Watchtower Society - Clarification No. 232
At first the impression could arise around 10:00 o'clock, as if today in Speyer the dance of the vampires would be cancelled. But punctually at 10:00 o'clock Jehovah's Witnesses came from all directions and fulfilled their advertising order. Not in the sense that it was about people, but only in the sense that hours were spent to help them survive in the imminent Armageddon. When I walked up to Jehovah's Witnesses at a proper distance (not 250 meters) and held up my signs, an old lady who was sitting on the bench of a bus stop spoke to me. Her speech was one big disappointed wink. She had gone through all the Watchtower developments.
The appearance of the Jehovah's Witnesses in Speyer today was a real large-scale attack according to the current and yet decades-old pattern. No one talked to Jehovah's Witnesses and the show took place as if there was no one else but Jehovah's Witnesses in Speyer. I, too, was completely ignored, even when I photographed Jehovah's Witnesses or addressed a few informative sentences to them.
Several times a patrol car drove by and I got the impression that the officers were amazed how long the guy with the signs was still standing. I lasted almost three hours in the best warning conditions. The people took note of the situation and only an old woman gave me a sigh of relief. She told me to read the March Watchtower once, then I wouldn't hold up the sign anymore: "Jehovah's Witnesses bleed to death".
Jehovah's Witnesses sat bored in the chairs they had brought with them or just stood around. When someone came near them, they gestured invitingly around, but no one responded. Even the old Jehovah's Witness, whom I had seen at the beginning without a watchtower and only with an empty sermon folder, did not show up and let the others do all the standing alone. Apparently I was the only one who had an entertaining morning. If you hold up such brutal facts as "Jehovah's Witnesses don't decapitate, Jehovah's Witnesses bleed to death" then it doesn't get boring.
The bottom line, however, was that nothing but humans from the Watchtower doctrine warned of anything of importance. Jehovah's Witnesses willingly formed the backdrop to my urgent warning and the weather was fine. The only result that is relevant to Jehovah's Witnesses are a few noted hours, which then sink into the big statistics. Only the renaissance of the Jehovah's Bookstall in Speyer is enough to hang a jacket on him. Weak. Quite weak.
With a little imagination, it may still be possible to construct how dust-dry elders with ties sit together and discuss how they can finally end the confrontation with the truth. One says: We must bore him to death! Everyone agrees and that is how it is decided. But the warning of the Watchtower heresy never gets boring, because the warning of the humans is a size of its own, which does not depend at all on the non-actions of the Jehovah's Witnesses.
The only sad thing is the penetration with which Jehovah's Witnesses are repeatedly brought into line in order to face the public embarrassment again and again. The oppressive brainwashing within the Masonic-inspired Watchtower organization kills one's own thinking. Thank God one can still warn the people who have not yet fallen into the Watchtower religion.