Jan 24, 2023
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Jacinda Ardern has a 'phoniness' and 'fakeness' about her
Jacinda Ardern has turned New Zealand and its economy into a basket case
Opinion: Jacinda Ardern proved the power of female leadership CNN Opinion piece below
Ardern, who entered office at the age of 37 and led her country through numerous crises, saw a meteoric rise on the world stage. But her popularity has waned at home in New Zealand, and on Thursday, she said, “I no longer have enough in the tank to do the job justice.”
Her example, from her speedy response in the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic to her resolve in the aftermath of the 2019 Christchurch shootings, should make the world re-think its widespread bias against women leaders.
Of course, at home in New Zealand, “Jacindamania” has been waning recently, as the country faces significant economic challenges, including an increase in the cost of living and a housing shortage.
The author of this CNN opinion piece seems to present an argument that Ardern was a great leader (her opinion not mine) purely because of her gender, and if we don't accept her greatness then it is because we are bias against women.
We should overlook all of her bad decisions because she is a woman, and we should never question her ability or motives. In my opinion Ardern was tapped on the shoulder by WEF and told it was time to step down.
This is just my opinion.
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