Oh, by the way. Take a wild guess who dreamt up the idea about no blood transfusions for Jehovah’s Witnesses in the first place?
Charles Russell, the founder of the church? No!
Judge Rushford, the alcoholic and second president? No!
The third president N.H. Knorr? Yes!
God didn’t want to talk to the first two presidents of the Jehovah’s Witness about the blood issue. Even though the Witness organization had been around for over seventy-five years. In 1944, God finally decided to give Knorr “new light” on the matter of the use of blood. Since everything produced by the writing department had to be approved by Knorr, here is his wisdom as explained in the Watchtower.
"The blood in any person is in reality the person himself...poisons due to personal living, eating and drinking habits...The poisons that produce the impulse to commit suicide, murder, or steal are in the blood. Moral insanity, sexual perversions, repression, inferiority complexes, petty crimes—these often follow in the wake of blood transfusion." - Watchtower, September 1, 1961 p.564
There you have it. From God’s lips to Knorr’s ears.
When you stop taking the blue pill and you take a step back, you can see the insanity quite clearly. However the insanity is not from you taking a blood transfusion, as they would have you believe. The insanity comes from you eating their contaminated “spiritual food” which is mixed in with the blue pills.
The Society did mention that a blood transfusion could cause “sexual perversions.”
Of course, a person must now wonder if Leo Greenlees, the pervert and governing body member, ever had a blood transfusion. This would of course explain his perverse behavior.