January 31, 2019

Jehovah's Witnesses Founder, Zionist Hero of Israel

1 comment:

yankeedoodle said...

Used to get visits from the Jehovah's Witnesses occasionally, and didn't have time to hide, so I would listen to them and take their literature. They were very polite, so I decided to be so, also.

Just about the first time I looked at their literature, I looked at the front to see where it came from, and discovered that it came from, or was printed in, Brooklyn, New York. Now, we know who lives in Brooklyn, don't we? Wish I had saved it, because, in more recent literature I've looked at, they don't mention Brooklyn. I think this is because they have moved their headquarters, but you can find on the internet that they started in Brooklyn, Jew York.

If and when you look at their literature, you will see that they deny Christ, in that, instead of B.C., for Before Christ, they use B.C.E., Likewise, they replace A.D., for Anno Domino, with C.E, for "common era."

I actually confronted a pair of Jehovah's Witnesses about denying Christ, and they said B.C.E. and C.E. stood for "before common era" and "common era," and gave me some mumbo-jumbo about they weren't sure the exact date when Christ was born, or something like that.

We know that the creeping forced adoption of B.C.E. and C.E., which replaces any acknowledgement of Christ, is a jew plot, because of the used of the word "common."

Now, let's accept that, in an international world, a secular designation be appropriate, many people in the world don't know who Christ was, but, we know the jews are behind this because of the use of the word "common."

The word "common" makes absolutely no sense in this context of designating dates, unless you realize that it is a trick the jews are using to get us Christians to tacitly acknowledge that they are, supposedly, superior, since, Before Christ has morphed into "before common era," and Anno Domino, after Christ's birth, has morphed into "common era," See the trick? They are saying that Christ, and, by extension, Christians, are "common," and, thus, if Christians are "common," then jews are not common, which means they must be...you guessed it...superior. Ain't they clever?

Actually, B.C.E. and C.E., precisely, stand for "Before Christian Era" and "Christian Era."

And, if you wanted a secular interpretation, "before current era" and "current era," would suffice.

But, the use of the word "common" tells us that this is a jew plot; and, it is being spread in the literature of Jehovah's Witnesses.