Canadian conservative activist and documentarian Lauren Southern has officially announced a follow up to her 2018 film, Farmlands, which took a critical look at the plight of white minorities living in South Africa.
In the announcement, Southern spoke of the impact of her first film, which has been shown in the European Parliament. Just recently, President Donald Trump himself sounded off support for white farmers in South Africa, who are set to be stripped of their lands by the country’s radical government with no compensation.
Southern’s new film, titled Borderless, will see the Canadian travel through Europe for a first hand look at the migrant crisis afflicting the continent. The filmmaker says she be speaking with policymakers and critics alike, and raise the serious question as to whether Europe can sustain its own identity if it doesn’t change course.
Formerly of the Rebel Media, Southern has been a controversial figure in the political conversation. She recently returned from a speaking tour in Australia and New Zealand with fellow right-wing YouTube talker Stefan Molyenux. The two were routinely protested by left-wingers, who attempted to shut down their events. Molyneux and Southern were forced to cancel one speaking engagement after the venue opted out after presumably being threatened by anti-free speech demonstrators.
Like her first film, Southern plans to release her follow up for free on YouTube.
Hear her discuss the project herself in the video below.
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