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“Jacinda Ardern: New Zealand PM quits citing burnout, The Significance of Jacinda Ardern’s Resignation[/efn-note] This article brings about two critical insights. First is that the “woke” revolution is faltering and they are now making desperate moves. Ardern, after all, is one of the more …”
In this article for The Telegraph, Ross Clark discusses the circumstances that led to Jacinda Ardern’s resignation as New Zealand’s prime minister. From being a beacon of hope in 2020, Ardern has fallen from grace, and Clark believes that her fall is “self-inflicted”. Her unwavering belief that Zero Covid can work and the implementation of vaccine passports have left the country’s economy in ruins.
Clark insists that all of Ardern’s Covid errors were overshadowed by her extreme climate change agenda and her war on farmers. [Ardern’s climate change agenda, mirrors that of Netherlands, read Netherlands move to shut down farms to meet climate goals. Also, read Netherlands’ Minister for Agriculture Resigns After Failing To Quell Dutch Farmer Protests]
Editor’s Note: Clark believes that Ardern’s resignation is a result of her inability to “cope with her halo having slipped.” Even legacy media believes this to be true. Consider the following headlines: Ardern’s covid policy was her ‘greatest legacy’ — but also her undoing, How Covid’s Bitter Divisions Tarnished a Liberal Icon.
It is also clear that Ardern’s resignation is a political move to enable her party to get a chance to retake seats in the next election.[efn_note]Jacinda Ardern: New Zealand PM quits citing burnout, The Significance of Jacinda Ardern’s Resignation[/efn-note]
This article brings about two critical insights. First is that the “woke” revolution is faltering and they are now making desperate moves. Ardern, after all, is one of the more beloved woke leaders. Her resignation is proof that they can no longer control public opinion. Second, Ardern’s resignation is only a distraction. The object of ire has left, but the powers that control her are still active and biding time. New Zealanders must now be careful of who they elect to position, and they must become vigilant of the policies enacted by their leaders to prevent another Ardern-like rule.
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