self-hating


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self-hating

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harbouring feelings of self-hatred
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"For my troubles, Netanyahu labeled me [along with the presidential adviser David Axelrod] a 'self-hating Jew.'"
It had survived for sixty years after the author was deported to Auschwitz, but despite the renewed attention to the nearly-lost manuscript, the extent of her works was never fully analyzed and many were condemned as being anti-Semitic as critics billed her a "self-hating Jew." This sympathetic, scholarly review of Nemirovsky's fiction also considers her life, how her experiences were reflected in her writings, and the social and political facets they contained.
One commentator, criticising Corbyn, described Jews who were critical of Israel as "self-hating Jews".
"By the end of this hour, I'll be seen by many as a terrorist sympathizer, a Zionist tool, a self-hating Jew, an apologist for American imperialism, an Orientalist, socialist, a fascist, CIA agent, and worse."
I love this graphic memoir written from the sharp tormented satirical perspective of a horny, self-hating daughter.
We're just paid to stand here, look there and read out the lines Kristin Scott Thomas It seems like we're almost self-hating for being English.
A simply riveting read from cover to cover, his novel "The Last Notch" is a deftly written noir western featuring an aging, self-hating gunslinger who takes on a job to kill the territorial governor who has become a threat to the local cattle ranchers.
We're looking at a man with thwarted ambitions, hollowed-out self-definitions and a distorted view of the world - probably overly insecure and self-hating - who, one moonless night, at 2 a.m., will take the pathology he is possessed of to a lunatic extreme and assault not just one individual but a whole group, and do it without blinking, because in that person's mind his victims that night at the Pulse Club, all the 49 dead and the dozens wounded, were mere objects, human beings shorn of their humanity.
This represents a welcome change from the trope of self-hating queer people that sometimes exists in this genre.
But Britain is a touchy country and there will always be some group of self-hating 'intellectuals' out there all too ready to put the knife into anyone who fails to strictly abide by their materialist creed.
It affects us all, but particularly self-hating teenagers.
But the excellent Brooker gave a good response - telling the audience he'd become a "self-hating, self-parody".