"Look, we all know brown things and pink things were never meant to mingle, just like round things and pointy things, or things that like mints and things that wear sweater vests! It's nothing personal, you know, they're just completely different species, biologically incapable of coexisting peacefully. It's the natural way of things, and your superior breed didn't get where it is today by diluting its genes! Hate? That's an awfully strong word. If anything, you're only guilty of too much love! You love your family, you love your heritage, you love when other families keep their heritages to themselves the way nature intended, you love the way their revoltingly obvious differences make them easier to avoid, you love when you don't have to touch things they've touched and you especially love when they don't procreate! Nobody can tell you your LOVE is a bad thing..that's called DISCRIMINATION, and that makes them TRUER bigots!"
Above arguments not significantly exaggerated from real pro-racism internet rants. There are actual people who actually say these things, actually believing that racism is an honorable, natural way to keep our species thriving. There are people who actually think that if you condemn their racism, you are discriminating against their innate nature and a valid, respectable world view.
Anyway, FUTURE GERMS NEED SOME LABELING HELP!
So far we have Misogyny, Nice Guys, and Racism, but what's a single word or very short phrase to sum up, say...
-Those who are easily offended or perceive things others would be offended by, admonishing others for convoluted ways in which they've been insensitive? "Hyper sensitivity" is a little too long, but so far the best description I can think of. I might have to go with that, but maybe there's something else. "Offendability" isn't a real word, technically, but it would be etymologically sound if it were.
-People who excessively bully and troll others they perceive as bad people, for trivial reasons? It overlaps heavily with the above "Hyper sensitivity," but it's a more aggressive version. "Misaimed rage" is the best description I can think of so far, but pretty long again.
-Finally, people who hold their opinions, or the concept of opinions, extremely sacred and expect everyone else to do so in a debate. The whole "it's just my opinion, how dare you call it wrong" mindset. Maybe I won't even use this one, since it's annoying, but could be considered a part of the others.