“Nazism is a bigotry of the ethnic majority, directed against ethnic minorities and outsiders.”
I can accept that, as long as it’s understood that you’re now defining “Nazism” so that it’s no longer synonymous with “fascism”.
The Nazi variant did indeed use xenophobia and racial supremacy to gain control. However, “fascism” is simply the use of ANY sort of fear of the “those who are not us” to gain control. Doesn’t have to be racial, doesn't have to be ethnic. Point is that you’re using fear of the “X” to control the population.
In “social justice”, there is ethnic resentment towards the majority (whites) and, often, the “model minorities” (asians, mostly), and intellectual contempt towards ‘backwards’ conservatives (mostly white).
Precisely. Another variant.
This difference gives Nazism and “social justice” totally different dynamics, transmission mechanisms, etc.
Obviously. But once the control is established, it’s a distinction without a difference.