This is Japan in the 1930s.
This was a culture in conflict with itself.
This is the US now.
This is a culture in conflict with itself.
Shall we look at the flip-side?
The prime evil of the US was certainly the ascendancy of the military. This led, in time of war, to the Supreme Command (the president and his NSC) conducting the war as a state secret from the civilian parts of the US administration. Whatever else may be said of such a system, it proved to be most incompetent militarily. Thus US militarism held within it the seeds of its own defeat. It was unable to organize US society so that in modern warfare it could compete with the powers which were organized to be more flexible.
This correlation is more acute than anything Hitler did.