i understand what your saying but from what i can see your dwelling on all the negitive all the question that cant be answered
I don't know if you were addressing my questions, but if you were even you know they can be answered. No, in spite of the NT appeals to unity (from different perspectives), the early Christians (which you would call "anointed") did not agree on everything, and they did disagree on fairly important points.
Why should this be different now? And, then, why would the Governing Body of Jehovah's Witnesses insist on regarding only those who adhere 100 % to their opinion as true Christians, disfellowshipping and shunning any former member who happens to disagree to any extent? Are they working for Christian unity? Ask yourself. Seriously.