8. That Albus Dumbledore Is Always Right
Frankly after seeing some evidence from some reading I have discovered that I quite don't like Dumbledore. And believing that the sun shines because he told it to is a stupid way to live your life and sadly it seems that most of the wizarding world seems to be under that delusion. Thousands of people died because he put off facing his childhood friend who might have killed his freaking sister and who you know for a fact is going to do bad stuff "for the greater good" uggghhhh spare me that load of poop I cant believe that after all the bad memories that the saying causes he still uses it. And worst of all Dumbledore's actions show he did not wholly reject the philosophy that he himself had inspired Grindelwald to use, as he made a plan by which Harry Potter would have to suffer a great deal of hardship and death to bring about Lord Voldemort's downfall. He also delayed in telling Harry about why Lord Voldemort had tried to kill him as a baby, indirectly resulting in Sirius Black's death. I think that Albus Dumbledore had gone senile quite a long time ago and no one chose to acknowledge it because they were still caught up in the fact that he was once a great man who supposedly saved them. I personally find Harrys achievement a bigger, better,and harder accomplishment and hope that if something like that was real that it wouldn't happen like that. And you know what else I bet you hired all those Defense Against The Dark Arts teachers yourself so that you could use Harry.