Finally, an issue dedicated to my expertise. I have been waiting for my moment to shine and now it has arrived. Let’s do it.
We are now in a terrible place that I had hoped we wouldn’t have to deal with in my time as Massive’s political reporter: there is no more politics.
It has been a massive couple of weeks at Ihumātao (with updates still coming in). Most noticeably, Jacinda Ardern has remained relatively silent, actively attempting to avoid questions regarding it.
Sometimes politics is this massive debacle with life and country-changing actions and decisions being made that everyone knows about and has opinions on.
Do you remember when that guy who was completely unqualified for the job and was hated by the majority of the world became the President of the United States?
Luckily for us, the Massive drugs issue coincided with the announcement of the basic details around a bill related to a massive drugs issue. Well, not that massive, but I liked the wordplay.
Coincidently, this issue is all about the environment, which means that I actually DO get to use the rant I worked on about the climate change protests in March that I teased last week.
I think sometimes it’s hard for the things I say to be taken sincerely due to me building the basis of my humour around deadpan and sarcasm...
Last time I promised a part two, detailing Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and how she has been doing so far which has been a bigger job that I expected; so, let’s get started.