The Golden Age Of A JWs Warfare Technology!
I wish to extend my appreciation to the United States Marine Corp., United States Air Force, United States Army, United States Navy for their web-sites and Taylorcraft Corporation, for their assistance and E-mails therefore providing a mountain of reliable and historical evidence for this report. This report was (Notarized) in the State of Florida, October 28th, 2004.
This article was (not) written to judge the Watchtower Society, or Jehovah’s Witnesses as to any of their Christian beliefs. This report is presented to show that while the Watchtower Society and Jehovah’s Witnesses condemn war or any such involvement in warfare, it was indeed one of their own devout ministers who was instrumental in the production of weapons of mass destruction specifically during WW2.
Clarence Gilbert Taylor, founder of the (Taylorcraft) Corporation, and who set up nine different companies in the mass production of warfare technology was a (devout) Jehovah’s Witness, along with his wife (Josephine), who was also a true Jehovah’s Witness.
Clarence Gilbert Taylor was born on September 25th, 1898, and the Taylor Brothers Aircraft Company was started in the late 1920s, with Clarence and his brother Gordon.
Onetime barnstormers the brothers had designed and were attempting to market a two-seat mono- plane called the “Chummy” when Gordon was killed in a plane crash in 1928. A photo of Clarence G. Taylor can be seen here and history:
And a picture of the “Chummy” airplane can be seen here:
The first document I found stating that Clarence G. Taylor was a (devout) member of Jehovah’s Witnesses was presented by the Taylorcraft Corporation themselves. Around 1939 Taylor was documented as a (devout) Jehovah’s Witness. Go here and look at the top of page 3:
Listed between the years of 1939 and 1942, Taylorcraft manufactured the Army TG-6 Glider, and a listing of this can be found at this website and by scrolling 3/4 of the way down and searching under (Manufacturer’s Codes), look for manufacturer’s codes starting with the letter (T). Go here:
To see a picture of the Taylorcraft Army TG-6 Glider, Go here and scroll 3/4 of the way down and look for the plane under an old picture with a high tower 51 pictures down: Go here:
Here is a listing of the Military Squadrons that used Taylorcraft planes:
Taylorcraft Auster III War-props: Go here:
For reasons of supply, the Army ordered its light planes most of which were simple military conversions from standard civilian aircraft, from several different manufacturers. (1)The Taylorcraft Aviation Corporation. (2)The Aeronca Aircraft Corporation. (3)The Piper Aircraft Corporation. (4)and the Stinson Division of Voltee. Agitation for better air observation grew in intensity, led by chief of Field Artillery, Major General Robert M. Danford. This attracted the attention of the three leading light aircraft manufacturers: Aeronca, Taylorcraft, and Piper. They got into the act and placed one or more civilian aircraft with company pilots, at the disposal of every senior commander in every large scale Army maneuver conducted. See this web-site and check papagraph 1.
Pictures of Taylorcraft L-2/0-57, Go here:
Pictures of the Taylorcraft L-2M Grasshopper: Army photos museum, Go here: http://www.wpafb.af.mil/museum/air_power/ap4.htm
Pictures of Taylorcraft Army Planes here and see paragraph 2
Taylorcraft BC12-65: http://www.airliners.net/open.file?id=188118
Taylorcraft BC12D: Go here:
Taylorcraft L Series, Go here:
Taylorcraft Official Records for Parts for CG4A Military Gliders: Go here: http://www.taylorcraft.org/A-746.pdf
Taylorcraft XTG-6: See 4th picture down, Go here:
Taylorcraft Photos of Military Gliders, Look under CD No.3 Various Gliders, just past 1/2 the way down: Go here:
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE:
The Royal Air Force information. Read paragraph 3. Go here:
Taylorcraft United States Air Force Serial Numbers Official Records. Taylorcraft impressed or converted from civilian airplanes and made them into Military airplanes. Scroll 3/4 of the way down and look for Taylorcraft: Go here: http://home.att.net/~jbaugher/1943_1.html
Taylorcraft United States Air Force Designation Numbers. Its the first listing. Go here:
UNITED STATES NAVY:
Designated Naval Abbreviations. Go here and look under lettered box at 3rd listing in bold letters, and look for (Taylorcraft). Go here:
The Taylorcraft (Glomb), stands for Glider Bomb. Go here for pictures and information:
In 1942 Taylor set up the (Gibson Refrigerator Company), at Greenville, Michigan, to build CG4A Military Gliders, and weapons of mass destruction. Gibson Refrigerator Company manufactured about 1700 refrigerators for the military housing department. However, under the direction of C.G. Taylor, the Gibson Company also contracted and manufactured the following:
1. Incendiary Bombs
15. Mustard Gas
The Memories of the Gibson Refrigerator Company can be found at this web-site, and paragraphs 33 and 34 mentions how C.G. Taylor took over to train, tool, and oversee the companies operations for the CG4A Bomber Gliders. Go here: http://www.fightingfalcon.com/grc.htm
(If you click on (NEXT) at the bottom of the web-site page, it will give you the history of Gibson Refrigerator Company, and provides (pictures) of C.G. Taylor).
