As time passes, the Watchtower becomes blander and more airbrushed. In presentation, it approaches an interchangability with 7th-Day Adventist propaganda.
The article on shunning is a credit to the Orwellian-minded pensmiths. The video on the changing covers of the Watchtower over the decades since 1879 is a puzzle of vacuous proportions: To a Scott-Joplin soundtrack, we see a serial parade of costumed individuals holding up the magazine as it has stylistically morphed over the years. In typical JW fashion, we see covers not content. A more telling video would be a parade of changing teachings since 1879 - but of course while JWs are many things, stupid they are not.
The site reverberates with a cheerful Disney-like PR take on the witness lifestyle that is as far removed from the reality of the local Kingdom Hall experience as a can of baked beans is from a field of sun-drenched beans. I should imagine the scene is set for increased airbrushing as time passes.
I did not look at all sections, but could find neither mention nor discussion on 1914. The PR eraser is possibly already at work on that doctrinal embarrassment.