The film definitely implies that hatred isn’t a necessary component of anti-Blackness and anti-black racism. All that’s required, according to this film, and I agree, is Whiteness and/or allegiance to Whiteness.
Get the Fuck Outta Here: A Dialogue on Jordan Peele’s GET OUT
Son of Baldwin

There is this unsolicited fully paid subscription to whiteness (seemingly unending) that not only determines blackness and accompanies othering, it subjugates our being with liberal use of a coerceive narrative and dominant framework. The result of which continues to reap benefits in socioeconomic terms at such a detrimental expense, both physically and psychologically.

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