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Old 08-19-2007, 09:06 PM
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Old 08-25-2007, 10:42 PM
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"Thoughts on J.K. Rowling and Harry Potter


Any?"


just like BA said , it's satanic. it's brainwashing.

and the dumb uninformed moms are gobbling it up and feeding it to the poor kids like the "sheeple" are expected to. they have no idea what they bought into, nor what the ugly outcome will be.
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Old 08-26-2007, 12:06 PM
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"Thoughts on J.K. Rowling and Harry Potter


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just like BA said , it's satanic. it's brainwashing.

and the dumb uninformed moms are gobbling it up and feeding it to the poor kids like the "sheeple" are expected to. they have no idea what they bought into, nor what the ugly outcome will be.
What will the outcome be? Probably more "goth" kids roaming around like zombies. And BA did'nt say it was satanic, I did.
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Old 09-01-2007, 07:24 PM
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redrat said;

"What will the outcome be? Probably more "goth" kids roaming around like zombies. And BA did'nt say it was satanic, I did."

yeah , more goth , but more dopes buying into satan , disguised as wizardry.

this is a spiritual war. I'd say that jk was a conduit for demons , she probably channeled the books and I'll bet don't even know it.

and ok on the satanic quote , sorry.
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Old 10-21-2007, 03:40 PM
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yes maam, your the best. please continue to write about the Mind Control within the Music Industry, I support your efforts to inform us. although It may not seem that way, i understand your point of view, it's when you think I'm someone else, where we have a concern. Good Day.
It was you who pronounced that you were Bruce Springsteen.

You know this and I know this and so does everyone else who reads this site.

I have never referred to you as anyone other than your username, RedRat.

So, why are you lying?
Ok BA, Will you, or can you accept my apology? I will try to be more considerate toward you in the future, If I caused you agitation, or anger, then I'm sorry. However you think about my postings is fine with me.


YOU SEE BA, I'm always right, you and the NWO are wrong. She always was a SATANIC BITCH.



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Old 10-22-2007, 06:54 PM
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Inasmuch as I am the author of this thread and questioned J.K. Rowling's rise to fortune and fame and, at the same time, asked for the opinion of others, I have NO IDEA why you comment as you do!

Of course, she's a NWO operative.

It couldn't be more obvious.

Could be that children incarcerated in mind control programs are now being PROGRAMMED to her books.

Perhaps, the old Wizard of Oz, Alice In Wonderland and Peter Pan are too outdated for the new generation of children, as well.

There has to be a tie-in somewhere to her books and the other methods used on children who are not directly incarcerated in mind control programs.

I'm almost certain she is not the only author of these books.

Introducing a gay character.

How nice!

Social programming at its' finest and targeted at our youngsters.
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Old 10-22-2007, 08:13 PM
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Inasmuch as I am the author of this thread and questioned J.K. Rowling's rise to fortune and fame and, at the same time, asked for the opinion of others, I have NO IDEA why you comment as you do!

Of course, she's a NWO operative.

It couldn't be more obvious.

Could be that children incarcerated in mind control programs are now being PROGRAMMED to her books.

Perhaps, the old Wizard of Oz, Alice In Wonderland and Peter Pan are too outdated for the new generation of children, as well.

There has to be a tie-in somewhere to her books and the other methods used on children who are not directly incarcerated in mind control programs.

>>>>>>>>>I'm almost certain she is not the only author of these books.<<<<<<<<<<<

Introducing a gay character.

How nice!

Social programming at its' finest and targeted at our youngsters.

Yuo would be Correct in Assuming that she did not Author those books by herself.




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Old 10-22-2007, 08:43 PM
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Maybe a transfusion would help.

By HILLEL ITALIE, AP National Writer
Sun Oct 21, 2:06 PM ET

NEW YORK - With author J.K. Rowling's revelation that master wizard Albus Dumbledore is gay, some passages about the Hogwarts headmaster and rival wizard Gellert Grindelwald have taken on a new and clearer meaning.

The British author stunned her fans at Carnegie Hall on Friday night when she answered one young reader's question about Dumbledore by saying that he was gay and had been in love with Grindelwald, whom he had defeated years ago in a bitter fight.

'"You cannot imagine how his ideas caught me, Harry, inflamed me,'" Dumbledore says in "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows," the seventh and final book in Rowling's record-breaking fantasy series.

The news brought gasps, then applause at Carnegie Hall, the last stop on Rowling's brief U.S. tour, and set off thousands of e-mails on Potter fan Web sites around the world. Some were dismayed, others indifferent, but most were supportive.

