reply to post by Aloysius the Gaul
Aaaaand reality check. First of all, these total geniuses are forgetting one thing. Britain has got plenty of zealots already, and does not need any
more, lest the weight of thier arrogance and stupidity weigh down our mighty nation, and see it sink beneath the waves of the sea.
Second, much as I personally hate the entire franchise which encompasses Harry Potter and his pathetic peer group, I cannot allow that hatred to make
me forget that the books which tell tale of him are works of fiction, tame, boring, childish and spineless, but works of fiction none the less.
When I was twelve I was reading tales of such sorcery and chaos, that even the most pathetic mages in those tomes would have stripped the flesh from
a whelp such as Potter, and scattered his bones to the four winds without even the merest movement of an eyebrow. Am I a worshiper of dark beings from
the hell realms? No, I am a Christian, but that does not mean that I cannot enjoy a good yarn, and here we come to the crux of the issue.
There are serious threats to the souls, and the physical liberty and lives of the human race, which have nothing to do with the likes of Harry
Potter, which pervade all areas of life, in all nations. The forces which prey on our species and our eternal souls are not easy to discern, thier
sources on Earth are not obvious, are difficult to reach, and buried beneath layer after layer of lies, treachery and heresy. Many of them are hidden
within organised religion itself.
That these three glory seeking halfwits have picked Harry bloody Potter as a target to go after, shows that either these individuals have no idea of
the existence of other, genuine targets for thier work (making them dullards at best), or that they know precisely the scale of the enemy, and chose
to avoid doing the real work of God, by going after a fictional character, from one of the most tedious works of fiction ever created, because it is
easier, and less dangerous for them to do so.
If these three were really here to do the work of Christ, in the name of God, then they wouldnt have a bit of media attention drawn toward them,
because such battles require a certain level of tactical awareness, and surprise is an effective tool in war, wether your battle is against flesh, or
In summary, I find this crusade of thiers to be the most utterly pointless endevour undertaken in the name of Christ since the war for Jerusalem,
back in the day when a good sword arm was worth a kings ransom.