Opinion - Peter Thiel spent 12 days in New Zealand before being granted citizenship by the then Internal Affairs Minister Nathan Guy in 2011. Cartoonist Toby Morris wonders how much the US tech billionaire could have learned about us in that time.
Toby Morris is an Auckland-based illustrator and comic artist. He is the creator of the Pencilsword on The Wireless and also half of the Toby & Toby duo at rnz.co.nz.
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Peter Thiel spent 12 days in New Zealand before being granted citizenship under exceptional circumstances by the then Internal Affairs Minister in 2011.
American tech billionaire, philanthropist, libertarian, "seasteading" and life extension enthusiast - and, since 2011, a New Zealand citizen.
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