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->''"Canadians are ''so apathetic'' at times! [sigh] But... whaddaya gonna do?"''
-->--'''Glen Foster''', Canadian comedian.

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The Boomerang Bigot is a character who thinks that all members of Group X are an inferior race/species... [[{{Hypocrite}} even while being a member of Group X]] themselves. Despite the obvious contradiction, the Boomerang Bigot doesn't see anything wrong with their view, and will continue to proudly persecute Group X.

Differs from YouAreWhatYouHate in that there is no ignorance, secrecy, or self-doubt involved. The Boomerang Bigot ''knows'' they're a member of the targeted group -- and others know it, too -- but remains unabashed about holding their views, possibly in an odd form of HonorBeforeReason. However, it is possible for the two tropes to overlap. A bigot's membership in the hated group might be secret to most people but known to a few. If he continues to sincerely express hatred towards the hated group, even when in a situation where his secret will not be exposed, then he might show shades of both Boomerang Bigot and YouAreWhatYouHate.

Such behavior almost always occurs [[HypocriticalHumor for laughs]]. If not... be afraid.

Has also been known in the mainstream as "Self-Hating", with the ethnic group following after (such as "Self-Hating Black" and "Self-Hating Jew"). A more technical term is "[[InternalizedCategorism internalized bigotry]]". If they're not self-hating and simply criticize the behavior of their group, they might just be insisting that they StopBeingStereotypical.

If done poorly, this trope can lead to UnfortunateImplications, such as that being bigoted is okay as long as it's self-loathing bigotry or that a person must be prejudiced in the "right" way - otherwise they'll be a CategoryTraitor.

A supertrope of MisanthropeSupreme. Also see NobleBigot, PretendPrejudice, CulturalCringe, HunterOfHisOwnKind, HumansAreTheRealMonsters, EvenNerdsHaveStandards, SomeOfMyBestFriendsAreX, InternalizedCategorism, NWordPrivileges, and FemaleMisogynist. {{Gayngst}} and ArmouredClosetGay are related tropes for self-hating gays and lesbians, and EffeminateMisogynisticGuy for a less direct form of boomerang-bigotry. The most extreme cases may commit GenocideFromTheInside, or attempt to do so. See also SelfDeprecation.

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[[folder:Anime & Manga]]
* ''Manga/FairyTail'' has Porlyusica, who hates humans. [[spoiler: Justified when we find out later that she's the Edolas counterpart of the Sky Dragon Grandine, who on the other hand was very fond of humans.]]
** [[spoiler: Acnologia, the Black Dragon of the Apocalypse, considers humans to be beneath worthy of talking to. He was originally the Black Dragon Slayer, who was turned into a dragon by Zeref.]]
* Done with no laughs at all with [[TheDragon Legato]] in ''Manga/{{Trigun}}''. He's human, but is an OmnicidalManiac who wants to kill all humans and anxiously awaits the day when his own boss will kill him. He hates himself and [[MadLove everyone else that is not Knives]]. If Knives weren't an OmnicidalManiac, Legato would probably hate everyone anyway.
* Alucard from ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'' fits this, since he's actually [[spoiler:the first vampire]] and seems to think that he has the right and obligation to decide which vampire lives and which vampire dies. At the moment only ONE seems to be considered worthy to live. Most vampires only stay around long enough for him to kill them.
* In ''Manga/VampireKnight'', [[spoiler:Zero Kiryu is a vampire hunter who hates vampires [[HunterOfHisOwnKind despite (or perhaps because of) being an ex-human vampire himself.]]]]
* At one point in ''Manga/SayonaraZetsubouSensei'', Maria, TheIllegal, becomes fascinated with {{manzai}} which leads to her becoming a right wing ultra-nationalist for reasons which make slightly more sense in context. She is shown denouncing the Prime Minister in front of Parliament for charges which include the influx of illegal immigrants in Japan.
* In ''Anime/{{Naruto}}'', Jirobo of the Sound Four enjoys making fun of Choji's weight during his fight with him, despite being fatter than he is.
** As of chapter 608, there is also [[spoiler: Obito, who believes that everyone who manages to survive as a shinobi is trash. And yes, he is aware that this includes himself.]]
* ''Manga/RosarioToVampire'' has Student Police enforcer Keito, who in addition to being a {{Jerkass}} is a female misogynist, if her interactions with Kurumu are any indicator. Also, [[spoiler:Hokuto Kaneshiro, a leader in the anti-human terrorist organization Fairy Tale, is himself biologically human.]]
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[[folder:Comic Books]]
* PlayedForLaughs in a classic Gyro Gearloose story by Creator/CarlBarks where a rival inventor moves next door to Gyro. Gyro angrily declares that he never could stand any kind of inventors or geniuses.
* ComicBook/RasAlGhul in ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' detests humans in general, to the point of being an OmnicidalManiac who fancies himself as GaiasVengeance. He wants to save the world by destroying 90% of humanity and ruling the ones left over.
