When - if ever - has the Watchtower EVER condemned shunning craziness? Let me post some examples I personally encountered:
A daughter shuns her Witness father and won't talk to him. He has a massive coronary and dies suddenly. No 'goodbye Dad', for you .
An elder avoids being openly friendly with newcomers he doesn't know. "They might be disfellowshipped" , he says.
An older sister generously volunteers to plan a wedding for an engaged younger sister. In Diva-fashion, the girl finds fault with the arrangements and shuns her thereafter.
A TM School elder has a heck of a time trying to assign sisters for talks because there are so many that shun each other.
An elder's wife approaches the daughter of a family that is bitter against the organization. She says, "No point in talking to you because you aren't making any progress" and turns and walks away.
An otherwise kindly elder - has no idea where his 30-ish daughter is, what she is doing and no interest in meeting her family. Her crime? 'leaving the "truth"
Historical: Brothers in Nazi Concentration camps who shunned each other for all sorts of reasons. Also, the Gestapo has an easier time of it because Witness brothers - who shun or privately hate each other - betray each other in interrogation, as noted in records later exposed, after WW2. And you wondered why the Society occasionally spoke about sharing a cell with a brother you hate, in some articles and talks?
And now, the finale: by encouraging the baptism of minors, they are setting up for shunning children in their own homes.