Checking Google for information leads predominantly to dictionary definitions. As such, the Urban Dictionary gives us this: “Haters gonna hate.” This is a colloquial expression meaning that “people who don’t like you will always find a reason to dislike you, no matter how stupid that reason may be.”
Also, hatred is often associated with feelings of anger, disgust, and a disposition toward hostility.
This is all well and good, but where does hatred come from? Well, let’s look at this: Like love, hatred begins at home. They believe they are right. Why do they believe they are right? Because they belong to a larger group of people who think the same way and believe they are right as well. We must break this cycle. Do they feel threatened? Challenging them on the issues will only make them angrier. Angry at always getting the short end of the stick? Executing one of them is not going to solve the problem. It threatens them and only makes them herd closer together.
he recent tragic terrorist attack in New York City (Nov. 2017) brings out these elements. From personal experience, I would say people like that belong in a psychiatric hospital, not to face execution as some in power are advocating. His execution would not make America great. Tyrants do that.