J.K. Rowling – bugger off! You don’t live in the US nor are you a citizen!

wow, so powerful and smug! Burn her books, boycott everything she writes, take pictures of her burning books and post them all over the Net. A little fire for her smugness…

Now that she’s led a whole generation into casting spells and black magic – she’s like all full of herself. I guess so – her net worth is one billion dollars.

Rowling replied to an unhappy female regarding her attacks on Trump and his staff, “Guess it’s true what they say: you can lead a girl to books about the rise and fall of an autocrat, but you still can’t make her think.”


JK Rowling under fire for writing about ‘Native American wizards’

Navajo writer Brian Young wrote on Twitter that he was “broken hearted” about the new piece of writing. “JK Rowling, my beliefs are not fantasy. If ever there was a need for diversity in YA lit it is bullsh!t like this,” said Young. “My ancestors didn’t survive colonisation so you could use our culture as a convenient prop.”

Johnnie Jae, founder of A Tribe Called Geek, described herself as a Potterhead who had “often thought of what it would be like if Natives were represented in this world”, but that the reality was “so disrespectfully done”.

Jae wrote: “This isn’t us saying that Native people can’t be wizards or magical beings, but that @jk_rowling’s attempt is unacceptable & disrespectful because @jk_rowling has based her ‘native wizards’ off the same racist stereotypes & miseducation that JM Barrie used in Peter Pan.”

Picture from the net. Wicked Witch of the West (OZ)


man, her books burn really well…


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