Jehovah’s Witnesses Religious Convention Bringing Revenue to Town But At a Great Cost to Individual Members

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Photo courtesy of Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society of Pennsylvania Inc website

Public Notice

For immediate release

February 4, 2018

Contact: Will Enoch – concerned citizen

weenoch@yahoo.com

832.322.3965

Regarding: Jehovah’s Witnesses Conventions Bring In Revenue But Members Are Subjected To a Human Cost Behind the Scenes

Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society of Pennsylvania Inc sets policy for its religion, Christian Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses, or, better known as Jehovah’s Witnesses. Included in these policies are abuses which have bearing upon its members in areas of the following and need to change:

  1. Right to leave its religion without facing repercussions*
  2. Right to voice disagreement with any one policy without facing repercussions
  3. Right to report incidents of Child Sexual Assault when there isn’t a second witness or perpetrator confession without facing repercussions
  4. Right to choose a whole blood transfusion without facing repercussions
  5. Right to enjoy more than just necessary business association with a disfellowshipped family member or friend without facing repercussions

Please search the internet using the phrase “Jehovah’s Witnesses” and click the news tab to learn about current issues this organization is facing due to some of its extreme policies, especially in the area of Child Sexual Assault.

To help affect change in the above areas of abuses of this organizations, please:

  • Call the local Kingdom Hall and ask about the organization’s two witness policy
  • Boycott attendance at its conventions and public meetings
  • Avoid its literature carts to avoid the first step into this organization’s indoctrination process

Although this organization’s conventions bring temporary revenue to our cities, the human cost on the individual members lasts a lifetime.

*The Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Article 18.

Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance

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Public Notice – Smiling Faces Attending to Jehovah’s Witnesses Literature Carts and Attending Conventions VSS a Horrendous Policy of the Organization Behind Them

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 For immediate release

February 3, 2018

Contact: Will Enoch – concerned citizen

Phone: 832.322.3965

Email: weenoch@yahoo.com

Location: Houston, Texas USA

Regarding:  Explanation of what Watch Tower Bible & Tract Society of Pennsylvania Inc’s literature carts and its conventions have to do with its policy requiring Jehovah’s Witness Child Sexual Assault victims to have two witnesses to the crime allegedly committed by a fellow Jehovah’s Witness

 

Watch Tower Bible & Tract Society of Pennsylvania Inc (WB&TS) is the legal entity which governs policy for its religious organization known as Christian Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses.  Most in the general public, as well as some of its own members, only know their group of smiling faces as Jehovah’s Witnesses.

Individual Jehovah’s Witnesses are the ones who knock on doors and also the ones who attend to the organization’s literature carts.  Such carts are now beginning to show up hanging around schools.

Individual Jehovah’s Witnesses must adhere to all policies of WB&TS in order to remain in a culture of “good standing”.  A break in “good standing” by speaking out against a policy or a doctrine, or choosing to voice disbelief in any one or more policy or doctrine, typically results in the member being subjected to extreme shunning by members who are considered to be in “good standing”.

As a concerned citizen and former member of this world-wide organization who knows the culture, policies and religious doctrine first hand, it is my civic duty to notify the public of just one policy of WB&TS which affects victims of Child Sexual Assault.  I interact day-by-day with victims of this organization’s harsh policy and I consider them to be very important in my life.  We exchange ideas on how to help initiate policy change.

This policy is referred to as the two witnesses* policy.  For a victim of Child Sexual Assault to remain in “good standing”, the victim is required by WB&TS to either have a second witness or have the alleged pedophile Jehovah’s Witness confess to the crime. Without one of these two criteria, the victim is expected to “leave the matter in Jehovah’s hands.”*

Cases of Child Sexual Assault are to be handled in-house. Elders within the local congregation in the city where the assault took place have been already instructed by WB&TS to report the crime to the particular country’s “Bethel” headquarters for instructions.*  If not mandated by the proper legal authorities of the area to report the crime, the victim and family is not encouraged to report the crime to proper legal authorities.

This policy does an injustice to the victim and makes it possible for the pedophile to avoid detection by proper legal authorities.

Please research this organization thoroughly.  You can easily start by a simple internet search using the key words “Jehovah’s Witnesses” and click the news tab.

When you see one of this organization’s literature carts or hear of a Jehovah’s Witnesses convention coming to your town, please ask one of the individual Jehovah’s Witnesses for the phone number of the local Kingdom Hall then call and ask the organization’s Elders about this two witness policy.  Should you ask the individual member of the laity class about the two witness policy, you may find some of them have not even heard of the two witness policy because the two witness policy guidelines are recorded in book meant only for Elders.*  The laity class may never hear of the policy throughout the course of membership unless one of their own family members of the organization becomes a victim of Child Sexual Assault due the actions of a fellow Jehovah’s Witness.

For further information, please research what WB&TS is currently doing to keep some of its most secret records on pedophiles out the court systems. These records could be used by victims against their attackers, but the records would expose the sick two witness policy and tarnish the organization’s claim that it is “the channel of communication that Jehovah is using today”.+

Thank you for making time to learn about this urgent matter on how the smiling faces of individual Jehovah’s Witnesses hide the horror of their leader’s two witnesses policy.

 

Websites that carry tremendous amount of information about how some of the organization’s policies affect current, former and potential members are:

AAWA.co

Avoidjw.org

JWfacts.com

JWsurvey.org

Help for victims of different high control groups may be found also at FreedomOfMind.com

 

References

*From the WB&TS publication Shepherd the Flock of God

+From WB&TS publication Watchtower November 15, 2009 article “Cherish Your Place in the Congregation” paragraph 5.

