Watchtower Lies Cleaning up No. 219
One of my colleagues told me that Jehovah's Witnesses like to stand at Walldorf/Wiesloch station to infiltrate people. Jehovah's Witnesses reacted to his attempt to photograph them with a ban. It would be embarrassing to be photographed as a Jehovah's Witness at the sermon service. How embarrassing!
Today, Jehovah's Witnesses once again stood at Walldorf/Wiesloch station and could not prevent their death being reported to them on signs. The travelers reacted curiously and just as one of them started talking to me, the Jehovah's Witnesses packed up their mobile vendor's tray and left.
We have two religions in the world that kill people: Islam and Watchtower Religion. Decapitating Muslims and bleeding Jehovah's Witnesses can shake hands. Some rage like outraged young people, others are tricky and finely tuned, as most politicians are used to. Jehovah's Witnesses take emergency action against their victim - organized as a hospital liaison committee - and convince the bleeding person with every effort that he must let himself bleed to death. In this way, the saving blood transfusion is prevented from this dying person in a practical and targeted way. Doctors and medical staff are also infiltrated. The end result is death by bleeding if the patient is not saved by a miracle.
The film "Bad Blood" is used by Jehovah's Witnesses to cite side effects and complications against the assumption of blood transfusion. Jehovah's Witnesses see their murders confirmed by bleeding to death in this way, even from the worldly side. The religious justification by the Watchtower Society has existed for a long time and lacks any theological basis. What life must be given back to God when foreign blood is taken in? The life of the blood donor? Did the blood donor die while donating blood?
And which side effects and complications were prevented by enforcing the blood doctrine of the Watchtower Society can no longer be determined, because the patient is dead. This is, of course, a glorious result if all possible side effects and complications of a blood transfusion could be prevented by the Watchtower death.
While the Jehovah's Witnesses standing at Walldorf/Wiesloch station quickly got cold feet, the Jehovah's Witnesses standing in front of the Volksbank in the Wiesloch pedestrian zone ignored the statements: "Jehovah's Witnesses do not decapitate. Jehovah's Witnesses bleed to death." Many passers-by were pleased with the public criticism of the Jehovah's Witnesses religion and one said: "Islam is not better!"
Will these Jehovah people ever realize that organized advocacy for the bleeding to death of Jehovah's Witnesses is bare murder? When will the day come when the Watchtower blood doctrine will be exposed worldwide as what it really is? Jehovah's Witnesses make a religious demand that costs people their lives. And if this person still wants to save himself through a blood transfusion, Jehovah's Witnesses prevent him from doing so by persuading him until he is finally dead.
It remains to be hoped that the love of truth will grow in more and more people and that the then honest perception of the facts will finally lead to the Watchtower Society's laying of the religious murder craft.
The German government has opened the next round of the anti-Christian fight by limiting cash transactions to 5,000 euros. The abolition of cash is tantamount to the end-time state predicted in the Bible.
Revelation 13:16-17 And it makes them all, the small and the great, the rich and the poor, the free and the slaves, to make themselves a sign on their right hand or on their foreheads and that no one can buy or sell unless he has the mark, namely the name of the beast or the number of his name.
"And it makes them ... make a mark on their right hand or on their forehead ..."
This means that politics organises it in such a way that people believe that they have reasonably made the decision themselves: "Cash must be abolished!" The path leading to this decision is, of course, the forcing of crime and terror through the mixing of different cultures, which seems artificial not least because of the activities of the Chancellor. The second (this time man-made) Babylonian linguistic confusion is an integral part of this politically not undesirable development.
The apparently desired artificial confrontation of cultures will create a great uncertainty that will develop into an overwhelming hopelessness. On this foundation of social chaos, people will no longer find it difficult to accept the anti-Christian decision to abolish cash as a necessary evil. The abolition of cash is one of the most important steps on the way to a technically feasible world domination. The German government has indeed taken the first step towards the abolition of bagels.
By the way: Facebook can be seen as the trial run of this anti-Christian development by the grace of Freemasonry. Facebook has also managed to elicit personal data and thus independence from people on a voluntary basis. The pattern fits. The template is the same and the way to world domination over the abolition of cash has been practically tested. Facebook has demonstrated the voluntariness of the people in a real way.
Once cash is abolished, no one can buy or sell unless they are allowed to do so from a higher level. Then you will no longer be able to donate five euros to an outsider in the pedestrian zone. Then the world government will be able to understand every step the individual takes. If a critical person can suddenly no longer pay at the cash desk of the discounter because he has been blocked, he has received his death sentence. He no longer needs to be notified by letter. He experiences his exclusion from society when he tries to pay at the cash desk.
If cash is abolished, the anti-democratic apparatus of the European Union today will look like an orphan boy.
Happy is he who is over 60 today.
PS: I have just been shocked to see that other nations have already introduced cash limits for some time. So the German government is only the fifth or sixth camel in the caravan.
Addendum: As long as cash transactions are still possible within certain limits, state control can only function to a limited extent. It will not be long before we take the step of abolishing cash altogether.