Jehovah’s Witnesses and the Black Man!

Jehovah's Witnesses and the black man

There’s an old saying in the Black Community, “when white folks get a cold, blacks folks catch pneumonia”. The same is true when it comes to leaving the Jehovah’s Witness religion. It seems that blacks aka African Americans, tend to remain in the organization much longer than their white counterparts after learning that this is not the truth. In fact, they have much more to lose when leaving because many times they are attracted to the organization because they are escaping their former environment. The prospects of leaving the organization does not look that attractive to them. Thus they remain in the organization longer than necessary.

From our personal experience, we have seen that on average, African Americans may work lower wage jobs and when they come to the Kingdom Hall, they receive respect from members at the Kingdom Hall more so than they do on their jobs. Therefore, they have a lot more to lose when leaving the organization.

African Americans may feel they have nowhere else to go if they leave the Watchtower, Bible & Tract Society. We’ve received emails from a lot of individuals stating that the Jehovah’s Witnesses helped them clean up their life. However, unbeknownst to them, there are many other religions that help individuals do the same thing. The only difference is the Watchtower threatens their members with disfellowshipping if they do something wrong.

While we are not saying that ALL African Americans work low wage jobs, they have much more of a struggle to attain suitable employment due to the organization discouraging higher education.


How to Rescue Your Family from the Jehovah’s Witnesses?

Rescue Family from Jehovah's Witnesses

This podcast discusses issues pertaining to how to rescue your family from the Jehovah’s Witnesses. When most people wake up and realize the real truth about the religion, they want to tell everyone. Because Jehovah’s Witnesses have been trained to shut down when others speak negatively about the Watchtower, Bible, & Tract Society aka JW.ORG, you have to take a different approach when dealing with your loved ones.

When individuals are learning about becoming one of Jehovah’s Witnesses, they do not learn about the religion all in one day. It is exactly the same when you leave the organization. You have to come to certain realizations and for many, it is difficult to accept what they have come to appreciate as being a teaching from God.

When speaking with your family or friends, it is important that you ask the right questions. Simply telling a Jehovah’s Witness about the Watchtower Society’s affiliation with the  United Nations or providing them with information about the Australian Royal Commission is not enough.

Every Jehovah’s Witness at some point in time have questions in the back of their mind as to the validity of certain Watchtower teachings. However, it is the goal of the Watchtower Society to keep their members busy and this will keep them from waking up to the realization about the fallacy of the teachings,

We have come to appreciate that most people leave the religion when they are personally affected by something that takes place at the Kingdom Hall. It’s as if until they meet with what we term the cold hand of steel, they wholeheartedly believe that the Watchtower Society speaks for God.

The culture of the Jehovah’s Witnesses is to keep all conversations positive where they do not talk negatively about the organization. Otherwise, it would not take long for them to collaborate and talk amongst themselves and come to the logical conclusion that when it’s all said and done, they are working for free for a book publishing corporation.

This podcast encourages you to take your time when trying to introduce your family and friends about what you have come to discover about the organization. We strongly encourage you to help yourself first. We use the analogy of when there is a need to put on an oxygen mask in case of an emergency, parents are instructed to put their mask on first prior to putting it on their child. Otherwise, you could pass out from a lack of oxygen and the small child would be unable to assist you. The same is true when leaving the Watchtower. You need to get yourself to safety before you go back to make an attempt to rescue your loved ones.




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Do Jehovah’s Witnesses Subcontract Their Critical Thinking to the Governing Body?

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In this video, JT is interviewed by Daniel in an in depth discussion about whether or not Jehovah’s Witnesses do their own critical thinking or actually subcontract it out to the governing body of Jehovah’s Witnesses.

Lady Cee and JT then discuss the interview and share their own personal experiences on the topic.

Jehovah’s Witnesses: JT & Lady Cee 2017 Year End Review


JT & Lady Cee discuss their past year at YouTube


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Ladies Night – Vast Apostate Hour

JT appears as a guest on the Gilbert GonZealous Group!

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Newlyweds Escape the Jehovah’s Witnesses

Newlyweds Escape the Jehovah's Witnesses

JT & Lady Cee interview Keith and Shannon, a newlywed couple that landed on their feet after escaping from the Jehovah’s Witness faith.

To learn more about Keith and Shannon and how they were instrumental in helping her parents to learn the truth about the truth, be sure to tune in to their YouTube channel, True Faced.