If we have to say something like the following, would you please correct the two sentences below?
Given that we hope something:
- What we hope: we will be free from certain people.
- Which people: those who are really bad-tempered or ill-tempered, implied a negative personality, and we hate them. And, we don't want them to exist in our society. They would be quickly angry and so on.
It must be remembered by that I mean those people whom we hate them just for their manners or bad tempers, not just their self. They might be considered good people but their manners are very bad as I have said above.
I hope the society will be rooted out of them
I hope they will be wiped off the face of earth from the society.