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Watch: Ardern applauded by North Koreans

Ardern UN Speech news

Aotearoa Supreme Leader Jacinda Ardern speaks before the North Korean parliament about trampling free speech rights to raptuous party-approved hand-clapping.

Fellow communist Kim Jong-Un was also in the audience.


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  1. Well, there is a food shortage in NK. There is a considerable section of kiwis who are forced to rely on food banks; even families having 100K income has to rely on tax credits due to high taxes. Health care is rather poor and we were mandated and lied for jabbing. Money printing aka quantitative easing by Grand Robber is immoral and it wiped out savers wealth. House prices are over valued due to excessive credit supply and our houses aregenerally of poor quality compared to other countries. There is so many system pigs in the government and local bodies. A pathological liar is the head of the NZ colony who is an agent, mascot of globalists. This makes NZ worse than NK because their head of state is NOT an agent.

  2. Ardern whatever it is is hard work
    Two people I simply cannot stand the sight of
    One is this abomination sellout Ardern
    And the other this cuck called Justin Castro

  3. This explains most of what goes on in the placebo-vaccinated mind and brain tissue of this WEF creature!
    She should stay in Boston with the rest of the dysfunctional & delusional Stockholm Syndrome subjects over at Harvard University!
    Imagine Hitler, Mussolini, Pol Pot, Mao, Stalin, & Pinochet all getting ‘Honorary Degrees’ from Harvard or from any of the top 10 ‘Poison’ Ivy League Universities…same comparison…!


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