It calls to mind the words of the Joker. "Does it depress you, to know just how alone you really are?" Isolated in this belief, sadly Jehovah's Witnesses have an exaggerated perception of their relevance.
I suppose beneath the surface I always knew that what we did, our approach, seemed so...irrelevant. A cheap sales pitch, a ploy. Something done to keep the parents or elders off one's back. Now, not every Witness necessarily feels that way. But even if they don't, it's still tragic that they believe the end can come with billions of people never having heard their message even once. The thought that God could destroy that many based on something they never even heard of flies in the face of everything the idealist believes about God--justice, love, mercy, good old common sense.
Well, glad that illusion's over.