Watchtower Lies Cleaning up No. 41
Saturday morning, 9:00. Wiesloch lies Jehovah-like fallow, Jehovah's Witnesses either have their focus during the week or they have worked so hard on me that they take a break today. At half past ten a single Jehovah's Witness appears on the horizon. He moves around the houses, I follow him and ask if it doesn't make him think about belonging to a religion that is already embarrassed by the mention of its core points. He always reacts with the phrase that my allegations are false, but that they are not detailed in a single point. He always repeats the same sentence: "This statement is false!" I make it clear to him that the Watchtower Jesus as second God automatically leads to Jehovah's Witnesses breaking the first commandment 24 hours a day. As small as this second God may be, he is a second God and he is strictly forbidden in the first commandment from time immemorial. (You shall have no other gods beside me!) I tell the Jehovah's Witness that I do not want to hurt him, but only to make him think. He thanks him for the conversation and goes away.
A couple of Jehovah's Witnesses are still standing at the dead Schlecker branch. The man is blind. Therefore I say loudly my text with the recommendation to read Revelation 5,13-14 to realize that it is written there that the whole creation worships Jesus. The two Jehovah's Witnesses leave. The bus driver who observed the process is informed by me whether I am a Jehovah's Witness or not. I set off for Speyer.
In Speyer, the Jehovah's Witnesses resided behind their Watchtower display with only one foreign contact (about 12 or 13 o'clock) during the entire time of the Book Table Sermon Service. Otherwise, only their own people showed up, on the one hand to replace their colleagues, and on the other to bring some human normality into the artificial cramp of the Jehovahist book table. There is "Biblical literature to take away". This supposedly "Biblical literature to take away" is not accepted, even though people don't really know about the antichristian sitemape.
For the first two hours, the Jehovah's Witnesses swam on the wave of their ignorance, whereas they watched me very closely for the last hour and a half. I was literally drowned in the flood of passers-by after I had retreated to the wall of the house behind me to lean on something. That didn't work because a saleswoman checked whether I was leaning, but I had taken a position very similar to that of a Jehovah's Witness in sermon service, only that I didn't hold up foreign literature, but my own sayings.
I've rarely had so much approval as today. Many encouraged me, including two shop assistants from a nearby store. They came all the way up to me to tell me that it's not for nothing what I do. Many would have read it and thought about it. Probably they had heard conversations in their shop about this subject.
But there was also a tough rejection! A man hissed at me while he carried out a hint of a head hook on me with his hand: "They belong locked up! He came back after 20 minutes and kept shouting at me. He could not understand that I was not a Jehovah's Witness at all, as often as I told him. He was so excited that the spit threatened to flow out of his mouth. A real little lake of spit had formed in his mouth. He bumped into the sign with the inscription: "Jehovah's Witnesses hope for the destruction of Christianity". He did not understand that this is a central teaching of the Watchtower Society.
Today was a day when it became very clear that many people do not understand that I am not a Jehovah's Witness. A woman surrounded me and said something like pooh, ba, terrible and so on. After a minute she came back, apologized for insulting me, her husband told her, "He's against Jehovah's Witnesses." I told her that I hadn't even referred those words to me and we talked briefly about her experiences with Jehovah's Witnesses.
Three Christian women came directly with the question of whether I was a Christian. They were also Christians and we rejoiced together. I rewound the individual aphorisms from the three of them by exchanging the signs, and they made signs of agreement. The encouragement was huge today. But the open question of how many understood that I was not a Jehovah's Witness remained oppressively present. The bottom line was that the real Jehovah's Witnesses were virtually invisible. They were degraded to passive spectators. They literally suffocated in their own arrogance and ignorance. No one took notice of them without having read my accusations first. And even many of them didn't even look over to Jehovah's Witnesses.
I pray that the Jehovah's Witnesses will realize how much they only advertise politically and that the commitment to Jesus is something alive that cannot be done by a human organization.
Today was a tough day. Both the duration and the pain in the legs. But there's nothing better than to make Jehovah's Witnesses think. The captivity of Jehovah's Witnesses is terrible. Their own pride is the grid behind which they sit.