Dear Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern,
Your duty towards the tragic events in Christchurch has acquainted yourself with much respect with the British public and media. The picture of your embrace with a Moslem women is iconic of compassion and sensitivity. When asked by a journalist how to tackle white supremacist you advocated it to be a global strategy, and just recently I believe you quoted from Moslem text that when part of the body is injured, the whole of the body feels pain. These are all well fed into the media which gives you much prestige, but in truth with all due respect they are only tokenism. My family have felt the pain incurred of the same affliction upon our innocent mother, and I took the trouble to write to you a long letter well thought out coming from deep within my heart which can furnish you with a much deeper understanding of the cause beneath this atrocity.
Yours sincerely Tom Darwood.
Its relevance to Brexit
The 'global strategy' alluded to by the New Zealand Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern, gives to Brexit the vision it lacks, and finding it in propagating the interests of the European Union and the United Kingdom as a future Universal Broker. The tragedy in Christchurch over the loss of life of fifty innocent folk of Moslem heritage carries an echo of the Norway attrocity which ironically alludes to Christianity's Conclusive Message, which is the philosophical advocate of Brexit itself.