Well, you’re on record! When you talk about no organization and discipline, I must say, looking around, I see people I thought were chauffeurs, everyone wearing these sort of plum-colored peaked caps. They appeared to be uniforms, in fact, and a lot of people do appear… I don’t mean just the choice of colors, but actually wearing identical clothes This would strike me instantly as organization of an extreme kind.
It is not. I have given these red clothes to my people so that I can recognize them and the whole world can recognize them. This is their identity card, all over the body, so there is no need to pull it out of the pocket and tell to people who you are. But it is not an organization, and I don’t think that there is any spirituality in the color red. You can see me: I hate the color red!
[indicating his feet] These socks were given to me!
I hate them! I have put my people in red because that is the only color I will not use.
I take the point. But I meant not the choice of a certain color: these people were wearing identical clothes, the same shirts. They matched, like an army.
If they love to have identical clothes, it is perfectly okay.
Do you think they do? Have you asked them?
I have never asked, that is their business. And if you look closely, they are using different shades of red; that is up to them what they do. And they are using different kinds of clothes, not similar. Yes, there are a few uniformed people that belong to the police department of Oregon. They want them to be in a certain uniform, so we have to put them in a uniform. But they belong to the police force of Oregon; you must have seen their caps and everything.
But they’re in red!
Here they have to be red.
Then the police don’t mind if they wear red?