What do Jehovah’s Witnesses believe? In fact, what do a lot of other religions believe in? Hocus pocus if you ask me. Either way, our ‘Beliefs’ category takes a look at various religious belief systems.
Many say that the Jehovah’s Witness religion is a cult. Do you think it’s a cult? In this section, we’ve housed all the blog posts that show you if it is a cult or not. You might be shocked at what you find.
The Watchtower Organisation looks after all the Jehovah’s Witnesses worldwide. The good news about the ‘Organisation’ is that it keeps having magic moments, allowing us to poke fun at it.
Real Life Experiences
This section is filled with the real life experiences of former and current Jehovah’s Witnesses. It’s a real eye opener that shows you what various trials and tribulations Jehovah’s Witness go through.
Check out the latest funny posts. If you’re single, the chat up / pick up lines article will have you rolling around on the Kingdom Hall floor. That’ll make you wish you stayed behind for ‘Hall Cleaning’.
Jehovah’s Witnesses Ban White Blood CellsSubmitted by Teeny on February 17, 2012 - 5:00 am No Comment
In this article, I’ll show you that Jehovah’s Witnesses ban white blood cells and explain why I, using simple science, think that this is one of the craziest stances the Watchtower, Bible and Tract Society have ever taken. As per our previous article on the flip-flopping of the Jehovah’s Witness stance on blood, we read in the June 15th 2004 edition of the Watchtower (within the Questions from Readers section) the following:
Other Christians decide differently. They too refuse transfusions of whole blood, red cells, white cells, platelets, or plasma. Yet, they might allow a physician to treat them with a fraction extracted from the primary components.
So then, it’s well known that the Watchtower, Bible and Tract Society completely and utterly forbids the transfusion of white blood cells. Fair enough. What’s the issue with that, you might ask? Well, only that organ transplants contain more white blood cells than any other blood cell!  A Jehovah’s Witness who accepts an organ transplant takes in more leukocytes than he/she would through a conventional blood transfusion.
I was even more shocked to read that mother’s milk contains 5-12 times more leukocytes than the same amount of blood. In fact, just a drop of breast milk contains around 1 million white blood cells . Oh, did I mention that this also applies to cow milk, which I know is a drink the Circuit Overseer in Cyprus loves to drink, as well as a lot of standard drone Jehovah’s Witnesses. So next time you’ve got a white moustache, just think of all those prohibited leukocytes you’ve consumed.
Why not use this the next time your parents, spouse or friends bring up the blood conversation. Before you start the debate, ask them if they would care for a nice refreshing glass of milk.