Not All White People?
“Not all white people…”
Okay, but listen—I have one simple question:
“Does racism exist?”
If you say “no”, then you just demonstrated otherwise.
If you say “yes”, then, naturally, you must qualify this so as to identify it, whereof one begins with that of its origins.
This is to say that in order to discuss the particulars of racism, one must first account for that which is the general, for it is oppression by the Many and not the One indeed serving as the force of racial oppression, whereof the object of inquiry is thus social dynamics.
Thus, what of this dynamic—with whom, and what, does it entail?
Black Americans and white Americans, of course, thereto respectively referred collectively, yet separate of each other—whereof, the problem has always been that of oppression, ergo power—alas, social power dynamics.
Essentially, one must quantify the relationship between two parts of the whole in order to ultimately conceive of that which is racism, lest the concept be scarcely any different than that of a stereotype, whereas racism spoken in terms of the individual is nonsensical.
Conclusively, any objection predicated on the actions of the One separate that of the Many is a rejection of the reality of these very social power dynamics and, therefore, a rejection of the moral responsibility one has to correct them—which is to say, ultimately, racist.