I did see your thread about Ms. Ant's phone call to Bethel and I listened to most of it. Ms. Ant has her own style and likes to try to manage both sides of the argument rather than find a more palatable approach. That is not, and has never been, my style. I guess that makes me a pussy or something.
When you hear my audios of the two calls I made to Bethel you will see that my approach was 180 degrees from Ms. Ant's rants - I was actually trying to be nice and helpful. I know - why would I want to be nice to anyone at the Watchtower? Because they are people too and have personal feelings that can be hurt. Why would I want to hurt their personal feelings just because they have been given the rather unpleasant task of answering mostly anonymous phone calls. And a high percentage of those calls will be from people like Ms. Ant who really want to pick an argument with them rather than ask a straightforward question in a reasonable way.
The purpose of my calls will become clear when you hear them:
1. Your highly touted website (JW.org) doesn't have a contact page or a working email address that anyone can write to.
2. When anyone sends postal mail to Brooklyn or Patterson, even when sent registered with return receipt verified, no one ever gets an answer unless it's all glowing and complimentary and "please send someone to convert me because I want to be brain dead like all the Jehovah's Witnesses I've ever met."
AAWA and Cedars and other groups that take a "let's sit down and have a friendly conversation" approach in their letters are ignored the same as those who send threatening and obscene diatribes. I think Cedars has sent the WT a printed copy of his annual survey every year since he began and never gotten a response. I know I sent off the first couple myself and never once got anything back except the delivery receipt.
So the bottom line is that calling or sending mail to the Watchtower is a fruitless and futile exercise. Emailing is impossible. As you will hear, they don't even care that most Kingdom Halls don't answer their phones or respond to answering machine messages even when those calls could possibly lead to new converts.
BTW - I have heard from Ms. Ant, but she has not provided me with any way to respond directly back to her. Ms. Ant tends to make all of her arguments long, rambling and unidirectional. I'd really love to have a conversation with her over a cup of coffee sometime so that she could see that not all supporters of AAWA have bulging eyes, horns, or claws - and that most of us are not into porn. I'll be passing her neighborhood sometime in April, so if she wants to have a friendly conversation I'll make myself available.