Criminal Charges against Jehovah's Witnesses for Trial Fraud!

by Atlantis 12 Replies latest jw friends

  • The Fall Guy
    The Fall Guy

    The outcome of the UK Charities Commission's publicised pantomime inquiry into the the Manchester & Bristol congregations' inhuman treatment of paedophile victims should tell you everything you need to know - western governments and their judiciary do not and will not intervene in any religion's disciplinary procedures.

    Any 'faithful' JW's will assert their human right to refuse to associate with whoever they wish. End of.

    Has the UK Charity Commission ever been legally challenged to review & enforce the legal requirements for charity status on the WTBTS/JW's in the UK?

    See upcoming post.

  • Vidiot

    Frankly, I'm a little surprised this hasn't happened sooner.

    I figure that at this point (despite the fact that the Org has, historically, gone out of their way to project a "law-abiding" public image), the decision-makers have been stuck in their echo chamber so long, they fully buy into the delusion that they can't possibly lose, no matter how fucktarded their decisions actually are.

  • ScenicViewer
    TD: Members would be put under pressure if they accept blood transfusions in the event of life-threatening illnesses.

    Thanks for the better translation. That makes much more sense!

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