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New Zealanders are revolting against Ardern

Hard-left policies built on race are turning Kiwis off

24 July 2021

9:00 AM

24 July 2021

9:00 AM

Thousands of tractors this recent week lined the streets of towns and cities throughout the country. In ‘The Howl of Protest’, farmers and others have at last risen up against a swathe of new environmental regulations in one of the largest-ever rural protests against any New Zealand government.

These include the markedly unfair ‘Ute Tax’ which punishes the use of utes as work vehicles and is done in line with the government’s promotion of the Clean Car Package rebate scheme.

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