World leader admits the information campaign is failing

Source: Kelen McBreen

A video out of New Zealand shows Prime Minister Janice Ardern admitting the country engaged in a two-week-long “sustained propaganda” campaign to induce fear about COVID-19.

Essentially, Ardern was upset that citizens are disregarding government regulations and blamed new COVID cases on a few individuals.

“Even with the full understanding of human fallibility, it is not appropriate, and it is not okay for members of a team of five million to let the rest of us down,” she said.

Peer pressure is being used to shame the COVID outlaws, with Ardern telling the country, “If there is any question mark right now over there being consequences, you know, those individuals are facing the full judgement of the entire nation. There are consequences, undoubtedly.”

Placing the blame on those who choose not to obey every minor rule put in place by the government, Ardern bragged, “We drum in that messaging around the dangers of Covid pretty diligently for a full two-week period of sustained propaganda.”

“We were at the right alert level, we had instructions that were given out … But equally we will keep asking people to abide by the rules as well,” she said.