WTS Carts Have Competition

by blondie 8 Replies latest jw friends

  • blondie


    According to American Atheists, their organisation had received multiple complaints that the JWs were proselytising outside various government facilities.

    Said AA’s Virginia State Director Larry Mendoza:

    We would rather that government property be free of religious speech altogether. However, to ensure religious equality for everyone, including atheists, I applied for equal access to two separate DMV locations, and will continue to request access on a regular basis

    AA’s request was accepted by the Commissioner of the Virginia DMV Richard D Holcomb on September 11.

  • eyeuse2badub

    CARTS and CHARTS are what jw's are now about! CARTS to advertise their brand of religion and CHARTS to convince them that "overlapping" is what jesus meant!

    just saying!

  • ZindagiNaMilegiDobaara

    This is like what I did some time back and I posted here about it. here is the link:



  • ZindagiNaMilegiDobaara

    Also whenever I see them in our area kncking, After they leave I go around dropping printed leaflets with info. jwfacts n other links for people to check out.


  • lastmanstanding

    I like how they went on to invite “Buddhists and Satanists...”

    Maybe next week they will invite “Satanists and Catholics...”

    And the week after, “Mormons and Satanists...”

    Don't leave anyone out, invite the “Satanists and Baptists...”


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  • Dagney

    This is great!

    I am so sick of their faux "life saving work" AKA as "easy hours."

    I've been around too many of em lately and I'm just sick of em...the phony "love" and phony "spirituality."

  • Still Totally ADD
    Still Totally ADD

    At our farmers market here in Jamestown the JW carts started to show up. Having a booth there I went to the ones who were running and since they know are background I told them they should not allow them here unless they are paying for their spot. The cart soon left and never came back I guess 10 dollars is to much to pay. Lol. Still Totally ADD

  • stillin

    Such a deadbeat way of "making disciples." They console themselves saying that, actually, the witnessing work is more of a way to "prove their loyalty to Jehovah" than a way of making disciples. Easy answer is that isn't what Jesus said. He said to make disciples, not have children and raise them to believe.

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