I have looked at the brochure on page 6 and 7 from 1994. The part that the essay was honing in on was how apostates use this statement in the current brochure claiming that the WTS agreed to support the UN's charter. It reads:
What are the Criteria for NGOs to become associated with DPI? The NGO must support and respect the principles of the Charter of the UN and have a clear mission statement that is consistent with those principles;”
Rather than making this statement the 1994 brochure said: Who is eligible for association with the DPI? Non-profit organizations which: share the ideals of the UN charter;”
As for what the 1994 brochure says on page 7 it really doesn't matter.
1. We are not sure what the 1992 brochure says or if the WTS was even sent one. Rather than enclosing a 1992 brochure when addressing the issue Hoeffel refers to the current brochure. It would have been helpful if he would have provided the 1992 brochure instead.
2. Furthermore as we have shown the word support can mean many different things and in the case of the words in the 1994 brochure on page 7 it is evident that the word support means to furnish corroborating evidence. It is, after all, the purpose of the DPI to give information about the UN and its programs.
3. Whatever anyone says or pulls out of their hat doesn't matter. The WTS never signed an agreement to support the UN as the application clearly shows. They never went through the rigorous review process instituted after they withdrew. The only documents the WTS signed was the document showing who would be the representatives for the coming years and what fields they were interested in.
If you put in an application to receive a new car from a car dealer and they gave you a new car and simply said write something about us and you never signed anything saying how much you would pay for the car could they later come back and say, 'Hey, by the way, you owe us 30,000 dollars for that car.' Since you never signed a lease or bill of sale or any contract you could merely say, 'Wait a minute. I never agreed to that. Here's your car back.' It doesn't mean squat if the car dealer sent out brochures later or released press releases saying anyone accepting our cars and agreeing to write about us also agrees to support our charter and ideals. If you didn't sign anything you didn't agree to anything.
So the WTS is exhonerated of wrongdoing from many different angles.