Dr. Jason Hill


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"Hill was born and grew up in Jamaica.[1] He describes himself as "mixed race" in Caribbean terms, but "perceived as being black in America." He immigrated to the U.S. in 1985 when he was 20 years old,[1] and eventually became a U.S. citizen. Hill has written extensively about his journey to the United States, most notably in his last book, We Have Overcome: An Immigrant's Letter to the American People. Hill, a gay man, has credited Ayn Rand's work with helping him come to terms with his homosexuality, especially as someone who grew up in Jamaica, a country he describes as "the most homophobic culture in the world". Wiki

A recent interview linked at the Atlas Society. I had heard of him before but knew little of what a radical (objectively) and quietly heroic figure Hill is. He has mastered this issue, imo like no other apart from Sowell, back to the roots and the prevailing mindset of 'racialism'. Strong echos and parallels I know from South Africa too.

"...the drama is over, the quest is over, the struggle is over [and now, what does one do...?]...

I'm sending this on to rattle my Woke and Progressive friends (er, colleagues), (er, acquaintances).



“I'm going to be a little bit radical here and say there is no racial reckoning to be ...


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