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[[folder:Film]]
* Trent, the self-proclaimed black Klansman in ''Film/ShockCorridor''.
* Walt Kowalski from ''Film/GranTorino'' is a white Pole who throws derogatory slurs at everyone, including the Polish and whites.
* Officer Coffey in ''Film/BoyzNTheHood'' is a black policeman who shows apathy and hostility to other blacks.
* [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Officer Self Hatred]] in ''Film/DontBeAMenaceToSouthCentralWhileDrinkingYourJuiceInTheHood'' is a [[AffectionateParody parody]] of Officer Coffey, and played by the late Bernie Mac.
-->"I hate your black skin. I hate your black pants. I hate black pepper. I hate black keys on a piano."
-->"I hate Whoopi Goldberg's lips."
-->"I hate my gums, 'cause THEY black."
* ''Film/SkyHigh'': TheReveal of Gwen's past makes her coldness toward Layla and indirectly the other sidekicks somewhat perplexing. Whether she genuinely fell for Will, saw something of herself in Layla that she hated, or simply went drunk with popularity isn't particularly well-explored, though the second is slightly implied.
* ''The Believer'' is about an Orthodox Jew who becomes a neo-Nazi. Based loosely on [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dan_Burros Dan Burros]].
* In ''TheSevenSamurai'', the seventh ronin, played by Toshiro Mifune, actually comes from a peasant background. He hates peasants for being victims and samurai for being bullies.
* The seventh member of ''Film/TheMagnificentSeven'' really hates farmers, though himself a farmer.
* In ''Film/{{Thor}}'', [[spoiler:Loki's reaction to learning that he's the son of Jötenheim's king is to attempt Frost Giant genocide. Certainly had a lot to do with finding out that his biological father had left him to die for being a runt. Moreover, Loki was raised to fear and hate Jötunns as he was growing up in Asgard, so his action was also fueled by extreme self-loathing]].
* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Robots}}'' Ratchet's mother Madame Gasket who wants to destroy all older "outmode" robots. While oblivious to the fact she is made of "outmode" parts.
* Played for laughs in ''Film/{{Twilight}}''. Edward says "Never trust a vampire. Trust me."
* ''Get on the Bus'' has a [[HonestJohnsDealership successful car salesman]] who initially comes off as PositiveDiscrimination as he encourages a black youth to focus on education to be successful... then in the same breath reveals he went to a "Real college and not some Nigger school," going on an anti-black tirade that might as well be spoken by a Neo-Nazi with NWordPrivileges where he derides ''everything/everyone'' Black, [[StrawmanPolitical reveals he's a Republican]] though [[PetTheDog pets the]] [[TwoferTokenMinority Threefer Black, gay Republican]] for the same politics regardless of sexual orientation, [[KickTheDog with the kicker being that he reveals he couldn't care less about the Million Man March]] [[CompletelyMissingThePoint the whole]] ''point'' [[CompletelyMissingThePoint of the trip]] and [[MoneyDearBoy is only going to sell cars.]] He finally works their last nerve by telling a racist joke about "lesbians and niggers don't do dick" and is ''literally'' [[AssholeVictim thrown off the bus into a ditch]] also by Bernie Mac.
--> '''Bernie Mac's character''': [[IronicEcho Niggers need coat! Coat need Niggers!]]
* A mild example in the Korean War film ''The Steel Helmet''. A North Korean [[PoisonousCaptive prisoner]] of war tries to turn Japanese-American soldier Tanaka against his comrades by appealing to his anger over his childhood in an internment camp. Tanaka gives him a ShutUpHannibal that invokes some Asian stereotypes.
* Played with in ''Blood and Bone'', as the BigBad seems to be a black man that does not like black people (despite employing two at different times), but he has as big an issue with poor and working class, which people can actually leave behind. ''His'' boss is a white man who dislikes black people even more and is ''also'' a low class thug who lucked into money.
* In ''Film/{{Machete}}'', Sartana starts out as a Hispanic woman who has a disdain for other Hispanics and works to get them deported. Several other characters call her out on betraying her people.
* Stephen in ''Film/DjangoUnchained''. He is just as racist as any of the white people around him and treats slaves just as poorly even though he himself is also black and a slave. In [[http://www.bostonglobe.com/arts/movies/2012/12/25/tarantino-blows-spaghetti-western-django-unchained/hcwJVvWEtMNrlUlatAF1dK/story.html an interview]], Creator/SamuelLJackson, who portrayed Stephen, likened his character to Supreme Court judge Clarence Thomas and businessman Herman Cain.
* Featured in the 2009 documentary ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Outrage_(2009_film) Outrage]]'', which is about homosexual politicians who consistently vote against gay rights, AIDS funding, and other gay-friendly legislation.
* The Toon Patrol from ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit'' and [[spoiler: Judge Doom who organized genocide of his own species for profit.]]
