Whatever happened to the scripture telling them to mind their own damn business? This means not digging in and hounding people to return to boasting sessions. This means not sending attorneys and lawyers to sue or drug people back into service. This means not worrying so much that you are missing boasting sessions--there is a correct number of boasting sessions to attend and a correct amount of field circus to do. That is, when the benefit from doing the next unit just starts being below the total cost, you stop. If that happens at zero, you do nothing at all. There is no reason to get negative benefit from going to the boasting sessions when not going is easiest.
Also, what ever happened to that the hounders can get disfellowshipped for being too intrusive? According to their own doctrines, they should leave the judgment to Jesus (who is supposed to be the judge). This means they should not be trying to pry into people's affairs. Nor should they be prying into people's financial lives. How do they know that you are not donating because you need to pay bills, including credit card debt used to pay donations last year? Yup, last year's debt-donations need to be paid off before you make new donations. Or, do they know for sure you are buying silver and gold--or a big fancy new TV? (Which is none of their business, since you alone are going to deal with what you buy or refrain from buying). To me, this sounds like they are usurping Jesus' authority (which, according to their own doctrine, is a major sin because Jesus is supposed to be the final judge).
Never mind whether Jesus exists or not (I don't believe that thing ever did). If their doctrines dictate that they leave it in Jesus' hands (and their doctrines, last I knew, dictated that Jesus was joke-hova's appointed judge), they are usurping this authority by hounding you like this. And this would warrant disfellowshipping the hounders--and possibly the whole religion.