The part in yellow is attacking you as a person, and saying that you must reblog in order to show that you care, when in fact reblogging will do absolutely nothing to show that you care or not. It says that by reblogging, you are being a good person and showing that you are a good person, and by NOT reblogging, you’re alright with the fact that things like this exist.
I’m not even digging too far into this, it says it right there.
If that okay with you, then carry on with your day
I’m not even making this up; it directly attacks you as a person, and their kindness and compassion as a person. It accuses you of not being a good person, and of having no empathy, and of not caring about anyone else.
The carry on with your day is very dismissive as well; implying that if you don’t care, you’ll be able to go with your day without any sort of guilt or remorse for not reblogging, because that is how little you care about issues like this.
If you agree this is unacceptable and okay, then reblog and spread the word
It’s saying there, that by reblogging this, you’d be doing something important. The fact of the matter is, it wouldn’t. Reblogging this will do nothing to change anon hate, and will help no one.
Skipping straight to the part in red: Using the word should is giving advice or recommendation, telling that it’s imperative and very important that you reblog this; it adds a sense of urgency to what is being said. It’s used to say that someone must do something, along the lines of it being the responsibility or obligation to do whatever the speaker is ordering of the other.
It then goes on and says that it won’t make your blog ugly, and that every type of blog, no matter what you reblog, should reblog this. By saying this, it takes away your right to refuse to reblog it; it says: you have no excuse for not reblogging it, because it won’t make your blog look ugly, and this is something that every type of blog should have. Every reason for not reblogging it is then made to be meaningless, because according to this, there is no excuse for not reblogging.
By wording it in a way that mentions ugliness, it implies that anyone who doesn’t reblog is materialistic and cares only about things like outward appearances.
And, returning to the part in blue: exactly how is this helping? If it was actually intended to help, it would provide resources that could be useful to someone who was dealing with this sort of harassment or abuse, or resources that could help. As it is, it does absolutely nothing and is utterly meaningless.