New Zealand reaps results from lessons learned from the humiliating World Cup semifinal defeat of ’92: PM Ardern | Instant News


While the whole world is struggling to save its citizens and the economy from the deadly corona virus, one country, New Zealand, with the only casualty and no new cases for weeks, has emerged as a prime example of how to deal with the global pandemic, effectively. Its leader, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern praised this success for the important lessons his country learned from their humiliating defeat against Pakistan in the 1992 Cricket World Cup semifinals.

“Certainly, you could say applying tight locking while closing borders before other countries in the world, increasing testing, adopting emerging best practices, analyzing data and using common sense are helpful, but the real meat of the strategy comes from the wisdom obtained as a result of shooting in the Park Eden, Auckland 22 years ago in the hands of eleven cornered tigers ”, commented PM Ardern during a Zoom interview Dependents.

Prime Minister Imran Khan supported PM Ardern’s comments, tweeting, “Yes … I know!”

Then, the same day, after a cabinet meeting on coronavirus, the Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Shibli Faraz revealed that the decision had been taken to bill New Zealand to a total of $ 350 million for ‘profits obtained through consulting services provided by the Pakistan Cricket Team at under Imran Khan ‘. This will be in addition to Coronavirus assistance which will be requested separately, Shibli explained.

The following day during the second government telethon, an elderly person from New Zealand from New Zealand asked PM Khan about the significantly higher mortality rate in the country, the number of infections and overall poorer performance compared to New Zealand, where the PM only smiled and answered, “there is much to be learned, still there, to young women”.

The exchange was followed by reporters who looked at each other confusedly murmuring, “was he just …”, “yoda …” “Star Wars … Really?” .



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