Yeah, the Nazi comment was more in reference to his shock of blond hair and cartoonish bad guy demeanor. I didn't mean to imply that he's actually a Nazi or fascist, in spite of his ethnonationalism and strong anti-Muslim immigrant stance. And what passes for "far right" in Europe is usually pretty middle of the road by American standards. There are endless arguments about whether the Nazis were far-right or far-left, but there do seem to be a lot of parallels between democratic socialism and National Socialism...nationalization of industries, price controls, rationing, punitive corporate taxes, etc.
That seems to be the key...the difference in social and economic mobility between Europe and America. In the U.S. you have Dearborn and the L.A. Iranians, in Europe you have the unassimilated underclasses of France, Belgium, etc. But of course, Americans are always the ones labeled racists. In any case, it'll be interesting to see how things develop in Europe over the next decade.