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{{Quote|That's where you're going. A special school for freaks. You and that Snape boy… weirdos, that's what you two are. It's good you're being separated from normal people. It's for our safety.|[[Petunia Dursley]] talking with [[Lily Evans]] about Lily and [[Severus Snape|Snape]]|Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows}}
 
{{Quote|That's where you're going. A special school for freaks. You and that Snape boy… weirdos, that's what you two are. It's good you're being separated from normal people. It's for our safety.|[[Petunia Dursley]] talking with [[Lily Evans]] about Lily and [[Severus Snape|Snape]]|Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows}}
'''Muggle supremacy''' is an ideology regarding Muggles are superior beings while wizards and witches are some sort of unnormal or even retarted freaks.
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'''Muggle supremacy''' is an ideology regarding Muggles are superior beings while wizards and witches are some sort of abnormal or even mentally deficient freaks.
   
The only known racists against wizards and witches in the novels are [[Vernon Dursley|Vernon]] and [[Petunia Dursley]], the stepparents of [[Harry Potter]].
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The only known racists against wizards and witches are [[Vernon Dursley|Vernon]] and [[Petunia Dursley]], the stepparents of [[Harry Potter]].
   
The Dursleys eventually led their son [[Dudley Dursley]] also into disgust of magic people, although Dudley's reluctance may primarily based on fear, not hate (for example, Dudley's first encounter with a [[Hagrid|wizard]] resulted in him getting a pig tail). While Vernon and Petunia often showed their strong hate toward the whole wizarding world, Dudley obviously do not hate ''all'' wizards, as he never insulted or bullyed someone ''just'' because that one had magical abilities.
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The Dursleys eventually led their son [[Dudley Dursley]] into disgust of magical people, although Dudley's reluctance may primarily based on fear, not hate (for example, Dudley's first encounter with a [[Rubeus Hagrid|wizard]] resulted in his getting a [[Pigley Dudley|pig tail]]). While Vernon and Petunia often showed their strong hate toward the whole wizarding world, Dudley obviously did not hate all wizards, as he never insulted or bullied someone purely because that one had magical abilities.
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==Appearances==
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*''[[Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone]]''
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*''[[Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets]]''
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*''[[Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban]]''
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*''[[Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire]]''
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*''[[Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix]]''
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*''[[Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince]]''
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*''[[Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows]]''
 
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[[Category:Ideologies]]

Revision as of 20:37, January 18, 2013

"That's where you're going. A special school for freaks. You and that Snape boy… weirdos, that's what you two are. It's good you're being separated from normal people. It's for our safety."
Petunia Dursley talking with Lily Evans about Lily and Snape[src]

Muggle supremacy is an ideology regarding Muggles are superior beings while wizards and witches are some sort of abnormal or even mentally deficient freaks.

The only known racists against wizards and witches are Vernon and Petunia Dursley, the stepparents of Harry Potter.

The Dursleys eventually led their son Dudley Dursley into disgust of magical people, although Dudley's reluctance may primarily based on fear, not hate (for example, Dudley's first encounter with a wizard resulted in his getting a pig tail). While Vernon and Petunia often showed their strong hate toward the whole wizarding world, Dudley obviously did not hate all wizards, as he never insulted or bullied someone purely because that one had magical abilities.

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