Unlike the precious GB gods you serve, agapa37, the God of the Bible has no fear of apostate thinking.
Unlike publications coming from the precious GB gods you serve, the Bible does not just make ambiguous reference to "lies, half-truths, and erroneous thinking." The Bible states specifically what the offenses were and permits readers (in the First Century congregations) to determine for themselves whether the offense merits avoidance.
Unlike the elder bodies who ultimately serve as proxy executioners and low-level management for the corporate concerns of your GB gods, the Bible clearly states publicly wrongdoer's offenses without any regard for protecting the wrongdoers privacy. One example is found in 1 Corinthians, many in Acts, and this one in 2 Timothy is also an example of "failing to maintain confidentiality" in modern day JW terms.
Frankly, agapa37, unless you can answer these I really won't ever believe you are a thinking JW:
If you have knowledge of Scripture sufficient, please tackle one or all of these:
(1) Active JWs—Do JWs actually carry a "life saving" message?
If the population growth outstrips the number converted, is your preaching work saving net lives or costing net lives according to your current dogma?
(2) Sophistry Lessons—JW Baptismal Prerequisites
What are the BIBLE'S prerequisites for Christian baptism?
(3) If Jesus could share Scriptures with Satan, a known and incorrigible apostate, in response to challenges—why can't Jehovah's Witnesses share Scriptures with me in response to my challenges? (Matthew 4)
(4) Where is the Scriptural support for calling the Faithful and Discreet Slave a (a) class of people serving as (b) God's sole channel of communication responsible for distributing (c) "new light" to the other sheep who (d) could not gain accurate spiritual understanding without such help?
(5) Where is the Scriptural support for elders convening secret trials (see the nighttime trial of Jesus) that cannot be witnessed or recorded and whose judgments are rendered on behalf of and in place of the congregants using their own judgment?
(6) Where is the Scriptural support for disfellowshipping anyone as consequence of choosing to talk with/associate with someone elders deemed unfit?
I know that you can't answer a single one Scripturally. You know it too. It must really chafe that your organization is not the organization being used by Jehovah. I mean, your organization's own criteria rules it out of consideration.
Reasoning From the Scriptures(1989) p. 283-284 Organization
How can Jehovah’s visible organization in our day be identified?...
(3) It adheres closely to God’s inspired Word, basing all its teachings and standards of conduct on the Bible.—2 Tim. 3:16, 17.
I invite you to demonstrate that your organization bases all its teachings and standards of conduct on the Bible. I anticipate you will remain silent on the matter. If you respond you will only be able to admit (by direct admission or through incapacity to produce Scriptural defense) that you cannot support your organization's doctrines Scripturally.