But if we pipe up and complain about any of this? "Whoa simmer down there. We're just talking about actual white supremacists. If you think that applies to you that's your problem. Of course it's okay for you to just be you. What are you, fragile? Poor little fragile baby gonna cry?"
When someone speaks against the narrative, you retreat into saying "quit crying, we're only talking about real white supremacists, if you have a problem that means you need to self-crit". You actually distilled my points into "an interracial couple on TV is not an excuse for murder" as if I was complaining about my inability to get away with murdering people. That's like if a black man complained about an entrenched system of institutional racism hampering his ability to get ahead in society and I responded by saying "well you're black so quit stealing TVs and selling crack in Compton". But of course in that case such dismissive callousness would be bad.If this kind of hypocritical motte-and-bailey antagonism was used on any group other than white males, any at all, it would be called "gaslighting" and we would be reminded that gaslighting is what nazis do, in between sharing frog memes and wearing red hats and other such abominable activities.
Thank you for proving my point about your deceitful motte-and-bailey tactics exactly the way I said you people do it, and not even being self-aware enough to realize it.