Watchtower Lies Cleaning up No. 209
At Christmas, the Watchtower Trolleys are - if at all - only in the goose step on the way. Nobody knows what made this man trot through the Heidelberg pedestrian zone with his little propaganda cart yesterday. After a short time I followed him. He was no longer seen!
In Wiesloch, the Jehovah's Witness scene is more predictable. Although Jehovah's Witnesses here are only lonely lone warriors who are under pressure to perform and therefore in competition with each other, they are more like a conspiratorial club due to the provincial nature of the city of Wiesloch. In Heidelberg we have a large number of religious actors with high fluctuation. In Wiesloch it is rather a small, manageable gymnastics club.
A very sympathetic Jehovah's Witness to me stood quite individually and not the Wiesloch Jehovah's Witness customs according to the front at the bridge over the Leimbach. The confrontation with the signs "Jehovah's Witnesses do not decapitate" and "Jehovah's Witnesses bleed to death" he bravely stood for about 25 minutes. His lips were constantly moving. Were they curses? Were they prayers to the Watchtower God?
A man joined him and finally invited him for a cup of coffee. The appearance of this man was rather critical. Perhaps this man could tell Jehovah's Witness something that could make him change his mind. We don't know.
Then a Christian came into the pedestrian zone and radiated a completely different being: with joy and without stress, without hourly report, without compulsion, without pressure to have to save himself by appearing as a newspaper stand. This Christian already bears witness through the freedom with which he appears. Behind this Christian there is no organization, no world government thought, no hope to take over the houses of the unbelievers at any time.
Meanwhile, up at the post office, two Jehovah's Witnesses were playing the hour. When they read my signs, they visibly had to try to keep their composure. The obvious fact that the Watchtower religion produced fatalities like beheading Islam was a violent blow to them. But as Jehovah's Witnesses are: They put that away and are then completely inspired by the Org, which promises them eternal life on this earth.
A strangely dressed Muslim - his trousers were rather a woman's dress - walked threateningly towards me and avoided me only two meters away. I remembered that Muslims had already kicked people dead because they hadn't looked shamefaced at the ground. A queasy feeling.
A picture-book full beard Muslim came from above at the next encounter with the Muslim woman's dress and handed him a cigarette. The full beard Muslim passed me less threateningly.
In both cases I had the feeling that these Muslims were refugees. Why did these people permanently walk up and down the pedestrian zone? Do they want to get people used to being confronted with Muslims all the time?
A third refugee Muslim stopped in front of me and asked strictly: "Do you speak english?" I affirmed. He pointed to the sign "Jehovah's Witnesses do not decapitate" and said: "Wrong! Behead NOT!" I replied: "Yes exactly, so I wrote it!" What's surprising is the fact that this person doesn't speak German, but understands the word "behead". Very strange.
When the going gets tough, Jehovah's Witnesses have the best chance of survival in the confrontation with beheading Islam because of their Islam-related teachings. Unless, of course, the Watchtower-Org determines total resistance, as it did in Hitler's time, after the cooperation was not wanted. This was exactly the case with Hitler. The Watchtower Society offered Mr. Hitler cooperation, and after the letter was ignored, the Watchtower Org sent the Jehovah's Witnesses to the concentration camp by ordering open resistance.
It is noticeable that in Wiesloch, not only in the pedestrian zone, I noticed a number of young Muslims who constantly walked around as if they had something important in mind. I was struck by the feeling that a certain omnipresence of these people was to be systematically demonstrated.
These are only observations of an uninvolved person. The strange scam of the wandering young Muslims is actually not my topic at all. It is not my thing to observe refugees. But the behaviour of these people was very conspicuous.
In the end I stood together with the Christian and the strict Muslim passed by. At a distance of 30 meters he turned around and watched us. He made a thoughtful impression. These people may be more accessible for clear thoughts than Jehovah's Witnesses.