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Witness to ex-JW activists: You say you love us, so why try to change us?

[Going door to door. Credit:]

Ex-JW activists, you have been called out! We noticed this tweet recently by a gentleman we don’t know, Floyd Butterman, and we wondered what our readers might say about his stance.

The ex-JW activists we’ve observed focus on Watchtower abuses, such as disfellowshipping, child abuse cover ups, and the blood transfusion issue. Is it really a bad thing to want to reach out to current Jehvoah’s Witnesses to inform them about these practices and how harmful they can be?

Well, let us know if you think Mr. Butterman has a point.



#JehovahsWitnesses’ apostates claim to love the Witnesses, however they despise everything that makes the #JW’s religion different from other churches. Hence, the real apostate message is “We would love Jehovah’s Witnesses, if they stopped being Jehovah’s Witnesses.”


Posted by Tony Ortega on March 29, 2019 at 14:30

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Tony Ortega is a journalist who was formerly the editor of The Village Voice. He’s written about Scientology since 1995, and in May 2015 released a book about Scientology’s harassment of Paulette Cooper titled ‘The Unbreakable Miss Lovely,’ and more recently a compilation of his stories, ‘Battlefield Scientology.’ He continues to monitor breaking developments in the Scientology world, as well as other subjects such as Jehovah’s Witnesses. You can reach him by sending him a message at tonyo94 AT (Drop him a line if you’d like to get an e-mail whenever a new story is posted.)


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