Watchtower Lies Cleaning up No. 188
The Wiesloch Jehovah's Witnesses are ice-cold and hard-boiled. They ignore the bleeding facts from their religion and pretend to be alone in this world. Besides the so-called truth (Watchtower theology) nothing must exist, otherwise Jehovah's Witnesses have lost the game. What Jehovah's Witnesses in Wiesloch do not react to has the effect of garlic on vampires in Jehovah's Witnesses in Heidelberg. Jehovah's Witnesses, if they are not the hardened Jehovah's Witnesses of Wiesloch, immediately recognize that they are from Satan.
In Wiesloch, a man advised me to beat the Jehovah's Witnesses with mockery. His example was: I want to go to hell anyway. I say to that: Jesus never mocked anybody and with the voluntary choice "hell" one only encourages the wacky theses of Jehovah's Witnesses. Only Jesus Christ himself can really beat the Jehovah's Witnesses anyway. Every person will get to know Jesus personally at some point. Then it will be very unpleasant for Jehovah's Witnesses and those who voluntarily want to go to hell. Then it will not be about hard decisions, about punishments or condemnation, but about the simple insight you have about your own life. Then people will realize what they have always so gladly ignored out of consideration for the spirit of the times.
In Heidelberg, a Jehovah's Witness overtook me in the pedestrian zone with his Watchtower Troll and went to a drinking water thing. There he emptied his empties, flushed them and refilled them. During this activity I already stood behind him with my signs and he discovered me relatively late. After he had seen me, he turned around again, probably to calm himself down. Then he turned back to me and read the signs. When he realized that the sayings "Jehovah's Witnesses bleed people to death - Jesus never let anyone bleed to death" expose the Watchtower doctrine with a single blow, he decided to leave the pedestrian zone behind him quickly at a goose step. He greeted me with a strong, confident greeting and tried to run away in the crowd with his Watchtower troll.
At a reasonable distance I walked behind him to the Heidelberg town hall, where he disappeared. The faces of the people, whom we hurried towards and away from at the same time, were often visibly brightened by the sight of my signs. This Jehovah's Witness, too, had immediately recognized that he had sat down to a lie theology and was campaigning for this lie. He will have to let himself be deceived again by the elders of his congregation so that he can again participate without doubt in the spreading of the Watchtower lie.
It is interesting to observe how different the individual regions are in terms of people's reaction to the heresy of the Watchtower Society.