Authoritarian socialist Jacinda Ardern announced on Thursday she would step down from the prime ministership of New Zealand next month — a position she acquired in a controversial election and used to make the country crueler, less safe, and less free.
Ardern was the prime minister of New Zealand since 2017. Her term will end February 7. She will continue to be a member of New Zealand’s parliament until at least April. Unless she decides to run for reelection, her formal political career will end with the October 14th election.
In her departing remarks, Ardern depicted herself as a victim of burnout, stating, “I just don’t have enough in the tank for another four years.” She noted she wanted time to “finally” marry her fiancé and spend more time with family, giving the impression that her collapsing approval rating and her Labour Party’s growing unpopularity did not play a role in the decision, one final dishonest message to the public.
The authoritarian left went into overdrive celebrating Ardern even in quitting on Thursday, praising her alleged “humility,” “strength,” (she just quit her job…