There’s something I call the “Racism Paradox”, and it’s a conundrum kinda like “the chicken or the egg” (scroll down for video)
What came first: the racist or the black man? Behind this seemingly silly question is actually a very legitimate query: do some people hate blacks because they’re evil racists, or do some blacks act barbarically and create racists?
The “racism” paradox can be applied to any race and the negative stereotypes associated with them (i.e. Indians stink, whites are violent colonialists, etc.)
But in today’s case, it involves a black man who perfectly exemplifies the Racism Paradox by accusing an Indian store owner of being a racist for not hiring black people, and then proceeding to act in an impulsive violent way, proving the same stereotypes that (may have) dissuaded the Indian man from hiring blacks in the first place.
Watch the video and see it for yourself: