The new documentary by Lauren Southern is a documentary not for sensitive viewers, it is divisive, but it is essential for those who want to understand the plight of South African farmers better.
In the coming weeks and months, you can expect the much-anticipated full-length documentary to provoke extremely polarized reactions across the political spectrum.
Lauren is a Canadian far-right political activist, journalist, and an Internet personality. She ran as a Libertarian Party candidate in the Canadian federal elections in 2015.
Talking about her documentary, she says that even since she started her work in politics, she has heard stories and rumors of something sinister happening in South Africa. She received images and videos talking about a white genocide.
Determined to learn more about the problem, she decided to venture South Africa, a country that is intriguing because some define it as a paragon of multiculturalism and social justice, while other as a powder keg with a genocide against the white population that is ready to erupt.
Farmlands is her most controversial project to date, and it is not a stretch to say it will be the most talked documentary in the next following months.
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