ER Editor: Substacker Igor Chudov gives a serious treatment of the topic of Jacinda Ardern’s recent award, ugly history in power and what the government of New Zealand continues to perpetrate. Again, we feel it is all theatre designed to wake people up.
Recall that she suddenly resigned in January of this year with no real explanation given. Where has she been since?
While we don’t intend to diminish Chudov’s article, we are sick and tired of the transgender lies among our leaders (so-called), that the French would call ‘casting’. Here we have in mind not only Ardern, but Obama and Mike, Trudeau, Macron and Jean-Michel (aka Brigitte), Blair and others around which there are sexual histories or strong rumours (Rishi Sunak). Recall ‘Jacinda’ from 5 years ago, and yes, this is in the public interest because this ‘casting’ is obviously playing into an agenda, currently hidden from the public, and rendering our leaders blackmailable:
A reminder that ‘dame’ means ‘woman’. Somebody has a wry sense of humour.
We wonder if she’s still free to walk around. Just our two cents.
Jacinda Ardern Awarded “Damehood” for Handling of the Pandemic, As Excess Deaths Continue to Mount and Media Crackdown Intensifies
2023 deaths are 25% above normal – but are hidden from the public
New Zealand’s government awarded “damehood” – the second-highest honor in the country – to its former Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.
The award was given for “leading the country through the Covid pandemic.”
Who gave Jacinda this highest honor? Her new Prime Minister, Chris Hipkins. Mr. Hipkins was Jacinda’s Health Minister during the pandemic, so by giving her the highest honor for handling the pandemic, he also implicitly “honored” himself.
Jacinda did some very unusual things during the pandemic. Her government forbade New Zealand citizens from returning to their own country. She also supported a “two-tier society,” basically robbing unvaccinated New Zealanders of their constitutional rights and laughing about it:
How is New Zealand doing? Take a look at the Short-Term Mortality database. In 2023, New Zealanders are dying at excess rates of around 25% of normal.
A successful pandemic policy would not result in roughly 25% excess mortality in the fourth year of the pandemic. The officials insist that Covid is not responsible for most of these deaths, leaving the actual cause an unspoken mystery.
Most New Zealanders are unaware that their chances of dying increased by a quarter because their country’s press is silent on excess deaths. The silence and lack of public awareness are not accidental: the government is intensifying its crackdown on social networks and the media.
“Safer Online Services” Details New Censorship Plan
This June, the NZ government revealed its initiative for “Safer Online Services and Media Platforms.”
The government is proposing to create “A new industry regulator” armed with powers to punish “media platforms”:
The new regulator would make sure social media platforms follow codes to keep people safe. Media services like TV and radio broadcasters would also need to follow new codes tailored to their industry. The regulator would have the power to check information from platforms to make sure they follow the codes and could issue penalties for serious failures of compliance. This would ensure everyone is playing by the same rules and that consumer safety is prioritised.
While the proposal gives lip service to “protecting children,” it quickly advances to “hate speech,” the right of the government to remove and block content, and more:
Continuing to remove and block access to the most harmful content – government interventions to censor content and criminalise associated behaviour would remain at the extreme high end of harm. The new framework would continue criminal sanctions for dealing with ‘objectionable’ (illegal) material, including powers to issue takedown notices for this type of content.
There would still be a place for a censorship role, with powers to determine whether the most harmful content should be classified as illegal to create, possess, or share.
Failure to comply with the requirements could lead to authors, creators, and publishers being suspended, removed, or prevented from accessing the platforms’ services. They may also be blacklisted if they show repeated harmful behaviour.
Regulated Platforms would need to implement approved codes of practice that meet legislated core safety objectives and minimum expectations
NZ plans to use Artificial Intelligence to do censorship:
safeguards and barriers to deter the upload and creation of risky content – for example, time-lags or verification requirements for specific types of content
methods to identify harmful content and prevent how it is shared and amplified. This would include ways to remove this content, such as:
• through human and Artificial Intelligence (AI) moderation practices
• downgrading content visibility
• removing recidivist individuals and entities – such as identifying bots and troll accounts that routinely post unsafe content • using authenticity markers.
Anyway, I am not a citizen of New Zealand, so I cannot tell that country how to govern itself.
What I can say, however, is that I am very sorry for the fine citizens of that remote land, who lost their constitutional protections, are dying at excessive rates, are largely unaware of the danger they are in, and have a government more interested in hiding the truth from the population and awarding highest honors to its members.
Does Jacinda deserve her “damehood”? Or does she deserve something else?
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