Jill Soloway, the executive producer and writer for the television series Transparent, in a recent LA Times interview called for a “Love Army” of “women, people of color, queer people, and all otherized [sic] people” to form and fight against White people world wide. She expressed her “body shock” at Donald Trump’s trouncing of Hillary Clinton in the US presidential election and said that she wants to be “powerful and bombastic about civil rights and social justice” to re-shape cultural norms. In the interview Soloway noted that in Germany, the UK and much of the Western world nationalism is on the rise. “There is a global response for white people wanting to draw a line around their whiteness.”
To grasp Soloway’s extreme politics it might help to take a peak into her world. She was raised in a Jewish family in Chicago. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, an extremely liberal institution. Her father came out as transgendered five years ago. Her sister, Faith Soloway is a lesbian musician and anti-Christian performer whose productions include “Jesus Has Two Mommies.” Soloway was formerly married to a man but is now in a lesbian relationship with Eileen Myles, a poet from Massachusetts. Soloway’s oldest son is homosexual. She co-founded the East Side Jews, which is funded by the Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles.
Do Southerners really want their culture shaped by self-identified “queer” Jewish Hollywood elites pushing a far-Left, anti-White and pro-transgendered agenda? I don’t think so. The average Southerner has essentially nothing in common with Jill Soloway and her degenerate worldview.