Let's face it: Godwin's Law isn't going anywhere. From time to time, we hear comparisons between group X and Nazis. As long as the internet is around, we might as well get used to having that happen. So what about them? Let's open that discussion about one view in particular: Racial diversity. What were the Nazis' views on racial diversity? Were they like our liberals, who typically favor diversity? Or did they claim that it was better for society to be racially homogenous?
(Yes, there is a point to this. If this question makes you uncomfortable, you are more than welcome to choose another thread.)