I was born into Judaism and then became a Christian but now I am an atheist. I studied religion and became a minor expert in theology. I speak and write some Hebrew and studied Greek as well as Latin to understand the etymology. If there was an actual man named Yesu you’re right he may have had olive or darker skin. But the idea is we are not to remake this image in our own likeness. Is it not written in the supposedly holy word(not). Not only that but by casting the so called god-man image so widely as a very white man belies the sense that whiteness conveys purity and holiness. Which then leads to the position of whiteness holding a sense of superiority. You can deny this or turn a blind eye but it is there. The rage underlying the movement to remove the whiteness of Jesus is a bit ridiculous to me because I don’t think this may-have-been was anything more than a man possibly preaching peace. The whole idea can be passed as preference without factual or substantiated proof. Nonetheless, each has their own right to belief. Destroying all white images of a mythological figure may help those afflicted with related mental anguish. Are not all these images graven images. Is Christianity mocking itself in contradictions and endless compromises. What do I know? How different is this than demanding statues of slave holders, once thought of as heroes, be torn down. All things, just things. If all these things are destroyed we can still live and be whole. Everyone can have their true faith whatever that is without things.