It’s overly obvious. Harry is pro-life.
If you haven’t read the books or seen the last film, I’ll sound the spoiler alert right now. But really, this is pretty good, so keep on readin….
This is a message written throughout the seven-book series, however within the beginning, fast-paced, heart pounding chapters of the finale, Deathly Hallows, it’s spelled out for us, plain as day:
“I won’t blast people out of my way just because they’re there,” said Harry. “That’s Voldemort’s job.”
In this chapter, Harry is reprimanded by a superior for not killing or harming a Death Eater. This enemy- Death Eaters, they are called- turns out to be someone being used as a pawn, someone who’s been cursed to do Voldemort’s bidding against his own will. So actually, the Death Eater was not a Death Eater by choice. Regardless of this information, Harry still, bluntly refuses time and time again, to kill anyone.
We see this greatness in Harry throughout the entire series!
And even when he faces Voldemort in the final vis-a-vis, he doesn’t cast the Killing Curse, he asks Voldemort to repent!
He asks the one being who has hated him his whole life, who killed his parents, who lead an evil movement which resulted in the killing of Harry’s Godfather -Sirius Black-, Dumbledore, and many of Harry’s cherished friends, the one who at that moment was about to kill Harry himself, to try to feel remorse.
Harry chooses life!
Harry faces Voldemort twice in the final chapters of the book. In the first face-to-face, Harry is point-blank Cursed to death by Voldemort.
Skip the thrilling and intricate details and Harry awakens, confounded, to a sort of Purgatory in which he encounters Dumbledore. Harry asks Dumbledore why he has not truly died, and Dumbledore explains Voldemort’s ignorance of the truth outside his own selfish desire:
“And his knowledge remained woefully incomplete, Harry! That which Voldemort does not value, he takes no trouble to comprehend. Of house-elves and children’s tales, of love, loyalty, and innocence, Voldemort knows and understands nothing. nothing. That they all have a power beyond his own, a power beyond the reach of any magic, is a truth he never grasped” (709-710).
Harry returns to the real world, empowered with this truth and stuns the wizarding world around him when he reappears alive- including Voldemort himself.
So in the final and last meeting of Harry and Voldemort, Harry doesn’t attack him with violence, Harry doesn’t try to kill this Voldemort- this very misled individual. Harry tries to give Voldemort a chance to understand the truth. And when Voldemort rejects the truth and continues to reattempt to kill Harry, Harry casts a disarming spell, which rebounds Voldemort’s Killing Curse, sending Voldemort to his real and final death.
This pro-life movement is not only about protecting innocent and unborn human beings, but about giving others who do not understand the true value of humanity the knowledge they need, so that they step away from choosing death for any person, no matter if that person was conceived out of rape, incest, was a mass murderer, or drowned their own little girl in a swimming pool. No one on this earth has a right to take away the dignity of that with which we are all CONCEIVED: the dignity of our L.I.F.E.
All wrong-doers are supposed to be granted with this one truth! The ability to repent and be sorry is ALWAYS possible.
Harry knew it. And he’s a fictional character.
What a shame that so many individuals here today lack the same knowledge of truth that such characters as Voldemort and his Death Eaters do.