Watchtower Society – Clarification No. 231

Wiesloch: Jehovah's Witnesses – New Instructions

New statements from above

The Watchtower Society takes care of its sheep by misinforming them. For years, many Jehovah's Witnesses demanded that I keep a certain distance. This requirement ranged from a distance of 10 meters to a distance of 250 meters, which I supposedly had to maintain with the police. This misinformation given to Jehovah's Witnesses by the Watchtower Society includes the fairy tale that Jehovah's Witnesses should not be photographed. What a monkey's dance that was every time with screaming, police and threatened trial. Even individual police officers were so badly informed that they threatened me with a 24-hour stay in a cell, as happened in Bruchsal. The point there, however, was that I was not allowed to say anything. The personnel number of the police officer concerned was supposedly 0815. He claimed that I could not exceed a certain volume level. When I asked him how loud I could talk, he said he was not a measuring device.

After Jehovah's Witnesses' "emergency" calls" for some time have not been readily accepted by the police for being photographed, the Watchtower Society has issued new codes of conduct that, with a little luck, could lead some photographs published on to offer the Jehovah's Legal Department a handle to sue me for omission. With very few exceptions, Jehovah's Witnesses switch from sermon service to private when they see me photographing them. Jehovah's Witnesses instantly become private individuals who go to the bookstore or look at a shop window or buy apples and pears. If I continue to photograph the departure of Jehovah's Witnesses and publish the images, the Watchtower Society could, with much argumentation, claim that Jehovah's Witnesses are being photographed as private individuals and that this is discrimination. In this way, the Watchtower Society could use medium-heavy court artillery to obtain a verdict against me.

But here and now I can already characterize the envisaged legal framework of the new Wiesloch Watchtower Strategy as absurd. If someone goes public with a certain concern, he cannot switch his public status to private status within a very short time. This change within seconds is only camouflage, a disguise, especially as three corners of a house further on this private status can be reversed. The tactic of the so-called warlist is an institution of deliberate deception for Jehovah's Witnesses and here it is applied once again.

The signs of Jehovah's Witnesses' strategic reorientation in terms of being photographed are:

  • Jehovah's Witnesses suddenly line up in completely different places, so that one cannot argue that even this ancestral propaganda place indicates that Jehovah's Witnesses are travelling in public and not privately.
  • Jehovah's Witnesses have recently become totally calm, when they are photographed, don't shout anymore, don't call the police anymore and don't threaten the lawyer anymore.
  • Jehovah's Witnesses immediately leave their ministry stand and pretend they have something much more important to do.
  • Jehovah's Witnesses wander through the entire pedestrian zone in full watchtower outfit (knowing facial expression, tie, heavy shoulder bag) to put a letter in the mailbox, and then disappear.
  • All Jehovah's Witnesses do not reappear at all after their actions of being photographed. They release the pedestrian zone, probably hoping to have reached their destination and successfully fed the bait to me.

Photographing Jehovah's Witnesses who are recognizably on their way as private individuals cannot be the goal of this website. If this has ever been the case, I would like to emphasize that I am in no way interested in discriminating against Jehovah's Witnesses on the basis of their religion. But if I did, that would be the only legal circumstance currently available that would enable the Watchtower Society to legally prosecute me. The Watchtower Society's best hope, of course, is the idea that such a lawsuit would force the website to shut down.

Jehovah's Witnesses in Wiesloch today were amazingly quiet and didn't make a fuss when I photographed them. Rather, they seemed to enjoy it, which can only be explained by the fact that they associated it with a certain hope. A Jehovah's Witness who greeted another Jehovah's Witness briefly in front of the Schlecker ruin staggered as if she were drunk. She walked right past me and I told her, "You seem drunk." She didn't respond to it at all and just staggered on. Very strange! Had she eaten too little or had she taken any drugs? Or was she under some other influence?

Anyway, I met this Jehovah's Witness for the first time ever as an alleged private person. Perhaps she only played her intoxication to make me write about her in a very negative way in my report, so that a legal handle on discrimination could possibly emerge. I have indeed found quite harsh words in previous reports for the behaviour of this Jehovah's Witness, for she has always and without exception demonstrated a very snobbish and rigid Jehovah's Witness pride.

