Invading our homes

by road to nowhere 12 Replies latest watchtower beliefs

  • under the radar
    under the radar

    Did they really tell people to turn on their cameras? Anybody have a reference for this?

    I don't say it's impossible, but I seriously doubtl they went that far. Most people value their privacy a bit too much for that. Just sayin'...

    As far as instructing the sheeple to wear meeting clothes when streaming the meetings, that's not entirely without basis. Most employers ask their employees to dress appropriately even when working from home, and it is recommended that home schoolers make their children dress as if going to school for their lessons. It has to do with setting the right frame of mind. Don't shoot the messenger! Just relaying what I've read.

  • WTWizard

    All you need is an "Internet blackout". Just when they are starting to watch you, simply disconnect the cable or turn off the router that provides your Internet. Another way around this is to navigate away from the page and visit another page. Or, you can shine a nice bright light directly into the camera (enough to wash out the whole picture). And, what happens if the camera is disconnected, de-activated, or obstructed?

    Unfortunately, Mercury is direct and will remain direct until June 18, so that will not be an excuse.

  • road to nowhere
    road to nowhere

    It is not a 1984 camera thing, they just feel that a visual connection is better. I dont necessarily want everyone to critique my wall art, or see that there is a rifle over the door. OTH there are a few babies I like.

    What they miss is the human connection has long been supressed, by the constant service and only spiritual conversation mantra. Now is a poor time to try building it.

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