Jehovah’s Witnesses: Three Signs that Exhibit they are Collective Narcissists


Collective Narcissism-2


In this video, JT & Lady Cee join their voices with Arc Ripley of Arglue to Collaborate on the topic of Jehovah’s Witnesses and Collective Narcissism.

We discuss the top three things that identify the Jehovah’s Witnesses as collective narcissists:

1) Persecution Complex
2) Belief that they are the only true religion
3) They believe they are the center of attention

Arc is a fellow YouTuber from a different community that focuses a lot of videos on the topic of Narcissism. He is not affiliated with Jehovah’s Witnesses thus offers an outsiders perspective on the traits of Narcissistic traits.

Arc Ripley

Narcissism is the pursuit of gratification from vanity or egotistic admiration of one’s idealised self image and attributes. The term originated from Greek mythology, where the young Narcissus fell in love with his own image reflected in a pool of water.

Collective narcissism (or group narcissism) extends the concept of individual narcissism onto the social level of self. It is a tendency to exaggerate the positive image and importance of a group the individual belongs to – i.e. the ingroup.




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GJobbing at Bethel

In the fifth installment of life at Bethel with JT, he talks about G-Jobbing and how everyone at Bethel was not broke. A lot of the brothers that work in the trades had the opportunity to make money on the side by doing construction jobs at Kingdom Hall’s and the homes of the local friends in the congregation (roofing, laying tile, dry wall, installing carpet, etc.). Others had the opportunity to work as wedding photographers and waiter’s at weddings. And for those individuals that had a skill in cutting hair, they were able to earn a few extra bucks working as a barber to those brothers needing a haircut much sooner than the three weeks allowed at Bethel.

For those brothers that had a skill in computer programming, they took their talent to Wall Street and held jobs over there after hours. The opportunities were endless.

Of course, all good things must come to an end! And so it did when the issue of tax reporting became a serious issue when Bethelites started receiving 1099’s and were reportedly not filing the extra cash earned on their taxes. Yikes!



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JT and Public Talks – Life at Bethel Part 4 (Jehovah’s Witnesses)

Life at Bethel Part 4

This video is a continuation of JT’s life at Bethel. He discusses Public Talks and his role as the speaker coordinator in his congregation. The presiding overseer in his congregation specifically asked him not to coordinate speakers from other Kingdom Hall’s using what he termed a whole sale bargain where if they had 11 speakers, they would automatically tradeoff every speaker they had. Rather, he encouraged JT to select only their best speakers.

JT was not bashful in whom he invited to his congregation to deliver talks at his congregation. He approached some of the most popular speakers and even asked select members from the Governing Body. To his surprise brother George Gangas, one of the Governing Body members actually accepted his invite.

He recounts what it was like accompanying brother Gangas to his congregation for field service prior to the Sunday meeting and the series of events that happened prior to the meeting.

JT and the Congregation – Life at Bethel

JT Goes to Bethel

This podcast goes into more details about my Bethel experience by discussing what it was like meeting the friends in my congregation.

I discuss:

  • Congregation assignments
  • Meeting the friends
  • Surviving Bethel and receiving assistance from the older friends
  • Learning and understanding the culture at Bethel for compensating those providing transportation
  • Determining whether to bring car to Bethel
  • Learning how to conduct myself in the Big Apple coming from North Carolina

Jehovah’s Witnesses & the Two Witness Rule


Jehovah's Witness Two Witness Rule

The Watchtower 1995 Nov 1 pp.28-9

If the accusation is denied, the elders should explain to the accuser that nothing more can be done in a judicial way . And the congregation will continue to view the one accused as an innocent person. The Bible says that there must be two or three witnesses before judicial action can be taken. (2 Corinthians 13:1; 1 Timothy 5:19) Even if more than one person remembers abuse by the same individual, the nature of these recalls is just too uncertain to base judicial decisions on them without other supporting evidence. This does not mean that such memories are viewed as false (or that they are viewed as true). But Bible principles must be followed in establishing a matter judicially.



JT’s First Day at Bethel – the Watchtower, Bible & Tract Society Headquarters


JT First Day at Bethel-2

This podcast goes into more details about my Bethel experience by discussing what it was like on my first day.

I discuss:

  • Advice from the elders prior to leaving
  • Reporting to the Bethel Office
  • Hanging out with fellow Bethelites
  • The importance of having a mentor
  • The impact of having the right social circles can have a positive or negative impact on you
  • Being part of a good congregation helps you to succeed at Bethel


JT Goes to Bethel – Watchtower, Bible & Tract Society Headquarters

JT Goes to Bethel

This podcast is the beginning of a series where JT chronicles his life at Bethel. He provides an in-depth account about the good, bad and ugly pertaining to Bethel’s culture, rules, institutional living, and the impact it has on the lives of Jehovah’s Witnesses around the world.

In this podcast, he discusses those that influenced his decision to make Bethel a career choice and the steps he took to get there.