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Bolshevism is a form of violent secular feudalism based on robbing, murdering and otherwise oppressing people who belong to several vocational classes. Nazism is a more modern version, a form of violent secular feudalism based on robbing, murdering and otherwise oppressing people who belong to several ethnic classes. This isn't to be understood as a strict delineation - for example, virtually all Marxist societies practice some form of institutionalized racism - but for Nazis members of an ethnic class (namely, the Jews) replaced capitalists in the mythology of mainstream Marxism. Otherwise Nazism. Bolshevism, and other spinoffs of Marxist revolutionary theories are virtually identical.

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Q: Compare and contrast Nazism and Bolshevism as ideologies and as ruling system?
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