"Jo Rowling calling any Harry Potter character gay would make wonderful strides in tolerance toward homosexuality," Melissa Anelli, webmaster of the fan site http://www.the-leaky-cauldron.org, told The Associated Press. "By dubbing someone so respected, so talented and so kind, as someone who just happens to be also homosexual, she's reinforcing the idea that a person's gayness is not something of which they should be ashamed."

"'DUMBLEDORE IS GAY' is quite a headline to stumble upon on a Friday evening, and it's certainly not what I expected," added Potter fan Patrick Ross, of Rutherford, N.J. "(But) a gay character in the most popular series in the world is a big step for Jo Rowling and for gay rights."

Gellert Grindelwald was a dark wizard of great power, who terrorized people much in the same way Harry's nemesis, Lord Voldemort, was to do a generation later. Readers hear of him in the first book, "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone," in a reference to how Dumbledore defeated him. In "Deathly Hallows," readers learn they once had been best friends.

"Neither Dumbledore nor Grindelwald ever seems to have referred to this brief boyhood friendship in later life,'" Rowling writes. "However, there can be no doubt that Dumbledore delayed, for some five years of turmoil, fatalities, and disappearances, his attack upon Gellert Grindelwald. Was it lingering affection for the man or fear of exposure as his once best friend that caused Dumbledore to hesitate?"

As a young man, Dumbledore, brilliant and powerful, had been forced to return home to look after his mentally ill younger sister and younger brother. It was a task he admits to Harry that he resented, because it derailed the bright future he had been looking forward to.

Then Grindelwald, described by Rowling as "golden-haired, merry-faced," arrived after having been expelled from his own school. Grindelwald's aunt, Bathilda Bagshot, says of their meeting: "The boys took to each other at once." In a letter to Grindelwald, Dumbledore discusses their plans for gaining wizard dominance: "'(I)f you had not been expelled we would never have met.'"

Potter readers had speculated about Dumbledore, noting that he has no close relationship with women and a mysterious, troubled past.

"Falling in love can blind us to an extent," Rowling said Friday of Dumbledore's feelings about Grindelwald, adding that Dumbledore was "horribly, terribly let down."

Dumbledore's love, she observed, was his "great tragedy."

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Children look up to Rowlings as the author of their favorite FANTASY book series, and so, to reveal that one of the characters is GAY certainly helps promote the agenda of "social programming."

Seriously, did Rowlings just DECIDE THIS ON HER OWN as to the GAY character in her book?

Most probably not.

She is fulfilling a NWO agenda.

Any particular reason she needed to include this aspect?

Yes.

Conditioning children is most beneficial, of course, when they are young and millions have already been PROGRAMMED through her books.

Leading to acceptance/tolerance/adoption of the behavior itself.

We are products of our environment.

What surrounds us.

If children continue to be exposed to homosexuality, soft-core pornography, lesbianism, their physiological make-up is ultimately altered.

Is this not the road they want our children to travel on the way toward their creation of same sex families?

The break-down of heterosexual marriage and the ruination of male role (alpha) models.

Population control.

THE PORNIFICATION OF AMERICA/WORLD CONTINUES.

They desire the WE TOLERATE all that they dish out.

Enough is enough already!
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Old 10-23-2007, 08:31 AM
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Oh, please, people! Don't sit there and tell me you didn't know Dumbledore was Gay!

I mean, just look at him! That's the gayest wizard I've ever seen! He's queer as a three legged dog!

The only question people are really asking these days about the whole situation is who is more gay 1) Dumbledore or 2) Crowley.

At first I highly suspected that Crowley was probably far gayer. But now, understanding all the perved out freudian slips that Dumbledore was always dropping on Harry, I feel that Dumbledore might even be gayer and even have pedophile tendancies.

The only thing certain at this point is that Dumbledore is one big flamer! The rumours are that he needed the sorcorers stone because he had contracted HIV from Hagrid the year before Harry came to Hogwarts.

This is so gay...







Dumbledore feels so gay when he twirls his wand just the right way...

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Old 10-23-2007, 08:35 AM
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I'll tell you someone else whoese a big ol' gaywad...that's that little devilworshipper HARRY POTTER!

HAHAHA!! HARRY POTTER'S A HOMO!!!

Dumbledore wanted Harry to be in the Order of the Phoenix, but what the dirty old Prof didn't tell Harry was that it was really the Order of the Faggots.

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