Jehovah’s Witnesses watchman 2017-10-11T15:25:47+00:00

What results when a lie is let go unchallenged?

The Governing Body boasts that Jehovah’s Witnesses are the practicers of pure worship —separated from the idolatry of Christendom. To that end Jehovah’s Witnesses shun the crucifix and the display of national emblems and scrupulously avoid going to weddings or even funerals of loved ones that may be conducted in a church building with all the religious trappings. That being true, what are we to make of the Watchtower’s Danish assembly hall built to honor the masonic, one-eyed demon-god, Horus?

With the Governing Body now securely ensconced in their polished granite tower, the plush Warwick corporate palace, you may be sure they will resolutely refuse to respond to any sincere inquiry as to who is responsible for this blatant act of apostasy. Be that as it may, I am contacting all the congregations in Denmark as well as the media. But I would like your help in exposing this matter to the largest number of Jehovah’s Witnesses possible. If you are inclined please forward this video to your social contacts. I have emailed the YouTube version of this video to over 700 elders in the UK and Canada, whose emails I gleaned from the Charity Commission register of congregation trustees. Australia is next.

Since it has become increasingly harder to contact kingdom halls (they began removing their mailboxes after the first mailing in 2004) email is preferable. If you do not wish to have your email known to the recipient, please send me your intended contact details and I will mail them. I prefer to contact elders. Also, if anyone knows of the email addresses of circuit overseers, please send them to me. Also, some congregations have a dedicated email, so do some assembly halls. Bethel recently changed their email structure to prevent the leadership from being contacted by the JW riffraff, but if anyone knows the new domain that would be appreciated. Please be assured of my discretion.

Some of Jehovah’s Witnesses may object to publicizing this matter, but the Watchtower’s own directive encourages such action in the face of the kind of treachery we are dealing with. Here is a quote from the January 1, 1974 Watchtower:

What results when a lie is let go unchallenged? Does not silence help the lie to pass as truth, to have freer sway to influence many, perhaps to their serious harm? What happens when misconduct and immorality are allowed to go unexposed and uncondemned? Is this not like covering over an infection without any effort to cure it and keep it from spreading? When persons are in great danger from a source that they do not suspect or are being misled by those they consider their friends, is it an unkindness to warn them? They may prefer not to believe the warning. They may even resent it. But does that free one from the moral responsibility to give that warning?

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