That made no sense, Eunuchswear.
Jane said: "Not wanting X in no way implies a fear of X" (where X is "strangers or foreigners" for xenophobia)
You said: "Xenophobia -- fear or hatred of strangers or foreigners, first known use 1903."
How does your definition of xenophobia refute what Jane said? Don't answer... it doesn't. Jane wrote that "fear" does not equal "not wanting" and what you wrote doesn't contradict that. If I don't feel like having cheese on my sandwich today, does that make me cheesephobic? According to you, it does.
I think you're too busy rabidly frothing at the mouth at perceived slights against your political ideology to meaningfully communicate. Relax and get some sleep. Jane makes a valid point that misusing "phobia" words is a technique used by some people to shame and silence other people with whom they disagree. It happens all the time in the media, and it's disheartening to see how often it works.
P.S. It would be great if you didn't claim to speak for all liberals in your future nonsensical "rebuttals", because it's embarrassing for the rest of us.