September 24th, 2018
The Genocide Of White South African Farmers
The killing fields
About Katie Hopkins
I am a woman on a mission. I am serious about telling the truths not being told.
An award-winning documentary maker, columnist for national newspapers and radio talkshow host, and best-selling author, I have spent over a decade in the media, learning my craft, listening to real people, and helping them share their truths.
As a white Christian Conservative, I will not stand by and watch people who love their country be oppressed by mandatory multiculturalism, or the narrative we are force fed. The powerful have a script and we are expected to follow it, compliantly.
We will not.
We will resist the narrative. We find our truths, and we get furious and fight back.
Katie is a Fellow of the Shillman Foundation.
Learn more about the film
Plaasmoorde: The Killing Fields is a world-first — a documentary that goes well beyond polite interviews in safe places and deep into uncomfortable places, where the heart of the truth lives. Included in this groundbreaking work are interviews with active farm attackers and serving police officers who confirm corrupt police are complicit in the mass-slaughter of South Africa’s whites.
Their truths are horrifying – a man and woman branded with hot irons and left to die. A husband killed in front of his wife and children. An elderly woman raped, another with half her face blown off from a shotgun. And they all share a common thread: revenge.
This is a disturbing documentary – it wrought both an emotional and physical toll on all involved. What’s more, Katie was detained at the airport in South Africa on the orders of the African National Congress (ANC) for her work on this project because Plaasmoorde is the story – the truth — they don’t want you to see.
We owe it to the victims – to our fellow man — to listen and to open our eyes to the truth.
“Some of my personal snapshots of the real horrors I witnessed in South Africa”
The mainstream media are ignoring the plights of white farmers in South Africa. The only way to get the word out is for their stories to go viral.