Mike T, you wrote:
>If you continue to want to heckle people they will all leave.
I didn't know I was heckling you. I did a headspin on your suggestion
that certain people you thought troublesome should pester people in
India instead, as though Indians are more deserving of pestering than
Europeans are. If all people should unsub from this group because I
express opposition to this type of sentiment, so be it.
>Some thoughts don't have to be unprejudiced.
In other words, some thoughts can be prejudiced because they don't
have to be otherwise? Thoughts are free, and so are thoughts in
response to thoughts.
>Anthroposophy is not on equal footing with the rest and you know
>that and I shouldn't have to defend it to someone who considers
>themselves as an Anthroposophist.
I prefer to consider myself an Anarchosophist instead, for obvious
reasons: Nobody can tell me how I'm supposed to be thinking that way.
That's why I've had it with anarchists, and some anthroposophists
behave in the same way, so I'm an anarchosophist. Anyway, I don't see
what expressing disdain for people one considers insects (flies) has
to do with Anthroposophy.
When you say, "Anthroposophy is not on equal footing with the rest
and you know that..." you are expressing a type of elitism that has
been of some concern in the AS. It was a major theme raised by Henry
Barnes (president for the AS in America at the time) in Austin in 1987.