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Reading through the comments, I come across words attributed to our dear leader. I thought it might be time to list a few to clarify for the viewers in other countries, what she is saying.

Feel free to add any I have missed:

Normal speak    Cindy speak

Poverty                           Povidy
Frustrated                      Fustraded
Party                               Pardy

Absolutely              Absoludely

Clarity                   Claridy

Charity                  Chariddy

Humanity               humanidy

Community            communidy

Communicator        Communicader

Responsibility          Responsibilidy

Reiterate                 Reiderade

Propaganda             Probbaganda

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  1. Correct enunciation is not one of DL’s finer points and ‘cheapens the brand’, so I’m surprised she hasn’t taken the necessary remedial action to correct things.

    Given that such corrective measures are expensive, either she’s not being paid enough, or her overweaning arrogance (NPS?) is such that she doesn’t consider it necessary?

    One wonders.

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  2. Well what about this then?

    Jacinda Ardern admits it’s ‘propaganda’
    OPINION: Did you hear the staggering thing that came from the Prime Minister’s mouth on Monday? Her use of the word propaganda.

    I’ve had a few pieces of correspondence since then, essentially saying it looks like she’s admitted it, it’s propaganda! I think I’m prepared to give the Prime Minister, on balance but only just, the benefit of the doubt and call it a slip of the tongue.

    She was referring to the 21-year-old who did a test and then went to the gym and then came back positive. Apparently, he’d been overseas last year, had two weeks in isolation and while he was there he was, like everybody else there, subject to a “two-week period of sustained propaganda” about the dangers of Covid.

    https://www.magic.co.nz/home/news/2021/03/peter-williams–jacinda-ardern-admits-it-s–propaganda-.html

    Well we knew that but its good that its now out in the open.

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  3. There’s also the way in which words used in Cindy-speak are interpreted:

    The Mad Queen utters “truth & transparency”.

    Her subjects know this to mean “hype & expediency”.

    Which as Orwell has taught us is “doubleplus ungood.”

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  4. Cindy speak parrots her mentor Helen Clark. Both are from the Waikato, one from out east of Hamilton, one from out west. I have lived in the Waikato my whole life and I have never heard anyone with the same inflection. Clark, a farmers daughter went to Auckland Uni and became a labour supporter/radical. The effected enunciation is a result of Helen trying to sound ‘work’n class’. Cindy is the daughter of a police officer from the well off Morrinsville dairy area. FAKE!!!

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