If the "society" were a person, he would be disfellowshipped!

by stuckinarut2 11 Replies latest watchtower beliefs

  • stuckinarut2

    That realisation struck me the other day!

    If the society was an individual person, he would be Disfellowshipped!


    Well, he has had a history of telling mistruths, half truths and distortions of facts. His history has been deliberately obscured.

    He has advocated dangerous directives for others to follow that has compromised their choices on Health, Education, Family life, Employment etc.

    He has secretly colluded with organizations that he has outrightly condemned to others.

    He has used tactics that border on abuse to keep people trapped in his association. He threatens those who try and leave with punitive measures.

    He imposes his views on people's private family lives.

    He minimises the severity of child abuse.

    The list goes on. Feel free to add to it!

    So, if this "person" was in a congregation, he should be disfellowshipped right?

  • Finkelstein

    He would also be Dfed for apostasy for going directly against the words of Jesus when he admonished his followers to not set a time upon god's own sacred time regarding his return, therefore enacted as a false prophet, disloyal and disobedient to Jehovah.

  • schnell

    If the society had a face, I'd punch it.


    If the "society" were a person, he would be disfellowshipped!.

    The person you describe in your Op is absolutely dispicable..


    He`d Rise To The Top, In The WBT$..
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  • LoveUniHateExams

    If the "society" were a person, he would be disfellowshipped! - if the Society were a person, he'd probably be locked up in jail.

  • James Mixon
    James Mixon

    Law suit against the JW.org. The American Civil Liberties Union announced today it will bring a lawsuit against the organization JW.org for violations of the civil rights of children. This organization has been violating children right by determine which child are considered naughty or nice.We have uncovered information and we believe JW.org has been engaging in mind control experiment (adults you have no excuse) designed to prevent the free expression of thinking. Our investigation reveal when young people leave JW.org, they are F----- up.

  • flipper

    STUCKINARUT- Indeed, very good thread. I totally agree, all of the above, and what other posters stated as well. WT Society leaders should be brought up on charges of crimes against humanity. Peace out, Mr. Flipper

  • schnell

    In a similar vein, isn't this thread similar to the theme of The Golden Compass and His Dark Materials, where God deserves to die?

  • scratchme1010

    So, if this "person" was in a congregation, he should be disfellowshipped right?

    Not really. The core of the reason for every cult or cultic relationship to exists lies in the fact that the leader/leadership is always right, no matter what he/she says. The WT as an entity is as full of --it as if it were a person, and as such, being the leader of the pack, that person will be the one calling the shots.

    If you look at cults where the leader is one person, that person gets away with anything and everything that person wants, including other people's wives, money and lives (some have killed others and gotten away with it).

    No changes at all, just a different way of having the cult leader.

  • punkofnice

    Yes. You perfectly described Tomo the turd.

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