Watchtower Society - Clarification No. 237
Basically, a certain superficial lethargy has established itself. Jehovah's Witnesses pretend that there is no criticism of their lies at all, and they simply do their thing business-wise. They like to stand up with their backs to me and deal with themselves. They photograph each other and talk about the weather. Jehovah's Witnesses are so relaxed and calm. That is the basic tenor of their appearance. As one Jehovah's Witness wrote by e-mail: "We are millions of times superior to you."
A young Christian woman who had not even seen Jehovah's Witnesses handed me a piece of paper and wanted to know why I was protesting against the Lord's Supper. (My signs were: "Jehovah's Witnesses must refuse bread and wine - Anti Last Supper - Antichrist".) After my brief explanation, she understood that I am a Christian and protested against the Jehovah's Witnesses' Anti-Cenacle Meal.
When we talked about it, I was approached by the police officers who had been called by a Jehovah's Witness because she imagined that she would not be allowed to be photographed as a Jehovah's Witness. I told the young Christian what was going to happen. Fortunately, however, it did not go as far as I had formulated it. The problem was then solved in a half hour discussion without "arrest" or the like.
But the police put a lot of pressure on me to get me to erase the photos of Jehovah's Witnesses on the spot. Except for the disparaging remarks of the policewoman, everything remained within the bounds of the tolerable. The only annoying thing was that the policewoman kept on speaking to me and did not allow me to explain the legal situation. Everything I said was not valid for her.
A side effect of the coercive measure requested by Jehovah's Witness but not carried out was the incredible presence of the Enlightenment with the signs directly on a busy street. All drivers who stopped at the zebra crossing read my signs. And at this crosswalk in Wiesloch every car has to stop during the day. And the two police officers next to me also served as eye-catchers. This resulted in a picture that greatly enhanced the educational work.
Jehovah's Witnesses waited at the entrance of the Savings Bank for the entire hour until a decision was made on the deletion of Jehovah's Witnesses' photos. They had long since collapsed their Watchtower trolley and waited only for their triumph, namely for the police to enforce their alleged right to their own image. These women really believed that their publicity for the Watchtower Society was a purely private matter that no one had to photograph. But it was not clear to them that their religious commitment to the Watchtower organization made them public figures. The Watchtower Society deliberately misinformed Jehovah's Witnesses. Many Jehovah's Witnesses, for example, firmly believe that I have to keep a certain distance. That there is no law about such things and not even a court order is irrelevant to Jehovah's Witnesses. They are being fed false information by the Watchtower Society.
Unfortunately, these misinformed people incur unnecessary costs by getting state power to investigate their flimsy allegations. The police have often had to deal with the exaggerated personal claims of Jehovah's Witnesses. Once, in the Speyer pedestrian zone, a concealed informer forced me by force to delete his photo. In Heidelberg, a Swiss Jehovah's Witness who also thought he was not allowed to be photographed in the sermon service reported me. In Bruchsal, Jehovah's Witnesses often called the police and told their horror stories about me. The whole thing usually ended with a hearty laugh, because the situation comedy left nothing to be desired. And police officers are also people with a sense of humour.
The ancient tactic of the Watchtower Society is to portray Jehovah's Witnesses as poor victims. It is used to advertise that so many Jehovah's Witnesses died in concentration camps. But the fact that the Watchtower Society changed its strategy after the ignorant rejection of a written offer of cooperation to Hitler's eyes, with the result that Jehovah's Witnesses had to be arrested, is not mentioned. But it is a fact that the Watchtower Society itself has taken great care to provoke conflicts that have led to the arrest of Jehovah's Witnesses.
The same applies to the blood doctrine of the Watchtower Society, which has the sole purpose of killing people for religious reasons. Here, too, the actual meaning of the doctrine is overplayed. Jehovah's Witnesses do not drink human blood. Nobody drinks human blood. For this reason, the blood doctrine of the Watchtower Society only has its meaning in that it can kill people with impunity. Now one may object that it is everyone's own decision to accept or reject a blood transfusion in an emergency. But this is not the case with Jehovah's Witnesses. The Watchtower Society organizes hospital liaison committees that influence all those affected until they finally reject the rescuing blood transfusion.
This manipulative and organized intervention of the Watchtower Society is murder. It is organized so that Jehovah's Witnesses have no chance in an emergency to decide in favor of the rescuing blood transfusion. The state does not pursue these murders. No public prosecutor considers it necessary to investigate the actions of the hospital liaison committees. The murders by bleeding to death carried out by the Watchtower Society are not an issue that could interest the state. Here, too, we see the enormous potential for fraud that the Watchtower Society has at its disposal. Jehovah's Witnesses have put so much sand in the eyes of the state that they are even recognized as public corporations.
We have two religions in the world that kill people on a religious level. That is Islam and the Watchtower religion. And the Watchtower Society has managed to disguise its murderous activities as pure piety to this day. All the human sacrifices that this organization has demanded and continues to demand do not play a role in public morality and state law.
Why doesn't the Watchtower Society take legal action against my claim that Jehovah's Witnesses bleed people to death? Because it knows full well that the ensuing trial would finally lead to Jehovah's Witnesses having the legally protected label "Blood Killer" affixed.
With their public appearance, Jehovah's Witnesses leave the status of private individuals and enter the status of people of public interest. They are like politicians who campaign. Jehovah's Witnesses go public to be seen and to influence people. The dearest thing they imagine is that they should not be critically observed, let alone photographed. And if they can get away with letting people bleed to death with impunity, why shouldn't they put the police in front of their carts by demanding their supposed right to their own image?