Watchtower Society - Clarification No. 9
14.07.2012 Bruchsal - I think everyone can understand that I am full of expectation when I get on my motorcycle on Saturday mornings and drive off to meet Jehovah's Witnesses. Before I could even go searching today (which didn't produce any results), I met two young men in the rain at a crossroads in Bruchsal who looked like Jehovah's Witnesses, only much more beautiful. I thought: Are they young CEOs? Are they on their way to a double wedding? Both were extremely handsome. They had Indian or Pakistani trains. Any young or older lady would have liked to talk to them about anything. Both in black suits with light ties. They came across the pedestrian crossing, I had already parked the bike. My question: Are you Jehovah's Witnesses? You: Yes. Me: Then I have something for you. - So I took out the cardboard sign and held it against them. Jehovah "God" is Satan. He forbids contact with Jesus They read it and did it off. Yes, yes. And went on. I drove behind them with my bike and stopped next to them and said, "Whoever idolizes an organization is a fascist. Your answer was: That's your opinion. I turned in the next cross street so that they thought I wanted to say something to them. That's why they went straight in the other direction. I drove on in the direction of the pedestrian zone.
Who knows if they'll ever think about what I've shown and told them. Certainly, among Jehovah's Witnesses, the news of the madman with the cardboard sign will go around as an urgent warning. But that must not be a reason to refrain from the confrontation attempt. No one cares about the Jehovah's Witnesses. We must address them and give them facts that can wake them up.
A fascist is a person who idolizes a human ideology or organization. Whether Nazis followed the NSDAP and experienced it as a worship service, whether the Pope grants the Catholic Church the quality that salvation is only in it, or whether Jehovah's Witnesses see the Watchtower Society as their spiritual mother, it is fascism. As soon as something is put in God's place, man makes himself a fascist. Millions of people do not make themselves aware of this. They live in a saturated world in which their fascism is no longer as striking as that of the Nazis. But in fact they are fascists. Those who worship something that is not God actually make themselves fascists.