January 27, 2018

Katie Hopkins in South Africa: “In Britain, I don’t see the strength you feel here”

Katie HopkinsShillman Fellow

South Africa is a "land of sorrow" whose people are crying out to be heard.

I keep thinking about the infinitely strong women of South Africa, who've kept their land and their families together, despite living under constant threat of attack.

This is a story I really care about and that I want people to hear.

PS: The mainstream media won't tell you these stories. Please help me continue this important investigation and work in South Africa.

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commented 2018-01-29 14:21:22 -0500
I stand by my comments. What happened in the past is irreverent. One atrocity doesn’t justify another.
commented 2018-01-29 12:42:39 -0500
MAURICE POTVIN commented 2018-01-28 17:55:45 -0500 Commented

The Politicians and the Spin Doctors who work for them, are very good at stirring up dark episodes of history, to inflame the ignorant and cause them to do evil.

If the problem was in India, for instance, the topic would be ‘The Black Hole of Calcutta’
commented 2018-01-28 21:27:46 -0500
Maurice Potvin, excellent post.
commented 2018-01-28 18:39:53 -0500
Be careful Katie. There are some people here in South Africa who will not want you to uncover the truth. Whenever we speak about it on social media we get threatened. I wish you well and God speed
commented 2018-01-28 17:55:45 -0500
Keith, you can’t rationalize the irrational. Past wrongs to ancestors are no excuse for barbarism. That would be like me, as a Metis, claiming victim-hood for residential school abuses, although I never went to a residential school. And even though some of the perpetrators may have actually suffered abuse at the hands of white supremacists when the white South Africans were in power, it’s still no excuse for barbarism. In fact, it can, and will, be used as evidence to justify the stance of whites racists.
commented 2018-01-28 13:59:28 -0500
One thing is for certain; Prayer works.
Pray for South Africa.
Pray for Katie.
May God Bless you Katie.
commented 2018-01-28 13:21:54 -0500
I guess that we should remember the treatment of the Africans by the early white settlers in SA. Mostly Dutch and British, who after the Boar Wars, were not known for their kindness to the Natives. Perhaps what we see now is a result of this treatment, dished out by the Whites, to the Blacks, in days gone by.
commented 2018-01-28 05:12:10 -0500
How come that great South African civil rights activist, Anglican Arch Bishop Desmond Tutu, has been completely silent on the slaughter of whites… just like MSM? He sure was vocal when it was whites oppressing blacks under apartheid…. which I have no problem with. But when the shoe is on the other foot, crickets!
commented 2018-01-28 00:38:06 -0500
Mohammad Trudeau , the MSM , CBC and SJWs are obviously all for extreme racism as long as it’s directed against white people
commented 2018-01-27 22:39:42 -0500
Justin Trudeau, White people are being buried alive in South Africa! Only the lucky ones are shot or have their throats cut. Offer them sanctuary in Canada. Or are You a racist hypocrite? We all know what You really are but it would be an insult to all females to call You that.
commented 2018-01-27 21:17:14 -0500
Of course the Progressive hypocrites who play the race card for any reason are suddenly quiet about TRUE RACISM.
commented 2018-01-27 18:39:00 -0500
I can’t wait to hear some of these interviews. I am especially interested in hearing the black attackers justification for the extreme reaction to what they perceive as injustice against them by the white farmers. Is their wrath fairly aimed? What will they do when they have kicked or chased out every white in South Africa? Maybe then they will be able to figure out that the white farmers weren’t the root of their problems and turn on their government? That is a long and ugly road to a non solution.
commented 2018-01-27 18:38:54 -0500
Land of Sorrow Volume 2 ( 2009- Present) needs to be published and worldwide attention be given to the methodical murders of white South Africans.
UN Watch should be involved in highlighting the need to call a special counsel to closely look at the long term systematic ethnic cleansing happening.
commented 2018-01-27 15:37:21 -0500
My wife’s grandmother lived in Zimbabwe. She was 1/2 black and the wife’s grandfather was a white former Kiwi.

They didn’t have a farm but lived in a large home in the city. The home was well protected and the grandfather’s helpers all were all armed.

He died 10 years ago and the grandmother died just a few years ago. The house was ransacked during her funeral.