Jenga is a simple game in which wooden blocks are neatly piled up - and then removed, one by one, until one person ( the person who loses
the game) makes the pile collapse.
It is tempting to see the organization in the same way - making small but significant "removals" over time. They pull out food service
at assemblies, subscriptions, most hard bound literature, layoffs and downsizing at Bethel, and reduced Awake distribution - and weaken
themselves thereby. Even the hardest stone can be worn away by ceaslessly dripping water.
Another important element - that slowly 'pulls blocks out' is the continuing exposure of the Watchtower. The recent "big news" about blood
in particular, is yet another step in pulling out elements of support both internal and external to the organization. Over time,
the exposure of Watchtower missteps serves to pressure anyone left in the organization who still has thinking ability or a caring heart,
Little by little, we are succeeding in encouraging the image of Jehovah's Witnesses as ignorant fanatics who criticize college
education, who break up families with shunning, who throw away their lives because of an irrelevant 'blood' issue, who hypocritically
hide child sexual abuse and so on. Aiding our cause are many Witnesses themselves, who often damage their own image by foolishness
such as the recent "hot cross buns" story ( Paganism! Paganism!). It's called 'shooting yourself in the foot' - and they do a lot of it!
It maybe that some day, if the Society's cash flow runs out, that you could witness a "Jenga" style collapse of the organization,
once it has been sufficiently weakened at every joint. Alternatively, I'm certain that the Governing Body worries about the next generation
of Witness kids growing up while feeling ashamed of being Witnesses! Given their deepening image troubles and lack of support
for young Witnesses, this may spell doom for them as well, although not as precipitously.