Prime - "If a person doesn't fit the description outlined in this talk, the talk isn't referring to you."
An "apostate" (in the religious context of the term) is defined as one who has abandoned his or her religious faith (look it up).
Not a monster. Not a supervillain. Not even "bad". Just someone who's left a religion.
The DC presentation, however, explicitly portrays "apostates" as "like Satan", "unruly", using "wicked reasonings" and "poisonous lies", divisive, "liars and decievers", manipulative, and, of course, the ever-so-popular "mentally diseased"...
There is no distinction whatsoever made between any former Jehovah's Witnesses (i.e. "apostates"), whether they were DF'd and didn't come back, DA'd, or faded; are angry, sad, or happy that they're gone; whether they feel stumbled by circumstances they've experienced while still in "God's visible Earthly organization", or even whether genuine mental or emotional health problems made their continued association impossible.
As far as the WTS is concerned, all XJWs, ALL - no exceptions - are now to be labelled with this rhetoric and treated accordingly.
Prove to me I'm wrong.