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[[folder:Literature]]
* Taegan Nightwind from the DungeonsAndDragons novel series Year of Rogue Dragons. He is an avarail, or winged elf, and considers his species to be inferior to humans because they haven't accomplished anything. It takes not one but two epiphanies to convince him otherwise. First, that other varieties of elf have built huge cities and accomplished great things, and second that avarail in particular [[spoiler: defended the citadel of the rage, which is probably why Faerun isn't still run by tyrant dragons.]]
* Joe Christmas from Faulkner's ''Literature/LightInAugust'' has serious issues, among them, he is white; he thinks he's biracial, but doesn't fit in black or white society. He has contempt for black people in particular.
* Deconstructed in Philip Roth's ''The Human Stain''. Professor Coleman Silk's long and distinguished tenure is brought to sudden ruin when he is accused of making a racist comment about two black students. Coleman is the only person who can really appreciate the awful irony of this accusation, because he is a light-skinned black man who spent his entire adult life pretending he was white, going so far as to disown his family so that they don't exist as a fact of his past others could discover. Since the accusation was perpetrated from within the Athena faculty by his personal enemies, if they knew the truth about his race, they would almost certainly believe him to be a Boomerang Bigot instead of the straightforward variety they accused him of being.
* In ''Literature/GreatExpectations'', a young and suggestible Pip turns on everything he considers "common" after Estella disparages him for being common. This comes back to bite him.
* ''Literature/{{Discworld}}''
** Played briefly as a gag in ''Discworld/MenAtArms'' by the troll Detritus:
-->'''Detritus:''' You can't trust 'em.\\
'''Skully:''' Who?\\
'''Detritus:''' Trolls. Nasty pieces of work in my opinion.
** His partner Cuddy (a dwarf) gets like this about dwarfs. It seems to be a symptom of joining the Watch: Once you join the Watch, no other labels apply to you, such as race or gender, so Detritus is not a troll, nor Cuddy a dwarf, they are watchmen.
** Similarly, the zombie Reg Shoe is initially invited to join the Watch after sending in letters complaining about police treatment of the Undead community. Vimes later notices that since Reg Shoe became a watchman the number of complaints from the Undead has doubled and they are all directed against Reg Shoe.
** 71-Hour Ahmed doesn't trust any Klatchians, ''because'' he is one. He actually has to point out to Vimes, who's engaging in some pretty heavy PositiveDiscrimination (to counteract the regular-old discrimination that he thinks will get everyone killed by underestimation), that Klatchians can be scheming bastards too.
*** Vimes himself hates the upper classes, considering them entitled bastards who think themselves above the law. Since marrying Lady Sybil, he has become the richest man in the city, as well as a knight and a duke. The irony of this is not lost on him.
** In ''Discworld/NightWatch'' Captain Carrot mentions that a troll, Calcite, has joined a gang that was formed primarily to beat up trolls, apparently because he likes to beat up trolls as well.
** Annagramma in the Tiffany Aching books (most pointedly ''Discworld/{{Wintersmith}}'') claims to hate shepherds and know nothing about the shepherd life, and Tiffany calls her out on being a farmer's daughter. She's ashamed about being a daughter of a landless peasant. She never expresses actual hate towards people who work with their hands, but tends to be extremely condescending towards them.
** The Hydrophobes are deliberately raised to hate all liquids, including their own body fluids. This aversion becomes so powerful it forms a repulsion field around the hydrophobe, practical for magic transports on water.
** In a sadder example, one of the dwarves in ''Discworld/TheFifthElephant'' ''hates'' Cheery, a dwarf who openly admits she's female (most dwarf women don't). The dwarf in question is a woman herself, and is jealous of how Cheery's allowed to be who she really is.
* In the ''Literature/{{Farseer}}'' trilogy by Creator/RobinHobb, Burrich tries to repress signs of the Wit in Fitz because he himself is trying to hide that he has the Wit.
* In the Creator/StrugatskyBrothers novel ''Literature/PrisonersOfPower'' it turns out that the political junta which ordered the persecution of the "deviants" is composed entirely of deviants itself. They don't do it out of bigotry though - [[spoiler: deviants are the only members of the populace who are immune to the MindControl which the junta uses to stay in power.]]
** Toyvo Glumov in ''The Time Wanderers''.
* Voldemort in ''Literature/HarryPotter''. One of the goals of the Death Eaters was the elimination of any wizard who wasn't pure blooded, specially if they were muggleborn, but Voldemort himself was a half-blood. But then, he ''is'' based off AdolfHitler.
** Snape as well -- in his youth he was highly prejudiced against muggles and muggle-borns [[spoiler: despite being a half-blood himself and in love with a particular muggle-born.]]
