Have some quotes from this deathtocapslock screed. Featured: Rowling's blithering incompetence as an article of faith in the parallel-universe version of the books these people are attempting to reconstruct, Harry/Ginny so very incestuous, and fanon theories taken for canon.
The themes of Freudian incest keep cropping up in the series. And we all know how muggles are treated like chattels by all the magical characters, whether they are designated good or designated bad.
Even though it is possible for distant descendents of squibs to be magical by fluke, logically it is much more likely that a muggle born witch or wizard is really an illegitimate half-blood resulting from a wizard misusing a muggle woman and cuckolding her husband if that is applicable.
JKR's view is that incest is not only Okay If A Gryffindor Does It, but actually the proper thing.
Ginny is of the same category as Lily - a beautiful red headed girl in Gryffindor. Then she is Ron's sister and Ron is like a little brother substitute. She is Molly's daughter and Molly wants Harry to be a surrogate son to her. So the Freudian imagery works three ways. It would be reinforced if Ginny were a close relative of Lily.
JKR is no good at descriptions so it is very difficult to tell whether or not Ginny closely resembles Lily.
It can definitely be inferred as a possibility from the series that Ginny and Harry are close relatives on Harry's mother's side (as well as distant relatives on his father's side). In the warped mess of JKR's mind, this scenario is not only acceptable, but a desirable thing.
Arthur Weasley raped ("misused") Lily's mother and "cuckolded" Lily's father (which latter may be a more serious offence). This in turn gave Petunia an excuse not to consider Lily her "real" sister. Marrying into a family where you are close friends with your future brother-in-law is exactly the same thing as committing incest. Writing in a poor, stilted style (if urbanman1984 is an ESL speaker I do apologise) only gives you an advantage in assessing descriptions such as The Prime Minister's first, foolish thought was that Rufus Scrimgeour looked rather like an old lion. There were streaks of grey in his mane of tawny hair and his bushy eyebrows, he had keen yellowish eyes behind a pair of wire-rimmed spectacles and a certain rangy, loping grace even though he walked with a slight limp.
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