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Harry Potter - Fighting AGAINST Evil Powers
• Posted by: Geoffrey Morrow
• Date: Thursday, November 28, 2002, at 7:19 p.m.
• IP Address:
• In Response to: Show your power: STOP HARRY POTTER with your "... (Phil Sheldon)

I feel ashamed for the things that this man has said. Calling Harry Potter fans Satanists is plainly going to far. I was shocked and sad when I read this appalling comment. He seems to be against all types of fantasy fiction. This would mean that this man would have to be against The Lord of the Rings, Star Wars, and even The Wizard of Oz. In most fantasy movies today there are good guys and bad villians. Harry Potter is a wizard who uses his power for the good of those around him. HE DOES NOT USE IT FOR EVIL AND DARK FORCES! Harry Potter is a Hero with many great character qualities that are rarely seen in movies today. Harry Potter risks his life many times fighting for what is right and good. The man who left that harsh comment is displaying a shameful lack of self-control. I have found nothing dark and diabolic about Harry Potter. Harry Potter haters most likely know nothing about him. Their opinions are just plain worthless. This message was not meant to offend anyone but rather to defend Harry Potter. He is a loyal and courageous boy who fights for the good of his friends.

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