March 8, 2020
Everyone in the world said it was the best thing ever when this bitch took everyone’s guns and converted the entire nation to Islam.
However, New Zealanders themselves did not think so much of it.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern won global acclaim for her response to the Christchurch mosque shootings – but 12 months on, her political future hangs in the balance and there are signs “Jacinda-mania” has peaked.
The centre-left leader had been in office barely 18 months on Mar 15 last year when a self-avowed white supremacist opened fire at two mosques during Friday prayers, killing 51 and injuring another 40.
Faced with a crisis unprecedented in New Zealand’s modern history, Ardern rose to the challenge with a mixture of compassion and decisive action.
She offered support for New Zealand’s Muslims, rejected the shooter’s ideology, immediately moved to tighten gun laws and launched a global initiative to curb online extremism.
Ardern’s personal popularity rating peaked at 51 percent shortly after the shootings and her Labour Party briefly reached similar levels, setting her on a path to reelection in polls set for later this year.
But the Sep 19 vote is now looking uncomfortably tight for the 39-year-old, with the centre-right National Party edging ahead five points in opinion polls to 46 per cent.
Labour’s support has not fallen off a cliff but appears to have plateaued amid perceptions it has failed to deliver on issues such as affordable housing and reducing child poverty.
It joined forces with two minor parties to form a government after the 2017 election, but one of its coalition partners, New Zealand First, is currently flatlining in the polls.
Professor Stephen Levine, a political scientist at Wellington’s Victoria University, said Ardern – like US leaders John F Kennedy and Barack Obama before her – was more popular overseas than with domestic audiences.
“Internationally, people are looking at the big picture, not the day-to-day details,” he told AFP, adding: “It is by no means inconceivable that Jacinda will be a one-term prime minister.”
It will be a monumental symbolic blow to globalism if this bitch loses.
She became such a shocking symbol of matriarchal oppression of the common man. And for the common man to tear that down – that would be inspirational.
By the way, speaking of the regime of this rat – the New Zealand cops, who are now all Moslems, recently published a guide on how to monitor people who are supporting right-wing causes.
They mention the Daily Stormer. Even though they should tell people to read my website, given that I am a deradicalizer, and tell people not to do shootings.
They also mention that donations to right-wing sites often come in amounts of $14.88.
They also say that people who travel to Russia are probably terrorists.