Watchtower Lies Cleaning up No. 52
Is it really true that the earthly paradise of the Watchtower Society is only a political construct from the pen of Freemasonry? Obviously, yes, because Jehovah's Witnesses refuse to appear when there's an election campaign. They shy away from the obviousness of their political pursuit of world domination alongside the normal political parties.
In order to verify the hypothesis of the previous page, I was naturally interested in answering the question of whether Jehovah's Witnesses shy away from comparison with normal political parties or not. And indeed! Not a single Jehovah's Witness was to be seen in Wiesloch and Speyer. In Bruchsal the Jehovah's Witnesses had moved with their campaign stand into a corner far outside. Even after we had met by chance, they tried to trick us not to reveal their new location.
Two Jehovah's Witnesses approached me with two cups of coffee each and went straight in a certain direction. Further away they separated so that I could only go after one of them. I saw the Jehovah's coffee cup wearer move away and turned left, then I was surprised to see that he came towards me again with his coffee cups in the parallel street. Then he hit another eight around another block of houses in the Bruchsal pedestrian zone to hang me out. But her stand was easy to find at the "end of the world". There I tried to hold up two signs, but the Jehovah's Witnesses, who were as good as alone with themselves there, didn't appreciate the signs at all.
I then drove to Speyer to check whether Jehovah's Witnesses were staying in the pedestrian zone. That was not the case. Not a single Jehovah's Witness was to be seen in Wiesloch either.
From all these facts it can be concluded that Jehovah's Witnesses strictly avoid the parallels between them and the political parties. The public must not get the impression that Jehovah's Witnesses are only carrying out an earthly project. There is hardly anyone with them who really believes in God, but only those who expect something from the earthly purpose of the Watchtower doctrine. The religious presentation is only a kind of accessory that is supposed to conceal the utopia of the Watchtower fiction and fulfill the Masonic idea of a counter-religion.
Jesus said: My kingdom is not of this world. Jehovah's Witnesses are building an earthly kingdom and trying to realize this earthly kingdom through constant propaganda. They claim that they are by no means political, but their work only amounts to the assumption of world domination.