Desperation makes people do strange things. Jacinda Ardern must be really desperate now, after a series of polls that clearly show we are done with her and her party of clowns, buffoons, racists and chancers. She’s going to do that which she has steadfastly refused to do for quite some time: meet Groundswell:

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will meet with the leaders of Groundswell NZ next week, a year after saying she would not meet with them.

Leaders Bryce McKenzie and Laurie Paterson confirmed on Friday that they had received an email from the Prime Minister’s office and would meet with her in Wellington on Thursday.

“We think it was the 100,000 signatures,’’ McKenzie said, in reference to the group’s petition calling on the Government to stop its emissions tax on agriculture.

The pair would meet with Ardern for half an hour, with no other industry bodies present.

”I’ll be asking her why she is penalising the most efficient food producers in the world,’’ McKenzie said.

Paterson said he would raise the issue that food production lost in New Zealand because of the emissions tax would be picked up by other, less efficient countries.

”Why is she willing to risk the backbone of the New Zealand economy?’’ he asked.


Bryce and Laurie might think she is there to listen, but she isn’t. She is there because she has nothing left in the tank as Labour sinks into oblivion.

They won’t get answers, because this little globalist puppet has no real-life experience and understands nothing about what she and her ilk have done worldwide.

The World Economic Forum has beggared Sri Lanka with its economic and rural policies. Ardern will just be telling them that’s exactly what they can expect.

Make no mistake, Ardern is only meeting them out of desperation. What she has forgotten is that desperation is a stinky cologne.

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