„America's greatest crime against the black man was not slavery or lynching, but that he was taught to wear a mask of self-hate and self-doubt.“

—  Malcolm X
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„America’s media seem utterly lacking in introspection. Do they understand why so many people hate them so? Do they care? Are they so smugly self-righteous and self-regarding they cannot see?“

—  Patrick Buchanan American politician and commentator 1938
2010s, "Trump & the Press — A Death Struggle" http://buchanan.org/blog/trump-press-death-struggle-125720 (September 19, 2016), Patrick J. Buchanan

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„In the first place, I say that the North hates slavery, and, in using that expression I speak wittingly. In saying that the Black Republican party of the North hates slavery, I speak intentionally.“

—  Henry L. Benning Confederate Army general 1814 - 1875
Speech to the Virginia Convention (1861), Context: In the first place, I say that the North hates slavery, and, in using that expression I speak wittingly. In saying that the Black Republican party of the North hates slavery, I speak intentionally. If there is a doubt upon that question in the mind of any one who listens to me, a few of the multitude of proofs which could fill this room, would, I think, be sufficient to satisfy him. I beg to refer to a few of the proofs that are so abundant; and the first that I shall adduce consists in two extracts from a speech of Lincoln's, made in October 1858. They are as follows: 'I have always hated slavery as much as any abolitionist; I have always been an old line Whig; I have always hated it and I always believed it in the course of ultimate extinction, and if I were in Congress and a vote should come up on the question, whether slavery should be excluded from the territory, in spite of the Dred Scott decision, I would vote that it should.

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„Harry: (On being called a self-hating Jew) Hey, I may hate myself, but not because I'm Jewish.“

—  Woody Allen American screenwriter, director, actor, comedian, author, playwright, and musician 1935
Deconstructing Harry (1997)

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„I have not said one word of hate. I do not hate Jewish people. Not one that is with me has ever committed a crime against the Jewish people, black people, white people, no matter what your color is. As long as you don’t attack us, we don’t bother you.“

—  Louis Farrakhan leader of the Nation of Islam 1933
Farrakhan speaks of ‘satanic Jews’ in talk at Catholic church https://www.jta.org/quick-reads/farrakhan-speaks-of-satanic-jews-in-talk-at-catholic-church Jewish Telegraphic Agency (9 May 2019)

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„I hate no black man. I hate no brown man. The same God that made me put them there too. My God is not only for Afrikaners.“

—  P. W. Botha South African prime minister 1916 - 2006
Addressing the Transvaal NP Congress on 18 September 1979, as cited in PW Botha in his own words, Pieter-Dirk Uys, 1987, p. 25

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„Nations whose institutions promote cultural relativism and hate of the dominant culture have no business importing the sort of immigrant who'll be quick to act on an ideology of hate—be it the self-hate of the host, or the hate in Jihad.“

—  Ilana Mercer South African writer
2010s, 2017, "The Manchester Massacre was Murder By Muslim Immigrant," http://www.unz.com/imercer/manchester-massacre-was-murder-by-muslim-immigrant/ The Unz Review, May 25, 2017.

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„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
The Ordeal of Change (1963), Context: 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. Ch. 15: "The Unnaturalness Of Human Nature"

„That is a Nazi expression. The Nazis called Germans who defended Jewish rights self-hating Germans.“

—  Israel Shahak Israeli academic 1933 - 2001
On the accusation of being a self-hating Jew, in "Personality: Dr. Israel Shahak" by Richard H. Curtiss" in the Washington Report on Middle East Affairs (June 1989) http://www.washington-report.org/backissues/0689/8906019.htm.

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„This is the sentiment of the chosen leader of the Black Republican party; and can you doubt that it is not entertained by every solitary member of that same party? You cannot, I think. He is a representative man; his sentiments are the sentiments of his party; his principles of political action are the principles of political action of his party. I say, then; it is true, at least, that the Republican party of the North hates slavery.“

—  Henry L. Benning Confederate Army general 1814 - 1875
Speech to the Virginia Convention (1861), Context: These are pregnant statements; they avow a sentiment, a political principle of action, a sentiment of hatred to slavery as extreme as hatred can exist. The political principle here avowed is, that his action against slavery is not to be restrained by the Constitution of the United States, as interpreted by the Supreme Court of the United States. I say, if you can find any degree of hatred greater than that, I should like to see it. This is the sentiment of the chosen leader of the Black Republican party; and can you doubt that it is not entertained by every solitary member of that same party? You cannot, I think. He is a representative man; his sentiments are the sentiments of his party; his principles of political action are the principles of political action of his party. I say, then; it is true, at least, that the Republican party of the North hates slavery.

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„Who taught you to hate yourself?“

—  Malcolm X American human rights activist 1925 - 1965

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