I disagree that an argument doesn't exist. It's your language I'm questioning. This isn't a couple of people who feel picked on so need to make a change to their life, or a group of people who have decided that they 'feel victimised', it's a societal problem that we all bear responsibility for. Well, most of us, anyway, based on
if it is as serious a matter as we are constantly told.
It's not much a stretch to suggest that you don't believe that it is.
So, apart from your version of somebody ought to do something about it-what do you suggest?
i have come up with an idea that might be radical but also might get a message across.
Football associations, UEFA, FIFA etc, need to get tough on racism in football grounds. And that needs to be both a professional and grass roots level. Matches should be abandoned, points forfeited, places in competitions lost.
Telling black players that if they really feel victimised then they should walk off is not 'radical', it is implicitly suggesting that there is no problem to be dealt with.
The only part of that I'd suggest needs modification is that it needs to be the officials that make the decision to leave the field. Otherwise, when losing 3-0, black player says 'I've been racially abused, I'm off'.
Not perfect, I know