J.K. Rowling consents to use of ‘killing curse’ on Ukrainian missiles — Analysis

Russian pranksters Vovan, and Lexus made another victim in high-profile fashion of the Harry Potter author

J.K. Rowling allowed a Harry Potter-inspired killing curse to be applied to Ukrainian missiles in a conversation with Lexus and Vovan. They were pretending that they were President Volodymyrzelensky.

The conversation was recorded on Thursday and published online. Rowling thanked the fake Zelensky for her decision not to sell her books in Russia during the exchange.

This was because she felt it was the right thing to do. “solidarity with Ukraine” amid Moscow’s military operation, which has been underway in Ukraine since late February.

Rowling didn’t seem to regret the loss of her Russian audience, saying “they certainly didn’t understand”Her books.

“I certainly support much harsher sanctions against Russia,”According to the author, the country must be put under both economic and cultural pressure.

However, Rowling seemed completely shocked when the pranksters pointed out that the lightning-shaped scar on Harry Potter’s forehead resembled the letter ‘Z’, which has become a symbol of the Russian operation in Ukraine.

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They suggested that it should be changed to a symbol more like the Golden Trident, which features on Ukraine’s coat of arms. “It would be good for me to do something about this on social media,”The writer replied.

On the other hand, Zelensky fake revealed that Kiev soldiers had written these words “Avada Kedavra”missiles were fired on the Donetsk, Lugansk, and Donbass cities.

“I love the joke! I love the joke!”Rowling gave her interlocutor the thumbs-up

“Avada Kedavra”A magic spell which causes instant death in Harry Potter Universe.

The Ukrainian military intensified the indiscriminate bombardment of Donetsk/Lugansk over the last week, inflicting destruction and injury among civilians.

Rowling didn’t object to the idea of taking money collected for Ukrainian kids through her charity, and instead using it to buy more weapons for Kiev’s military forces. “I understand that,”According to the 56-yearold, she said that Ukraine should have all of the arms it requires.

She had promised. “talk to certain people”So that Russian actor Aleksandr Kuznetsov could be approved to star in her Fantastic Beasts movie adaptations.

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Even though Zelensky warned her against it, she accepted the invitation to visit Ukraine to give readings of her fantasies to members of Azov Battlion. “German books.”

The video of the prank was published as part of Vovan and Lexus’ new show on Russian platform Rutube. The duo’s secondary channel on YouTube was deleted last week shortly after they uploaded their conversation with George W. Bush, in which the former US president advised Ukrainians to “destroy as many Russian troops as you can.”

The UK government requested that their original YouTube channel be taken down. This was due to anger from Vovan and Lexus’s tricking of Ben Wallace, British Defence Secretary, and Priti Patel (Home Secretary), respectively.

Others who were victims of Russian pranksters (real names Vladimir Kuznetsov, Alexey Slolyarov) include Canadian PM Justin Trudeau; Turkish President Recep Tyyip Turkey, former Democratic vice-president Kamala Harris, Prince Harry and Elton John.

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