anyone can say the n word, no one can stop you. it doesn't really matter but you can't pretend no one has any valid right to be offended
and trying to claim verbal insults don't matter is really really stupid, like really stupid and ignorant of years of research in psychology
if you wanna say the n word in private that's fine but it all comes down to basic human decency. you shouldn't use the word freely in public because yes, a large amount of people are still sensitive to it due to the way that it's been used for years and continues to be used.
and if you say it and someone gets offended, you have no right to tell them they shouldn't be offended or hurt by the word. that's their own journey
as for violence towards people using the word, of course that's wrong but you're arguing against the wrong thing. generalizing black people in general and telling them they're using racism as an "excuse" is hella derailing. honestly watching you spiral further and further into your own delusion is sad
no it didn't because you derailed it, addressed black people as a whole and unnecessarily generalized them, said they use racism as an excuse, and don't know how to present your arguments coherently (see: the mountains of badly organized paragraphs that would make any English professor barf)
you cannot blame other people for calling you out when you worded something so atrociously and are acting like a giant man baby
like yeah, it didn't come off that way and it's your fault