The entire “what fill-in-the-blank” thinks meme is an excellent example of different literacies. Parents, society, the internet, friends, one’s self, and actual definition all have different ways of viewing something. It explains how people who come from different literacies have different ways of interpreting things.
The person who created this meme is racist and seen as racist by most venues but it blind to their own racism. Their parents see their opinions in line with the notoriously racist KKK, society believes their views lead to white men beating black men (based on context we can assume the act being done is racist act (one done simply because the person was different and not for legitimate reasons such as the man being beat was shooting people) ), the internet sees the person’s view in the same vein as the Natzis, friends also see a racist leader preaching their racist views. However, the person sees themselves as a crusader, someone fighting for justified reasons (though the crusades were in no way justified we can assume this person views them that way) and what they “really” do is live a normal, middle-class white life-style. They believe their views are normal and not racist at all. Almost everyone around this person finds their views racist because they have the ability to see the views as racist due to their level of literacy. If this person expanded their literacy skills, they would change their obviously racist views.