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We were showed exchanges between Dumbledore and Grindelwald that make it hard to believe he only lived Grindelwald and didn’t agree with the ideals he espoused. He truly thought that magical people were better than non-magical people. That was something he actually thought, and it’s hard. To believe that only Grindelwald persuaded him to think this, because that’s a pretty big deal. Sure, he wasn’t quite on the level of wanting to massacre every Muggle and Muggle-born in sight like Voldemort was, but his morals definitely weren’t as high and mighty as he tries to portray them to be by the time he’s around Harry.

‘Magic is Might’ is nothing short of prejudice and discrimination, and that, Ew,’ 

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