Suggestion: Victims of Racism should never use the term "Play the Race Card" in any conversation wherein they are discussing Racism/White Supremacy.
Reason: It is unjust and incorrect to mistreat people. To mistreat any person should not be fun. To mistreat any person is not a game. Use of those particular words while speaking about racism is to suggest a game is being played and, if that game is about Racism/White Supremacy that game MUST be logically become adverse to or maliciously against the Victim of Racism/Non-White person. Since many White Supremacists appear to find pleasure in practicing White Supremacy it could be accurate to say a White Supremacist "plays" a "Race Card". Even so, it is still not recommended for a non-white person to use this language since the language minimizes the serious nature of Racism. When confronted with such language from a racist-suspect, Victims of Racism should ask such questions necessary to put the conversation into a constructive mode and back on the salient issues of racism/white supremacy, such as:
Do you think the discussion of Racism important?
Do you enjoy playing cards?
Have you ever played a Race Card?
What is a Race Card?
Do you ever play games with Racism?
Have you ever seen a Race Card?
What does a race card look like?
Is the face on a Race Card White, Black, or both?
Who usually wins a Race Card game? The black person or the white person?
How would one tell who is the winner?
When is the discussion of Racism like a game?
We hurl the truth against falsehood and it knocks out its brain, and see, falsehood perishes!