by AMY MEK at truthtalk.uk
Article originally published at RAIR Foundation USA.
In a tearful press conference, the controversial leader of New Zealand, Jacinda Ardern, announced that she would resign on February 7th. The 42-year-old Dictator, who has held the position since 2017, became well-known worldwide during the pandemic for her contempt for individual freedom.
Ardern’s government drew international criticism over its abusive treatment of citizens, such as its draconian Covid measures. As a result, Ardern and her left-wing Labour Party saw their support among the public fall to its lowest level since 2017.
However, despite the public’s rejection of the World Economic Forum (WEF) member’s stringent lockdown measures, she was celebrated and praised by Globalists and their supranational organizations. Arden was also a graduate of the WEF’s leader, Klaus Schwab’s, Young Global Leaders school, which taught some of the world’s most notable Covid Dictators and left-wing business leaders.
In 2021, the socialist prime minister openly bragged about creating a two-tiered society in which those who had taken a Covid “vaccine” would be given more rights:
Ardern warned New Zealanders not to speak to neighbors or chat with others at the grocery store. Arden demanded people only believe the government and her officials about Covid and the so-called “vaccines.”
One of the foremost communist experts in the West, Trevor Loudon, previously discussed Ardren’s efforts to establish communism and authoritarianism in New Zealand. Loudon himself is from New Zealand:
Ardern, an anti-free speech advocate, presented at the United Nations on the importance of controlling what she deemed ” disinformation” or “misinformation.” In other words, anything that challenged the state’s narratives:
Many, including the U.S. government, took issue with her deep connections to the Chinese communists. An influential United States Congress hearing was told “one of the major fundraisers for Jacinda Ardern’s party” is linked to the Chinese Communist Party, and it showed China had penetrated New Zealand’s political networks.