If you can find it post it (I would be interested in reading it). In terms of influencing the Nazis, I'm skeptical. As I have yet to read his stuff in depth it's possible that I'm missing something or interpreting some of his writings incorrectelly. Again I could be mistaken, but I don't really see the Nazis taking anything away from Bakunin's political philosophy with the exception of anti-semitism. If that's the case there would be a plethora of anti-semitic writers, philosophers, politicians...etc that the Nazis and Hitler would be much more comfortable with. As for this, your "friends on twitter" not withstanding, the examples of Israeli violence or incitements to violence (against Palestinians and Muslims) that you presented are not examples of Jewish hatred, rather they are expressions of nationalist/ethno-nationalist sentiment. In other words the state does not reveal secret or hidden racism and intolerance of a people, rather it instrumentalizes intolerance in pursuit of a particular set of ends.