 

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses Why…

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses can a former member of the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society of New York, Inc. who now has a relationship with Jehovah be worse than a current hypocrite JW

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses was the JW assembly hall, that’s for sale in Indianapolis, built with volunteer labor.  If so, is this a WBTS profiting trend?

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses if they feel peer pressure to spend at least the “national average” of 10 hours per month in the field ministry

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses if they feel guilty for being labeled inactive by the WatchTower Society for missing one month in field service

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses if they feel guilty for missing meetings

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses why does the WatchTower Society have members study a WT magazine which provides “WatchTower Society answers” within the paragraphs

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses why the WatchTower Society puts more emphasis on whether Jesus died on a cross or a stake instead of the importance of His Blood

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses why the WatchTower Society teach we must use the name Jehovah in prayer so Jehovah will know which god we address

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses why they won’t say “thank you Jesus”

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses why does the WatchTower Society teach there’s no hope of salvation apart from the Watchtower Society

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses why does the WatchTower Society consider a former member an apostate for calling attention to the changes in its doctrine

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses how they would feel to see a brother giving a talk while wearing a beard

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses why does WatchTower appear before Bible within the name of the WatchTower Bible and Tract Society

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses if they consider those who choose not to be a member of the WatchTower Society to be “goats”

Ask a Jehovah’s Witness if he or she joined “the WatchTower organization” at a weak point in his or her life

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses if they think the WatchTower’s printing of 42 million WatchTower magazines per month is the Bible or Bible spin

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses if fear of being disfellowshipped and shunned by family and friends the reason which keeps them from questioning new doctrine

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses what proof do the Governing Body have they were appointed by Jesus to be the Faithful and Discreet Slave

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses do they expect us to believe the WatchTower’s ever-changing doctrine

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses to check the accuracy of WatchTower doctrine before attempting to teach us doctrine which is likely to change

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses why in 10.12 did the WatchTower Society changed its doctrine concerning 1919 as the date Jesus appointed the Faithful and Discreet slave over all His belongings to now agree with the Bible that this appointment by Jesus is a future event when He comes as a theif in the night

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses why some members who partake of the bread and wine at the memorial ceremony are looked at as mentally unstable

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses who’d want to be a member of the WatchTower Society when we will be shunned for questioning the WatchTower’s  ever-changing doctrine

Ask the next Jehovah’s Witness if he or she is of the anointed. If so, ask how the new WatchTower doctrine is affecting him or her

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses if they consider their Governing Body to be prideful by not admitting they had been teaching wrong doctrine about the Faithful and Discreet Slave

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses if their Governing Body will welcome back shunned members who disagreed with past WatchTower doctrine regarding the date of the Faithful and Discreet Slave’s appointment over all Jesus’ belonging which has now changed from 1919 to a future time

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses how many doctrinal changes have they’ve witnessed within the WatchTower Society

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses if being upgraded to a “Domestic” is appeasing them from questioning the WatchTower’s new doctrine

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses why they believe Jesus invisibly visited a visible Governing Body in 1919 and appointed them as the Faithful Slave

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses why the WatchTower Society and its Governing Body has changed their doctrine from teaching the Faithful and Discreet Slave originated with the Apostles in 33 CE, then trickled down to this century to become the nine thousand anointed remnant of Jehovah’s Witnesses to now teaching the Faithful Slave was really appointed by Jesus in 1919

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses why they believe their Governing Body was appointed by Jesus in 1919 as the Faithful and Discreet Slave

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses why will questioning their Governing Body’s latest doctrine change is something they’d never consider

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses why they remain in a religious organization where complete trust of the Governing Body (imperfect men) is expected

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses why the WatchTower’s Governing Body cancelled its anointed members’ standing as the Faithful and Discreet Slave

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses why do they absolutely trust and respect their Governing Body when it changes doctrine to suite themselves

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses the status now of former members who were once regarded as Apostates for questioning the very same WatchTower doctrine that just changed in 10.12

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses why they can’t question WatchTower doctrine. It just changed again in 10.12

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses why the WatchTower’s Governing Body calls changes in doctrine “New Light” instead of admitting “My Bad”

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses to explain the WatchTower’s new doctrine change before they try to recruit you.

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses why the WatchTower Society called members Apostates who questioned pre 10.12 doctrine which now changed in 10.12

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses why the WatchTower Society Hypocritically Joined The United Nations as an NGO in 1992 – 2001 http://www.jwfacts.com/watchtower/united-nations-association.php

Ask Jehovah’s Witness if the way the WatchTower’s changed doctrine is explained well enough for them  http://www.jw.org/en/news/events-activities/annual-meeting-report-2012/ …

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses why WatchTower Society member promote doctrine that is likely to change again. Via @Sacredsecret Watchtower Society conjecture: Who Is Michael the Archangel? http://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/1102005160?q=Michael&p=par …

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses why are WatchTower spin doctors already at work to help members swallow new doctrine about Faithful and Discreet Slave (Twextra) http://twextra.com/a6vwqx

Ask Jehovah’s Witnesses to explain why their dates just changed for the appointment of the Faithful and Discreet Slave from 33 CE to 1919