Interesting. Your first three examples reek of nazism. Dianics... they have their own agenda outside of Wicca. What can I say. There ARE nutburgers everywhere. Even in my group. Does my group figure they have "the one and only true religion"? Nope.
Your assertion that "my group" (which by the way is Solitary Wiccans, go figure...) is espousing treating Christians as you outlined? Sadly, not proved.
I have nothing against Christians. I have a lot against people who seek to advance their religious and political agendas at the expense of others.
I was using the group you seemed to identify with, pagans. As I said, the specific examples I originally mentioned are things I heard, with my ears, IRL, and thus do not have documentation of. However, the links I've provided are very clear examples of extremism and bigotry in paganism, which proves the larger point those anecdotes were intended to support.
Again, I feel this is something that needs to be stressed, because it looks like you're feeling like I'm ascribing these beliefs to you: These are not mainstream
views in their communities. They are not
representative of the larger whole, and your average pagan is likely to be a friendly and reasonable person. Indeed, you appear to fit that description. The majority of any
group you care to name is going to be decent people, because the majority of people are pretty decent. The danger comes when you claim all
of a given group fits this description. By ignoring the ugly elements within a community you identify with, you give them a place to take root and fester and cause further harm.
This is an issue we're dealing with right now in atheism - we spent a long damn time ignoring the ugly trend of privileging hetero, cis, white men within the community, and now we're having an extremely hard and ugly time telling bigoted assholes that their bigotry no longer speaks for the rest of us.