Category Archives: Mind Control

Watchtower Says: Beware The Danger of Women Singing Instructions at Men!

There’s a phrase known as Poe’s Law. If you’ve never heard of it, it’s an adage used to describe a situation where a person or organisation has become so absurd in thier actions or words that they have become indistinguishable from … Continue reading

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Jehovah’s Witnesses, Christmas, and the Grinch
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In 1957, the acclaimed children’s author Dr. Seuss penned a beloved classic, the tale of a grumpy green monster whose shoes and heart were too small or too tight to tolerate the evil holiday known as Christmas. Oh the commercialism, … Continue reading

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Upcoming 2017 JW Assembly Encourages Witness Youths to Lie About Homosexuality
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Jehovah's Witness Youths are encouraged to lie about homosexuality

Theocratic Warfare has long been a controversial aspect of Watchtower theology. Often dressed up in with euphemisms and wordplay to try to downplay the teaching, the doctrine of theocratic Warfare essentially comes down to this: It is considered acceptable to … Continue reading

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The Worst Convention Ever – Part 5: Friday
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I don’t mind admitting it. When I decided to make a series of videos to compliment articles on JWsurvey about the “Worst Convention Ever” (the “Remain Loyal to Jehovah” 2016 regional convention) I bit off way more than I could chew. … Continue reading

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The Friday Column: The Annual Jehovah’s Witness Convention: a Pseudo-utopia
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Jehovah's Witness Assembly

Each year, lots of Jehovah’s Witnesses around the world anticipate the convention season. It is a time of excitement as families set out to make plans for this annual gathering of like-minded people. For those who live far away from … Continue reading

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The Friday Column: Are Jehovah’s Witnesses More Honest and Moral Than Unbelievers?
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When my husband and I stopped attending meetings, we joined a softball league.  This presented us with the opportunity to get to know people and replace the friends we had lost.  The first thing we noticed was how nice, family-oriented … Continue reading

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