Historical pictures, newspapers, articles, records, and so forth can be found at this web-site. The older pictures are close to the bottom:
Famous people who trained or flew Taylorcraft Airplanes include:
Dwight D. Eisenhower who was brought up in the Bible Students faith, or (Jehovah’s Witnesses) himself, trained in a Taylorcraft Airplane. Go here and see paragraph 37. http://www.eaa231.org/Museum/J3/J3.htm
Eleanor Roosevelt flew in a Taylorcraft Airplane, and posed with them for publicity pictures. Go here:
Amelia Earhart posed with Taylorcraft Airplanes with WASP (Women Air Force Service Pilots). Go here and scroll down to the 2nd
Brigadier General Joseph J Foss Ang, was awarded the “Medal Of Honor” by President Franklin D. Roosevelt, who also trained with Taylorcraft airplanes. Foss also served two terms as Governor of the State of South Dakota from January 1955 to January 1959. Go here and scroll 1/2 the way down to the picture of Joe smokong a cigar, and look at paragraph 5. http://www.medalofhonor.com/JoeFoss.htm
In view of all of the publicity, advertisements, famous people, and world renowned hype of the Taylorcraft name, it would have been very difficult for the Watchtower Society to claim that they did not know who C.G. Taylor was, or were unaware of the Military manufacturing businesses that Taylor was involved in.
The names (Taylorcraft), and C.G. Taylor were world known trademarks that were advertised in newspapers, magazines, radio, television, and conversation topics discussed even by Presidents of the United States.
C.G. Taylor was also turning in (Field Service Reports), to the Watchtower Society with his name signed to every slip, and every member of his Jehovah’s Witness congregation must have known, or been aware of his worldwide manufacturing of weapons.
Taylor continued his Military manufacturing of weapons until 1958, yet the 1988 Yearbook of Jehovah’s Witnesses page 208 states, “After their departure, the Society did not appoint another pilgrim to oversee the work until ten years later, in 1937. But the local brothers remained undaunted. They continued to preach in the four or five places where groups met, and they sent their (field service reports) directly to the Society in Brooklyn.” So for at least 19 years, from 1939 to 1958, C.G. Taylor was turning in his (field service reports) to the Watchtower Society. Surely his name was recognized by the Watchtower, however, there are no records of C.G. Taylor ever being expelled or disfellowshipped from any congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses.
As stated before, this article is (not) to judge the Watchtower Society or Jehovah’s Witnesses as to their Christian beliefs. However, in view of the staggering evidence provided by all four branches of the Military, and statements made from C.G. Taylor’s own Taylorcraft Corporation itself, it would be my opinion, that the Watchtower Society and it’s members should not be so quick to claim that they are strictly (neutral) as to world affairs.
When the Watchtower Society or Jehovah’s Witnesses judge others in such a way as to condemn the entire world to destruction just because of a difference of beliefs, or because American soldiers defend our country, do they really have room to talk considering the evidence we have just considered?
I think that Jesus Christ said it best when he said, “Truly I say to you that the tax collectors and the harlots are going ahead of you into the Kingdom of God.”
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