I'm assuming that GOrwell made his post with his tongue firmly in cheek. If not, then let me suggest that he do an examination of the writings of "Franz and Co" so that he can see the gross inconsistencies for himself. It won't matter what topic is investigated, the inquirer will discover that the only thing consistent with WTS doctrine is its inconsistency.
It wasn't just the writings of Russell and Rutherford that Franz and CO had theological differences with. Even a cursory examination of their own writings will reveal contradictions within. Of course, this is where the "new light" doctrine is especially insidious. It has been used to explain away all kinds of wrong-headed thinking and foolish doctrines that were promoted in the past. It stands ready to do so whenever the Governing Body finds it necessary.
I don't know about Governing Body 1.0, but I am firmly convinced now that Governing Body 2.0 is well aware of the deception it is practicing on the rank-and-file. They are no more concerned with the spiritual well-being of the membership than the Man in the Moon is. But I don't think the majority of Jehovah's Witnesses really care anymore. They think that they are in a "spiritual paradise", an "ark of salvation", and as long as they stay inside, God will surely protect them. Since they are only loyal followers, they won't be held responsible for any harm the Governing Body's false teachings do to themselves or others, and that is a real shame.