In the clash between authoritarianism and democracy, we know what is winning hands down.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, far-left on the political spectrum, is markedly anti-democratic. Her glib call for ‘inclusiveness’ while actively promoting the opposite – separatist, racist policies which virtually establish a ruling class of powerful and wealthy iwi (part-Maori, quasi-tribal organisations) – is contradictory and divisive.
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