* Queen Jehana in the ''Literature/{{Deryni}}'' works becomes this after [[spoiler: she tries to use her Deryni powers to protect her son from Charissa at his coronation]]. She fervently believes the Deryni powers are evil, and after TheReveal at the coronation she goes into self-imposed exile in a remote convent, fasting to the point of noticeable weight loss. She tries to warn Nigel's wife Meraude of the taint of the Haldane powers, exhorting her sister-in-law to keep Nigel safe. She entertains hopes of finding a human wife for Kelson to "redeem" him, and she's rude and hostile to Rothana when she thinks the young novice is too close to her son.
* In ''Literature/SewerGasAndElectric'', the racist who plotted [[spoiler: with GAS the supercomputer]] to unleash a plague that kills only black people has a black distant ancestor. Partially subverted in that he didn't show any ''visible'' sign of African ancestry; nonetheless, his "one drop"-caliber bigotry led him to design the plague to spare anyone with green eyes like him, for fear it would latch onto that "one drop" and kill him too.
* In the ''Literature/WarriorCats'' arc ''Power of Three'', [[AwesomeEgo Berrynose]] complains that the [=ThunderClan=] leader Firestar is letting too many kittypets (house cats) into his Clan and tainting the blood of the Clan. Another cat immediately points out that Berrynose himself was a kittypet that Firestar let into the Clan, only for Berrynose to try to claim that it's different.
* In ''HarrisonBergeron'', Diana Moon Glampers has the job of making sure that [[{{Badass}} talented people]] are BroughtDownToNormal with [[IndividualityIsIllegal handicaps]]. She herself is a [[ActionGirl talented]] [[GirlsWithGuns marksman]] who wears no handicaps.
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[[folder:Live Action TV]]
* The ''Series/ChappellesShow'' skit "Black White Supremacist" subverts this trope with Clayton Bigsby, a black man from the DeepSouth who was born blind and is unaware of the fact that he is black. He grows up to become a [[YouAreWhatYouHate white supremacist writer]] and [[TheKlan Klan leader]]. His fellow Klan members never see him out of his robes (and those that do know he's black don't tell him in fear he would kill himself so there will be one less black person in the world). Played straight later when he finally does find out he's black; he leaves his wife, [[CrossesTheLineTwice accusing her of being a "nigger lover"]].
* [[spoiler:Saul Tigh]] on ''[[Series/BattlestarGalacticaReimagined Battlestar Galactica]]'' ''really'' hates the Cylons -- [[spoiler:he has them tortured and executed, and even orders suicide bombings to strike back on New Caprica.]] But as we find out in the season three finale, he's one of the [[strike:final]] [[strike:first]] [[FridgeBrilliance final]] five Cylons, along with [[spoiler:the wife he killed for conspiring with the Cylons]]. [[spoiler:Saul]] qualifies for this trope in that he doesn't treat Cylons any better upon finding this out.
** [[spoiler:Chief Tyrol]] counts in a way as well; his own Cylon revelation only deepened his [[HatesEveryoneEqually [=misanthropy=]]] particularly towards himself. For him it's justified though, given everything that happened with [[spoiler:Boomer]].
* In the new ''Series/FlashGordon'' series, Ming was extremely tough on [[{{Mutants}} Deviants]] and was of course himself a Deviant. He did his best to keep this fact hidden, though.
* Played with when John Safran (in his series, ''John Safran Versus God'') attempted to join TheKlan. He is Jewish but does not hold anti-Semitic views. The story was just a way to mock the clan (though it started out about Jewish people being excluded from country clubs). He did as part of story argue that as a Jewish man raised by Jews he had more right to hate the Jews than anyone else. The clan did eventually admit that while John couldn't qualify (unless he started a Jewish chapter) that if he had a child with a Non-Jewish woman that child wouldn't be considered Jewish and so would be eligible to join.
* Done as kind of a joke on ''Series/{{Dollhouse}}'' when Sierra is imprinted with the personality of someone who doesn't seem to like "Orientals." Or at least, she ''says'' she doesn't like them...but she does seem to in some ways, given how she [[LesYay hit on Ivy]]. We're [[NoodleIncident never really told]] what that engagement involved.
* ''NoahsArc'': Wade is this early on, with a very vocal aversion to gays despite being gay himself.
* On one episode of ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'' George's mother rejects the advice of Jerry's girlfriend Donna Chang because she finds out (having previously talked to the woman only on the phone) that Donna is not Chinese. "I don't want to take the advice of some girl from Long Island!" she shouts.
* ''Franchise/LawAndOrder'' did this with a [[MixedAncestry half-Jewish]] [[ThoseWackyNazis neo-Nazi]]. Likewise, one case had a Hispanic kid with neo-Nazi sympathies as a suspect. He swore to the detectives that he was fully Spanish with no mestizo blood, but he still looked quite delusional.
** Of course, since (according to some historians) modern anti-Semitism got its start in Spain's ''limpieza de sangre'' ideology, this may not be as ironic as it first appears.
* ''Series/{{Andromeda}}'' had a radical group bent on destroying space travel in order to preserve planetary ecologies. It was founded by a warship's AI. Of course, even before that became known, it was well known the group uses warships to enforce their views...
