Have you read Mein Kampf? Hitler openly attacks Jews. And I don't care how many died, I don't care if they only discriminated against certain Jews, the fact it lots of people were killed for baseless, ridiculous reasons. They were not a threat and yet they were exterminated? Why? Because Germany needed a scapegoat, something to direct there hate upon, a collective hate that will make them feel strong and unified, and make them loyal to the Nazis. And that's my point. In authoritarian dictatorships the leaders are obsessed with holding onto power and feel a need to control the people in anyway they can. So they use fear, hate etc etc. It happened in the USSR, it happened in Nazi Germany, Mao's China, the Roman Empire. It doesn't matter if there socialist, nationalist, like their people, hate their people, don't give a damn. The fact remains that when you focus so much power in a single individual, they abuse it, and the result it always mass genocide and suffering. Governments have killed more people than anything or anyone ever else has, and authoritarian dictatorships are always the main culprits. What is the purpose of a government that has know care for life other than themselves? What good can they bring ever? None.
yes, I read it, quite a silly book really, diary of fantasta. they were not exterminated, not by gas for sure, but they were victims of hard labor in camps, that is true. and they were dangerous to a system where they didnt want to adapt if they were not a zionists, even other Jews looked down on those poor people, but faith was strong in them so they died for it, like many other believers of many relligions. It is not as Germans were mentally enslaved, but yes, certainly they were reminded of their fabricated roots and someone raised their patriotic spirits. Third Reich wasnt even in one tenth focused on hating Jews, they focused on progress, development, knowledge, that was a golden age of science. Individuals who have power rarely abuse it ( unless it is Africa ) and Hitler didnt exactly abused his power, he was what his country needed for that time.
Empires tend to expand, that is natural course for them and Sith Empire has a great potential to make galaxy a better place for everyone, even aliens. You were definately too much exposed to democracy propaganda to view rule of one man as a bad thing, altho it is never one man, usually monarch has ministers and advisors, experts that are chose because of their abilities not nepotism, thats what Sith Empire, experts on the Council, people who serve their Emperor loyally