Videos for Jehovah’s Witnesses

2016 Regional Convention of Jehovah’s Witnesses

All the videos (talks, dramas and outlines) in English.

2016 Regional Convention of Jehovah's Witnesses


Bethelites are HAPPY

This video was created by one of Jehovah’s Witnesses at their headquarters in New York. The song was used without permission. This video has been inserted here without permission, only because the brother might be lucky enough to lose his “privileges”. This would allow him to focus on the more important things in life, such as getting a quality education.

Happy at Bethel video


Conti & Simons Interview

On February 10th 2013, an interview was filmed in a lawyer’s office in Oakland California. This was no ordinary interview.

This was an opportunity for Candace Conti, together with her Lawyer Rick Simons, to answer questions about her landmark case against the Watchtower. The questions were posed by members of (formerly forum who were following the case.

If you are a Jehovah’s Witness or former believer, you will find the answers enlightening. The interview lifts the lid on an organization that values secrecy more than the safety of its children.

The Conti & Simons Interview



Cristiano72392 is Franco’s twin brother, Mario. He carefully analyzes different cults and religious sects that have invaded the lives of many people with their strange and bizarre doctrines. He believes that such doctrines serve only to control and exploit those who adhere to them. Below, you’ll find his latest video. To watch any of his other videos, simply click on the icon in the top-right corner of the video screen*.

Apologista ing Mario Olceses Presenta


Fuerza Lavasoriana

Fuerza Lavasoriana is a Youtube Channel providing arguments against Watchtower doctrine in both English and Spanish.  The arguments are provided by Franco Olcese. Below, you’ll find his latest video. To watch any of his other videos, simply click on the icon in the top-right corner of the video screen*.

Fuerza La Vasoriana


Great Apostate, The

The Great Apostate is a former Jehovah’s Witness from Northern Ireland. He uses comedy to take apart the beliefs of Jehovah’s Witnesses.

The Great Apostate


Israel Ricky Gonzales

Israel Ricky Gonzales was one of Jehovah’s Witnesses for most of his life. He was baptized in 1994 when he was just 15 years of age. He eventually learned that he had been lied to. Not only he, but all 7.8 million Jehovah’s Witnesses world wide.

His videos are his genuine efforts to expose the lies that The Watchtower Bible and Tract Society has been feeding it’s loyal members since 1879. He discusses each lie,  thus exposing the society as false prophets, as identified at Deuteronomy 18:20-22. Below is a playlist of all his videos. Simply click on the icon on the top left corner of the video screen to view any of his additional videos.

Israel Ricky Gonzales


Jehovah’s Witness Cult Video Documentary

This video for Jehovah’s Witnesses is also for ex-Witnesses and non-Witnesses to help all see how the religion, known as Jehovah’s Witnesses is really a cult.

Raymond Franz in Cult Documentary


Jehovah’s Witnesses & Mental Illness

Dr Jerry Bergman discusses mental illness within the cult of Jehovah’s Witnesses

Jehovah's Witnesses and Mental Illness


JW Broadcasting Reviews

John Cedars provides his views on Youtube with regard to the videos presented by JW Broadcasting, a serviced provided by the Governing Body of Jehovah’s Witnesses to “connect” with their adherents on a personal level.

JW Broadcasting with Lloyd Evans


Nails in Watchtower’s Coffin

Kim & Mikey are two ex-Jehovah’s Witnesses. They discuss with other ex-Jehovah’s Witnesses why they came to the realization that Jehovah’s Witnesses do not have “the truth” as they claim. For every Jehovah’s WItness who leaves the cult, it is another nail in Watchtower’s coffin.

Kim & Mike another Nail in the Watchtower Coffin


Questions for Jehovah’s Witnesses

1 John 4:1 cautions us to test whether the statements uttered by others are true or not. In the New World Translation of the Holy Scriptures, this verse is phrased as follows:

Beloved ones, do not believe every inspired statement, but test the inspired statements to see whether they originate with God, for many false prophets have gone out into the world.

It makes sense that we should test the “inspired statements” from the Watchtower, Bible & Tract Society (here referred to as The Society) to see whether they originate with God. But surely, how can one do this if they rely ONLY on statements from the Watchtower, Bible & Tract Society? It’s impossible!

Watch the series of videos below and attempt to answer all the questions posed. If you can answer them all, then indeed the “inspired statements from The Society may indeed originate with God. If you can’t find a justifiable answer for all the questions, then you must wonder if some or all of their statements are those of “false prophets”.

So, on that basis, I invite you to “test the inspired statements”. Simply click on icon at the top right of the video, to choose a video question.

Questions for Jehovah's WItnesses



Jehovah’s Witnesses are told to shun their children in a talk given at their 2013 District Conventions. Why? So that the one being shunned will miss his family and will return so he can talk with them. This is all explained under the guise of “re-establishing one’s relationship with Jehovah”. But, the reality is that it’s a tortuous method for all involved so that the Jehovah’s Witnesses can retain numbers. This video for Jehovah’s Witnesses is also for ex-Witnesses and non-Witnesses to help all see the damaging effects Watchtower’s doctrines has on families.

Shunning by Jehovah's Witnesses



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