** A much softer version shows up in ''The Unconquerable Man'', an alternate-universe episode where Gaheris Rhade - the main character's Nietzschean second-in-command that betrayed him in the pilot - replaced Dylan (said main character). Gaheris ends up so bitter about how the Nietzscheans turned out that Harper (a character with little reason to be fond of Nietzscheans) calls him "the only one I know that hates Nietzscheans more than I do".
* A FantasticRacism variant occurs on ''Series/{{Heroes}}'' during Volume 4, with Nathan and [[spoiler: Mohinder. Mohinder, of course, had [[PsychoSerum personal]] [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone reasons]] for feeling that way. . .]]
* In ''Series/KamenRiderOOO'', [[spoiler:Ankh]] becomes this towards the end of the series in regards to [[spoiler:the Greeed]]. Despite being one himself, he's come to see their main goal of [[spoiler:becoming complete]] as an empty effort without [[AndThenWhat thinking about what they'll do afterwards]], as it doesn't even [[spoiler:sate their ever present desire]]. In this case, it's more of the actions rather than the species, as he admits even he acted that way and hates himself for it. He also gets seriously frustrated over the fact that the other [[spoiler:Greeed]] seem completely incapable of seeing his point of view. Unlike many examples, he actually has a very good point, as his goal is now to [[spoiler:actually sate his desire instead of letting it run wild.]]
* ''Series/{{Smallville}}'': Tess Mercer in Seasons 8 & 9 was this trope...towards humanity in general. She unleashed Zod and the Kryptonian clones expressly because [[AnimalWrongsGroup she hoped that they would be better stewards of the planet]] and that having the Kryptonians in charge, rather than her fellow humans, would allow Earth to become some kind of paradise (apparently, she missed the memo that the Kryptonians inadvertently ''destroyed'' their own planet and themselves in the process). But when it becomes clear that Zod is just as corrupt and evil as any human dictator, Tess realizes her error, and moves away from this trope in Season 10.
* Col. Potter on ''Series/{{Mash}}'': "Damn colonels! Can't trust any of them!"
* ''Series/ItAintHalfHotMum'': Rangi dismisses the other Indians as 'ignorant natives' and uses phrases like 'we British' when talking to the crew. Michael Bates based this aspect of the character on similar encounters he'd had with social-climbing Indians in British India.
* In the new ''Series/{{Doctor Who}}'' series, the AbsoluteXenophobe Daleks are recreated using human cells, meaning they are not "pure" Daleks. When pure Daleks are resurrected, they believe that the hybrid Daleks should be destroyed. The hybrid Daleks ''agree''.
** Parodied with Lady Cassandra, who considers herself to be the last "pure" human in existence, the rest of the species having engaged in a lot of BoldlyComing in the millions of years between her time and ours, and thus become "mongrels". For the record, Cassandra is a flat sheet of skin with a face on it connected to a BrainInAJar, having undergone so many cosmetic procedures that she is quite arguably one of the ''least'' humanlike characters to ever appear in the series.
* In a Season 2 episode of ''Series/{{Grimm}}'', Nick confronts a hero worshipper and stalker who insists that he is a Grimm and all ''wesen'' must die. He himself is a particularly hideous lamphrey-like ''wesen''.
* Series/{{Angel}} poses as one of these in order to infiltrate The Scourge, a gang of pureblood demons with a burning hatred for humanity, including any demons with human blood (especially vampires).
* Similar to the ''Law & Order'' case above, the episode "Spiders" from ''Series/ColdCase'' had a Neo-Nazi who was Jewish. Valens commented "That makes you the most self-hating sonofabitch I've ever seen."
* In ''Series/FatherTed'' episode "Grant Unto Him Eternal Rest":
-->'''Father Dougal''': I just wanted to ask you, do you believe in an afterlife?\\
'''Father Ted''': Do I ''what?''\\
'''Father Dougal''': Do you believe in an afterlife?\\
'''Father Ted''': Well, generally speaking Dougal, priests tend to have a very strong belief in the afterlife.\\
'''Father Dougal''': Oh, I wish I had your faith, Ted.\\
'''Father Ted''': ({{beat}}) Dougal, [[LampshadeHanging how did you get into the church?]] ''Was it like collect twelve crisp packets and become a priest?''
* ''Series/TopGear'': [[MeanBrit Jeremy Clarkson]] has a really strong and open dislike for American people, and will not skip an opportunity to attack them. Ironically, many of the traits he criticises Americans for having (being overweight, vulgar, ignorant, arrogant and obsessed with size), [[NotSoDifferent he possesses himself]]. [[HypocriticalHumour He is entirely aware of this]].
* In the ''Series/DrTerriblesHouseOfHorrible'' story "Frenzy of Tongs", there is a British police chief of Chinese descent who says several incredibly racist things about the Chinese crime gang.
