The Watchtower's Nazis Conflicts
A historical analysis of the Jehovah's Witnesses' during World War II concluded that they experienced extreme conflicts with Nazi Germany and probably withstood the attacks against them better than most groups. Their experience has been analyzed by a number of researchers including camp inmates and administrators who have concluded that their strong religious faith, community and social pressure to conform were all critical in helping Witnesses to withstand the Nazi assault against them. A major reason Witnesses endured was because to capitulate to the Nazis meant disfellowshipping and cutting off from what was often their only social support, their fellow Witnesses. Often the Witnesses as people showed exemplary behavior, but the Watchtower administration not uncommonly displayed immoral or deceitful behavior and even denigrated the Jews in an effort to save the German Watchtower branch. Although partly to blame for the tragedy, the Watchtower unscrupulously exploits it today to try to prove their claim of being God's only representatives on earth today.
Jehovah's Witness - The German Connection
The Broadcasting Standards Commission received a complaint from the Jehovah's Witnesses Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society about unjust or unfair treatment, in Everyman: Sleeping with the Enemy, broadcast on BBC1 on 13 December 1998.
Proposal From The Jehovah's Witnesses Organization - Making Money From The Dead!
As you may know, victims from the Nazi camps can get compensation, and the Watchtower has naturally found a new way to get money - from the dead! They propose that THEY will get the money - and "give it away to needy JWs". Since when did the Watchtower do anything of the kind? Their registration as a "charitable" organization is nothing but a tax fraud, and now they are stealing from the dead!
What happened when the Jehovah's Witnesses were Outlawed
The Awake! issue of 22 August 1995, is completely silent as to why Jehovah's Witnesses in Germany were outlawed in 1933 or how it was that they were persecuted under the Hitler regime. The leaders and spokesmen of that religion's governing organization, the Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society of New York, sought to compromise with the Nazis rather than confronting them as has long been claimed.