Watchtower Society - Clarification No. 58
If I really believe in something, then I stand up for it until I am taught someone else. But as long as I realize that my faith is not rebuttable and fulfills all the circumstances of our existence, I stand for that faith. Jehovah's Witnesses have no faith in this sense, they have only one conviction. Just as Guido Westerwelle crows into the television camera: "We can no longer afford this welfare state!" so Jehovah's Witnesses stumble in public over what they are so intensely convinced of. Jehovah's Witnesses can't really stand up for their Watchtower God. They must flee from their own teachings when they are publicly exposed. Jehovah's Witnesses bear witness to their own shame, which they have incurred because they have fallen into a Masonic fantasy religion.
Jehovah's Witness in front of the dead Schlecker branch was greeted and embraced by a woman as exaggeratedly as she should not be in public. This exaggerated and artificial love affair also seemed to her to be desperately needed, because when I arrived she realised that she had no more time, not even a few seconds, to express her point of view publicly. Before I could even unpack my DIN A4 sheets, she pulled them off together with her recognizably fake witness of love. I spoke to her briefly and told her that the Watchtower Society had been founded by a Freemason. The laughter that this woman gave of herself sounded like the laughter of a devil. Frightening!
Someone who has influence on the Wiesloch section of Jehovah's Witnesses must have read my website. Today's large contingent of Jehovah's Witnesses seems like a logical response to the previous pages where I criticized how fragile and irresponsible the Wiesloch Jehovah's Witnesses are and simply omitted their ministry. I felt like someone who wanted to sweep away water with a broom. The water flows back again and again. What was conspicuous again was this conspicuous community spirit, which has nothing to do with real community. Jehovah's Witnesses in Wiesloch only try to keep their propaganda sovereignty in the Wiesloch pedestrian zone. The individual witness cannot understand what is really going on there. Only in a crowd do they develop this predictable, independent behavior of the claim to power, as propagated by the Watchtower Society for the End of the System of Things. (This "end of the system of things" is the time at which the Watchtower Society will take over world domination.)
I told Jehovah's Witness in front of the Volksbank in a calm tone across the street that she, too, had to answer for the religious murder by letting the blood bleed to death through her personal consent. She walked back and forth like a tiger in a cage at her sermon post and was glad when a woman who seemed to belong to her appeared. Together they then went away, not without the new woman looking at my DIN A4 sheet and giving the impression that she had just begun to squint.
The Jehovah's Witness posse in Wiesloch today was extra-hard. The elite of the especially hard-boiled had decided to use it and in between I got the feeling that I had to drive away a lot of flies with the fly swatter.
It was funny to observe the reversal of the Watchtower doctrine in practical life. The two couples unintentionally demonstrated that in Jehovah's Witnesses it is not the man who is in charge, but the woman. One of the couples disappeared very quickly when I called to them: "They hope for the annihilation of all who have contact with Jesus!" The other couple stood 2 to 3 minutes before the Volksbank opposite me and one could clearly see how much the woman tormented herself to keep up the lying sermon service under the clear reproach of her false doctrine. The man stood with his back to me and behaved like a lapdog, waiting when his mistress finally did something else. After a minute of the awkward, always-again-on-the-clock pointing, she carefully packed her watchtower into her handbag, blowing her nose again and then left as calmly as possible. The man waited patiently for all these gestures and left without a word with his wife. The picture really had something of a woman with a dog.
A few minutes earlier the men had attacked me head-on and I had held up my hand in a defensive manner and said: "Distance!" I claimed the autocratic distance of 10 meters for myself, which was set by the legal department of the Watchtower Society. The two husbands of Jehovah's Witnesses, however, determined that this distance requirement only applied to me, but not to them. In which fantasy world do these people live? They do not have the slightest sense of justice in them. They are puppets, slaughtering soldiers, but no longer people with a sense of reality. The populist stultification that Hitler produced has always been brought to the Watchtower Society by its Watchtower cardboard comrades. The deification of the organization produces pure fascism again!
The Watchtower religion has once again lost its entire length in Wiesloch and had to retreat with its tail trapped. The hissing cursing and swearing of the Watchtower's tops lies over Wiesloch.
There are certainly always people who are amazed at this dispute. Also in the Pennymarkt in Diehlheim others turned around and looked in amazement when I told Jehovah's Witness once more that she would have to answer for the religious murder by bleeding to death. On the whole, however, it was clear today that people are not taking sides in the Watchtower Society's doctrine of lies. The world domination of the Watchtower Society will be a long time coming.