The above is the definition of persecute. Paul said that Jesus asked him why he (Paul) persecutes him (Jesus). The meaning of words have consequences. Why would Jesus say that Paul was persecuting him? That is more than enough evidence that Paul hates Jesus. But there are more evidence. Paul has all Christians paying even less attention to the commands than Jesus did. Jesus was very particular in following the commands and even fought vociferously with his contemporaries when he thought they were not giving enough attention to the commands. He even told the man that if he wants eternal life, he should follow the commands. Every religious leader work diligently to train their followers to follow their belief system and all Paul did was completely destroy everything that Jesus stood for. Imagine spending all your resources building a house and someone comes around and light it afire. That is evidence of hatred for that person who dedicated all their resources into building that house. Now there are many other evidence but those examples are more than reasonable.
Galatians was written by Paul and it totally contradict what Jesus believed in. Acts, Hebrews and Timothy are all written by Paul so what is the use. The reality is that Jesus knew nothing about grace when he walked this world. He knew about works and he lived strictly by works. Either Jesus is real and Paul's doctrine about grace is false or Paul's doctrine about grace is real and Jesus is false but they both cannot be real.