Written by G Varnam
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Topics: China, Harry Potter

Monday, 28 May 2007

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Harry Potter and His Friends Ron and Hermione

(Crappers China) The Chinese government has declared that Harry Potter is too scary to children and decided to ban the books. Unfortunately the Chinese children will never find out how the series end. Even Harry Potter sites are banned and if you search for Harry Potter; it will state forbidden subject.

Many Chinese children had grown up reading about the wizard boy. The last book called Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows will not be published in China. That means no one in China will ever find out about the ending of the series.

One state official who wouldn't be identified for his own safety told TheSpoof.com, "Our government had to read the last book of Harry Potter and had determine that the book ended in to much blood shed. More than two people had been killed in this book. More like twenty five minor characters also got killed in this book! This is way too much with the censors in our government. We will be writing to J. K. Rowling to tell her to completely rewrite the end of the story where only one person gets kill. That is Voldemort! Our children deserve better books!"

There wasn't any response from J. K. Rowling or her lawyers. Also this book has been classified in the US and United Kingdom. Now it seems that China had to spoil it for everyone!

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