No, it's more like enjoying unending laughter at reading articles by Black writers who are turning "racial equity"/"racial justice" into nothing more than a repetitive punchline.
Meanwhile, black people are being killed by other black people at more than 10 times the rate of black people killed by white people. Who is "slaughtering" who? (Yes, black-on-black crime matters, especially when it results in dead people. To say otherwise is to politicize the dead, which is just reprehensible.)
In any case, the fact that you used a picture of an actual white supremacist to clickbait people into reading an article about white people in general shows that your efforts are nothing more than anti-white propaganda. (Fashionable hate speech is hate speech nonetheless.) It would be like someone else using a picture of a black gang member shooting someone to represent black people in general, or a picture of gay rights pioneer Harry Hay wearing his "NAMBLA Walks with Me" sign at a gay pride event to represent gay men in general.
But then, you probably hate it when people make unfair generalizations based on your skin color, or revert to harmful stereotypes around your sexuality.
Am I right?