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New Zealand: out with the old, in with the new

15 October 2023

1:26 AM

15 October 2023

1:26 AM

With Christopher Luxon now the next New Zealand Prime Minister and a majority about to be formed in Parliament via a coalition with the Act Party and its very inspiring speaker and leader, David Seymour, there is little doubt that there is light at the end of the tunnel.

New Zealand First may jump on this bandwagon too and why wouldn’t they?

With Labour and the Greens having plummeted in the results, the dream, or rather, cauchemar, of their coalition has been rightly thrown under a bus.

The country is quite clearly crying out for an end to the turmoil that Wokeness brings.

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