Kill the Boer farm murders in South Africa

Sometimes Katie Hopkins goes too far and shows a real lack of empathy. I can well understand how she could upset some people.

She seems to have the hide of a rhinoceros and can’t quite understand why others around her don’t have this attribute. Perhaps she is a little autistic, I don’t know.

It’s just that in this day and age, of craven political correctness and moral cowardice, she comes across as a breath of fresh air.

She laughs off tribulations which would crush a lesser person with a care free, almost little girl laugh.

She says what she thinks and be damned with the consequences. I think we need more of that kind of attitude in these times.

To her enemies, she is the Devil incarnate. The British Government has funded a play about her assassination while it arrests 9 people per day for “hate speech.”

But apparently, Katie does have a sensitive side and it comes out in the documentary she made in 2018 called Plaasmoorde, The Killing Fields.

You can watch it here:

Or on Youtube here

Why bring this up 18 months later? Truth be known, I only just discovered it.

That is bizarre because it is the kind of thing I would normally come across. I wonder, is it just me, or did the rest of you miss this documentary.

Even more strange is the fact that it came out at around the same time as Lauren Southern’s documentary Farmlands on the same subject.

I saw that movie on Youtube but they didn’t promote Katie’s movie as a suggestion.

In fact, on the subject of Youtube, when I typed in “Katie Hopkins Killing Fields” into the search bar, the movie came up at number 12 – almost like the censors at Youtube don’t want you to know about this particular genocide. In fact, even this came up before Katie’s documentary:

South Africans have been maligned for a very long time. I grew up watching a hilarious show on the BBC called Spitting Image. This was how they portrayed the White South Africans.

At the time, we laughed about it. The White South Africans are not laughing now. There was no backlash because our elites have always considered Anti-White racism to be completely acceptable.

Maybe it is just coincidence, but I just discovered this movie last night and I think that Good Friday would be a good time to watch this story of Christian suffering.

It really is heart wrenching and even Katie Hopkins is visibly shaken by it.

Being a White minority is the current destiny of all White nations.

Maybe it won’t be as unpleasant a situation as the current disaster in South Africa – but I think that now would be a good time to have a conversation about it while we still can. Please take time to watch the video and have a think about it.

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Happy Easter and God bless you all.