They are just two different aspects and understandings of the idea of "classes". What's wrong with different ideas?
If you look back, I specifically referred to "European-style classes". There was never any ambiguity.
I think legally privileged classes are wrong. And they shouldn't be confused with lifestyle differences caused by hard work or good luck or good decision-making versus sloth or bad luck or unwise life choices.
I don't think government force should be used against innocent people. It shouldn't be used against people to prop up an inherited nobility or a ruling class of elite Washington-insiders, and it shouldn't be used against people who worked hard and started a business or went to school and became successful and chose to save their money instead of spending it.