Watchtower Lies Cleaning up No. 220
We know the sales ploy with free samples and free offers from products such as magical cleaning products, miracle drugs and other fantasies. What has no value needs special marketing. The Watchtower Society's new website and the Jehovah's Witnesses' vendor's tray-like sack trucks may not be particularly modern and sensational. But the Watchtower Society has gone to a lot of trouble when it comes to marketing.
Since these newer efforts of the Watchtower Society could not achieve much, the Faithful and Intelligent Slave systematically drives his unpaid people again to devote themselves to preaching regularly and against all signs of senselessness. The Jehovah's Witnesses in Bruchsal have no problem with this, because they have always been unwavering in their street program. These people look at the hours they can boast of in front of the rest of the assemblies. They are not interested in seeing any effect in their actions and real successes.
And yet Jehovah's Witnesses in Bruchsal devote themselves with devotion to the people in rare one-on-one conversations in order to draw them to their side. They repeat what they have rehearsed and are empathic. They bring up all the patience they can muster, for at the end of the conversation Jehovah's Witnesses stand there again, miserably bored and looking at the opposite wall of the house. Often the interested people with whom Jehovah's Witnesses talk patiently for hours are people who give the strong impression that Jehovah's Witnesses paid them for this role play.
D., a 23-year-old junkie, spent a remarkably long time at the Jehovah's Witness bookstall. The Jehovah's Witnesses with their expensive caps gave him all available attention. A game in public. An example of Jehovah's Witnesses' incredible commitment to people. With serious faces and great kindness, they answered D.'s every question. A great example was set up in the Bruchsal pedestrian zone and D., who didn't pass as an interested person at all, approached me at the end and asked if I enjoyed holding up the signs. We then had a good conversation and I realized that D. had not the slightest interest in the Watchtower Society and Jehovah's Witnesses.
The Jehovah's Witnesses in Bruchsal are coldly pulling through their hour table and feel in no way affected by the fact that apart from killing Islam they are the only religion in the world that brings people to their deaths in a theologically justified and very organized way. Their goal is the dazzling achievement, the outstanding example, the great triumph in comparison with other assemblies. The denied ignorance of the futility of the Watchtower doctrine is the horse that carries it. Against any human insight, they pursue the high gloss in the statistics of the Watchtower Society.
Jehovah's Witnesses in Bruchsal are advertisers of death. They recruit new participants who, with the Watchtower baptism, affirm the organized bleeding of those who would have needed a blood transfusion in an emergency. Anyone seduced by the Watchtower doctrine confirms their own attitude to death, which approves of systematic bleeding to death. She has no doubt, however, that Jehovah's Witnesses have almost only fictitious conversations at their bookstall. These people love religious murder.