Brainwashing and Isolationism
Seven men in Brooklyn hold and own the minds, and the very lives, of over two million meek sheep- like followers. And they want YOU too!
Are they a cult? Maybe. There is a lot you don’t know about those polite well-dressed door-knockers who overrun your neighborhood on Saturday mornings.
They are a billion-dollar organization run by seven powerful men sitting in a symbolic tower overlooking the East River and downtown Manhattan. Their name in lights can be seen by millions, in one of the busiest and most heavily populated areas in the world.
You know them as those polite and well-dressed folks who knock on your door on Saturday mornings. You’ve seen them park on your street, emerge from their vehicles carrying bookbags and briefcases, and casually stroll up and down your sidewalks.
They leave their literature in Laundromats, at airports, in bus and train stations, in theaters, in hotel lobbies, restaurants, even in public bathrooms. They set up stalls on the sidewalk in the cities and the suburbs, at the flea market, even at the mall.
They stand on busy street corners for hours on end, waving around their signature magazines, the Watchtower and Awake!
They are members of the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society, more commonly known as the Jehovah’s Witnesses.
If you strike up a conversation, they will offer to study the Bible with you, to educate you in the ways of Jehovah’s kingdom. They will invite you to the local Kingdom Hall, their version of church, for the weekly Sunday talk. They will attempt to convert you, to become one of Jehovah’s Witnesses, so that you may… Read more…
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