Watchtower Lies Cleaning up No. 354
Today I held up the sign in Heidelberg: "What is a serial murder religion?" This announcement struck like a bomb. Jehovah's Witnesses fought for their composure. The poor man hastily rolled up the rain cover over his rolling watchtower literature. Below, he did not even smooth the cover. Probably a feeling like a half-slipped pair of underpants that you can't get your hands on without undressing completely. And that in public.
Again, there were no Jehovah's Witnesses at Walldorf-Wiesloch station. But I did. Unfortunately I did not have the heart to hold up the signs here even without the presence of the Jehovah's liars, because it seemed like harassment to me. So I drove to Speyer without having achieved anything. In Speyer I am used to showing the signs, even though Jehovah's Witnesses have long since piled up. That was wonderful again today. People are reacting more and more positively and sympathetically. A man intercepted me right at the beginning and inquired in detail about the connections. The initial rejection gives way to an ever brighter light, oh, I have prescribed myself, of course I meant: ... gives way to an ever stronger understanding.
Later in Heidelberg I met harmless Jehovah's Witnesses, carefully hidden behind an ATM house. Already at the first photo attempts the two young ladies left and the man remained alone. When I walked towards him with the sign "What's a serial murder religion?" he was cramped, self-controlled and hectic. He clumsily put the evening rain cover over his paper treasures and rolled away. At that moment the two Jehovah ladies came back and two women approached me. One from the right, one from the left. Both were very pleased that I resisted the Jehovah's Witnesses. I thanked them and went after the Jehovah's Witnesses marching away.
Until they disappeared into a shop I accompanied them with my signs and the passers-by got a lot to think about. This could be seen in their eyes. Suddenly two powerful princes of the Watchtower Society appeared in front of the shop. I knew one of them from Wiesloch. I called after them: "Jehovah's Witnesses kill people with the help of a cannibalism law that does not exist in the Bible."The two princes of the Watchtower Society remained completely untouched. Icy cold.
After being frustrated once again by the much too fast departure of the Watchtower liars, I decided to show the signs in Heidelberg even without them. So I went down and up the pedestrian zone of Heidelberg with the upheld signs. That was relatively exhausting, because the Heidelberg pedestrian zone is very long. I didn't care what people would think of me. The looks told me that I was doing the right thing.
Today I received several lessons on patience. I have to admit that I have absolutely no patience. And in the end what I want doesn't count. When the Watchtower Society will be exposed worldwide as a serial murder religion remains open.