I'm in South Africa, documenting the violent, ethnic cleansing of white farmers by armed, black gangs. It’s infuriating, it’s heartbreaking.
And the world doesn’t care.
Or at least the mainstream media doesn’t care. Do you?
Every day I’ve been down here, I’ve produced a short video clip of what I’ve seen. Brave men and women who are still fighting for their land, for their families and their future. And so many who have been killed or wounded.
If you haven’t seen these videos yet, you can watch them below.
In addition to these short videos and my columns, I’m working on a full-length, TV-style documentary that we hope will be seen by millions of people.
But the only reason we’re able to break the media’s silence on this shocking story is that we’re 100% independent. We’re not controlled by the politically correct bosses at the BBC or other media corporations who would rather pretend this isn’t happening.
But that also means we’re 100% on our own when it comes to paying the expenses. Please help chip in to cover the costs of our journalism with a donation:
Some of the bravest woman I have ever met are here
Published on 7 Feb 2018: Feminists in the West believe in empowering women by wearing pink hats. Meanwhile some of the bravest women I have ever met are here in South Africa.
Is “freedom fighter” Malema “afraid of meeting a little white woman?”
Published on 6 Feb 2018: As part of her investigative reporting in South Africa, Katie tried to schedule a meeting with Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema, one of the key figures inciting violence against South African farmers today.
Katie Hopkins detained at South Africa airport
Published on 6 Feb 2018: Katie Hopkins was detained at the airport when leaving South Africa. She's free now. And Katie even managed to smuggle my documentary film footage out of the country...
Sue was tortured with a blow-torch...
Published on 2 Feb 2018: Katie is in court reviewing the attempt at getting justice for Sue and Robert, UK natives who moved to South Africa to farm the land; little did they know it would end in tragedy.
Shots ring out
Published on 31 Jan 2018; Farm families must engage in military-style defence training to protect their crops, and their very lives.
Farmer's son traumatized by deadly attack
Published on 31 Jan 2018: In this clip from Katie's forthcoming documentary, a farmer details the after-effects a violent attack on their homestead had on his son.
Security comes at a high price
Published on 30 Jan 2018: How white farmers have to secure their lands, to feed the nation. They have to build walls.
When black and white work together...
Published on 30 Jan 2018: Katie speaks with black workers who are employed by white farmers. They all work together and get along perfectly when there is no outside interference trying to create tension, everyone gets along.
In Britain, I don’t see the strength you feel here
Published on 27 Jan 2018: Katie reflects on meeting with the infinitely strong women of South Africa. And examines how South Africa is a "land of sorrow."
Preparing to meet a murderer
Published on 27 Jan 2018: Katie never imagined she would interview a man whose family was tortured, then come face-to-face with one of the men responsible.
A cross for every white farmer killed
Published on 27 Jan 2018: Katie reports about a memorial for murdered white farmers.
I'm not easily scared, but...
Published on 26 Jan 2018: Faith in God, and an almost biblical love for their land, helps farmers stare down mortal danger.
Building walls to keep people in
Published on 25 Jan 2018: Under constant threat of attack, South Africa's farmers have become prisoners in their own homes.
Why I'm going to South Africa
Published on 24 Jan 2018: Katie Hopkins is embarking on a two-week mission to South Africa. Her investigative reports will focus on the racial war between black extremists and white farmers.