I was browsing around inside the 2004 Library and run across an article that said this: "Ever since its establishment in 1914, God's heavenly Kingdom has been gathering and organizing its subjects from peoples around the world." I hate to read things like that in the publications, for two reasons:
1) Because I know that the WTS is wrong in thinking the Kingdom has been established. 2) They are attributing something having been done to a Kingdom that doesn't exist yet.
For the WTS to credit God's Kingdom with having done such a thing, when the actual truth of the matter is that the Kingdom hasn't even been established yet, suggests that the writer of the article has quite an IMAGINATION! I've quoted the statement below, in context. -- Schizm.
August 1, 2004 Watchtower page 6 God’s Kingdom Government—A Reality Today Subjects of God’s Kingdom Government
Ever since its establishment in 1914, God’s heavenly Kingdom has been gathering and organizing its subjects from peoples around the world. This is in fulfillment of a remarkable prophecy recorded by Isaiah: "It must occur in the final part of the days that the mountain of the house of Jehovah [his exalted true worship] will become firmly established above the top of the mountains, . . . and to it all the nations must stream." The prophecy shows that "many peoples" would go up to that mountain and embrace Jehovah’s instructions and laws.—Isaiah 2:2, 3.
This activity has resulted in the most significant movement of modern times—an international brotherhood of over 6,000,000 Christians in more than 230 lands of the earth. At international conventions of Jehovah’s Witnesses, observers are often astounded to see the love, peace, and unity among the vast crowds of people, transcending barriers of nationality, culture, and language. (Acts 10:34, 35) Would you not agree that for a government to be able to bring hundreds of ethnic groups together in peace and harmony, it must be effective and stable—and real?