Watchtower Society - Clarification No. 278
Unworthy life was a main theme of National Socialism and unworthy life in Jehovah's Witnesses is anyone who does not meet the demands of the Watchtower Society. Jehovah the Watchtower Doctrine will destroy all who are worthless life. How beautiful it is when in a pedestrian zone no Jehovah's Witnesses stand behind their "holy" Watchtower literature and suck in new victims! It is a wonderful gift from Jehovah's Witnesses that they are not there. Jehovah's Witnesses are no more or less than all people in God's eyes, but they enhance their lives by staying at home during the Christmas season and not covering people up with lies. Thank you for this beautiful Christmas present!
In Bruchsal there was a women's club instead of Jehovah's Witnesses, which - as it turned out in the interview - showed massive features of Freemasonry. However, the ladies were not at all informed about such backgrounds and really thought they could do something good. One passer-by was upset that she was not allowed to participate in this women's club without an examination of convictions. I had the pleasure of telling her that this very test of her convictions is an important rite of Freemasonry. We had a long, interesting conversation.
In Speyer, according to the maxims of the Watchtower Society, unworthy life breathed freedom and well-being to the full. There was no Jehovah's Witness there to hold up to the people the burning hoop of fire through which one must jump after the Watchtower Society to become worth living. If Jehovah's Witnesses have calculated to give people a break from lying at Christmas time, Speyer and I must thank them very much for that. If Jehovah's Witnesses stayed at home only because of the cold, they also gave the people a Christmas present. Wanting or unwanted. Jehovah's Witnesses give gifts to people by staying at home.
The open question is to what extent Jehovah's Witnesses have noticed how senseless their religion is. Are Jehovah's Witnesses just paralyzed like locusts because of the cold and do they stay away because of it or did Jehovah's Witnesses understand something? Are Jehovah's Witnesses so discouraged by facts that they no longer want to sacrifice their time to the Watchtower Society? This open question is answered by Jehovah's Witnesses themselves. Jehovah's Witnesses are so hard ideologized that the possibility of insight and thought is simply zero. As an apple cannot fall upwards, a Jehovah's Witness cannot see anything. Robot remains robot and Jehovah's Witness remains Jehovah's Witness.
Also in Wiesloch nobody from the watchtower squad showed up. The city Wiesloch was clean, clean and free. No liar showed his Watchtower literature and no prince of the Watchtower Society walked through the city with a superior smile. No slaves and no jonadabe of Watchtower ideology molested other people. Somehow the thought comes to mind that Jehovah's Witnesses think something of Christmas after all. They gave everyone a nice Christmas present by staying at home in concert and well organized.
At the discount store I had to wait for a woman who fetched her shopping cart from the canyon in front of me. She turned around and smiled at me until she recognized me. She was one of the most stubborn Jehovah's Witnesses I have ever seen. Her smile froze because I belong to the unworthy life that the Watchtower Jehovah will destroy.
Jehovah's Witnesses, whose hope is the annihilation of all life that does not conform to the Watchtower Doctrine, are themselves afraid of Armageddon, for they can never be sure not to be annihilated themselves. They do not have a clear promise to be saved. Jehovah's Witnesses are only associated supporters of the 144,000, the Watchtower elite. Some of them prefer to commit suicide because they will supposedly have a second chance after Armageddon. Several other Jehovah's Witnesses simply enjoy the power they have within the Watchtower organization. Some are even just followers who smoke a cigarette before and after preaching. As Christians, we can only speculate about what these people hold in the Watchtower society. One factor, however, is certainly the common hope that all those who think differently will soon be destroyed.