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Re: Theos-World Recreating TS History

Nov 26, 2007 01:27 PM
by christinaleestemaker

Frank, better take a bungalow in India.

FrGr Christina

--- In, "Frank Reitemeyer" <dzyan@...> 
> >Are you telling me that there are 75 million chinese refugees in 
> No. I was telling you from foreign races in Europe.
> Most of them are Africans and Turks and Arabs.
> > If Germany had taken over the world would we all be speaking 
German now?
> Hard to answer in the if-when style, but probably not, because 
language is 
> an expression of the soul.
> Do speak German one needs to think German.
> The result of the foreign rule and the Orwellian thinking is that 
more and 
> more Germans cannot understand German.
> I just had a talk with an academic about an average German book of 
> beginning of the 20th century.
> She was not able to understand the idealistic style, as she was 
raised in 
> school and university in the materialistic way as you knwo from the 
> anglo-saxony world.
> >Chinese keep to themselves and are no bother whatsoever.
> The Chinese were an example for me to understand my former argument 
> destroyed original cultures, which you seemed not to understand 
> So now you play on the Chinese as if I want to talk about Chinese.
> >If it is the Arabs that are raping it is because of their 
> >sexuality and their nonsense religion. Do the same as we do to 
> >rapists, catch them and lock them up.
> A very racist point of view.
> >They can't all be rapists Frank, just as not all germans were not 
nazis. I 
> >think perhaps you are blaming all for the acts of the few.
> And I think you have no idea of the social live conditions here, 
even if I 
> try it to explain to you.
> I cannot that what I am or what I am not, because of lack of 
definition when 
> someone is a nazi or not.
> I have seems newspaper reports calling Russians who want not give 
over their 
> land to foreign powers are now called nazis too.
> >I think it is sad when a society fears walking its own streets, 
> >goodness, it hasnt occured here.
> This is what I have tried to explain you after you jubliation abou 
> tmulticulturalism.
> Many are attacked here from aggressive Turks, Arabs, Poland and 
> It is enough when you are sitting in bus and subway and look with 
open eyes.
> Then they come, hit you and provoke: "Want problems?"
> The results is that the German minority in the subway fears to look 
> ahead.
> Some weaks ago a wild young Turk ahd the plan to push someone with 
inrun out 
> of the starting subway.
> Although it was long after midnight and I was tired, my inner voice 
> through and cried to me:
> "Frank, leave this corner!" A lady took my place.
> Some seconds later the inrunning Turk pushed her with all his power 
out of 
> the starting subway.
> The lady was very fat (or she was too short for her weight, to be 
> politically correct) and heavy and she was able to claw at the half 
> door.
> I think I would have been a better victim.
> What do you tell a supermarket cashier, which has already three 
> forayed this year by Turkish gangs and who can only with sleeping 
pills, so 
> far as her foreign neighbours (she earns not enough money to move 
to a 
> better quarter) which make terror all night long (the police fears 
to come 
> if you phone them) are so gentle and have longer low noise periods?
> What do you think will she say about the advantage of 
> You are right, she will say nothing and suffer silently because she 
will not 
> be outed as a nazi from the ruling communist class, which live in 
high class 
> quarters without foreigners.
> After reading your postings I should meditate about a move to 
> Seems it is a more silent place as Germany.
> How much would the Australian goverment pay for German immigrant 
like me.
> As a theosophist I have no high demands. Can you live from USD$ 
1,500 a 
> month?
> And what size may an apartment for an immigrant like we have (I ask 
> of my theosophical library).?
> Thanks,
> Frank

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