individuals and families.
A Sky News report on the wealthiest British citizens in 2021 reveals that individuals of Jewish ancestry, who make up a mere 1.7% of the UK's population, are wildly overrepresented among the richest top 10.
Topping the list is media and music mogul Sir Lenoard Blavatnik, who now controls a £23 billion Pound fortune. Blavatnik is an international Jew who was born in the Ukraine and holds both American and UK citizenship. He influences politics in both countries. Blavatnik helps bankroll both the Conservative Party (also known as the Tories) in London and the neo-conservative wing of the Republican Party in America.
David and Simon Reuben, Jewish brothers born in India who are descended from the infamous 19th century Sassoon drug lords, are currently worth £21.5 billion, mostly made through real estate speculation. The Reuben brothers have, like Blavatnik, been historical donors to the Tories.
Kirsten and Jorn Rausing, members of a Sweden-born Jewish dynasty and heirs to the Tetra Laval/Tetra Pak multi-national corporation, are number seven, with £13 billion. The Rausing family, who live all over the world, finance many neo-liberal and globalist non-governmental organizations that meddle in the internal affairs of nations, such as Jew Kenneth Roth's Human Rights Watch.
Roman Abramovich, a Russian-Jew in the oil and gas trade, capitalized on the corrupt privatization in 1990s Russia to become an oligarch and today wield £12.1 billion. Unlike other Russian oligrachs in the UK, Abramovich retains decent relations with the Kremlin, but was forced to resign from a governorship he purchased in Chukotka in 2008 due to his widespread corruption and has been pressured by antitrust crackdowns. Abramovich is a major player in the English Premier League through his ownership of Chelsea FC and last year was exposed for spending $100 miillion dollars to support illegal Jewish settlements in the West Bank.
Other plutocrats on the list are also born abroad, such as Indians S.P. Hinduja (£17 billion) and Lakshmi Mittal (£14.68 billion), which helps explain the heavy ethnic representation of South Asians in British politics compared to other nations. Alisher Usmanov (£13.406 billion) is from Uzbekistan and married to a Jewish woman, Irina Viner. Charlene de Carvalho-Heineken (£12.013 billion), who inherited her namesake's brewery, was born in Amsterdam. Galen Weston (£11 billion) and inventor James Dyson (£16.3 billion) are the only two born in the UK.
Commentators note that billionaires, both Jewish and non-Jewish, flock to Britain to evade taxes in Continental Europe and because the government is unwilling or unable to check their influence.
Much of the institutional opposition to Labour candidate Jeremy Corbyn's in the last election came from wealthy Jews who perceived his critiques of international finance and Zionism as anti-Semitic. Since the Thatcher-era, Jews in Britain largely support the Conservative Party over Labour, though with the appointment of Zionist Blairite Keir Starmer as Corbyn's replacement they have begun returning to the left-liberal party.