Jehovah’s Witnesses Don’t Believe In Military Service, National Anthems Or Voting

Or celebrate birthdays, mothers day or Halloween, Christmas and Easter. But they do believe in lawyers and lawsuits

Witness Hall

A group of Jehovah’s Witnesses that rented property in
Pacific Grove for nearly 50 years is suing its landlords, alleging they broke the terms of a longstanding agreement by not allowing it to purchase the property.

The congregation contends that in March, the owners in-
formed them they had decided to sell the property for $1 million cash.
While the Jehovah’s Witnesses said they would purchase it,
the owners sold it to Hayward Lumber instead.

Jehovah’s Witnesses Don’t Believe In Military Service, National Anthems Or Voting