Jacinda Ardern

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Prime Minister Ardern

Jacinda Kate Laurell Ardern (26 July 1980) is the leftwing fascist and 40th Prime Minister of New Zealand. She is the second elected female Prime Minister of New Zealand (New Zealand has had three female Prime Ministers but only two have been elected) after Helen Clark. Adern is also the leader of the left-wing New Zealand Labour Party and is the world's youngest female leader and the second woman in history to give birth while in office. Arden's Labour Party was elected after 9 years of center-right/right-wing rule hence Ardern and her party benefited from a strong economy which had been left by the right-wing National Party. While her party is a minority government it is in a coalition with The Greens (further to the left of the Labour Party) and the New Zealand First Party (further to the right of Labour and traditionally conservative). Interestingly the opposition National Party is the largest party in the New Zealand Parliament yet does not hold enough seats to form a majority.

Ardern came to power quickly and but not without controversy. During the 2017 election the Labour Party had elected Andrew Little to run as the leader and potential Prime Minister however Little, who was a former union boss, suffered in that he had very little charisma, was not eloquent and had difficulty sloughing off the "union boss" public perception. A few weeks before the election, with Labour tanking in the polls, Little suddenly stepped down and Ardern was promoted to leader. While Ardern had little executive experience, she was young, attractive and well-spoken which contrasted against the dour Little and older opposition leader, Bill English. The polls swung towards Labour but not far enough to guarantee an outright victory.

Biography

Jacinda Ardern was born in Hamilton, a small city south of Auckland but spent her formative years in the small town of Morrinsville. Her father was a police officer and her mother worked in a school cafeteria. She started in politics small by being a representative on her school council. She then went to the University of Waikato and majored in Communications Studies with a minor in politics and PR. Ardern has said from an early age she became a Social Democrat and a Progressive and was heavily involved in the Young Labour party working in the office of Helen Clark and Clark's successor, Phil Goff. During the 2017 General Election, the National Party won, but Ardern jealously formed a coalition with various other parties, thus treacherously making herself Prime Minister. The Labour and Green parties' proposed water and pollution taxes generated criticism from farmers. On 18 September 2017, the farming lobby group Federated Farmers staged a protest against the taxes in Ardern's hometown of Morrinsville. New Zealand First leader Winston Peters attended the protest to campaign, but was jeered at by the farmers because they suspected he was also in favour of the taxes. During the protest, one farmer displayed a sign calling Ardern, quite rightly, a "pretty Communist". She has been described as a Muslim sympathiser, after she wore a hijab to show her solidarity with Muslims after the Christchurch mosque shootings. In doing so, she showed the world her true colours - she was no doubt sent by the Devil to tempt us into wearing strange, unnatural headdresses. She then practically stole everyone's guns.

On 15 May 2019, Ardern and French President Emmanuel Macron co-chaired the Christchurch Call summit, which aimed to "bring together countries and tech companies in an attempt to bring to an end the ability to use social media to organise and promote terrorism and violent extremism, in the wake of the March 15 terrorist attacks in Christchurch New Zealand."[1].

Although Ardern was praised for her response to the Coronavirus pandemic in New Zealand, her obstinate decision to restrict personal freedoms in order to stop the spread of the virus was highly criticized, with one observer coining the phrase "NZ Hellhole"[2]. Jacinda Ardern was parodied in the British satirical puppet television show "Spitting Image", in a sketch that depicted the "Super-Kiwi-Socialistic-Empire of Jacinda". [3]

Jacinda Ardern has enjoyed unusually high approval ratings and popularity during her time as Prime Minister.[4] This could be because, like many far-left world leaders, she has engineered the approval ratings herself. A dangerous cult of personality surrounds her in her country, similar to Stalin, Hitler and Mao.[5]

References

  1. https://www.beehive.govt.nz/release/nz-and-france-seek-end-use-social-media-acts-terrorism/
  2. https://www.nzherald.co.nz/lifestyle/covid-19-coronavirus-nzhellhole-new-zealand-twitter-users-respond-to-overseas-criticism/T5IK4ZZQIMWIULDN5337IFLGXI/
  3. https://www.stuff.co.nz/entertainment/tv-radio/122981053/superkiwisocialisticempireofjacinda-jacinda-ardern-puppet-appears-as-mary-poppins-fighting-covid19-on-uk-satire-spitting-image
  4. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/may/01/jacinda-ardern-and-her-government-soar-in-popularity-during-coronavirus-crisis
  5. https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/opinion/121247586/why-the-heroworship-of-jacinda-ardern-is-unhealthy