Watchtower Society - Clarification No. 143
Yesterday night someone wrote to me in the chat that they wanted to know where I was on Saturday to support my awareness campaign. I e-mailed him that I would be in Wiesloch on Saturday. In the morning the thought crossed my mind: There won't be a single Jehovah's Witness in Wiesloch. And right. Wiesloch was today as brightly cleaned by Jehovahism. Only one Jehovah spy showed up briefly, went purposefully to the corner of the Schleckerruine, stared at me for 10 seconds and then disappeared as if swallowed from the ground.
Jehovah's Witnesses have friends at the Telekom or the Secret Service or somewhere. Jehovah's Witnesses have been listening to my Internet and phone for years and generously let me know about it so that, if possible, I am intimidated. So far I have not been impressed and have not considered going to the police. The Jehovah's Witnesses' indications that they are intercepting me are clear and I have Witnesses who can confirm this crystal clear. Over a period of one to two years also the webmick.de was suppressed with Google. At that time Jehovah's Witnesses also had one or two friends on Google. At ask.com the webmick.de is completely suppressed. Sometimes it is listed quite normally, only to disappear a few minutes later. Apparently the employee in question has to throw the page out by hand every time.
That someone with simple facts can ban Jehovah's Witnesses from a pedestrian zone is worth mentioning. Because Jehovah's Witnesses like to boast of their steadfastness. Yesterday they gave way after only 15 minutes. Today they didn't show up at all.
The nice thing is that the absence of Jehovah's Witnesses is almost irrelevant. Because the people of Wiesloch know when they see me. And it's wonderful that they understand and accept someone like me. The looks are good. They say that the Wieslochers see through the matter and like to see.
A bus stopped, door 1 opened and the driver said: "Today nothing! Too cold?" I answered, "No Jehovah's Witnesses. They know."
Beautiful day! No Jehovah's Witnesses in Wiesloch.