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Re: Theos-World Re: Some thoughts

Jul 26, 2009 05:36 AM
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Very interesting.

Now it is Roberta's turn to disprove Keith's conclusion on her identity.

Identities can easily be confirmed using various means.

Disproving will enhance credibility.


There is no Religion Higher than Truth

On Sun, Jul 26, 2009 at 1:50 AM, <>wrote:

> Delores
> We also have a Spy at Adyar
> She collects information
> Places it in a big black pot
> Stirs it with prejudice
> Adds a bit of venom to spice
> And serves it on theos-talk
> Her secret name is Roberta
> --- In <>,
> "robertapimenta26" <robertapimenta26@...> wrote:
> >
> > Among many other things, this is what Mr. Rozman wrote:
> >
> > - And what is equally not included in this interpretation is the fact
> that the Amendments' Proposal was made public by Mr. Pedro Oliveira. When
> Mrs. Elvira Carbonell, at the time the employee at TS Headquarters,
> delivered her letter to the members of the General Council she was dismissed
> from the office with the excuse that she abused confidential data she has
> access to. On the other hand we
> > have now at the TS Headquarters a person who is not even an officer of
> the TS and who seems to have access to all critical documents and who seems
> to have influenced great part of the illegal actions which took place in
> past two years and nobody is even posing a question what is really going on
> -
> >
> > The reference to Oliveira's mere presence at Adyar and his having access
> to all critical correspondences and documents, and the illegal election of
> his wife Linda is 100% legitimate. I urge all GC members to start asking
> serious questions, since this is a very disturbing development. O. was the
> architect and initiator of all the ugly and illegal actions that took place
> over the past 24 months; there is solid evidence of that now.
> >
> > Roberta
> >

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