New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has said she’s proud of the hostility her country has expressed towards Stefan Molyneux and Lauren Southern.
When asked if New Zealand is hostile to free speech, Ardern replied, “I think we’re hostile to their views.”
“Look, they’re here because there were no grounds to block them being here,” Ardern added. “That does not mean we welcome their views.”
“I think you’ll see from the reaction they’ve had from New Zealanders that their views are not those that are shared by this country and I’m quite proud of that.”
So much for tolerance and diversity of thought. Evidently, some cultures and opinions are more equal than others.
.@jacindaardern: NZ is not hostile to free speech. Rather NZ is hostile to @Lauren_Southern and @StefanMolyneux's views.
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