Gisela reads the sixth leaflet
When I read the leaflet that evening, I thought, “This is terribly radical and caustic, something to really be worried about.” I told him that too. But he said he knew what was right, and I could not pass judgment on it.
I then became very indifferent. I had the feeling that I was being molded, that I was no longer myself, and that I could no longer think for myself. It made absolutely no sense to say anything to them.
I only had the feeling that I did not want to have anything more to do with it if possible.
Source: Gisela Schertling’s C.V.