Encyclopaedia Brittanica explains: "As a community moves toward despotism, respect is restricted to fewer people. A community is low on a respect scale if common courtesy is withheld from people on the basis of their political attitudes; rude to others because wealth or position gives them that right; or because they don't like a man's race or religion."
The use of the "not equal" sign, ≠, as a stand in for the swastika, is just perfectly on-the-nose.
But here's the best moment, depicting a despot's despotic laugh:
I immediately recognized this as the sampled laugh of Damnd, a guardian from Capcom's 1989 arcade game Final Fight:
At last night’s South Carolina debate of Democratic Party candidates, Mike Bloomberg quickly corrected himself after saying he “bought” recent Dem congresspersons. “I bought, I—I got them.”
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