If I'm in the group they're excluding I would suspect patronizing them would be difficult.
"The side that stays within its fortifications is beaten." ~Napoleon
...and while many might point at the above and say that's a "slippery-slope fallacy", no thank you, sir, I know what the people are like where I came from. In 1984 - twenty years after the passage of the Civil Rights Act - I went home on leave from the Navy to Shaw, MS, where I graduated high school. Even then, the one doctor's office in town had two doors, one with a "white" sign above it, the other with a "colored" sign above it...and the people of the town still obeyed those signs. If I'd had a brain, I would have called up Time Magazine...but in those days I was still fairly racist, and after all, "that's just the way it was" in the MS Delta.
So...to all who think that it can't happen again, I've seen it first-hand, twenty years after the passage of the Civil Rights Act. And the MS Delta hasn't changed that much since then.
“To do evil, a human being must first of all believe that what he’s doing is good" - Solzhenitsyn
"...with the terrorists, you have to take out their families." - Donald Trump
Of course, you have no grasp of racism as a social construct, do you? You think racism is the same thing as racial bigotry, don't you?
Well, that's very convenient for a member of the majority. Enjoy that privilege you're perpetuating via the denial of sociological reality.
Shoot I accidentally said yes I meant no! Still 100percent