There's something you should know. Jesus takes it personally.
There was a Jewish zealot named Saul, who thought it was his religious obligation to terrorize Christians (can you relate?). One day, on his way to Damascus to capture (or worse) some Christians, he was overpowered by a bright light from heaven and fell to the ground. He heard a voice saying, "Saul, Saul, why are you persecuting Me"? Saul asked who his questioner was. The answer came, "I am Jesus, Whom you are persecuting." Saul followed with one of the most complete and rapid attitude changes ever made by man. "Lord, what do you want me to do?"
You can read the rest of the story in Acts chapter 9. That's in the Bible, by the way. Maybe you've avoided reading the Bible because your religious instructors have taught you that it has been corrupted. Piece of free advice: don't bet your life (or your eternity) on that.
But why did Jesus say what He said? Why didn't He rather say, "Why are you persecuting my church?" instead of "Why are you persecuting Me?" Answer: because He takes it personally. The church is His body, and every assault on its members is keenly felt by Him.
Jesus doesn't hate you. In fact, He loves you. But know surely that He hates what you do, and He hates whatever flawed ideology seemingly entitles you to destroy the believers He holds so precious. Still it's not too late. You can abandon your brutality, embrace Christ, and become someone significant in His Kingdom. The choice is yours. What you decide to do will not be done in a vacuum, because the One to Whom you must someday answer is watching closely, and He takes it all very personally.