New Zealand has an Ardern problem accentuated groupthink.
The enigma that a hive mind faces, that in order to become self-aware, community members must experience feedback from an outside source. Only in the presence of external data being weighed, can the perpetual cyclical loop of stagnation and apathy possibly be broken and the bureaucracy dissolved. However, the individual spurring the revolution will in all probability be ostracized and ultimately liquidated. In an anthill, it is always about the queen, and the worker ants instinctively sacrifice intelligence for conformity.
The idealistic tribalism of New Zealand, serving to preserve the reign of the country’s liberal and defiant Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, and in doing so functioning as a totalitarian government disguised as a democracy, is once again targeting the basic liberties of citizens. Many residents are oblivious to the county veering towards Socialism, as video games, urban myths and Netflix, are eliminating critical thinking skills, and allowing the leftist canon to proliferate.
While the apologist bureaucracy authored some of the world’s most restrictive Covid-19 mandates in causing irreparable damage to the economy and the collective’s general public health, lawmakers are doing their best to compete with Sweden to earn the gold medal as the most feminist nation-state on the planet.
As Ardern illustrates the ideological blueprint for an overbearing progressive, the dictator of Parliament recently previewed legislation that will ultimately tax the New Zealand’s farmers for “agricultural emissions”. (This is not the first time in the liberal mecca islands that the concept has been entertained) While the directives circulated among a cheering climate crises movement, the country’s food producers are understandably furious, and already have a huge chip on their shoulders with the federal government’s repressive firearms measures and indifference to the concept of reasonable self-defense in rural areas. Within a radicalized political ecosystem that is almost comical in a dump truck load of ineptitude, a grocery store chain removed knives from shelves, echoing the elected officials campaign to ultimately disarm the population. Gun control activists in the US should take a serious look at the crises that New Zealand residents endure in cowering to extremists and special interests.
In a public statement, Ardern outlined the tariff on agriculture as a key component to reducing “methane emissions by 10% by 2030 and make the country carbon neutral by 2050”. Along with the zero tolerance for firearms, and the coronavirus lockdown debacle, with her pledge to scuttle the nation’s food supply, the megalomaniac has achieved a rare political trifecta that would receive a rousing ovation from a “Hamilton” audience.
As news for her runaway environmental campaign spread, the miscreant received swift and deserved backlash from farmers.
“We didn’t sign up for this,” remarked Andrew Hoggard, president of agricultural lobby group Federated Farmers. “It’s gut-wrenching to think we now have this proposal from the Government which rips the heart out of the work we did.”
With agriculture as a vital part of the country’s economy, Ardern’s absurd proclamations could lead to food costs that are already skyrocketing in the aftermath of the tourism industry being ransacked by Covid-19 lockdowns, reaching record levels. While Americans battle a Biden sparked an era of inflation, the worst consequence of the livestock emissions tax may be the bad ideas that the program gives Democratic politicians on the other side of the Pacific.
Ardern’s reckless stipulations forges a segue for a tax on human emissions, which would ironically bankrupt bloviating politicians from all the carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere through their mindless diatribes and volumes of intellectual manure piled upon respective constituents.