Milan Italy – Public Denonstration against ostracism practiced by Jehovah’s Witnesses
We did it again!
Two years after Rome, yesterday December 1st, day by day, we were about 100 of us demonstrating on a public square in the center of Milan, Italy.
At about 10-11 a.m. many of us were already on the spot, installing our gazebo on the public square where we were granted authorization by the police and starting the distribution of about 4000 tracts to passersby in the surrounding squares, boulevards and streets exposing the Watchtower for its teachings and instructions on discriminating those who decide to use their rights to walk away from this religious movement without to have to incur the ostracism imposed by the leadership.
The reason for the demonstration is the same as the one held in Rome 2 years ago, because of the low being discussed by this religious movement, between others, 0.8% payback to the Watchtower of the income taxes relieved by the government, similar to what is being practice for the Vatican. Here a link to the first demonstration in Rome of two years ago: http://www.testimoni-di-geova.info/...
During the demonstration, several people who have been ostracized were interviewed and have told their sad story of discrimination by the members of their close family because of the Watchtower internal rules which violate the Italian Constitution and the charter of the Universal Human Rights.
At about 5 p.m., after a day of continued demonstration with tracts distribution, interviews, wall charts, posters and bills, the event was closed while a tiny rain started to fall on the city.
A first series of shots of the event are already visible on the Italian forum here: http://forum.infotdgeova.it/viewtop... Others will be published soon on this site.