NZ PM Jacinda Ardern Resigns After Ruling Nation with Iron Fist

Jacinda Ardern New Zealand’s anti-self-defense/gun, anti-free speech, lock down prime minister

If you ask outgoing New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern to describe her stewardship of a once-free nation, she’d likely say she “guided” her country through a mass shooting and the Covid-19 pandemic.

If you ask many Kiwis about Ardern’s “guidance,” they’d likely say she herded the population using the CCP virus fog to consolidate political power. After a lunatic gunned down 51 innocent people at a mosque in Christchurch, the PM showed her dictatorial proclivities by disarming law-abiding gun owners who’d killed no one. 

But she’s most infamous for using the CCP virus as a cudgel to invoke some of the strictest lock-downs on Earth. According to FOX News, “In August 2021, the country was put on lock-down for at least three days after a single case of the coronavirus was found in one community.”

Ardern encouraged her people to report their neighbors to police, for being outside, lying to them about how dangerous the people who disobeyed her non-scientific prohibitions were to others. Some, like Tucker Carlson, have murmured about Ardern being a possible CCP puppet. Even if she wasn’t, Xi was likely proud.

Announcing her resignation, Ardern said “I no longer have enough in the tank to do it justice. It’s that simple.” Whatever the reason, many Kiwis are rejoicing. 

Her resignation comes after a “hot mic” incident where she insulted opposition leader David Seymour. After Seymour asked her to provide an instance of an error she’d made where she’d issued a sincere apology, and then “fixed it.” 

Rather than an example, Ardern told her aide, “Seymour was ‘such an arrogant p—k,” which was caught on a pesky active microphone. According to The Spin Off, Seymour said, “Jacinda is a well-meaning person, but her idealism collided hard with reality. Unfortunately this has left the country with big problems: the economy, the lawlessness, the Treaty.”

The soon-to-be ex-PM, as reported by the Guardian, mired in a lack of self-awareness, said, “I hope I leave New Zealanders with a belief that you can be kind, but strong, empathetic but decisive, optimistic but focused.” At least she knew “when it’s time to go.”


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