LOXISM -- Noun. Pronounced (lok' sizm).
(1) The belief that Jews are superior in human character or ability to non-Jews.
(2) Discrimination, prejudice, and hate expressed by Jews against non-Jews.
Synonyms: racism anti-American
Antonyms: jewcist anti-Semitism
Professor Katz goes on and on and on about so-called institutional racism, but in private conversation he demonstrates his own rigid loxism by expressing contempt for "crazy suicidal Arabs," "loony Christian fundamentalists," "simple-minded inbred hicks in flyover country."