Some of us are professional activists. It is not two years but decades in various places. I don't want the WT destroyed. It would not be American or consistent with the interests of ex-Witnesses. It can be constrained by a public education campaign. Good luck in bringing it down to its knees. I hope you prove me wrong.
First, the law is against you. Second, you have not studied Gandhi or anyone who brought down an institution. I would suggest reading books about the American civil righs movement. Labor history is another area. No one just shouted, "hey, let us organize." There was education and sophistication. As a high school and college activist, I screamed out slogans. We received press coverage. The Viet Nam War did not end. Finally, we attended law school or received MBA degrees. Our professors taught us about the struggles of previous generations so we could learn from their wins and losses. We learned about power. Next, we acquired power within our professions and communities. We ran for public office and won.
If I want to change something, I research it for months. Knowing who chairs committees, how money is raised, etc. is crucial. Winning power is nice.
Simon has done more than anyone you cited to help former Witnesses and those still in. This forum is tangible. Let us see your results. Posting here is activism.