In a fairly hypocritical departure from her “you’re us” speech in the wake of the events of March 15, and her recent “open borders” speech at the UN, Supreme Leader Ardern has had a massive whinge today about New Zealand citizens who commit crimes in Australia not being welcome back to their homeland.
Despite proclaiming at yet another UN appearance recently that the entire world should do away with these pesky border things and just let any old fuckwit in to do whatever they want, wherever they want, Ardern apparently isn’t so keen on extending that policy to actual New Zealand citizens who find themselves being kicked out of Australia for doing naughty things.
“Nah, they left the fold. Didn’t work out so well for them did it?” she hissed.
“What people need to understand is that if you choose to leave because you think the grass is greener on the other side, and it doesn’t work out, you’re not going to be allowed to come back. We don’t need these dissidents turning up here and telling the peasants silly stories about how much better off they could be”.
“I find their lack of faith disturbing” she added.
When this reporter attempted to ask a question about how she’s completely fine with letting in boat people, despite Labour’s pre-election promise to cut immigration, he was stopped by some kind of weird force around his neck that prevented him speaking.