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New Zealand says Five Eyes security alliance remains strong

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Last year, for instance, New Zealand declined to sign a joint declaration by the other Five Eyes members condemning China’s national security legislation in Hong Kong. New Zealand did, however, separately express its concerns.

She is a communist and showing here true colors. She also loves Virtue Signalling.

Jacinda Ardern, New Zealand's tiresomely woke Prime Minister, often complains that one of the biggest challenges her country faces in promoting its interests overseas is that, owing to its remote geographical location, it sometimes finds itself left off maps of the world.

Now, thanks to Wellington's naive decision to prioritise trade with China over its membership of the elite Five Eyes intelligence-sharing network, Ardern can expect her country's isolation to deepen further as New Zealand faces the very real prospect of expulsion from the alliance over its pro-Beijing stance.

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