How many faithful old JW`s are now living in Christendoms retirement homes not being cared for by the religion they gave their life for.

by smiddy3 13 Replies latest jw friends

  • punkofnice

    There are Brothers(tm) that they won't use as minny men or oversneers, but they're quite happy for these ones to go to the old people's homes, visit, do chauffeuring, odd jobs and read to the unwanted 'oldsters(tm)', from the corporation's manure filled bible and ragazines.

    It seems they send the unwanted to the unwanted.

    I wonder which of them are the most heavily medicated.

  • Betheliesalot

    I know a JW lady in her 80,s with dementia that I observe when I visit my mom, who now enjoys participating in singing Methodist,s hymns ( most seniors enjoy this). Last visit I went to youtube and played a popular JW cult song and played it near her, then showed it to her and she showed no signs of recognition. Just shows there is hope for those still in ( if you get dementia).

  • ToesUp

    The ones who receive attention are the elderly that have money. Watchtower wants to make sure everything is willed to them.

  • LongHairGal


    I am sorry about the story you tell about your great aunt and her valuables that supposedly disappeared while she was in a home. But, the problem is you have no way of knowing if she actually gave them away to somebody!

    I know it's upsetting but there's nothing you can do about small items that are gone. If it's real property or a bank account that your name is on then you can prove it's yours and can do something about it. Otherwise, the family is out of luck.

    I know families can be vultures but I'd rather see them get Grandma's jewelry or silverware than somebody in a facility or a health aide that comes into your home. When my Grandmother needed home assistance our family made sure there were no valuables worth stealing.

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