"Just around the corner." The dumbest song that I have ever heard..

by DATA-DOG 63 Replies latest watchtower beliefs

  • paladin1

    What came to mind was the horse and buggy days of the past and cutting vegetation by hand.

  • stuckinarut2

    The very fact that they have the elderly couple in the final scene proves that the older ones are getting frustrated at the delays..... This seems like a deliberate attempt to keep them hanging on.....

  • Brokeback Watchtower
    Brokeback Watchtower

    That song needs to be dedicated to all those elderly that were forced to leave Bethel to keep the cost low for the corporation, that should make them feel real good about the years they wasted at Bethel.

    They are playing on the most gullible without any pity at all. These fucking dumb ass songs prove it Listen Obey be Blessed on down.

  • berrygerry
    We are all Amish now.

    My first thought, too.

    The Amish are living in paradise now.

  • berrygerry
    Thankfully the bros are the stronger vessels, so they will have to do the manual labor with the hoes.

    (Courtesy of Canadian humour - note - Simon moved here for the spelling.)


  • baldeagle

    This religion has gone off the rails. Each month is getting more bizarre than the last!!!

    Where in blazes is their PR department? Surely some near the top must be cringing at these productions!!

    They are truly embarrassing themselves.

  • schnell
  • Vidiot
    baldeagle - "Where in blazes is their PR department?"

    Mayberry. :smirk:

  • respectful_observer

    "Just around the corner...."

    More accurate to say they've "Gone 'round the bend'..." on this one.

  • Pete Zahut
    Pete Zahut

    Are they trying to wake people up??? It seems to me that rather than it being an abstract notion, this video forces the JW viewer to visualize their beliefs about paradise and in doing so, forces them to realize how far fetched it all seems. Not to mention the old folks who've heard "just around the corner" since they were babies and are now facing the reality that never dying could very well be a false hope.

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