It seems to me that you think that there are only two possible ways to interact with the active elders on this site: either coddle them, or condemn them. It appears to me (from your previous posts) that our way of being diplomatic with active elders on this site is considered coddling. This is a very bizarre way of viewing these discussions; in my opinion.
If an active elder; who is a newer poster comes to this site for investigation, and discussion; why must they be condemned for the organization's wrongs so quickly? Condemning them assumes that they are privy to all of the same information that you and I have. Most often, this is not the case. Congregation elders are only informed to the degree that the branch choses to inform them. Very oftne, elders are not privy to information that long-time ex-JWs have gathered. If posters on this site verbally "open fire" upon active elders who are here for investigative purposes; it will probably only confirm the organization's portrayal of "those wicked apostates". I, as a doubting JW would have never remained on this site if posters had begun attacking my character. I simply was not at a point where I was convinced of my own feelings and suspicions. It was the diplomatic nature of posters who answered my many doubts and questions that kept me coming back. Furthermore, why would we want to provide further ammunition to the WTC's portrayal of ex-JWs and angry and bitter malcontents?
You have very articulately written about the many children who have died due to the blood policy. And, you have noted the ignorance among the rank & file members about such policy. No argument from me on this. However, did it occur to you that that some active elders are coming to this site because of growing doubts due to these policies? How can we expect these elders to be able to inform themselves and gather research material on sites such as this if we start lobbing verbal grenades at them? How can we expect them to ever reach a point of courage and determination to expose the organization's wrongs if we chase them away from this site so quickly?
Some elders may wish to begin informing JWs of the organization's wrong-doing; but come here to get some advice as to how to accomplish this is the most effective manner. Some come here for advice as to how to handle such fallout, and how to possibly handle the many legal problems (possible divorce, custody, etc,) that are sure to follow.
If a member of the Governing Body were posting on this site; I could understand a manner of condemning them for their deeds. But, you must understand that congregation elders are just as indoctrinated as rank & file dubs. Awaking from cognitive dissonance and denial to this level takes a huge degree of time and energy. It also requires a person being able to have a network or forum where they can candidly discuss their concerns without having to defend themselves against viceral verbal attacks.
You can certainly gain the satisfaction of "blasting" these elders if you wish. However, I seriously question the wisdom and rationality of someone who appears to be more interested in being right, than they are in being effective. If we chase new posters (who are elders) away from this forum; maybe they will go to another fourm. If this happens; good luck in them trying to have any kind of dignifed dialogues on some of those other sites! (many of which tolerate profanity, vulgarity, and other childish nonsense)
Let's not let our emotions get the best of us. Let's be rational, reasonable, and diplomatic to those who are searching for answers. If we do this; we will assure ourselves many future discussions with such ones; with probable fruitfull outcomes. If we try to come out with "guns blazing" and throwing accusations at such ones; we will soon find ourselves talking to no one but ourself. How effective will we be then?