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.
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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.
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Contact us if you’ve been sexually abused by the WatchtowerSubmitted by Jaymes on July 25, 2012 - 5:46 pm 8 Comments
Did you know that each year in the United States, over 1,000 custody cases are fought involving Jehovah’s Witnesses? When a child is raised to conform to the theology of Jehovah’s Witnesses, they are developmentally harmed for life. I mean, take a look at Steve, myself and the other members of the JWB team for instance. Our articles attest to the fact that we belong somewhere that’s far far away from the general populous.
How Jehovah’s Witnesses Harm Children
- Jehovah’s Witnesses limit medical treatment in a life threatening emergency.
- Jehovah’s Witness policy protects paedophiles.
- They isolate children from society by not allowing them to take part in
- School sports
- School holidays
- Higher education
- Associating with non-Jehovah’s Witness friends.
They also alienate the child from non-Jehovah’s Witness family members teaching them that these family members are of “Satan’s World,” and will therefore soon be destroyed by God.
Think if you were a non-Jehovah’s Witness parent and this was being told to your son or daughter. How would this affect their emotional health as well as your relationship with them?
Jehovah’s Witness parents have been known to put their children through terrible ordeals, just so they can clock up their member numbers.
This issue is complicated because if any of these matters are brought before the court when custody proceedings with a Jehovah’s Witness are in play, the legal organisation, known to you and me as the Watchtower Society [cue Psycho’s theme tune], send in corporate home office lawyers to declare their first amendment issue.
The Watchtower Society further coaches church members as hostile witnesses in the court to perjure negative testimony against the non-Jehovah’s Witness parent while misrepresenting their actual beliefs and teachings.
The good news is that there is help, if you need it. Get in touch with us and we’ll put you in touch with the right people that can help you if you’ve been sexually abused by someone within the Watchtower Organisation. For instance, did you know that most attorneys are not aware of the tactical manipulation Jehovah’s Witnesses use in the courts to win at all costs? In custody hearings Jehovah’s Witness lawyers win 90% of the cases they try. We can put you in touch with lawyers that have experience when it comes to winning sexual abuse cases.
Recently, the Simmons Law Firm used their services to assist on the Candace Conti case. The content and consultation resulted in a successful litigation in which Ms. Conti was awarded $28 million in damages from Jehovah’s Witnesses home office Watchtower.
Don’t be afraid to speak up!