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  • Robert Mason
    Here s Lochmann s reply from Friday; I assume that he hasn t read the discussion since then. I will forward Tom s proposal to WL -- but again, I would suggest
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 7, 2008
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      Here's Lochmann's reply from Friday; I
      assume that he hasn't read the discussion
      since then. I will forward Tom's
      proposal to WL -- but again, I would
      suggest that things would go a lot
      quicker, with less confusion, if people
      would talk directly to WL without using
      me as a go-between. I don't get online
      every day, and I don't have much time
      when I am online.

      Robert M

      --- On Fri, 9/5/08, info@... <info@...> wrote:

      > From: info@... <info@...>
      > Subject: Re: Tom!!! Judith von Halle alert!
      > To: robertsmason_99@...
      > Date: Friday, September 5, 2008, 4:22 PM
      > Dear Robert,
      > Thank you for your commentary. "tennies" is my
      > own invention, it
      > should mean, that not "hundreds of PAGES" but
      > "a couple of ten pages".
      > Cite is clear.
      > I am also surprise to be declares as someone who
      > "hates the jews".
      > This is complete stupid and a very bad invention
      > (Erfindung). I can
      > confirm, that I do not hate any persons or peoples.
      > Probably I say the
      > worst things about the Germans, and of course the
      > anthroposophical
      > "government". But this does not mean that I hate
      > them. I critisize
      > them as far as it seems to me necessary. In the "free
      > spiritual live"
      > (Freies Geistesleben) their must only be the fight (Kampf),
      > the best
      > ideas should win. An the "brotherhood???"
      > (Br├╝derlichkeit) has
      > absolutely nothing to do here.
      > And, by the way, I do not work since 8 years with G.
      > Bondarew anymore;
      > and all of his books, that I did edit, did treat pure
      > anthroposophical
      > questions, with the exeption of "crisis of
      > civilisation" in 1996.
      > I am tired of answering to the stupid stories about how the
      > book of
      > Irina was written. I know the writing-stile of Bondarew.
      > And I was
      > pleased with every translated chapter of Irina's book,
      > that I did
      > receive. This was a completely different writing. I know as
      > well the
      > handwriting of Bondarew. Irina's is absolutely
      > different, a very nice
      > writing compared to the one of Bondarew. Anybody can
      > receive of copy
      > of the more than 200 sides for 50 US-Dollars.
      > Best regards and thank for the exchange of ideas!
      > Willy Lochmann
      >
      > Zitat von Robert Mason <robertsmason_99@...>:
      >
      > > OK, here's Lochmann's response. His English
      > is
      > > far better than my German, but not quite fluent.
      > > You can make your own "corrections" about as
      > > well as I could. I don't know what *tennies of
      > > sides* means, except that *sides* probably
      > > means *pages*. *Zitate* means *cite*, as in
      > > *citation*.
      > >
      > > Steve, I'm forwarding your latest post on to
      > > WL.
      > >
      > > If anyone has further questions, you can ask
      > > WL; his address is below.
      > >
      > > RM
      > >
      > >
      > > --- On Thu, 9/4/08, info@...
      > > <info@...> wrote:
      > >
      > >> From: info@...
      > <info@...>
      > >> Subject: Re: Tom!!! Judith von Halle alert!
      > >> To: robertsmason_99@...
      > >> Date: Thursday, September 4, 2008, 3:23 PM
      > >> Dear Robert,
      > >> Thank you for transmitting me these statements. I
      > can
      > >> understand them
      > >> approximatively. But I think I could not add
      > anything
      > >> necessary in my
      > >> poor english to your clear answers. Of course my
      > text,
      > >> especially
      > >> Judith von Halles text, that I did zitate, should
      > be
      > >> translated. That
      > >> would possibly clear that there is no political
      > statement
      > >> against
      > >> anybody here, exept maybe against the stupid
      > anthroposophs,
      > >> who seem
      > >> not to realizy that this stimatizised lady is
      > leading them
      > >> back into
      > >> the Ceremonies of the Old Testament. And this over
      > tennies
      > >> of sides in
      > >> her book.
      > >> Dear Robert, if you use this text, then please
      > make all the
      > >> necessary
      > >> corrections. I suppose that you understand what I
      > want do
      > >> explain.
      > >> Many thanks and best regards,
      > >> Willy Lochmann
      > >>
      > >>
      > >>
      > >> Zitat von Robert Mason
      > <robertsmason_99@...>:
      > >>
      > >> > --- In anthroposophy@yahoogroups.com,
      > >> "tmasthenes13" <TomBuoyed@...>
      > >> > wrote:
      > >> >> However, I love Willy because he
      > champions Irina
      > >> Gordienko and I love
      > >> >> how she kicked Sergei's ass, which in
      > turn
      > >> makes Dottie go ballistic,
      > >> >> so ya gotta love Willy even if he hates
      > the Jews.
      > >> >
      > >> > Irina Gordienko did not write that book,
      > except in the
      > >> physical
      > >> > handscript. That is why Lochmann has the
      > original
      > >> manuscript locked in
      > >> > his safe. It is so that he can say that she
      > wrote it.
      > >> >
      > >> > When Willy Lochmann tells us that Irina
      > Gordienko
      > >> wrote her book
      > >> > against Sergei Prokofieff in the library of
      > Gennady
      > >> Bondarev, it means
      > >> > that she transcribed the words of Gennady
      > Bondarev
      > >> with reference to
      > >> > Rudolf Steiner and Sergei Prokofieff.
      > >> >
      > >> > And they'll have to answer for that; not
      > me.
      > >> >
      > >> > Steve
      > >> >
      > >> > Robert writes:
      > >> >
      > >> > Here we go again, Steve. And I was foolish
      > >> > enough to think that we had that all cleared
      > >> > up. I'm forwarding this to Lochmann;
      > maybe
      > >> > he'll want to say something. But I
      > don't
      > >> > know what more to say about it.
      > >> >
      > >> > RM
      > >> >
      > >> >
      > >> >
      > >> >
      > >> >
      > >> >
      > >
      > >
      > >
      > >
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