Legal assessment

Jehovah's Witnesses regularly go public to spread the Watchtower religion. This makes them people of public interest who can also be photographed if you want to report about them. Although these people can make the artificial change from public to private status, they do not change the legal basis in such a way that they are suddenly no longer allowed to be photographed. To realize within seconds that the public status of Jehovah's Witnesses no longer exists cannot be demanded or legally enforced, especially in the confrontation with this clientele, which is well versed in all tricky measures. For then every critical observer of Jehovah's Witnesses becomes a hand puppet with which the Watchtower Society can play at will.

The Jehovah's Witnesses' new strategy of being photographed is similar to a restaurant owner who, as he pleases, opens his shop, then closes it, then reopens it, while the guests are still sitting at the table. Likewise, no lawyer in court can suddenly impersonate a private person and sip his drink in Bermuda shorts. It is also impossible for a hairdresser to change his business name in between and become a butcher, so that one has to be afraid for his ears at times. The Jehovah's Witnesses' strategy of obtaining a legal handle by somehow and at some point accusing me of discriminating against Jehovah's Witnesses as private individuals shows that several heads of the organization are concerned with how to stop reporting Jehovah's Witnesses.

Who knows, maybe one day they will accuse me of discriminating against Jehovah's Witnesses by publishing their faces pixelated. Then I would suddenly have to prove that I only made this pixelation because of the constant threats of Jehovah's Witnesses. What a funny back and forth!

Jehovah's Witnesses are convinced that the Watchtower Society has still dealt with every problem and that it will eliminate me and other critics as well. The endless chain of court cases artfully arranged by the Watchtower Society is a factor of pride for Jehovah's Witnesses. It is noticeable, however, that the Watchtower Society does not boast of having camouflaged its many bleeding murders so well that no public prosecutor has yet begun any investigations. Nor can she, because it would show her true face – easily recognizable even to Jehovah's Witnesses themselves.

Backgrounds of Watchtower Strategies

To substantiate the above assumptions objectively, I quote here from the book "False Witnesses Stand Against Me – Thirty Years Slave of the Watchtower" by William J. Schnell, Christliche Verlagsanstalt, Konstanz, 1986. This book was given to me by Manfred.

Page 96

Intentional martyrdom


In order to arouse the attention of fellow human beings, one had to create a kind of state of war with the help of books and brochures and thereby create the impression that one was being persecuted. ...

It was now part of the Watchtower Society's carefully planned policy to make Jehovah's Witnesses hated by the people. ... This was to put Jehovah's Witnesses in a position where they would stand as martyrs for the cause of religion. ...

... The state of New Jersey appeared as the appropriate area in which to "accuse the lions" and, hopefully, be stamped a martyr.

Page 107

The Griffin trial was the first, but by no means the last, victory of the Jehovah's Witnesses. ...

The Company did not miss any opportunity to emphasize the importance of its victory. If one reads the Watchtower literature from 1936 onwards, one will see how it presents everything and everything as God's doing to it. She boasted that her enemies were being used by God to organize ... to establish. ... In the Watchtower literature of that time it was openly ridiculed that police chiefs, city fathers, courts, bourgeois groups ... and finally even the Supreme Court were manoeuvred into situations where they could be used by the organization as instruments for establishing theocracy.

So one can confidently regard changes in behavior that occur simultaneously and in a conspicuously coordinated manner in Jehovah's Witnesses as a sign that something has moved in the leadership floors of the Watchtower Society. So far, the Watchtower Society has felt comfortable up there enforcing the photo ban on Jehovah's Witnesses. Now, however, it has become clear that the police are not going out to protect Jehovah's Witnesses from being photographed. Jehovah's Witnesses, as Watchtower propagandists, are indeed people of public interest. They go public to be seen, not not to be seen. The disgraceful shame of having to pixel Jehovah's Witnesses on critical websites like criminals is the logical consequence of the madness that the Watchtower Society is pursuing.

Surely one can reproach me for having only prevented a possibly threatening court case with the side of today. You can see it that way. But much more important for me is a court case in which the Watchtower Society takes action against the allegation:

Jehovah's Witnesses don't decapitate. Jehovah's Witnesses bleed to death.

I am waiting for this trial, because in this trial the work of the Watchtower religion will be recognized and all the bleeding murders of Jehovah's Witnesses will have to be rolled up. Murder is not time-barred.


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