Yeah, i'm not reading all that. I skimmed the post you sent, and it just seems as if you're moving goalposts and playing hypothetical whataboutism games.
If you went through all that to prove you have empathy towards the situation and can understand why some black people were offended, even though it seems mundane to you, then simply admit you were misinformed. Trying so hard to defend your position only makes you come off worse.
Are you even capable of trying to understand? Again, it's not me who doesn't have empathy, and you are racist and an ableist for saying such things. "come off worse"? What is wrong with you?
I'm racist for calling you out?? Lol you're going to have to explain that one. It's mind-boggling you even came to that conclusion since I didn't call you racist. And how am I an ableist?? Do you even know what that word means??
Let me break it down for you, in your first post you diminished the impact of being called a monkey since, from your perspective, there's nothing wrong with it. You were ignorant of the racial connotations of a black person being called a monkey, as we see here,
Why is it a bad thing for anyone to be called a monkey, especially considering the fact that many parents of all skin tones already call their kids monkeys, which is obviously the idea used to create this design.
And then you went on to criticize people who were offended of being overly sensitive/stupid, while also implying that the only racism you don't see as superflous is racism you understand i.e when it's obvious, as we see here,
This is the crap that makes charges against racism look superfluous. This is a great example of why some people get sick of listening to people calling "racism" when something isn't to their liking.
It's actually pretty much a sign of complete and utter stupidity to even associate this with racism.
So yeah, I stand by my criticism of you.