Peter Weissbach, CJOR Radio, Vancouver, Canada
Mike Zielenzinger, Knight Ridder Newspapers, United States
Peter Weissbach, CJOR Radio, Vancouver; Canada
How are you?
You’ve made recent statements that you’re prepared to sell back Antelope, or the City of Rajneesh, property to the former residents of Antelope. Now, is that an indication that you’re now prepared to compromise with your neighbors in order to seek a reconciliation?
No, there is no question of compromise, no compromise of reconciliation, because we don’t have any hostility toward them. The people who had hostility toward them have left. We simply want to leave their homes, their place, their city – and we are going to change its name back. It is not a question of reconciliation, it is simply undoing what the fascist gang had done to the people around while I was in silence for three and a half years.
Am I hearing you correctly then, you’re not called Rajneeshees anymore?
What term should I use?
Just friends of Osho.
Okay. Your friends will be selling their interests in the City of Rajneesh, formerly Antelope, Oregon.