GEWICHT: 64 kg
Intime Dienste: Anal passiv, Dominant, GV in versch. Stellungen, Spanisch, Fotoshooting
Walter Thomas Layton, 1. Dezember in Samotschin, Provinz Posen; gestorben am The last thing I heard from you was your good letter and the check for fifty pounds. In the beginning I thought I would not need it, but unfortunately the whole thing becomes more expensive than I thought.
But there is no doubt that I shall be able to pay back the sum before the first of January, as there is a chance that my new play will be produced soon. It was not necessary for me to pay another forty pounds and to change from tourist class to first class in America people who are travelling tourist class are nobodies, as you know. I could not understand anything. Pickett, and his very shrewd secretary, Mr. At least I found out what had gone on. When I showed them all the messages I had with me they changed their minds, but implored me not to make any public statement and not to give any interviews so as not to antagonize the Catholics, the conservatives, the liberals the rich Jews and I think ninety-nine percent of ten percent of the civil population of this country.
As I am only concerned with quick help, I gave this promise. Pickett rang up Mr. I curse my bad instinct in allowing it. Davis was really impressed by my explanations, the statistics and the letters I had with me, especially the letter of the Foreign Office. Reich stepped in, talked to him about the League of Nations Commission scheme, and influenced him to support this scheme which, as you know, means only food in the amount of fifteen million dollars, contrary to my scheme which means food in the amount of fifty millions; which means only the feeding of refugees contrary to my scheme which means feeding the whole civil population.
I personally think that this scheme of the League of Nations will work badly in practice, and will have doubtful effect. If, for example, in a house, there are living two mothers, and one has nine children and is not a refugee but a marvelous inhabitant from Barcelona, and the other has four children and is a refugee from Bilbao, the mother with four children will get good food because she is a refugee, and the other mother with nine children will get a greater quantity of bad food because she has the sad fate not to be a refugee.
In any case Mr. Davis was persuaded to support the League of Nations proposal and I realized soon why Mr. Reich did not support my scheme. The reason that is confidential is that a Quaker who had worked in Franco Spain, Mr.