I get that you use the word differently, and that's a cultural thing indicative of a certain, perhaps even dominant and mainstream, continental European mindset, but until you forward to me as useful an equivalent term in common parlance as "racism", I hope you'll forgive my Americanness in not really giving a crap about mincing words when it comes to an actively engaged, intentional and measured, genocidal culture along racial lines. I also understand that, generally speaking, the attitude may also say of different cultures not presently undergoing forcible attempts at erasure: "I don't think they have a cultural commitment to crime or are literally ********, I just don't like the fact that they look black" and I still can't bring myself to care. There's plenty of whataboutism to go around, my culture is far more than a hop skip and jump from perfect, but still, good lord. What term am I going to have to fall back on? Evil? If I use genocidal, the people who don't like Mooselems and Jehoofah's Witnernmesses and Juice will cheer. If I had to guess, this seems a European perspective. This might be an eventuality, but nationalism is on the rise and has more than enough power to melt civilization yet. My personal pet theory is that the loose confederation of Europe is starting the crisis that has been unavoidable to confederations. Do national identities fade into something similar to those of US states as a federal identity rises to take its place, or does the governing unit dissolve as confederation-ish things are wont to do under pressure? Brexit seems a symptom with a lot of details/inputs, and a pretty predictable one at that. But again, I'm not really sure about what they hell do I know, watching from all the way over here.