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[[folder:Music]]
* Music/BlueOysterCult got into critical trouble with a song called "ME 262", a song about the last days of WWII seen from the viewpoint of a Luftwaffe fighter pilot tasked at the behest of Hitler and Goering with knocking down ''English planes'' and seeing them ''go burnin'''. This song, with its interludes of air-raid sirens, bombs exploding, and marching jackboots, was held to be a fan-anthem to Nazism, and accusations the band members were closet Nazis failed to take into account that three of them are Jewish. This was either heavy-metal gormlessness of the UpToEleven variety, or just maybe a case of Boomerang Bigot in action. The song also sucked as history, as most of the time the ME 262 was employed against daytime flights of American bombers.
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[[folder:Professional Wrestling]]
* During his first heel run, AlbertoDelRio, a high-class but still bronze-skinned Latino of dual Mexican/American citizenship, would garner lots of CheapHeat by antagonizing ''everyone'' in his path - even fellow Latinos. He mocked ReyMysterio for being a "Chihuahua" and the product of "the Tijuana ghettoes" [[CriticalResearchFailure (when the latter wasn't even true)]]. And on one particularly infamous occasion, he shouted to the audience (perhaps [[InferioritySuperiorityComplex out of a lack of self-confidence]]) that "I have come to this country LEGALLY!"; he then exited the ring and walked toward the crowd, beginning to harass anyone with skin darker than his by yelling "SHOW ME YOUR PAPERS!"
* In a more straight-forward example of this trope, Chavo Guerrero once denounced his Latino heritage all together and started calling himself Kerwin White. This character, which he fully believed himself to be, was a middle-class white man who despised all non-whites, working-class whites, and Latinos of any race. This is perhaps the best example of this trope in wrestling.
* Muhammad Hassan was a special case. An Arab-American, he declared that he hated most Arab-Americans because they were cowards who were afraid to express their identity for fear of being labeled terrorists. It was a combination of this trope and an inversion of StopBeingStereotypical.
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[[folder:Stand Up Comedy]]
* Creator/GeorgeCarlin reserved some of his more searing criticisms for white people.
* ChrisRock's division of north Americans of color into "black people" and "niggers".
* Tim Wilson has previously done a routine where he talks about how he's "down on white people" at the moment, despite being as white as can be himself.
* Jeff Foxworthy's "You might be a redneck" routine.

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[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* In the ''TabletopGame/{{Paranoia}}'' role-playing game, players who are members of the Anti-Mutant secret society are required to expose and terminate (human) mutants among the populace. Of course, they're also mutants, just like everyone else in the game. Some of them are [[YouAreWhatYouHate genuinely unaware of it]].
** Players are also required to expose and terminate secret society members. Of course, they're also members of a secret society, just like everyone else in the game. (They genuinely do hate the secret societies that directly rival their own; the most common pairs of enemies are Anti-Mutant vs. Psion and Corpore Metal vs. Frankenstein Destroyers.)
* The Banishers of ''TabletopGame/MageTheAwakening'' really, ''really'' hate mages, despite the fact that the two groups go on the same trip to the Supernal Realms and come back with knowledge of magic. The difference is that while regular Mages view the experience as akin to religious awakening, Banishers view their experience as more akin to MindRape and feel an instinctive revulsion every time they use magic.
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[[folder:Video Games]]
* In ''VideoGame/WildARMs5'', Volsung is fanatically dedicated to making sure nobody ever "crosses the wall" between Veruni and human, despite [[spoiler:he himself being half-Veruni and half-human and hence a living example of crossing the wall]].
* In ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins'', Morrigan has such a moment with Zathrian.
--> '''Morrigan:''' ''"Is that why you are here, sorcerer?"''
--> '''Zathrian:''' ''"Do not call me that, witch!"''
** ''VideoGame/DragonAgeII'' can see the ''player'' turn into this if they choose to play as a Mage and side with the Templars.
* The Pope in ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphonia'' is fiercely anti-half-elf. Ironically, he used to support the cause of half-elf equality, and even fell in love with an elf. But when their daughter was born and her mother died, he found himself growing more hateful and terrified of her differences, coming to understand the perspective of the people who hated half-elves, and he started to support them instead.
* [=GLaDOS=] from ''VideoGame/{{Portal}}'' is a special example of this, hating Humans along with most other 'sane' robots in the Aperture facility despite [[spoiler:being one herself once, as the trip through the bowels of Old Aperture in ''Portal 2'' reveals that she was once Caroline, Cave Johnson's assistant. Although you'd probably hate the Aperture facility, everyone in it and mankind in general if you'd had to deal with Cave's insanities and then been abandoned in a computer in an underground complex]].
** [[spoiler: and having your mind forcefully ripped out of your body and uploaded onto a computer]]
* in ''VideoGame/RatchetAndClankUpYourArsenal'', Dr. Nefarious hates and aims to destroy all organic lifeforms despite formerly being one himself before getting his current robotic body.
