Watchtower Society - Clarification No. 48
All traffic lights jumped to green on the way to Wiesloch! A young Jehovah's Witness stood hidden behind a van at the watch shop. After reading the factual claim "Jehovah's Witnesses let people bleed to death" for her Jehovah, "God" she packed up and left. I took a photo of the pedestrian zone and the Jehovah's Witness came back and inquired if I had just photographed her. She wanted to check the picture on my camera right away and asked if she could call the police. I told her that I wanted to photograph the pedestrian zone in the other direction as well.
It is almost incomprehensible that Jehovah's Witnesses do not succeed in personally standing up for their Jehovah. What kind of religion is it that you are ashamed of? Why are Jehovah's Witnesses so eager not to be photographed at sermon service? If I bear witness to Jesus, anyone can photograph me, even if Jehovah's Witnesses were to put me on their website. However, the Watchtower Society would write anti-Christian nonsense about me. I only write facts on my website, what actually happened and what was actually spoken.
At the old Schlecker branch, a Jehovah's Witness set himself up in a striped shirt. I held the saying before him, "Let Jehovah's Witnesses bleed to death for their Jehovah". He walked a few steps towards me and ordered me to keep a distance of 10 meters, otherwise he called the police, because I was possessed by the devil. I drew his attention to the fact that he was the one who had significantly reduced the distance, but at the same time I tried to tell him a few mistakes in the Watchtower doctrine. He ignored me completely and stood there for only an hour talking to a fat woman. What kind of sermon service is that, where you just stand there and talk?
Later I reproached him that Jehovah's Witnesses could not keep the first commandment at all, because they have a God who installs a second God in John 1,1, whom Jehovah's Witnesses must have.
A man with beer on a bench under a tree said to me, "That's my bike! No photos!" I don't think he knew that Jehovah's Witnesses insisted so hard that their sermon service was not documented. I liked the joke so much that I paid 4 Euros for the photo of the bike.
Finally, when the striped Jehovah's Witness left, a man came up to me and asked quite openly for the reason and purpose of my action. The conversation had the following sitemape: He is currently studying with the Jehovah's Witnesses and they are really very nice people. Nadja and I could tell him some facts about the wrong teachings of the Watchtower Society and he made us understand that he wanted to check all this. So we had the incredible luck to meet someone else who was open for the incredible mistakes in the Watchtower doctrine. Incredible!