If "whiteness is an inherent threat to anyone who is Black", is there any point in even having discussions like this any longer? I'm not saying that aggressively - I find it worrying.
I think we maybe need to distinguish between *manifestations* of white racism - which nobody would disagree are often extreme and ugly, in the United States especially - and the idea that whiteness *in itself* is a problem or inherently racist.
Maybe it is (though I doubt it). But if whiteness and blackness are genuinely incompatible, which seems to be what you're saying, where can we actually, practically, go from there?
(For the record: I don't think they are incompatible - at all. There is no reason white people, black people, and all people can't live together in communities in a reasonably peaceful way.
But I'm concerned that you seem to think that might not be the case. Do you genuinely despair of it?)
PS And I'm not being sarcastic here - don't white people eat chicken too? Certainly where I live they do, almost constantly. Even fried chicken.