Bulgarian Nationalists Rally against Jehovah's Witnesses, Outnumbered by Police 3:1
About 30 protesters from the Bulgarian nationalist party VMRO have rallied during a conference of the Jehovah's Witnesses in Sofia, which was guarded by three times as many policemen.
The tight security measures appear to have been taken after after tensions ran high between VMRO and the Jehovah's Witnesses in the recent months, including hand-to-hand clashes in Burgas at one point.
Saturday's protest of the nationalists against Jehovah's Witnesses, who held their conference in the Studentski Grad quarter, where the dormitories of Sofia universities are located, ended without clashes.
According to Angel Dzhambazki, Deputy Chair of VMRO, as cited by news.bg, the participants in the conference are about 200-300 people brought to Sofia by buses, and including primarily "foreign preachers who don't speak Bulgarian and are trying to attract to their sect primarily young and unstable people."
He believes that the Jehovah's Witnesses are blackmailing the Bulgarian government, and said that when the organization was registered in Bulgaria, it signed an agreement with the authorities that it will not try to persuade people not to donate blood or organs.
"However, the Jehovah's Witnesses are continuing to preach these ideas at every religious gathering they make. After you have predicted the end of the world five times, and it didn't happen, there must be something wrong with the clock ticking in your head. Such craziness blossoms in a time of crisis when people are faithless, outraged, and poor," Dzhambazki said, while slamming the representatives of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church for driving around in jeeps and wearing expensive watches and massive gold jewelry.
The VMRO protesters said they are rallying against the Jehovah's Witnesses not because the organization is different from Eastern Orthodox Christianity but because they deem their "religious propaganda" dangerous for society by denouncing all national and religious holidays and the respect for national symbols and family values.
Dzhambazki vowed that VMRO will continue to rally until the Jehovah's Witnesses stop preaching their "mad theses". He stressed that the organization has not been registered in a number of EU countries as well as in Turkey, and that there is a reason for that.
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This is a total lie. I don't know who this person is but we do not keep a file on people. We do not have snitches.
It looks like this person was committing some sin and keeping it secret. When it was exposed, instead of accepting responsibility for violating a moral principle in the Bible, they got mad. And we do not hound people. Total lie.
The more the VRMO incites violence, requiring Police intervention and promote propagnada to justify it, the more obvious it becomes who are the real danger to Bulgarians. The Bulgaria they want is one that will resort to outright lies (that will not stand up in a court of law) and suspend human rights to justify their hatred and bigotry. Hmmm ... who does that remind you of? Are they trying to repeat history?
A predictable aspect of cult behavior is to actively go to the `outside` and deliberately seek out persecution, to reinforce the `them and us` perception of the world.
The followers of the Watchtower Jehovah's Witnesses are purposefully bringing negative voice and actions unto themselves by forcing themselves onto the people.
This is a strategic attempt by the Watch Tower to mold world opinion to their favor. It works for the Watch Tower followers by reason the followers are taught they will be persecuted for their beliefs. In these cases there is not persecution per se but a strong reaction by the people and government that they are not wanted.
In order to be classfied as cult, certain criteria must be met. One of them is force. The JWs use force in many different ways to in order to keep their people "believing". If your Christian organization uses force, then you aren't in a Christian church.
Other tactics they use...forced obedience, fear, and threats of all sorts if members should try to leave.
Believe it or not, they actually keep a file on every member which includes all your reported activities by other members aka, snitches. If you start "slacking" or showing shines of causing "trouble", they call in the elders and hound that person till he complies. They force family members to cut that person off till he complies. They have a name for it..it's called "shunning".
It's a perfect example of a true cult.
Mr. Dzhambaszki should take notice of the experience of the Pharisees with 1st century Christioans. They wanted to kill them. But, "33 When they heard this, they felt deeply cut and were wanting to do away with them. 34 But a certain man rose in the San?he?drin, a Pharisee named Ga?ma?li?el, a Law teacher esteemed by all the people, and gave the command to put the men outside for a little while. 35 And he said to them: “Men of Israel, pay attention to yourselves as to what YOU intend to do respecting these men........[he noted several victories over other similar men who got in their path, then].....38 And so, under the present circumstances, I say to YOU, Do not meddle with these men, but let them alone; (because, if this scheme or this work is from men, it will be overthrown; 39 but if it is from God, YOU will not be able to overthrow them;) otherwise, YOU may perhaps be found fighters actually against God.” 40 At this they gave heed to him, and they summoned the apostles, flogged them, and ordered them to stop speaking upon the basis of Jesus’ name, and let them go."
If we are as we claim to be from Jehovah God, you might be guilty of setting yourself against God himself. If we are not from God, we will end ourselves naturally.
Yes we teach the end of this wicked system is coming soon, BUT we also show the Bible says it will be replaced by something infinitely better. God's heavenly Kingdom will rule the entire earth. Bringing paradise conditions on the planet. Cleansing all the pollution man has created. Healing all diseases. Restoring lost limbs and other body parts. Restoring the dead to perfect humam life. All under a government that can actually solve all of our problems insterad of create more. Are you against this? That is a part of what the Bible shows will happen. Do you not want to be a part of that life?
We do not reject families. We build them. Relatives become so upset there is change in our lives, they reject us. Not we reject them.
We have not attacked anyone. Thugs attack Jehovah's people. We take no part in wars. That is on orders from the Bible and Christ. We are no threat to the government. We only offer to teach people what will save their lives to live under God's Kingdom rule on earth. By teaching the truth of the Bible. We are teachers, not subversives.
Religious *persecution* in itself means nothing.
JW are not *persecuted* *like Jesus was* you are NOTHING like Jesus.
-If *persecution* is a sign from God that you are the one true religion then what about Scientology there is even more opposition to them than the JW?
99 percent of the world has rejected the teachings of the Watchtower Jehovah's Witnesses as a 'joke' but the darker truth is they are a destructive and oppressive organization. Jehovah's Witnesses are a fraud for God cult.They have split up countless families with their harmful dogmas.
Truth on Jehovah Witness Watchtower cult
REAP what you SOW!
Actually if any group is spreading hate - it is the JWs. They complain about how bad the world is doing but do very little to nothing in charitable works.
They DO break up families they DO kill with their twisted compromised blood transfusion ban and everybody knows it.
The Watchtower has been a source of hate Literature for over 100 years.
Watchtower and other Jehovahs Witness publications have been full of slanderous, half-truth, deceiving, misleading hatefilled articles and lies.
The Jehovahs Witnesses on one hand fill their books and lectures with details about how evil and corrupt every other religion is, but then when theirs is exposed as corrupt they fall back on how it’s *voluntary* to be a member, and how its not nice to say nasty things about them, and how they are being *persecuted*.
Jehovah Witness cult has *sown the wind and now reaps the whirlwind*