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PM mourns death of Queen Elizabeth II

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Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has expressed New Zealanders’ deep sadness at the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, describing Her Majesty as a monarch with an unwavering sense of duty.

“I know that I speak for people across New Zealand in offering our deepest sympathy to members of the Royal Family at the passing of the Queen. To us she was a much admired and respected monarch, to them she was a mother and grandmother,” Jacinda Ardern said.

“The Queen was a much loved and admired monarch, whose record reign of 70 years is an absolute testament to her, and her commitment to us all. She was extraordinary.

“People throughout the world will be feeling an acute sense of loss at this time and New Zealanders most certainly share that grief. The Queen was a much respected constant through unprecedented global change.

“The Queen visited New Zealand on ten occasions, with that notable first tour over the summer of 1953-54 when she and Duke of Edinburgh visited 46 centres and attended 110 functions.

“She was here to celebrate with us at events such as the 1974 Christchurch Commonwealth Games and the 1990 Auckland Commonwealth Games. She also mourned with us when we were hit by terrible tragedies such as the Tangiwai rail disaster and the February 2011 earthquake.

“I know a number of New Zealanders who had the privilege of meeting Her Majesty were struck by her keen interest, warmth and sense of humour. I remember in my very first meeting with Her Majesty being humbled by her intimate knowledge of New Zealand and its triumphs and challenges.

“I presented her with a gift from a New Zealander who had kept a photo of her visit more than 50 years prior. She recalled where it was taken and even what had made her laugh at the moment the photo was taken.

“We will make arrangements for a State Memorial Service and many communities around the country will also want to show their respects and pay tribute at their own local events,” Jacinda Arden said.

New Zealand’s representation at Her Majesty’s funeral service will be confirmed shortly.

Flags will fly at half mast to mark Her Majesty’s death. Further information about mourning observances will be available on the Governor-General’s website, at www.gg.govt.nz

The new King becomes New Zealand’s new Head of State immediately on the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

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  1. Our PM doesn’t feel anything for anyone, if she did she wouldn’t have minimised the deaths and harm the people of this country have suffered under her government.

    • Democracy is the rule of the mob, nothing to mourn really, if you want real democracy in NZ you need to get rid of the 5% threshold otherwise we are better of with a Constitutional Republic.

  2. The iIlegitimate British Monarchy: a constitutional Global Nightmare
    https://sites.google.com/site/profgeorgeleesrevelations/tail-and-two-titties-the-sad-story-of-persecution-in-the-royal-bedchamber/the-iilegitimate-british-monarchy-perpetual-war-and-barbarity
    The Royal Family are a result of Rothschild Jew interbreeding when breeding rights were traded in return for the alleviation of debt after the Battle of Waterloo
    Something else I’ve always thought as being a bit fishy
    The Tangiwai disaster
    Which occurred on the 24th of December 1953 at (Wikipedia) 10:21
    21 is symbolic in NWO numerology symbology as being the number of success
    Perfection by excellence
    Was this a False Flag blood sacrifice to Moloch to celebrate the inauguration and Coronation of QE11?
    Solstice in the Southern Hemisphere
    Would have been quite easy to arrange
    With it’s hero running up the tracks in a vain attempt to stop the train

  3. The illegitimate British Monarchy: a constitutional Global Nightmare
    https://sites.google.com/site/profgeorgeleesrevelations/tail-and-two-titties-the-sad-story-of-persecution-in-the-royal-bedchamber/the-iilegitimate-british-monarchy-perpetual-war-and-barbarity
    The British Royal family are the illegitimate result of when breeding rights were traded with the Rothschild Jews after the Battle of Waterloo in return for the alleviation of debt
    Something else I’ve always thought a bit strange
    The Tangiwai disaster
    Which occurred on the 24th December 1953 at (Wikipedia) 10:21
    In NWO symbology, numerology
    21 is the number of success and perfection of excellence
    Is it possible this was a False Flag arranged as a blood sacrifice to Moloch to commemorate the crowning and inauguration of QE11?
    Solstice in the Southern Hemisphere
    Would have been quite easy to arrange

  4. The wat our glorious leader `feels` and `empathises` she must be catatonic with emotion. I also hear the Police came and knocked on here door in the middle of the night, I wonder how she `felt` about that? a wee bit apprehensive? `maybe the grift is up`?

  5. Mourns, mourns..?! She will be laughing her wee head off now her WEF buddy is on the throne. There will not be an ounce of dissension coming from Buck House as they further lay their odious plans on an unsuspecting public. Forget God save the Queen, God save the British people is more to the point.

  6. Ardern would have to mourn the Queen’s passing wouldn’t ‘she’?
    Now another proponent of Klaus Swabs great reset
    Climate change green agenda fraud
    To ensnare and enslave the world
    From the same school as Ardern
    Is now King

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