2.1. Sakka, ruler of the devas, asked the Blessed One: “Beings wish to live without hate, harming, hostility, or enmity; they wish to live in peace. Yet they live in hate, harming one another, hostile, and as enemies. By what fetters are they bound, sir, that they live in such a way?” [The Blessed One said:] “Ruler of the devas, it is the bonds of envy and niggardliness that bind beings so that, although they wish to live without hate, hostility, or enmity, and to live in peace, yet they live in hate, harming one another, hostile, and as enemies.”
I read this on a bus in Mexico. The driver was blasting moronic Mexican music and would periodically stop the bus to do some personal shopping. Of course I hated him. Was this because of envy? Hell no. I hate evil moronic scum. I do not "wish to live without hate". In fact the Old Testament god says to hate evil (Amos 5:15). If the Buddha is against hating evil, then Buddhism is horrible.
The Buddha can go to hell • /s/nonmorons
by fschmidt to /s/Buddhism from saidit.net