Watchtower Society - Clarification No. 253
What time do you have to get up to watch out for Jehovah's Witnesses trying to infiltrate commuters at Walldorf-Wiesloch station? I was there shortly after eight o'clock. But the Jehovah's Witnesses did not show up. The number of Jehovah's Witnesses is still far too small to be considered a religion, otherwise such fluctuations would not occur in their presence. And just like the unbelievably confused Watchtower logic, the behavior of the people who are in bondage to her changes. Today a good old spy film was announced in Wiesloch. Live replayed in the pedestrian zone.
The most photo-shy Jehovah's Witness immediately repacked the Watchtower when she saw me and dedicated herself and her angry husband to a game of hide-and-seek in Wiesloch. First they went into a cafe and, as soon as I was no longer there, came out to walk around back towards Woolworth. There they played shopping in the presence of me. After 45 minutes it was too boring for me and I sat down on the bench near the cafÃ© they had first chosen as cover.
Here came up a man who seriously looked like Jehovah's Witness. But I thought it was just an employee of the bank. But when he fetched a Watchtower brochure from his precious leather case in front of the Volksbank, I photographed him. That shocked him greatly, but he was informed that as a Jehovah's Witness doing sermon service, he was a public man and remained calm. But his gaze was as dark as the night.
After about 45 minutes of sermon service, Jehovah's Witness disappeared as suddenly as a thief. I had only turned around briefly to see who was coming from the other side and the man was gone. I could just hurry around the corner and take a picture of him from behind in order to be able to represent the process vividly. Afterwards I had a longer conversation with a passer-by and wanted to go home. But at the Schleckerruine he stood again, Jehovah's Witness with the noble tie. When he saw me, he sat down immediately and as automatically in motion and disappeared hurriedly.
Then I met him again in a T-shirt at Lidl and he was very friendly towards me. He was the first Jehovah's Witness to whom I was able to tell at close range that Jehovah's Witnesses only look embarrassing when they tower up like thieves.
The Jehovah's Witnesses in Heidelberg reacted quite differently. They greeted me with joyful, long proclamations: "Oh, there he is again! We waited so long for him. He's a really great pike!" The atmosphere that was to be felt reminded strongly of Stammtisch and Helau and Alaaf. - When people make fun of each other!
But in the end they disappeared like their counterparts in Wiesloch. I only turned around briefly and they were swallowed by the ground. In the sudden disappearance, Jehovah's Witnesses are world champions. Perhaps this has something to do with the fact that, according to the Watchtower Society, they are the grasshoppers from the round . Whoever comes out of the abyss can also quickly disappear into it again. It is phenomenal how Jehovah's Witnesses can disappear without a trace in a few seconds.
A little boy, whose father was watching from a distance of 5 meters, asked me what I was doing. I told him that this was a one-man demo against the anti-Christian religion of the Watchtower Society and that he would have to learn about it over time to understand it. A young man approached me from the side, looking forward to the report. I did not understand immediately. He meant the report on the Internet at webmick.de. I was very pleased that someone was there who knew what it was about and where it would be reflected. He repeated that he was looking forward to the report and I, for my part, was very pleased.
The first highlight of the day was the haggard Jehovah's Witness from the higher levels of the Watchtower religion, who turned out to be a very friendly person at the accidental meeting at Lidl in Wiesloch. Even if he is branded like every Jehovah's Witness, i.e. he is burned with a brand so that he cannot/may no longer recognize the most normal things, I could have made friends with him immediately.
The second highlight of the day was the young man in Heidelberg, who delighted me with his announcement that he knows this website and is looking forward to today's report.
The low point of the day was the behavioural parallel between the fair Jehovah's Witnesses in Wiesloch and the unfair Jehovah's Witnesses in Heidelberg. They all left as if they had something to hide and as if they had something to hide. That is the lot of Jehovah's Witnesses. The Watchtower Society turns them into people who have to disappear like thieves.