Wednesday, September 28, 2011

More HATE SPEECH In The 9/11/2011 Watchtower

The Watchtower study article for 9/11/2011 says;
"Suppose that a doctor told you to avoid contact with someone who is infected with a contagious, deadly disease," the article reads. "You would know what the doctor means, and you would strictly heed his warning. Well, apostates are 'mentally diseased', and they seek to infect others with their disloyal teachings... Jehovah, the Great Physician, tells us to avoid contact with them. We know what he means, but are we determined to heed his warning in all respects? What is involved in avoiding false teachers? We do not receive them into our homes or greet them. We also refuse to read their literature, watch television programs that feature them, examine their websites, or add our comments to their blogs."

So now all those who do not believe the teachings of the Watchtower are "Mentally Diseased". That is not only preposterous, it makes the writers of the Watchtower seem "Mentally Diseased". They must be getting really desperate.

4 comments:

Monica Chadwell said...

Would you mind to send me a link to the online Watchtower you are referring to? My parents are Jehovah's Witnesses and as of September, they deleted their Facebook accounts and have had very little interaction with me. I went to their site and did a paste of your quote in several JW Watchtower articles, but couldn't find the one you referenced. I'd love to see it myself to better understand what is going on.

Thank you so much for your vigilance.

Kind Regards,

Monica

zigatone said...

One of my family who was attending a meeting when the Circuit Overseer was visiting over-heard him say to another J.W. member about so called 'worldly people, "Don't worry they will all be dead soon at Armageddon". Makes you wonder who is mentally diseased?

Unknown said...

We should not be surprised; this is the same kind of hate they have been spewing all along, and surprise, no scriptures. They are not able to even “glean” support from the bible because there is none, yet we are suppose to believe it without question. Seriously?!

Statements like this not only make a mockery of a real disease, but are extremely prejudiced and insensitive; mental illness in no laughing matter. I wonder how many lawsuits they will have to settle over these discriminatory remarks?

Unknown said...

We should not be surprised; this is the same kind of hate they have been spewing all along, and surprise, no scriptures. They are not able to even “glean” support from the bible because there is none, yet we are suppose to believe it without question. Seriously?!

Statements like this not only make a mockery of a real disease, but are extremely prejudiced and insensitive; mental illness in no laughing matter. I wonder how many lawsuits they will have to settle over these discriminatory remarks?