i have always heard fascism equated with "state capitalism/corporatism" (as opposed to free market capitalism). i don't think fascists are anti-capitalist or anti-state. so i guess i disagree with the crux of this answer.
also, "... a little closer to the truth" (my emphasis). what truth is that, exactly?
Not that they "= = " each other, but that anti-semitism is an instance of anti-capitalism. And that like most anti-capitalisms it's incomplete because it thinks it's identified the "source" of the problem with capitalism, but hasn't really.
In other words, it's almost the opposite if how you're putting it. The bigotry seems to me to derive from the bizarre interpretation of the world.
" anti-semitism is an instance of anti-capitalism."
i'm having a hard time wrapping my head around that. maybe just my own ignorance.
so to the fascists you are talking about, jews are responsible for capitalism, and that is where the bigotry comes from... interesting.
that would seem to presume that those fascists were against capitalism to begin with (prior to hating jews), and that doesn't jibe with my - obviously limited - understanding.
well, i appreciate the exposure to new perspectives.