The video begins with a shot of the LDS temple in Bern, Switzerland, and then shows a boy running away from the temple as fast as he can. Not until now did I make the connection with Arnold running out of the Demiurge's Reality Temple:
Interestingly, the Swiss Temple was the CJCLDS's first "unreality" temple -- the first to replace most of the ceremony with a literal movie.
I began my October 24 post "William Wright is back -- and he's bringing syncs" by saying that I was "on the lookout for synchronistic occurrences of the numbers 42, 126 and 333." Looking up "Run Boy Run" on Wikipedia, I find that, while the music video is a few seconds longer, the song itself has a duration of 3:33. The "In Popular Culture" section mentions that "It was used in the trailer for 42," which is a movie about Jackie Robinson. In fact, only the instrumental intro -- the part that coincides with the boy running out of the Mormon temple -- is used:
One of the lines from the trailer is, "Mark my words and circle this day. Negroes are gonna run the white man straight out of baseball." The relevance to the meme, in which a form of the word negro is going to replace every word in the white man's language -- and in which we see a white man literally running straight out -- should be obvious. And of course Jackie is repeatedly called the nigger word in the movie.
Jackie Robinson was an outsider -- a black man -- competing with white American athletes in New York City. The running man in the Reality Temple meme comes from a scene in Hercules in New York in which an outsider -- a Greek demigod played by an Austrian bodybuilder in his acting debut -- competes with white American athletes in New York City. (The Dodgers later relocated to California; so did Arnold.)