I think it's a little silly that people can consider political views "hateful". There's nothing hateful about making a considered conclusion that, e.g. blacks have a lower average IQ or many Jewish hold loxist views. Of course, you can approach those same views with emotion and turn to hatred and anger, but that's a question of emotion, not politics - and any political system leaves room for hatred because any room for an Other does (inescapable, even at the most basic level there are Those who don't follow your politics). Likewise, there's nothing prejudiced about any political philosophy. Prejudice is something that follows in your actions. You can be a bonafide nazi and not be remotely prejudiced. Prejudice is a character flaw, it's the inability to distinguish between individuals and the traits of the group(s) they belong to. And again, this has nothing to do with politics. The most bleeding-heart liberal can easily act jus as prejudiced and hateful as the comic book nazi, and they often do. I said I think it's a little silly, but of course I understand the sophistry present in realpolitik especially as it pertains to newspeak. It's not nearly as silly as describing people as trans- or homo-phobic in the obvious sleight of hand to associate it with Freudian implications.