Watchtower Society - Clarification No. 212
When a piece of meat on the kitchen table is waiting to be processed, you should cover it well to prevent flies from laying their eggs on it. In a Turkish fast food restaurant I observed flies crawling deep into the salad container to lay their eggs as far down as possible. The Doener chefs didn't see that and stirred the salad a little from time to time, which didn't bother the flies any further, because they were busy laying eggs one floor below, where the salad stirring had hardly any effect.
Once I had prepared myself a delicious pan dish and was about to take a second portion when I discovered two green iridescent, nervous flies. When I took off the lid of the pan I saw the reason for their nervousness. They had laid their eggs where the lid did not close completely - like pearls on a string.
Today brought back all these memories as ten Jehovah's Witnesses gradually came out of their holes. Jehovah's Witnesses left again almost immediately today when they saw me. In front of the Volksbank I was able to hold up the facts about Jehovah's Witnesses for a few minutes: "Jehovah's Witnesses do not decapitate - Jehovah's Witnesses bleed to death". Every time Jehovah's Witnesses left, other Jehovah's Witnesses came from other corners and disappeared with the others. But in different directions!
This strange behavior of Jehovah's Witnesses in Wiesloch really has a certain kinship with the behavior one is accustomed to flying. You hit the table with a fly swatter and in unexpected places flies take flight. This is how I experienced the Jehovah's Witnesses in Wiesloch today.
Could it be that Jehovah's Witnesses in Wiesloch have a certain traffic jam they can hardly work through? They hide like ten flies in Wiesloch to be able to write down at least a few hours of sermon service!
There wasn't a single Jehovah's Witness in Heidelberg. In Wiesloch, Jehovah's Witnesses disappeared after a few minutes. Did you know that an ordinary housefly is really capable of learning?