Naziphobia: A Huge Problem
Since World War II, Naziphobia has only increased in the West. Nazis are looked on with suspicion, they are not treated as full citizens, and in some European countries, they are even persecuted for their beliefs. Nazis can lose friends, be fired from their jobs, not for anything that they have done themselves, but only for their beliefs.
The intellectual leader of the Nazis, Adolf Hitler, is being called a monster, and unflattering cartoons are drawn of him, which is extremely offensive to Nazis. Nazis are routinely called monsters themselves, even though people do not know the Nazis they are insulting by making these gross generalizations. As if every Nazi is a bad person!
When Nazis wanted to march in Skokie, Illinois, everyone was against it, even though these Nazis had nothing to do with the Holocaust that the people in Skokie survived - just like the Muslims who wanted to build the Ground Zero Mosque had nothing to do with the 9/11 attacks.
Why do you judge the vast majority of Nazis, who are peaceful, tax-paying citizens, for the actions of a few extremist Nazis who kill ethnic minorities? Does any of you people who condemn Nazis actually know a Nazi in real life?
Nazism should be a respected world ideology, and Nazis should be treated equally in every facet of life. We should combat Naziphobia, as it is every bit a scourge as Islamophobia.