Calling more innocuous things racist doesn’t help the problem. It hurts people who actually experience real racism. Growing up I never thought Nintendo was mocking these cultures. A child wouldn’t see it that way, only a cynical adult. You’re shoveling your narrative down our throats and pulling unrelated quotes to support your hypothesis.
There are so many games you could have chose from but you chose a classic game from a company that has unified more people than you or I can ever hope to do.
For a multicultural game like that to even come out in the ’80s is staggering. But if a nearly 40-year-old game doesn’t fit with the present woke culture of 2020, then of course it’s racism…
I know you mean well, but this article will alienate more people than it will bring together.