Former New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern suggested freedom of speech online is equivalent to ‘weapons of war’ during a speech at the UN General Assembly.
In a resurfaced 2022 clip that obtained millions of views, Ardern pushes for online censorship of anyone challenging the establishment narrative.
She said leaders must address the challenges of ‘mis and disinformation.’
The former COVID regime tyrant said ignoring mis and disinformation “poses an equal threat to the norms we all value.”
“How do you successfully end a war if people are led to believe the reason for its existence is not only legal but noble? How do you take on climate change when people do not believe it exists? How do you ensure the human rights of others are upheld when they are subjected to hateful and dangerous rhetoric and ideology?” she asked.
“The weapons may be different, but the goals of those who perpetuate them is often the same. To cause chaos and reduce the ability of others to defend themselves. To disband communities. To collapse the collective strength of countries who work together. But we have an opportunity here to ensure that these particular weapons of war do not become an established part of warfare,” she continued.
Former New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says free speech is a weapon of war, and censorship is necessary to protect free speech. pic.twitter.com/O8jQMtNs55
— illuminatibot (@iluminatibot) September 19, 2023
Ardern’s comments reflect those of an authoritarian tyrant.
Censorship is a weapon of warfare often used by dictators in power.
And that’s exactly what Ardern is calling for at the globalist institution.
X users reacted to Ardern’s speech:
WEF controlled Horse 🐴 face, former disaster of a NZ PM Jacinda Arden, saying the opposite of what is known to be historically accurate .
Free speech is NOT a Weapon of war .
Censorship is necessary to protect corrupt government narratives NOT to protect
free speech .#1A… https://t.co/11xN3ZHpqK
— Tom Moore (@junogsp7) September 19, 2023
They’re telling you what’s next. Pay attention. https://t.co/vBnouepzes
— An0maly (@LegendaryEnergy) September 20, 2023
Politicians are responsible for more hate speech, disinformation, and violent rhetoric than any other source, bar none. And, it's almost always levied at their own constituents.
That's why we fight so hard for the right to keep and bear arms. https://t.co/FjjjQ2F309
— Feni𝕏 Ammunition (@FenixAmmunition) September 20, 2023
Skeletor left her post as New Zealand's PM and leveled up as an ambassador for global totalitarianism.
The basis of her speech is as follows:
"How do we make people believe the lies if other people can freely destroy our lies with truth?"
Extra points for the dramatic emphasis… https://t.co/IGo1dHM78c
— Jason James (@jasonjamesbnn) September 19, 2023
The first and primary goal of all Communists is to shut you up. https://t.co/pckcY08AGk
— john jackson (@pvtjokerus) September 20, 2023
Fox News reported:
The prime minister urged action from the gathered audience of U.N. leaders.
“But we have an opportunity here to ensure that these particular weapons of war do not become an established part of warfare. In these times, I am acutely aware of how easy it is to feel disheartened. We are facing many battles on many fronts,” she said. “But there is cause for optimism. Because for every new weapon we face, there is a new tool to overcome it. For every attempt to push the world into chaos, is a collective conviction to bring us back to order. We have the means; we just need the collective will.”
Footage of the New Zealand prime minister’s speech went viral on Wednesday, with many commentators condemning her remarks.
Independent journalist and The Intercept co-founder Glenn Greenwald called out Ardern on Twitter.
“This is the face of authoritarianism – even though it looks different than you were taught to expect. And it’s the mindset of tyrants everywhere,” Greenwald wrote. “This is someone so inebriated by her sense of righteousness and superiority that she views dissent as an evil too dangerous to allow.”
Watch Jacinda Ardern’s full speech below:
The 78th UN General Assembly continues in New York City this week.
The agenda for the demonic organization is to accelerate Agenda 2030 to enslave the masses.
“The 78th session of the United Nations General Assembly marks a crucial milestone in the journey towards achieving the 2030 Agenda and the urgent need to put the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) back on track,” the UN wrote.
“World leaders gather to engage in the annual high-level General Debate under the theme, ‘Rebuilding trust and reigniting global solidarity: Accelerating action on the 2030 Agenda and its Sustainable Development Goals towards peace, prosperity, progress and sustainability for all.’ Heads of State and Government and ministers explore solutions to the intertwined global challenges to advance peace, security, and sustainable development,” the UN added.
However, not everyone in New York City is happy about the presence of the United Nations.
Protestors chanted the “WHO has got to go” near the UN General Assembly.
Protesters march down 2nd Ave near the UN General Assembly chanting “hey hey ho ho, WHO has got to go!” Signs that say “No Agenda 2030, No Pandemic Treaty, No GMOs No Bugs!” pic.twitter.com/oX4J0p4Dgk
— NJEG Media (@NJEGmedia) September 19, 2023
The Post Millennial reports:
Nearby, a number of people took part in a protest organized by the New York Freedom Rally, a grassroots movement whose goal is to put an end to government control over peoples’ bodies, and promote health autonomy.Advertisement
“NO GREAT RESET!” read a banner held by two protestors, one of whom wore a shirt stating, “We will not comply.”
Over on 2nd Avenue, dozens marched carrying signs warning about everything from vaccines to Agenda 2030, the UN’s plan to combat climate change.
The main target of their ire, however, was the WHO.
“Hey hey, ho ho, WHO’s got to go!” they chanted as they made their way down the sidewalk.
A second day of protests are expected outside the UN headquarters on Wednesday, organized once again by the New York Freedom Rally.