I really liked what WasAnElderOnce and ambersun both shared on this topic. Yes, many Witnesses are socially apathetic and irresponsible. They feel they have no obligation to do their part to build better communities and nations. They don't have to have any empathy for the less fortunate. They don't have to do anything to improve others' lives that the door-to-door work doesn't allow. It is indeed sad.
I have purged the expression "system of things" from my vocabulary. I have also given the boot to the world "worldly". That is something straight from the lexicon of the Pharisees of Jesus' day, who referred to the common people as amha'arets, which could be translated as 'people of the dirt'. Witnesses have been brainwashed into thinking that their fellow humans aren't members of a worldwide family but rather are nothing more than the scum of the earth. Their attitude is no better than those of other bigots I have known and loathed.
After I was disfellowshipped, I lost my job, my home, and my savings. I'm still unemployed and have no home of my own, but I'm not destitute. It was my "worldly" friends who rescued me from the streets when the Witnesses, handcuffed by their practice of shunning, did nothing even when they knew my circumstances. My experience showed me that if I had to choose between associating with Witnesses or "worldlings", the latter would win hands down. Doubtless, the Witnesses reasoned that "this wicked system of things" was giving me only what I deserved since I had "turned my back on Jehovah". Just another reason for me to never return.
Jehovah's Witnesses refer to their special jargon as "the pure language". It's pure, all right...pure garbage! I'm happy that I no longer speak it.