Watchtower Society – Clarification No. 291

Jehovah's Witnesses – a very big backdown

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Saturday is for Jehovah's Witnesses the day of Jehovah the Opposing God. On Saturday, the evil world will be perfectly organized with the Jehovah "God", whose Christ consists of the Governing Body of Jehovah's Witnesses. Pioneers, soldiers, alpha and musketeers of the Watchtower Org swarm out and shower the world with their tracts. The pedestrian zones are full of preachers of the Kingdom of Jehovah and you can hardly eat a sausage undisturbed. The Watchtower is everywhere and behind it stand people, all dressed up and clinging to it.

And what happened today in Wiesloch? Nothing! A beggar was in the most beautiful place of the Jehovah's Witnesses, so that none of the preachers of the Watchtower Truth could stand there anymore. Too obvious would have been the correspondence, the parallel, the equality and the same objective. The only difference between a beggar and a Jehovah's Witness is that the beggar accepts voluntary donations. Jehovah's Witnesses only take whole people and pleasurably lead them to spiritual death. When the Dead Recruit Living Persons! A horror movie!

The beggar seemed to me to be a good reinsurance that kept the Wiesloch pedestrian zone free. No Jehovah's Witness could so easily stand near him. I hope that the beggar will place himself next Saturday in this place in front of the post office, which is otherwise Jehovah's Witnesses' ancestral home. The reversal of this situation comedy would be the Watchtower Annunciator as a scarecrow. Whether crows, however, can be frightened away by lies is questionable.

Further down, I was the liar scarecrow. Jehovah's Witness, who can boast that he was the only one to beat me, immediately called his strange friend who was waiting for the call in the café next door. The strange friend then immediately started and picked up Jehovah's Witness, so that it looked as if the Witness would not leave because of the confrontation with the facts of his religion. The man had important appointments! And the beggar and I were alone again! lach mich tot

The situation in Bruchsal was quite similar to that in Wiesloch. Lots and lots of beggars were active and circled you, but Jehovah's Witnesses were not to be seen. But the usual Watchtower locations were not vacant because the professional beggars were not there. It is worth mentioning at this point that the Wiesloch beggar was rather not a professional beggar, as they can be found at every corner in Bruchsal. The Bruchsal pedestrian zone is literally flooded with organized professional Tibetans. And they follow you aggressively. Even if you change direction several times, they stay on your back! Gross! They must have a high pressure to perform.

The unorganized beggar enjoys much more freedom than the organized professional beggar. A man attached to Jesus similarly enjoys much more freedom than the organized professional witness of Jehovah. Jehovah's organized professional witness is under a pressure throughout his life that he can never fulfill. But a Christian can rely on Jesus and enjoy his life of service to his Lord. Christian life is incredibly exciting and interesting. The life of a Jehovah's professional witness, on the other hand, consists only of performance values, hourly reports and spiritual self-suppression. The Jehovah's Witness par excellence knows no freedom, but only Saturday as an opportunity to pull one's head away under the axe. And what he can't do on Saturday, he tackles on the other working days. In Wiesloch, Jehovah's Witnesses are busy all week long saving their skin from destruction by Jehovah.


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