Watchtower Society – Clarification No. 193
Today I drove surprisingly to Heidelberg. I expected that I wouldn't meet anybody there as often as I would otherwise. But recently it had become apparent that Jehovah's Witnesses had a new trick with their trollis. They put these things up and are well hidden behind them sitting on the public bench. In the course of the morning I resigned myself to not meeting any Jehovah's Witnesses in the Heidelberg pedestrian zone. At least I had met Christians and talked to them. And I could even talk to fight-tested atheists at their advertising stand.
When I walked through the entire pedestrian zone and passed the Christians on my way back, three Jehovah's Witnesses appeared. They were absolutely calm when they saw me with my signs (Jehovah's Witnesses bleed people to death). – Jesus never let anyone bleed to death). The passers-by made Jehovah's Witnesses nervous. It makes a difference whether you are exposed in front of one or a thousand people. The embarrassed smile was bravely maintained by the Jehovah's Witnesses, and I felt especially sorry for the man, because his inner struggle to prevent his own facade from crumbling was clearly visible. After all, he was basically alone with his two companions, because with Jehovah's Witnesses only the man is in charge. So not only did he have to fight his own fight, but he also had to make the Jehovah ladies feel safe. – The poor man!
The three Jehovah's Witnesses repeatedly moved their place of deployment (actually it was only their seat in the sun). Finally they stopped in front of a church and gave the impression that they did not want to leave it. An Italian approached them and then came over to me. He had himself explained what the claim "Jehovah's Witnesses bleed people to death" was all about. I explained the facts to him as loudly as possible and in a cutting voice so that the Jehovah's Witnesses would at least have a rough idea of what I was telling him. Many passers-by listened to excerpts, and that was underlined by the raised signs, of course.
So Mr. Saraz, the Italian, changed sides a few times, always with the intention of informing himself about the facts related to this confrontation. This man brought so much good with this open and honest questioning. Through him it was possible to confront Jehovah's true worshipers (advertising for the publishing house is Jehovah's Witnesses' true worship!) with facts from their religion that they had not yet known or grasped. Through him it was possible to confront passers-by with facts. And in our conversation I received good and clear signals that he had to agree with my conclusions. So it was not about persuasion, but about real arguments.
It is worth mentioning here that in Islam killing is basically just a stupid reaction to the environment. In Jehovah's Witnesses, however, killing is firmly anchored in Watchtower theology. The religion of the Jehovah's Witnesses is thus the only religion in the world in which killing is theologically justified. The Watchtower Society's hemorrhage murder is the only atrocity of humanity worldwide and at all times not yet recognized as religious murder. While the entire wickedness of humanity is now quite clear, Jehovah's Witnesses have not yet been prosecuted for murder, although they are organized and deliberately organized as a hospital liaison committee to deliberately kill people through manipulation.
Mr. Saraz told me he would paint a picture about my attitude. I am curious. Then I have to go to Heidelberg every Saturday. The conversation with this honest man was refreshing.
After several hours of good arguments also with militant atheists I was at the end of my strength, also because the heat in Heidelberg became unpleasant. But I did not deny myself a conversation with Sandhausen Baptists. They had banners that were very reminiscent of the Jehovah's Witnesses. I had to carefully nail that to their knees.
The bottom line is that there are some church-dividing oddities even among true Christians. But the day in Heidelberg was a surprise for me. Jehovah's Witnesses, alongside real Christians, look like cardboard figures embarrassed by the facts of their own religion. Jehovah's Witnesses really believe they can save their lives by advertising a newspaper publisher. When will they finally wake up?!
And the atheists have to make up their minds. Are they fighting religion or are they fighting Jesus Christ? I don't think they have asked themselves this question consciously yet.