Welcome to the forum.
Your comments make it seem as though you are unaware of the mind control tactics that make many people stay witnesses all thier lives.
Much of the anger that is being revealed here is toward the manipuation of the organization, the visciousness with which it denegrates those who do choose to leave at some point, the fact that many of us have lost our entire family, all our friendships and social structure, over having made a conscience choice to leave the religion. Some have anger issues due to the loss of loved ones who chose to be 'martyrs for the watchtower' by refusing blood, or organ transplants. Some of us are pissed that we were manipulated into telling others lies and misrepresenting the Bible at thousands of doors in our ministry. Some have rejected education, homes, jobs, marriage, children, grandchildren, travel, sports, etc, over the supposed 'theocratic lifestyle'. Yet others were excommunicated due to having been the victims of child rapist being protected by the bylaws of this religion. Victimizing the victims yet further. Some of us have known loved ones and friends who committed suicide over the guilt and shame that is heaped on those who dare to be human within this ungodly lot.
None of these tremendous pains and agony come out of normal religions. In those religions people are allowed, yes even expected, to think, and decide for themselves. Good witnesses gave that up to serve God and his Faithful slave. Many, perhaps most, did not break off from the religion earlier due to the intense pain that comes to those who do so.
If you are unable to grasp the human toll taken by such high control religious cults, perhaps you are in the wrong place.
Go away to a forum that you can grasp, and leave those trying to heal from the destructive sectarian cult of Jehovah's witnesses alone here. Wlak in someone else's moccasins before you speak.
Jeff [of the class of those unable today to put up with those who mock the bloodied and broken]
Edited to add: By the time I posted this I see in the post directly before this one, that you seem to have softened the tone of your rhetoric. I had only read your initial post when replying. To the extent that you begin to grasp the depth and length and breadth of destruction wrought by this book publishing house pretending to be a religion, to that extent I mollify my anger expressed above. Sincerly. Jeff