Re: Ministry vs. Hogwarts
- From: dicconf@xxxxxxxxx (Richard Eney)
- Date: Sat, 10 Nov 2007 21:14:54 -0000
In article <fh4eoh$pmq$1@xxxxxxxx>, santosh <santosh.k83@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Sirius Kase schrieb:
In actuallity, there are enough good and bad people on both sides,
that it almost doesn't matter until it reaches an extreme as
portrayed in Book 7.
So who were the bad ppl on the side of opposers to the ministry and what
bad did they do?
Um the Death Eaters perhaps?
Is there a third side?
In DH, the MoM is essentially run by DEs who are faking being
anti-DE if they even bothered. Hogwarts is openly run by DEs.
There is Fake-Opposition-MoM, Real-Villain-DE/Hogwarts, and
the real-opposition is the OotP and whatever other freedom fighters
manage to stay uncaught for a while or who are hiding within the
system, hoping to rescue a few kids.
We know there were a few weak-DEs, like the Malfoys.
I guess they qualify as the sort-of-good people on the DE/MoM side.
Some of the Aurors probably qualify as well, and the paper-pushers
who were pureblood enough to keep their jobs.
The weak-OotP member was Mundungus Fletcher. His cowardice led to
the death of Mad-Eye.
You could make a case that although Snape eventually turned out
on the side of OotP, his situation required that he allow some
bad things to happen, so he's a bad person on the side of the OotP
and the "opposers to the ministry".