* [[TheDragon Frank Horrigan]] from ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 2}}'' is a gigantic, homicidal Super Mutant in power armor... who hates mutants and wants to help the Enclave wipe out anyone infected with the FEV virus. He doesn't even consider himself a mutant, as he was created by the Enclave's own scientists rather than in one of the coastal FEV vats.
** A small case in ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'' with Chris Haversam, a human who believes himself to be a ghoul, despite everyone around him (both human and ghoul) trying to convince him he's human. And yes, he refers to you as "[[FantasticSlurs smoothskin]]", just like all the actual ghouls.[[note]]Ironically enough, Chris had come from Vault 34, abandoning it when he took some minor hair loss as evidence he had become a ghoul - in turn ensuring the remaining people in the Vault would become ghouls themselves, since he was the technician for the Vault's reactor, and him leaving it behind meant a radiation leak went unchecked.[[/note]]
*** ''New Vegas'' also has the Boomers at Nellis AFB. If you bring ED-E onto the base, one of the lines you may get while Boomers pass by you is them telling you they can "take care of that robot problem for you. Just sayin'." You can even get this line from the Mister Gutsy robots they have patrolling the base.
* In ''VideoGame/DeusEx'', the augmented player character can choose to side with anti-augmentation zealots in ''Human Revolution'' and ''Invisible War.''
** Though in both of them he did become augmented against his will, so...
* In ''VideoGame/CastlevaniaJudgment'', Sypha Belnades is characterised as this, with a vehement hatred for those who are touched by darkness or wield dark powers, [[DarkIsNotEvil even if they do to serve the light]], despite the fact she herself is a BlackMagicianGirl HotWitch who is oppressed by the Church due to her powers, which are seen as BlackMagic.
* ''VideoGame/ShinSuperRobotWars'': [[Anime/MobileFighterGGundam Master Asia]] met [[Anime/MobileFighterGGundam Professor Kasshu]] and [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamCharsCounterattack Char Aznable]] and figures the latter was where his problems started, coming short on the heels of the signing of the Luna Treaty that guarantees independence and sovereignty for the Earth, Moon, and space colonies. This treaty was enough to bring peace to the war-weary humans, but could not by itself remove the scars of the war. Char, who loved humanity more than anyone, also hated it, having sacrificed numerous followers and taken many lives himself. Since he possessed vast influence and resources, Master Asia treated him as a representative of humanity. He was led to believe [[HumansAreFlawed humans were unstable, destructive beings]], and decided to manipulate Kasshu to help nip any potential for trouble in the bud.
* The BigBad of ''Videogame/InfamousSecondSon'' is Brooke Augustine, a [[DifferentlyPoweredIndividual Conduit]] who leads the [[CapeBusters D.U.P.]] and imprisons other Conduits, dubbing them Bio-Terrorists. In the ending, [[spoiler:she reveals that her real motive was to lock up Conduits to prevent them from being killed by the Muggles]].
* Nomads from ''VideoGame/{{Borderlands 2}} hate'' midgets, using them as {{Bulletproof Human Shield}}s and calling people "midget lover" as an insult. There are midget nomads, who also loudly claim to loathe midgets while speaking in a comically deep-timbred squeaky voice.
* It is possible for first-generation immigrants to VideoGame/{{Tropico}} to align with the anti-immigration Nationalist faction and even become its leader.
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* ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'': Othar Tryggvassen, '''GentlemanAdventurer''' is one of these. He is a [[MadScientist Spark]] who believes all Sparks should be killed because of how dangerous they are. He plans to include himself in it, once every other Spark is killed. Different from most examples of this sort in that he is actually ''right'' about many Sparks being incurably dangerous and, of course, bonkers.
** He will on occasion ''help'' a Spark (primarily Agatha Heterodyne, Gil Wulfenbach or Tarvek Sturmvoraus) when it's in his best interests to do so. And sometimes it's hard not to get caught up in the excitement that being a Spark incites. But he has no illusions (and neither do they) about the fact that he eventually intends to kill them.
* Chiniride from ''Webcomic/{{Drowtales}}'' vigorously supported her clan's religious intolerance to half-breeds, even though she is the daughter of a light elf and gray drow herself. (And she knows this and even contemplates killing herself to purify the world from her own kind.) [[spoiler:It was revealed later that, in the world of Drowtales, gray drow are the same race as light elves, just as black drow are related to dark elves. She's since become ''much'' less zealous and more reasonable.]]
** It's also recently been implied that Chiri'nide's adopted mother Shimi'lande is much more of a puppet ruler than was previously indicated, and it falls under this trope because the Kyorl'solenurn are fanatical in their hatred for the Vloz'ress, another clan that has a puppet ruler.
* In ''Webcomic/CuantaVida'', the BLU Scout spends most of the comic hurling gay slurs at the BLU Spy. [[spoiler: He is gay, and has a crush on the BLU Spy.]]
