„Hate only hatred.“

Diary of an Unknown (1988)

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Jean Cocteau Foto
Jean Cocteau21
französischer Schriftsteller, Regisseur, Maler und Choreogr… 1889 - 1963

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José Martí Foto

„Only those who hate the Negro see hatred in the Negro.“

—  José Martí Poet, writer, Cuban nationalist leader 1853 - 1895

Manifesto of Montecristi (1895)

Franklin D. Roosevelt Foto

„They are unanimous in their hate for me — and I welcome their hatred.“

—  Franklin D. Roosevelt 32nd President of the United States 1882 - 1945

1930s, Address at Madison Square Garden (1936)
Kontext: We had to struggle with the old enemies of peace — business and financial monopoly, speculation, reckless banking, class antagonism, sectionalism, war profiteering. They had begun to consider the Government of the United States as a mere appendage to their own affairs. We know now that Government by organized money is just as dangerous as Government by organized mob. Never before in all our history have these forces been so united against one candidate as they stand today. They are unanimous in their hate for me — and I welcome their hatred.

F. Scott Fitzgerald Foto

„I hate the place like poison with a sincere hatred.“

—  F. Scott Fitzgerald American novelist and screenwriter 1896 - 1940

Responding to a suggestion that he return to Hollywood to work on a script of Tender is the Night in a letter to his agent (10 January 1935)
Quoted, Letters

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Max Beerbohm Foto

„Of all the objects of hatred, a woman once loved is the most hateful.“

—  Max Beerbohm English writer 1872 - 1956

Quelle: Zuleika Dobson http://www.gutenberg.org/dirs/etext99/zdbsn11.txt (1911), Ch. XIII

„Grey was not alone in his hatred. The whole of Changi hated King.“

—  James Clavell, buch King Rat

Part 1, Ch. 1.
King Rat (1962)
Kontext: Grey was not alone in his hatred. The whole of Changi hated King. They hated him for his muscular body, the clear glow in his blue eyes. In the twilight world of the half alive there were no fat or well-built or round or smooth or fair-built or thick-built men. There were only faces dominated by eyes and set on bodies that were skin over sinews and bones. No difference between them but age and face and height. And in all this world, only the King ate like a man, smoked like a man, slept like a man, dreamed like a man and looked like a man.

Bob Dylan Foto

„While others say don't hate nothing at all
Except hatred“

—  Bob Dylan American singer-songwriter, musician, author, and artist 1941

Song lyrics, Bringing It All Back Home (1965), It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)

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Fred Phelps Foto

„God hates America, and God demonstrated that hatred to some modest degree only last Tuesday -- sent in those bombers, those hellacious 767 Boeing bombers, and it was a glorious sight.“

—  Fred Phelps American pastor and activist 1929 - 2014

2000s, God Hates America (2001)
Kontext: God hates America, and God demonstrated that hatred to some modest degree only last Tuesday -- sent in those bombers, those hellacious 767 Boeing bombers, and it was a glorious sight. What you need to do is see in those flames -- those sickening, twisting, burning, life-destroying flames, brightly shining from every television set around the world! You need to see in those flames a little preview of the flames of Hell that are going to soon engulf you, my friend. Burn your soul forever!

Andrew Vachss Foto

„I don't love kids. I hate their predators. It's a burning hatred I feel to this day.“

—  Andrew Vachss American writer and lawyer 1942

Michael Heaton Cleveland Plain Dealer on March 6, 2003

Patrick Buchanan Foto
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Ture Nerman Foto

„But we hate the system - capitalism, militarism, reaction – and that system we scorn with a healthy, burning, eternal hatred.“

—  Ture Nerman Swedish socialist 1886 - 1969

Socialist newspaper Folkets Dagblad - Politiken (24 April 1918)

Halldór Laxness Foto

„Of all the creatures that man kills for his amusement there is only one that he kills out of hatred—other men. Man hates nothing as much as himself. That is why war is called the leprosy of the human soul.“

—  Halldór Laxness, buch Kristnihald undir Jökli (bók)

Saknússemm II
Kristnihald undir Jökli (Under the Glacier/Christianity at Glacier) (1968)

Eric Hoffer Foto

„The weak are not a noble breed. Their sublime deeds of faith, daring, and self-sacrifice usually spring from questionable motives. The weak hate not wickedness but weakness; and one instance of their hatred of weakness is hatred of self.“

—  Eric Hoffer American philosopher 1898 - 1983

Quelle: The Ordeal of Change (1963), Ch. 15: "The Unnaturalness Of Human Nature"
Kontext: The weak are not a noble breed. Their sublime deeds of faith, daring, and self-sacrifice usually spring from questionable motives. The weak hate not wickedness but weakness; and one instance of their hatred of weakness is hatred of self. All the passionate pursuits of the weak are in some degree a striving to escape, blur, or disguise an unwanted self. It is a striving shot through with malice, envy, self-deception, and a host of petty impulses; yet it often culminates in superb achievements. Thus we find that people who fail in everyday affairs often show a tendency to reach out for the impossible. They become responsive to grandiose schemes, and will display unequaled steadfastness, formidable energies and a special fitness in the performance of tasks which would stump superior people. It seems paradoxical that defeat in dealing with the possible should embolden people to attempt the impossible, but a familiarity with the mentality of the weak reveals that what seems a path of daring is actually an easy way out: It is to escape the responsibility for failure that the weak so eagerly throw themselves into grandiose undertakings. For when we fail in attaining the possible the blame is solely ours, but when we fail in attaining the impossible we are justified in attributing it to the magnitude of the task.

Osama bin Laden Foto

„Every Muslim, from the moment they realize the distinction in their hearts, hates Americans, hates Jews and hates Christians. For as long as I can remember, I have felt tormented and at war, and have felt hatred and animosity for Americans.“

—  Osama bin Laden, buch Messages to the World

As quoted in Messages to the World: The Statements of Osama bin Laden (2005) by Bruce Lawrence ISBN 1844670457
2000s, 2004

Max Frisch Foto

„I feel fairly certain that my hatred harms me more than the people whom I hate.“

—  Max Frisch Swiss playwright and novelist 1911 - 1991

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