Horned animal on the wall

The home of Jehovah's Witnesses is adorned with small creatures watching you from the wall. You can get this impression by looking into the Watchtower for October 15, 2001 and there on page 16.

On closer inspection, the boy has hidden a strange monkey creature in his hairstyle and you can see, if you look closely, that the back of his head has been enlarged by retouching.

The extension at the back of the boy's head symbolizes the mental tumor nailed to the brain of every Jehovah's Witness. Once this mental tumor is set, no Jehovah's Witness can reverse it on his own. Then the Jehovah's Witness has reached a state where he considers every truth and every proof a danger and prefers to call the police rather than think for a moment. Whoever carries this Jehovah's tumor in his head can no longer accept reality, but must see the Masonic Watchtower fictions as real life. The everyday life of Jehovah's Witnesses is accordingly distorted and skewed. Jehovah's Witnesses are sick people. Jehovah's Witnesses bleed people to death for their religion and promote a bleeding and murder organization.

Jehovah's Witnesses do not only reveal their true intentions in their illustrations by shaking hands, but they also consistently follow up with deeds. In every city there are people who know someone who had to bleed to death far too early for the Watchtower religion. When will this MURDER-ORGANisation finally be called to account? Are the legal authorities that wanted to prohibit the circumcision of Jewish boys ever able to protect people from the Watchtower murder organization?

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