There's a concept of this which helps me to frame my understanding of racism a little better: Second-generation bias. It's what happens when people, in general, realize that racism, or any other ism for that matter, is not a good part of their society and make efforts to make it taboo.
The example I was just reading about was regarding gender bias in workplaces and why women still aren't anywhere near well represented enough. The old guard is aging out, women should be higher than where they are, but what's happening is actually a stagnation of growth in terms of women leadership. Why is this if no one is actually trying to keep the woman down?
They explain that part of the problem is second generation bias, which is a more structural bias that is more subtle. The given example that made it click for me was that international assignments are usually leadership bullet points that help skyrocket someone ahead of their peers. These assignments are usually huge considerations for someone with a family, and are therefore preferred by people without families, or who have a spouse which does not work as lucrative of a job. These people are more likely to be men, as a woman working is less likely to have a stay-at-home husband. So men are getting these assignments and the concomitant promotions not as a direct means of discrimination, but as a by-product of lifestyles outside of work. Which, to be fair, are still influenced by a tertiary sexism of the family and society.
Don't worry about your tags. Kleinbloo can use whatever tags he wants, or none at all because he has so many followers. People are going to see his posts because they follow him, and not the tags. He's the buzzfeed of commenters: flashy, a little substance stretched out to make a long post that people seem to identify with, and a whole lot sassy bossy nonsense. He probably blocks more people than anyone on the site because if he didn't that would interfere with his narrative that he is supremely intelligent. Of course, it's all because he doesn't want that drama in his pure Hubski experience. Right.
The title of the video that color film was built for white people is completely appropriate. It wasn't intentionally racist, but that's where the money was and that's what you get. It's just what he wants to get excited about right now.