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Apocalypse Update

OnOctober2nd, 1914, Charles Taze Russell, the President of the Watch Tower Society, announced to the Bethel staff at their morning breakfast: “The Gentile times have ended; their kings have had their day.”

At the time those words were unquestioningly accepted by the International Bible Students; after all, a couple of months before that announcement the nations of Europe had virtually all declared war upon each other and the clouds of war were indeed hanging low. Before too many more months would pass Europe would be plunged into the worst war in history up until then – The Great War, as it was called until the greater war erupted two decades later.

Now, though, only three years shy of a full century later, C.T. Russell’s bold announcement is virtually meaningless. A question thinking Jehovah's Witnesses ought to ask is, in what way have the nations and their kings had their day? Presumably, when the prophetic appointed times are fulfilled should it not be expected that the nations of the world would be prevented from any longer tyrannizing mankind? Back during that horrible time of the First World War the Bible Students expected the war to bring all the nations to ruin, with anarchy reigning and leading directly to the world-ending war of Armageddon. Instead, the nations recovered and fought an even more destructive and deadly war, from which the nations have also long-since recovered.

2016-12-08T15:11:18+00:00 August 19th, 2015|Page One|5 Comments

In the event of nuclear war, what about the great crowd?

  QUESTION: How is it possible that nuclear bombs could rain down on cities around the world? I would imagine, for example, that there are tens of thousands of Jehovah’s Witnesses living in New York City alone, who claim to be of the great crowd, how could any of these people come out alive if [...]

2016-12-08T15:11:49+00:00 April 26th, 2014|Mailbag|1 Comment

Who will survive Armageddon, and will it be a nuclear war?

QUESTION: Who will Jehovah let survive Armageddon? And is Armageddon going start out a global war among the nations, such as nuclear war?

2016-12-08T15:12:22+00:00 March 13th, 2013|Mailbag|1 Comment

A Great Military Service

Since the emergence of America from British colonialism the progenitors of the aristocratic, imperial system, have intended to crush the emerging republican system of sovereign nations.

They have so far been only marginally successful.

In truth, both world wars of the past century were fomented to pit nations against one another in order to prevent their mutual cooperation and development. The same oligarchy that serves as Satan’s earthly throne is relentlessly pushing for one more world war. (King Edward VII – Evil Demiurge of the Triple Entente and WWI and Roosevelt Verses British Colonialism)

(The prophecies of Daniel depict the feet of the image as an unworkable fusion of iron and clay, symbolizing the oddly matched empire and republican systems manifested in the Anglo-America dyad today.  Recently, the Watchtower Society has even enlightened Jehovah's Witnesses on this matter - having previously taught the the iron and clay simply represented a "politically divided world." Also, the empire that descended from Rome is appropriately symbolized as an unusually ferocious beast that crushes and tramples everything.)

In the aftermath of the collapse of the colossal Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the end of London’s Cold War scheme to pit the victorious allies of WWII against each other, the drones of the Empress of London embarked on a bold plan for total world domination. But first the imperialists must gain control of the US political and military establishment to accomplish their plot, which has been an ongoing conspiracy for many years. From all appearances that scheme is now virtually complete. London even has access to the US nuclear trigger.

 

2016-12-08T15:12:37+00:00 February 28th, 2012|Daniel|2 Comments

A Prophecy You Are Seeing Fulfilled

The May 1st, 2011, issue of the Watchtower Magazine for the public carries an article entitled Six Bible Prophecies You Are Seeing Fulfilled.

What are they? The six are: Earthquakes, famines, disease, lack of love, ruination of the earth and a global preaching work.

First, it must be pointed out that earthquakes, famines and disease are not separate, individual prophecies. They are simply different features that make up one complete sign – the sign of Christ’s presence and the conclusion of the system. Jehovah’s Witnesses are, of course, well aware of this fact, because that is what the Watchtower Society teaches. Evidently, though, the public version of the magazine is less straightforward.

2016-12-08T15:12:56+00:00 March 4th, 2011|WT Review|0 Comments
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