Crocodile tears in opposition, cold & heartless in government

So sad…never mind

So much for bringing kindness back to government. Jacinda cried crocodile tears while in opposition, coming out strongly in support of the poor, dear Indian students. Now that she is in government she has wiped her tears and is showing those poor Indian students her cold heartless, resting bitch faceote.

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says it’s no longer appropriate for her to advocate for a group of deported Indian students, while the government is actively considering some of the students’ cases.

The students, who were deported in 2017, said they were victims of a dodgy Indian immigration agency, which falsified documents on their behalf without their knowledge.


They told RNZ their lives were ruined and that electioneering Labour MPs, including Jacinda Ardern, promised help but went silent after coming to power.

[…] “parishioners have kept in touch with those students, giving emotional support, doing fundraising for them and lobbying Labour to fulfill what seemed to be promises made at that time.

[…] He said his level of cynicism about the government’s involvement “depends on the day you ask me”.
“I do believe people like Andrew and Jacinda have their heart in the right place, but I don’t know what the politics behind it is.
“I know it got stalled for a long time because they had to wait for the ombudman’s report – well, that came out quite a while ago and it even named at least four of the students as people that probably shouldn’t have been deported and should be given a new opportunity to return.
He said he wondered if the delay was related to bureaucracy at Immigration NZ.

[…]”Governments change but the bureaucracy doesn’t, and while national was in power we mostly got relegated to the ministry, it was very abrupt and totally unsupportive.
“I don’t know if they’re having to deal with that, I don’t know what the answer is, I do know that these students need relief.

[…] “Unfortunately, it is just a matter of waiting … it’s not fair if you can get some powerful person to help you to side-step processes. You’ve actually just got to go through the process and that makes it fair for everyone,” Dr Russell said.

RadioNZ end quote.


Cold hard reality has struck Princess Cindy. This is why you shouldn?t bark at every passing car while in opposition.

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