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The irony is that, if anyone is committing online “hate speech” in this dispute, it’s Watchtower, with its calls for shunning of those who leave the faith, its demonisation of those who criticise its doctrines and its praise of genocide for non-believers at Armageddon.

Frankly, I don’t support Facebook banning either Ex JW or Pro-Watchtower pages, and I don’t like the casual way accusations of “hate speech” are being casually thrown around nowadays, but the appalling lack of ethical clarity here is dreadful.

But even if that was the case, we arrive at the same disturbing conclusion.

A religious group able to enforce blasphemy law and silence critics, with Facebook complicit in the act.

I just knew that people needed to “avoid” JWs if they wanted to have a happy life without having the religion interfere with their families.

At that time, I didn’t even know there were secret documents in terms of guidelines, handbooks and policy letters.

It was then that I realised what direction I needed to go with the website: bring transparency to a highly secretive and extremely controlling organisation. I challenge anyone to look through the Avoid JW website and find anything close to that kind of rhetoric.

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