[One of my American friends sent me a note about this witch who runs New Zealand. She is an insane Liberal. I have been most irritated with the entire Jewish mass media of the world being in love with her, and I wondered what the reality could be. This is what I found out. Jan]
My American friend wrote this to me:
N.Z. PM, Jacinda Ardern, is a Mormon… Mormons think that they are a "lost tribe of Israel"… and get along famously with JEWS.
In Wikipedia, it confirms this, and it turns out her Aunt was a Leftist, perhaps a Marxist type, and Jacinda thus is a "Socialist" … which, without the National part, means she’s a Communist Socialist. She’s basically a leftist commie … and Israel-loving commie. The Mormons can be very corrupt. I remember a friend in the USA telling me of all the shenanigans of Harry Reid in Nevada. My friend in Nevada used to say that Harry Reid never won an election … Yet he was always in charge of Nevada. She hated him and she knew her politics backwards.
This is what wikipedia says:
Born in Hamilton, New Zealand, Ardern grew up as a Mormon in Morrinsville and Murupara, where her father, Ross Ardern, worked as a police officer, and her mother, Laurell Ardern (née Bottomley), worked as a school catering assistant. She studied at Morrinsville College, where she was the student representative on the school’s Board of Trustees. Whilst still at school she found her first job, working at a local fish-and-chip shop. She then attended the University of Waikato, graduating in 2001 with a Bachelor of Communication Studies (BCS) in politics and public relations.
Ardern was brought into politics by her aunt, Marie Ardern, a longstanding member of the Labour Party, who recruited the teenaged Ardern to help her with campaigning for New Plymouth MP Harry Duynhoven during his re-election campaign at the 1999 general election.
Ardern joined the Labour Party at the age of 17, and became a senior figure in the Young Labour sector of the party. After graduating from university, she spent time working in the offices of Phil Goff and of Helen Clark as a researcher. After a period of time in New York City, where she volunteered at a soup kitchen and worked on a workers’ rights campaign, Ardern moved to London where she became a senior policy adviser in an 80-person policy unit of then-British prime minister Tony Blair. She did not meet Blair in London, but she did question him about the invasion of Iraq at an event in New Zealand in 2011. Ardern was also seconded to the Home Office to help with a review of policing in England and Wales.
In early 2008, Ardern was elected as the president of the International Union of Socialist Youth, a role which saw her spend time in several countries, including Jordan, Israel, Algeria and China.