Death to the Daleks! - Into The Dalek - Doctor Who - BBC

Death to the Daleks! - Into The Dalek - Doctor Who - BBC

Rusty finds, in the Twelfth Doctor, pure hatred for the Daleks: a mutant race bred for hatred. "Daleks must be exterminated." (TV: Into the Dalek)

Hatred or hate was an emotion which was revered by the Daleks, so much so that the Parliament of the Daleks wished to preserve the "divine hatred" of the Dalek Asylum until it became a threat to the Dalek race. It particular they grew to hate the Time Lord known as the Doctor due to the many times he opposed them. When the Eleventh Doctor expressed his disgust at the Daleks' admiration of hatred, the Prime Minister of the Daleks suggested that it was the reason why the Daleks never succeeded in exterminating their most hated enemy. (TV: Asylum of the Daleks) Earlier, in the company of Amy Pond, the Doctor told her that hate "look[ed] like a Dalek." (TV: Victory of the Daleks) The Ninth Doctor, recalling the creation of the Daleks, commented that "every single emotion was removed except hate." (TV: Dalek) The Third Doctor characterised the Dalek mutant as a "living, bubbling lump of hate." (TV: Death to the Daleks)

The Twelfth Doctor once stated "It's people hating that upsets me." (COMIC: The Swords of Kali)

The First Doctor noted hate as an example of emotions to the Cyberman leader Krail, along with love, pride and fear. He questioned, "Have you no emotions, sir?" (TV: The Tenth Planet, Twice Upon a Time)

The Eighth Doctor said that he never hated anybody before meeting Excelsior. (AUDIO: The Last)

The Master stated that only hate kept him alive and that hate was strength. However, the Fourth Doctor said that the Master's hatred was his one great weakness. (TV: The Deadly Assassin)

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