Jehovah's Witnesses - Why Servants of God Must Bear Sorrow

In a lecture with a butter-soft voice and great serene sovereignty, a high-ranking Jehovah's Witness (Edward Aljian) brings the thought to the many dismissed Bethel workers that they have to bow under Jehovah's will.

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The Watchtower God Jehovah absolutely must justify himself to Satan. That is why the Watchtower God Jehovah sets priorities so that everything else - including affection for his servants - is subordinate to this justification. This is a good justification for any torment Jehovah's Witnesses are subjected to. But Jehovah's Witnesses do not know that God never needs justification.

During the video, the soft-voice speaker Edward Aljian repeatedly makes a gesture that clearly describes the orientation of the Watchtower Society. Freemasons love to use signs to indicate their true attitude. The video speaker just says: "At the end of his encouraging speech, he then threatens to raise his index finger and explains it to his consternated listeners once more in an overly clear manner." But Edward Aljian does not raise his index finger, but makes with his hand the sign for fuck. You see the hand movement, which expresses the term "fuck" with the thumb put through the index finger and middle finger, directly before his question - Why ...

The fact that this man is making this sign for fuck in the most important phase of his lecture means nothing other than the mega-suppression of the Jehovah's Witnesses by the Watchtower Society. Watch the video.

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