What makes HATE the MOST EVIL, NEGATIVE, and VICIOUS word in the English languag

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  1. gmwilliams profile image82
    gmwilliamsposted 4 years ago

    What makes HATE the MOST EVIL, NEGATIVE, and VICIOUS word in the English language?


  2. dashingscorpio profile image88
    dashingscorpioposted 4 years ago

    Blinding passion and single mindedness of purpose to hurt or destroy something or someone is what people find very alarming.
    Rule of order or laws are generally thrown out the window when someone is consumed with hate. They have no thought of potential consequences regarding their actions.
    Extreme hatred can lead to insanity or committing insane acts.

    1. Austinstar profile image85
      Austinstarposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Learned hatred is taught as in bigotry, morality? and imposed judgements on what a person believes is "against the will of god". They are indoctrinated with hatred as apposed to being unable to understand rejection and empathy.

  3. Austinstar profile image85
    Austinstarposted 4 years ago

    The word 'hate' inspires violence and harm to others. Hate is taught. It doesn't come naturally to people unless they have psychopathies that they are born with. And even that is not true hate. It's more like a lack of empathy.
    One can 'hate' the flavor of cheese perhaps without wanting to destroy every block of cheese in the world, but as a human emotion, hate, is much stronger than that.
    Hate is a brainwashing technique used by those who wish to control others. They use hate as a tool to focus a goal into someone's mind.
    No one is born hating other people. They must be coached into doing so.
    This hate is encouraged through repetition and memorization. Chanting hate slogans and painting them onto signs. Memorization is a powerful tool to encourage mind control. Take away a person's ability to think and reason properly and they become a slave to the wishes of their master.

    1. dashingscorpio profile image88
      dashingscorpioposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      In most instances hate is taught. However when it comes to "retaliation" and hatred from having been "hurt or done wrong" by someone that's emotionally manufactured from within. Elliot Rodger hated/killed women because they rejected him on campus

    2. Austinstar profile image85
      Austinstarposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      serial killers are known to have a defect in their psyche which renders them unable to empathize with other humans or animals. They lash out at what they cannot understand.

  4. profile image50
    aharrisposted 4 years ago

    First, could we please call a moratorium on the word "evil"? Fictional characters like demons and arch villains in comic books are evil. Humans don't have supernatural powers. Instead, we are depraved, craven, and insane.

    As Arthur C. Brooks wrote in his Valentine's Day piece "Raking Risks in Love" in the NY Times, the opposite of love is not hate.

    I agree. Hate is not the absence of love. What makes hate singularly bad is the violent ideation it comes with. The ideation does not always evolve, but it can. If it does not, it simply harms the hater and those around him or her. Hate is pain that takes up residence in a person's schema and slips behind the wheel. There are ways to deal with this intruder, but they require courage and grace. It is easier to morph from a person into a hater than it is to seek help or grant forgiveness.

    Hate leads to undermining, sabotage, gossip, rumor-mongering, defamation, bullying, verbal and physical assault, and murder. Expressions of hatred can be done remotely or in person. Triggers for hatred can be other people's behaviors, genotypes, genders, or their coincidental embodiment of memories/feelings/acts in the hater's actual past or imagination.

    Haters use their words to wreak havoc on their targets' psyches, reputations, and relationships. Haters maim their victims, taking them out of the game of life in slashing and acid-throwing tantrums. Haters are angry cowards - many poison or bomb and run. Kamikaze haters are not brave, they are brazen and fanatical and lack autonomy, replacing pride in themselves with pride of their nation, their religion, or their point of view, be it their own or some other zealous idealogue's. Haters are selfish, letting their desperate need for resolution, payback, and control grow beyond reason. Their pain and fear are immense.

    Not everyone who does harm is a hater. But many haters do harm. This is what makes hate a word our parents do not allow us to say out loud when we're kids. Unlike evil, hate is real. Toxic. Contagious. And growing.

  5. kj force profile image66
    kj forceposted 4 years ago

    Hate is a word with various degrees and numerous meanings and reasons...
    It can bring people to thoughts of " killing"  and elimination.
    Personally I feel if you feel so strongly about something to bring on the emotion of HATE...WALK AWAY...and find something you feel passionate about and put your strength in that and work towards making it better...
    Hate has destroyed Society for years...and it will be our demise...
    thought good question..


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