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The hubris of identity politics

Look at us, Australia, and you’d never vote for the Voice

26 August 2023

9:00 AM

26 August 2023

9:00 AM

In New Zealand, we are facing the consequences of former prime minister Jacinda Ardern’s determined promotion not only of identity politics but of He Puapua, i.e. of our eventually being virtually ruled by tribal hierarchies under the supposed political power-sharing of ‘co-governance’. As a result, many thousands are now fleeing to Australia, as well as for far better wages and job conditions – professionals, tradespeople, and vital construction workers – with businesses closing down, unable to attract staff – although there is now a 46 per cent increase in the number of people on what used to be called the...

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