If you want to express hate about someone that passed away, how would you say that?
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There's also "rest in pieces."
There are a range of curses which would express such a sentiment, partly affected by religious belief, so "be reincarnated as a cockroach" might be suitable for those who think such a thing is possible.
The most common Christian antonym is probably "burn in hell", particularly in opposition to the modern prayer: "May they rest in peace, and rise in glory" which is replacing the older "Rest eternal grant unto them O Lord and may light perpetual shine upon them"
"Good riddance"? There are an awful lot of ways you could express that sentiment.
"Pissing on their grave" or "Dancing on their grave" always resonated with me...
In the early 19th century, the death of Britain's King George IV didn't get much sympathy. The following verse circulated:
George the First was always reckoned
Vile, but viler George the Second
And what mortal ever heard
Any good of George the Third?
When from Earth the fourth descended
God be praised, the Georges ended.
– Walter Savage Landor, 1775–1864
Actually there were two more in the 20th century, both quite decent and popular.