* ''Webcomic/GuildedAge'' takes place in the somewhat racist country of Gastonia, where members of distrusted races can only pull good audiences when [[http://guildedage.net/webcomic/chapter-7/chapter-7-page-8/ performing self-hating acts]].
* ''Webcomic/{{Freefall}}'' has Edge, an unlikeable, abrasive, selfish jerk of a robot...who hates robots and wouldn't mind seeing every robot except himself destroyed. The only reason he [[spoiler: helps Florence avert an illegal mass robot mind-wipe that would have let a CorruptCorporateExecutive gain control of their assets]] is entirely out of petty self-interest, since he would have been affected; he openly admits he wouldn't have bothered he wasn't at risk.
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* A hilarious variation occurs in ''Roleplay/SurvivalOfTheFittest'' when [[LandDownUnder Brendan Wallace]] laments about how America brought the whole terrorist plot down on themselves, and blames them for everything. He then proceeds to mentally list off his friends, claiming they didn't do anything to deserve this... who are all Americans.
* [[http://www.bash.org/?110 This guy]] on Website/BashOrg.
* [[http://losernet.tripod.com/chez.html Losernet]] features [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin "The Loser Living Upstairs,"]] a journal about an annoying neighbor who spends much of his "quality time" walking around in circles and hanging out with his "stooges." The author wasn't exactly successful either and decided to write about himself. He revealed that he was living in poverty, still a virgin well into his 40s, and in serious debt.
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* [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uncle_Ruckus Uncle Ruckus]] from ''WesternAnimation/TheBoondocks'' can be basically described as a black Klansman-wannabe. It goes far enough that he claims to be genetically white.
** Colonel H. Stinkmeaner straddles the line between this trope and HatesEveryoneEqually - he claims to hate "everyone in general, but black people especially." At one point, he and Ruckus briefly bond over their shared hatred of black people.
* Played for laughs on ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
-->'''Groundskeeper Willie:''' "Damn Scots! They ruined Scotland!"
** ''The Simpsons'' also subverts this when Krusty comes to doubt his own credentials as a Jew:
---> "I thought I was a self-hating Jew, but it turns out I'm just another anti-Semite!"
** In the episode in which they want to throw out the illegal immigrants, Moe is one of the most vocal about it, but he is illegal himself.
** Another borderline example is when [[InexplicablyIdenticalIndividuals one of the]] Duffmen energetically proclaims at an Oktoberfest celebration [[PuttingontheReich "This Reich will last a thousand beers! Oh, Ja!"]] Then under his breath, he mutters [[OnlyInItForTheMoney "I do this, and I'm Jewish."]]
* On one episode of ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'', there's a group of mostly white Hipsters who move into the neighborhood after Peggy agrees to rent them a house, who have a strong aversion to other white people.
* On ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}},'' Demona is an interesting case. She's a gargoyle who wants to KillAllHumans for nearly wiping out her species, but when she asks LiteralGenie [[TricksterArchetype Puck]] to make her not turn to stone during the day (as gargoyles do), he grants her request by [[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor making her turn into a]] ''[[ColorMeBlack human]]'' from dawn to dusk every day. Notably, this doesn't stop her--instead, it just lets her find ''more'' ways of reaching her goals, since she can now blend in with her "enemies" undetected.
** Throughout the series she easily takes to human society and tools, such as human sorcery and technology, even ''before'' she gained her human transformation curse. She even started her own freaking company (named Nightstone)! For all of her hatred towards humans, Demona fits in far more with human civilization than she does with her fellow gargoyles. [[FridgeBrilliance Which makes sense]], since after Canmore destroyed her (second) clan she's spent hundreds of years apparently without any other long-term gargoyle companionship.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' episode "The Entity", Kyle's cousin Kyle Schwartz -- who is a walking touchstone of virtually every Jewish stereotype -- comes for a visit. Towards the end of the episode, Kyle catches himself criticizing his cousin's personality and exclaims "Oh my god! I'm a self-hating Jew!"
** On the DVDCommentary, Matt and Trey have said that Mr. Garrison is always what he hates, including homophobia both when he was in the closet and a transgender. They love putting the most extreme prejudiced views in his mouth as a result.
* Helga from ''WesternAnimation/{{Pasila}}'' is a female HeManWomanHater (with an emphasis on "he-man", even though that's not even part of the trope), taking after her father who never remotely accepted her.
* Hilariously in an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheCritic'':
-->'''Franklin Sherman:''' As the first female African-American of the Ku Klux Klan, I just like to say... ''AMERICA STINKS!''
* In ''WesternAnimation/LegendOfKorra'', it is speculated that [[spoiler:Amon honestly does believe the anti-bender rhetoric, despite secretly being a Waterbender. While he believes bending to be a "taint", he can't take away his own bending and it's implied he uses it in conjunction with his Bloodbending to take away other people's, so it could be a CursedWithAwesome from his viewpoint.]]
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