“Dear Malema – Are You Afraid Of A Little White Woman?” – Katie Hopkins in SA

3Feb - by Don Deon - 15 - In Africa crime EFF Farm murders Genocide Malema

Patriotic UK commentator Katie Hopkins, who is in South Africa, has asked for a meeting with EFF leader Julius Malema to talk about the Kill the farmer song.

On Tuesday Hopkins tweeted: “Dear @Julius–S–Malema @EFFSouthAfrica You are aware I am in your country. Please may I request a meeting in public to discuss the singing of ”Kill the Boer‚ Kill the Farmer”

Concerned about the reckless murder of elderly farmers in South African, a popular public commentator from the United Kingdom  has now delved deeply to carry out a comprehensive inquiry into the remote and immediate causes of such dastardly attacks in the Rainbow nation by visiting individual farmers who were affected and probably lost loved ones as well as  gathering sufficient materials to back up her investigation. She is also visiting affected provinces to get first-hand information.

According to her, the international community is flummoxed by the level of atrocity orchestrated by faceless individuals against innocent people.

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Dear @Julius_S_Malema @EFFSouthAfrica You are aware I am in your country. Please may I request a meeting in public to discuss the singing of ‘Kill the Boer, Kill the Farmer”

 The British TV personality – described by some media outlets as a professional troll – announced earlier this month that she would travel to South Africa to report on farm murders‚ which she claimed were the result of anti-white ethnic cleansing.

Predictably‚ the tweets have stirred up a hornet’s nest – and divided opinion along racial lines.

Malema does not appear to have replied and she repeated the invitation on Thursday: “Dear @Julius–S–Malema — are you afraid of a little white woman? I thought you were the big man?”

Dear @Julius_S_Malema – are you afraid of a little white woman? I thought you were the big man? https://twitter.com/kthopkins/status/958409599694106624 

Since her arrival, she has interviewed various victims of farm attacks. She tweeted on Tuesday: “Farmers and their workers live together‚ are attacked together and die together. These two beautiful men fight on and farm on — together #plaasmoorde”

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Farmers and their workers live together, are attacked together & die together. These two beautiful men fight on & farm on – together