What to say about this one? The momoment NZ committed it's suicide of sovereignty perhaps?
I think this Prime Minister is certainly having a good crack at it! But is she really in charge?
She doesn't seem to be, almost acting, wearing costumes and under constant foreign influence is a definite sign.
Of late she seized "a good crises" and definitely did "not let it go to waste"... as the saying goes. Gorged herself on it as the world payed attention to her sad little face.
Let's see, a crazy foreigner killed a poor group of foreigners and Jacinda decides to seize New Zealanders' guns... New Zealanders who had nothing to do with it. Ironically the second attack was stopped short because a gun was used to defend against the attacker!
Strange response but here's an explanation on one type of political response to a national crises from tj hessmon a year ago on the website freakeconomics.com
"The "Political" use of the phrase "Never let a good crisis go to waste" is based upon the points made in Saul Alinsky's rules for radicals, page 89, in the section marked communication "in the arena of action, a threat or a crisis becomes almost a precondition to communication"
Taking advantage of any crisis whether real or manufactured is a common tool used by those waging war in antithesis. (often incorrectly referred to as Political purposed). When used in this way, crisis and its extreme amplification as "thinking and acting as a group", is no longer a tactic of protest but instead a tactic of ideological subversion, which is used to bring about totalitarian government control, via Socialism or Communism.
In other words the SAGE lead form the groups along the lines of a crisis subject and use that crisis to force the need for control. if the crisis is allowed to continue (as we observed often during the last presidential administration) people will cry out to government, for relief from the result of the crisis which can lead to property destruction, and even loss of life and limb."
Does that taste like the air we currently breath?
There's lots that can be said about what's happening in this country, so we'll just wait and see what new treats this government has in store for us in future, me thinks it'll be Momo let downs.
.. Some would say that Jacinda Ardern is showing such strong leadership following the tragedy in Christchurch. I agree, we can see and feel a subtle tyranny gripping the freedoms of the people of New Zealand.
An example: she has slipped a new social/behavioral engineering phrase into the propaganda airways and it goes like this...
" We will be more deliberate with our words " Jacinda says.
What the hell does that mean anyway?, it's so cryeeptic?... and did she deliberately forget to add the words "...OR ELSE! "... maybe?
So here we are, waiting for the next step in the road to 1984... the censorship of speech. It's right outside... will Jacinda bring it in?... maybe, and if she does she'll introduce it as a good thing for us and the right thing to do to protect the innocent and the vulnerable.
How to achieve this?.. perhaps Let's do this by force?... or Let's do this by threatening the New Zealand people with 10 Years of jail time if we are not "deliberate" enough with our words?
This sounds like another creepy step in fulfilling the United Nations Agenda 2030 plan... didn't she just deliberately sign the UN Immigration Compact recently without agreement of the people of New Zealand?... non-binding you said... ha!, I doubt it.
And please stop saying "Us" and "We" when you are making decisions as if we all agree with what you are doing to New Zealand... you forget, the majority of US did not vote for YOU. We do not want to be your comrade - especially when you are dictating.
Hold on to your butts people, this 1984 party is going to get wild.
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