The positive doctrines of modern secular Reaction are:
1. Dictatorship (ie. anti-democracy)
2. Strict formal hierarchy (i.e. anti-egalitarian)
domination of the public arena (i.e. anti-feminism)
Why is this different from 1920s/30s fascism?
It isn't - except that fascism was powerfully motivated by Nationalism and had a power base in the Military.
By contrast, modern Reaction is operating in world where Nationalism is extremely weak and the movement has no apparent support from the Military.
Therefore, modern secular Reaction is just weak fascism; or fascism minus the ability to take power.
Note: I use fascism here in a descriptive way. I don't regard fascism as the worst of all possible political systems - because that would be communism. However, I do regard fascism as a bad political system - mostly because it as fundamentally secular in nature; hence ultimately Leftist.